Definition of wood fibre in English:

wood fibre

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noun

[mass noun]
Fibre obtained from wood and used especially in the manufacture of paper.
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  • Despite projected shortages, wood fiber continues to be the No. 1 raw ingredient for paper production.
  • The process also removes lignin, a component of wood fiber that can eventually turn paper yellow.
  • Polyfoam underlay is the thinnest available and can be secured in place with masking tape, while wood fibre is the thickest on the market and gives good heat and sound insulation.

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