OSB (Oriented Strand Board), also known as sterling board, is formed by layered flakes of wood in specific orientation. Its wooden strips are compressed and bonded together with wax and resin adhesive, making it versatile, strong and cost effective. OSB boards can be used for structural and non-structural uses in dry conditions. Large quantities of OSB are also used in site hoardings and pallet tops as well as industrial packaging and sarking.
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