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Cement-bonded wood fiber is a composite material manufactured throughout the world. It is made from wood (usually waste wood), chipped into a specially graded aggregate that is then mineralized and combined with portland cement. It may be used as a substitute for asbestos in some applications.


Cement-bonded wood fiber is used to manufacture a wide variety of products primarily for the construction industry (products like insulated concrete forms). It is known for its use in LEED-certified projects and other types of green building. The material itself is 100% recyclable, and is known for its insulating and acoustic properties. Cement-bonded wood fiber is more commonly known as Durisol (a brand name).

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