Comparison of two dye uptake measurement methods for dyed wood veneer assessment

Nguyen, N, Ozarska, B, Fergusson, S and Vinden, P 2018, 'Comparison of two dye uptake measurement methods for dyed wood veneer assessment', European Journal of Wood and Wood Products, vol. 76, pp. 1757-1759.


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Title Comparison of two dye uptake measurement methods for dyed wood veneer assessment
Author(s) Nguyen, N
Ozarska, B
Fergusson, S
Vinden, P
Year 2018
Journal name European Journal of Wood and Wood Products
Volume number 76
Start page 1757
End page 1759
Total pages 3
Publisher Springer-Verlag GmbH
Abstract Dyeing of veneer is an important value-adding process, particularly for young plantation hardwood species, which often have uneven colour and "dull appearance". An important indicator in the assessment of the performance of veneer dyeing process is the dye uptake. This study compared two different methods of measuring dye uptake of dyed veneers; by using either liquid uptake based method or spectrophotometry method. The study revealed that there was a significant difference in the percentage of dye uptake determined by the two methods, but the overall results in the correlation between the percentage of dye uptake and the dyeing parameters had a similar trend.
Subject Timber, Pulp and Paper
Computer Hardware not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Veneer
Hardwood
Colour
Dyeing
DOI - identifier 10.1007/s00107-018-1344-6
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ISSN 1436-736X
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