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AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureSheets 1 and 2 of the Process Control Requirements show the parameters expected to be specified andcontrolled in purchased raw materials for Fibreboard production.3. Processes to be Controlled FibreboardThe following are considered to be the major processes in Fibreboard production:LOG YARD / WOOD YARD (includes chip production & blending)HEAT GENERATIONREFININGADHESIVE FORMULATIONRESIN & WAXDRYINGFORMINGPRESSING OR DRYINGSTACKING & STORAGESANDINGSAWINGPACKING AND MARKINGDECORATION OF PANEL (IF APPLICABLE)See sheets 3 to 10 of the Process Control Requirements for the minimum control expected in each of theabove processes. Each of the above processes should exhibit a process control description and strategy,and log sheets or charts should be available to verify this. A documented mechanism should be in placeto deal with out-of-specification product from each of the above processes. In some plants there may beadditional processes which if present should be included. These would be processes such as chipwashing and chemical addition (e.g. urea and other formaldehyde reducers).4. Equipment and Facility MaintenanceFor each item of manufacturing and inspection equipment listed in the following table, a maintenanceschedule is required which provides details of the items to be checked, the frequency and the method ofchecking and adjustment in order to ensure that products can be satisfactorily produced to JIS on acontinuous basis.EquipmentManufacturing Equipment- raw material blending scales- classification and grit removal- pre-steaming and plug screw- defibrator- resin and wax addition system-fibre dryer and weigh scales- mat former and weigh scales- pre-press- main press- other additives such as flame retardants (*1)- manufacturing line for Decorative Panel (*2)- sanders- cut to size saw-packing and marking lineControl Method(1) The manufacturing facilities shall be capable ofperforming at levels necessary to ensure the qualityspecified in the relevant JIS.(2) The inspection facilities shall be capable toinspecting the quality stipulated in the relevant JIS.(3) Standards relating to check-and-repair, checkand-calibrationfor maintaining necessaryperformance and accuracy of the manufacturing andinspection facilities, shall be defined whereby thequality characteristics stipulated in the relevant JISare ensured.Inspection equipment- Dimension and squareness measuring devices- Density measuring devices- Moisture content measuring devices- Universal Force Testing apparatus- Hot water apparatus for wet bending strength- Test apparatus for swelling in thickness afterDoc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 2 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark Procedure(1) Location: Inspection, testing, place of inspection or warehouse for final products,(2) Time of sampling: After the completion of product inspection.(3) Method of sampling: Random sampling(4) Sample size: To take required number of test specimen from representative products such as largestproduction and/or manufactured by most stringent quality requirements.7.2 Test item/ test methodsTest items and test methods shall be in accordance to the relevant JIS product standard8 Marking of ProductEach pack of MDF shall have a unique pack number for purposes of identification. An instruction todescribe the labelling system should be available. All packs will be labelled with the followinginformation as a minimum:Product TypeProduct SizeProduct ThicknessBoards per PackDate of ManufacturePack No.Safety and Handling InstructionsManufacturers Name and AddressPreferably, on products > 10 mm thickness, the edge of each board should be ink jet marked with productidentification information. JIS marks appropriate to the product may be applied as described in the JISMark Rules manual.9 Traceability of lotsThe applicant must document and maintain a system of traceability of JIS Mark production lots.10. Classification of certificationClassification of certification must be in accordance with the registered accreditation body’s rules.Doc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 4 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureATCA JIS MARK CERTIFICATION – PROCESS CONTROL REQUIREMENTSPRODUCT TYPE:PROCESS AREA:MDFPURCHASED RAW MATERIALSSHEET NO: 1PROCESS /MATERIALOPERATIONWOOD WASTE- Sawdust- and residuesCHIPLOGSPARAMETERSCONTROLLEDTYPE/SPECIESPARTICLE SIZEMOISTURE CONTENTPARTICLE SIZEBARK CONTENTMOISTURE CONTENTDIMENSIONSTESTS PERFORMEDREVIEW DELIVERYDOCUMENTATIONSIZE DISTRIBUTIONDRYING TESTSIZE DISTRIBUTIONSORTINGDRYING TESTLENGTH,DIAMETER BENDS ETCMINIMUMFREQUENCYPer deliveryWeeklyWeeklyWeeklyWeeklyWeeklyPercentage basisEXAMPLETOLERANCES& COMMENTS(if applicable)IT IS OFTEN DIFFICULTTO SPECIFY WOODWASTE REQ’MTS ASLIMITATION MAY BEWHAT IS AVAILABLEALTERNATIVELY,REQUIREMENTS MAY BE STATEDIN A PURCHASINGSPECIFICATION ONLY,SUPPORTED BYREGULAR VISUALCHECKS WITHOUT ON -SITE TESTING.Doc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 5 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureATCA JIS MARK CERTIFICATION – PROCESS CONTROL REQUIREMENTSPRODUCT TYPE:PROCESS AREA:MDFPURCHASED RAW MATERIALSSHEET NO: 2PROCESS/MATERIAL OPERATIONRESINPARAMETERSCONTROLLEDTYPESOLIDS CONTENTTESTSPERFORMEDReview CofAReview CofAMINIMUMFREQUENCYEach batchEach batchEXAMPLE TOLERANCES &COMMENTS (if applicable)ENSURE CORRECTTYPE/GRADE. 2 %VISCOSITYSPECIFIC GRAVITYReview CofAReview CofAEach batchEach batchSPECS DEPEND ON WOODSPECIES AND DRYING ANDPRESSING TECHNIQUESpHReview CofAEach batch 0.5PARAFFIN WAXTYPEOIL CONTENTReview CofAReview CofAEach batchEach batchENSURE CORRECTTYPE/GRADE< 2 %MELTING POINTReview Cof AEach batch58 – 60 CDEPENDS ON APPLICATIONMETHOD e.g. HOT LIQUID,EMULSION, AND END-USEAPPLICATION OF BOARD,HIGH OIL CONTENTS CANAFFECT PAINTABILITYDoc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 6 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureDecorative material(Synthetic resin paint,sheets and films ofsynthetic resin type,paper impregnated withsynthetic resin type,cloth, paper,adhesives) (*3)FLAME RETARDANTAGENT(*4)RESIN CONTENTPAPER GSMCOLOURINGREDIENTSTYPEINGREDIENTReview CofAReview CofAReview CofAReview CofAReview CofAReview CofAEach DeliveryEach DeliveryEach DeliveryEach DeliveryEach DeliveryEach DeliveryEnsure correct resin contentEnsure correct paper GSMEnsure correct colour against stdsEnsure correct ingredientEnsure correct typeEnsure correct ingredientBASE MDF(*5)QUALITY ITEMS ASSPECIFIED IN JIS5905Review CofATest to JIS Std ifrequired.Note (*3): Applicable to decorative MDF(*4): Applicable to MDF with incombustibility(*5): Applicable to decorated MDF if the base MDF is purchasedEach DeliveryReview certificate of analysis andconfirm product meetsspecifications of JIS and confirmJIS mark.Doc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 7 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureATCA JIS MARK CERTIFICATION – PROCESS CONTROL REQUIREMENTSPRODUCT TYPE:PROCESS AREA:FIBREBOARDHEAT ENERGY PLANTSHEET NO: 3PROCESS/MATERIAL OPERATIONPARAMETERSCONTROLLEDTESTSPERFORMEDMINIMUMFREQUENCYEXAMPLE TOLERANCES &COMMENTS (if applicable)STEAMGENERATORPRESSUREContinuousmonitoringDEPENDS ON PRE-HEATERSETTINGFLOW RATE“DEPENDS ON PLANT NEEDSHOT GASTEMPERATURE“CONSISTENT FOR STEADYDRYINGPARTICULATESCONTENT2 yearly usual forenvironmentalregulationsKEEP LOW FOR FIBRECLEANLINESS IF DIRECTDRYINGHOT OILTEMPERATUREContinuousmonitoring260 – 280 C normal rangeFLOW RATE“DEPENDS ON PRESSTHROUGHPUTDoc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 8 of 19


3. Ermittlung des StandardisierungsbedarfsIn diesem Abschnitt werden erstens die einzelnen Themenbereiche desWorkshops vorgestellt, zweitens die Kernsätze aus den eingereichten Thesenpapierenin verkürzter Form wiedergegeben und drittens der Diskussionsverlaufdes Frankfurter Workshops ausführlich beschrieben. 83.1. Persistent IdentifierEinführung:Der Themenblock der persistenten Identifikatoren bzw. Persistent Identifier(PI) bildete den Auftakt. 9 Auf dem Workshop setzte man sich mit der Frageauseinander, welche Konsequenzen sich aus dem zunehmenden Bedarf fürinternationale bzw. generell übergreifende Resolving-Infrastrukturenergeben. Da mit den URLs die Ressource der Netzpublikationen identifiziertwird, nicht aber die Netzpublikation selbst, und der langfristige Bestand einerURL im Allgemeinen nicht sichergestellt werden kann, stellt sich dieHerausforderung, die Netzpublikation selbst (eindeutig und dauerhaft) zuidentifizieren. PI bezeichnet eine Methode zur eindeutigen und persistentenAdressierung der im Internet auffindbaren Objekten oder Quellen und istdamit ein wichtiger Baustein für die langfristige Verfügbarkeit digitalerRessourcen. In Deutschland werden derzeit verschiedene Arten von PIsparallel genutzt. Während der kommerzielle Bereich vor allem den „DigitalObject Identifier“ (DOI), eine Anwendung des Handle-Systems, benutzt,verwendet der überwiegende Teil des deutschen universitären bzw.öffentlichen Sektors den URN-Service der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek. DieDOI-Foundation unternimmt mittlerweile Anstrengungen, die DOI als ISO-Standard zu etablieren.Kernsätze der Vorträge:Markus Enders (SUB-Göttingen) führte in die organisatorischenRahmenbedingungen der PI ein. Er plädierte dafür, einen Resolver zu8 Die einzelnen Thesenpapiere mit den jeweiligen ausführlichen technischen Beschreibungenund den vorgeschlagenen Standardisierungsaktivitäten in den genannten Bereichen befindensich im Anhang.9 Zur Definition siehe: http://www.persistent-identifier.de/.10


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureDRYERINLET TEMP.TEMPMonitorOUTLET MOISTURE SETPOINTNote (*6): Applicable to MDF with incombustibilityMOISTURECONTENTOperatorvariableMOISTURE CONTENT CONTROLSHOULD BE


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureATCA JIS MARK CERTIFICATION – PROCESS CONTROL REQUIREMENTSPRODUCT TYPE:PROCESS AREA:FIBREBOARDSTACKING & STORAGE OF RAW BOARDSHEET NO: 7PROCESS/MATERIALOPERATIONPARAMETERSCONTROLLEDTESTSPERFORMEDMINIMUMFREQUENCYEXAMPLE TOLERANCES & COMMENTS(if applicable)STACKINGSHEETS PERSTACKAUTOCOUNTINGEvery stackDEPENDS ON SANDING / SAWING LINE,FORKLIFT CAPABILITY ETC.BEARERPOSITIONSVISUAL CHECKEvery stackIMPORTANT TO HAVE CONSISTENTLYPLACED BEARERS TO PREVENTBOWING AND WARPINGSTORAGECURING TIMEMONITOR/CHECK TIMEEvery stackIMPORTANT FOR OPTIMUM HARDNESS& SANDING RESULTS. DEPENDS ONMOISTURE CONTENT EXPRESS,THICKNESS ETC.Doc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 13 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureATCA JIS MARK CERTIFICATION – PROCESS CONTROL REQUIREMENTSPRODUCT TYPE: FIRBREBOARDPROCESS AREA: SANDING AND GRADING SHEET NO: 8PROCESS/MATERIAL OPERATIONPARAMETERSCONTROLLEDTESTS PERFORMEDMINIMUMFREQUENCYEXAMPLE TOLERANCES& COMMENTS (ifapplicable)SANDINGGRIT FINISHTHICKNESSRUB TESTMICROMETERCHECKON LINEMONITORINGHourlyHourlyContinuous.NORMALLY BETTER THAN120 GRIT FOR RAWFIBREBOARD BOARDVARIATION 0.2 FROMNOMINALSANDING DEFECTSe.g. HESITATION,TRAMLINES, RIPPLEVISUAL, RUB TESTHourlyDEPENDS ONAPPLICATION ANDSTANDARDSGRADINGSPOTSINDENTATIONSOPEN SURFACEVISUALVISUALVISUALEvery boardEvery boardEvery boardFREQUENCY &TOLERANCES DEPEND ONAPPLICATION & INTERNALSTANDARDS e.g. EXPORT,VENEER GRADE ETC.Doc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 14 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureATCA JIS MARK CERTIFICATION – PROCESS CONTROL REQUIREMENTSPRODUCT TYPE: FIBREBOARDPROCESS AREA: SAWING DECORATING & PACKING SHEET NO: 9PROCESS/MATERIAL OPERATIONPARAMETERSCONTROLLEDTESTSPERFORMEDMINIMUMFREQUENCYEXAMPLE TOLERANCES &COMMENTS (if applicable)SAWINGDIMENSIONSWIDTH, LENGTHSQUARENESSHourly 2mm, 3 mm DIFF ON DIAGONALSCHIP OUT, EDGESCALLOPING, SAWBURNVISUALSURVEILLANCEContinuousCORRECT IF APPARENTDECORATING(*7)PROCESSPRESSING TIMEPRESS TEMPERATUREAND PRESSURETIMEMONITORAt start andhourly.Hourly.APPEARANCEVISUALINSPECTIONEach BoardEnsure appearance meets std.DRYING TIMECHECK TIMEEach ProductionlotDoc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 15 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureTYPE AND QUANTITYOF MATERIALCHECK TYPEDATA. CHECKTANKSEach ProductionlotPACKINGBOARDS / PACKCHECK COUNTEvery set-upCUSTOMER REQUIREMENTCOVERBOARDSRIGHT THICKNESS & SIZEPROTECTIVEPACKAGINGe.g. PLASTIC, SIDE-BOARDSLABELLINGNote (*7): Applicable to decorative MDFVISUALSUREVEILLANCEDEPENDS ON APPLICATIONCORRECT JIS LABELINFORMATION: PRODUCT TYPE,SIZE, THICKNESS, SHEETS/PACKAND PACK NO: FORIDENTIFICATION ANDTRACEABILITYDoc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 16 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureATCA JIS MARK CERTIFICATION – PROCESS CONTROL REQUIREMENTSPRODUCT TYPE:PROCESS AREA:FIBREBOARDBOARD PROPERTIESSHEET NO: 10PROCESS/MATERIALOPERATIONPHYSICALPROPERTIESPARAMETERSCONTROLLEDDimensions andSquarenessIBTESTSPERFORMEDLength, width andsquarenessMINIMUMFREQUENCY(per 24 hrs)Hourly4EXAMPLE TOLERANCES &COMMENTS (if applicable)SEE APPLICABLE STANDARDSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDMOISTURE CONTENT4SEE APPLICABLE STANDARDTHICKNESS SWELL2SEE APPLICABLE STANDARDDENSITY4SEE APPLICABLE STANDARDDENSITY VARIATIONS2 / Week±5% FOR MEDIUM –THICK BOARDDEPENDS ON THICKNESS < 2 % ONTHICK BOARD


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureFORMALDEHYDECONTENTMOISTURE RESISTANCE(M TYPE BOARD ONLY)SCREWHOLDINGPOWERINCOMBUSTABILITY(*8)2 / Week orChange of GlueSpec.21/productionrunIf required initialand at processChange.SEE APPLICABLE STANDARDMAY BE PERFORMED EXTERNALLYSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDIN PLANE TENSILETEST(*9)1/ productionrunSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDSHOCK RESISTANCE(*9)1/ productionrunSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDACID RESISTANCE(*9)(*10)ALKALINE RESISTANCE(*9)(*10)STAIN RESISTANCE(*9)(*10)1/ productionrun1/ productionrun1/ productionrunSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDDoc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 18 of 19


AWPA TEST CENTRE ASSOCIATION INC JIS Mark ProcedureDISCOLOURATIONRESISTANCE(*9)(*10)SCRATCH RESISTANCE(*9)(*10)Oncommencementor processchange.Oncommencementor processchangeSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDSEE APPLICABLE STANDARDNote(*8): Applicable to MDF with incombustibility(*9): Applicable to decorative MDF(*10) Not Applicable to decorative MDF with veneer overlay or after-coated paper.Doc No 101 Rev. No. 2 Issued 01/12 Page 19 of 19

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