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WKI CHILE | WORKSHOP 2018

21st March 2018

“New Trends in Emissions for Wood-based Panels Industry“

Under the umbrella of the WKI | AKADEMIE® , the WKI CHILE | WORKSHOP took place on 21st March 2018 in Concepción, Chile for the very first time. With the topic “New Trends in Emissions for Wood-based Panels Industry”, the one-day event addressed in particular the South American wood-based materials and adhesives industry, from which around 50 participants accepted the invitation.

The Workshop was organized and executed by the Fraunhofer WKI in cooperation with Fraunhofer Chile. Additional support for the Workshop was provided by the German-Chilean Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CAMCHAL) as well as the “Corporación Chilena de la Madera” (CORMA) and OXIQUIM S.A..

The full program of the event was comprised of the following:

  • European certification systems: EN 13986, DIBt directive “E1”
  • Overview: Formaldehyde testing methods worldwide
  • Formaldehyde testing: comparison of chamber methods
  • European testing methods for in-house factory production control (FPC)
  • Requirements for certification and testing: CARB, TSCA Title VI, JIS
  • 11th European Wood-based Panel Symposium 2018

 

© Fraunhofer WKI | Harald Schwab
First WKI Workshop in Concepción, Chile
© Fraunhofer WKI | Harald Schwab
Organization and execution: Fraunhofer WKI in cooperation with Fraunhofer Chile
© Fraunhofer WKI | Harald Schwab
The around 50 participants of the Workshop

Venue

Concepción, Chile

Date

21st March 2018

Organization

Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WK
Fraunhofer Chile
Veranstaltungsort Concepción, Chile
Datum 21. März 2018
Organisation

Fraunhofer-Institut für Holzforschung, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI

Fraunhofer Chile

 
Veranstaltungsort Concepción, Chile
Datum 21. März 2018
Organisation

Fraunhofer-Institut für Holzforschung, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI

Fraunhofer Chile

 
Veranstaltungsort Concepción, Chile
Datum 21. März 2018
Organisation

Fraunhofer-Institut für Holzforschung, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI

Fraunhofer Chile