Read the questions below to find out more about on-site inspection and testing with EGGER OSB.
The check of conformity with the purchase documents must be done at the distributor’s warehouse, while on the job-site, the panels must be inspected prior to installation, to make sure the board type and dimensions comply with the intended application.
This means to confront the marking from the product / label with the documents of origin and with the product data sheet.
Visual inspection is merely meant to identify and conclude rapidly upon the total quantity of mist-delivered and/or damaged product (having crashed edges/corners from transport or unloading), rather than to evaluate the product quality.
This can only be done in laboratory conditions, following the testing procedures given in standards.
None. No relevant property of the product (swelling, density, bending strength, stiffness, fire behavior, μ value, λ etc) can be checked on-site; they all require controlled testing conditions that can be provided only in the lab.
No, for the same reasons as described above