TemStock-Free from Temple-Inland offers designers, specifiers and manufacturers a no added formaldehyde (NAF) particleboard choice with emission levels more than 3 times lower than CARB Phase 2 standards. In addition, TemStock-Free meets the Eco-Certified Composite (ECC) Standard, the most stringent environmental certification program available for composite panel products. That means TemStock-Free delivers a strong combination of green-building benefits that can earn points in both LEED, NAHB National Green Building Program and Green Globes rating systems. Discover TemStock-Free.
|Thickness (in.)||3/8 - 1-1/8|
|Panel Sizes (in.)
countertops and shelving available
|4' x 24'|
|Averages1||3/8" to 1/2"||> 1/2" to < 1"||≥ 1|
|MOR-Modulus of Rupture (psi)||1885||1885||1885|
|MOE-Modulus of Elasticity (kpsi)||290.1||290.1||290.1|
|IB-Internal Bond (psi)||90||80||75|
|Face Screw Holding Capacity (lbs)||202||202||202|
|Edge Screw Holding Capacity (lbs)||NA||1802||180|
|1. One-panel minimum average (ASTM D1037 / ANSI A208.1-2009) 2. Not applicable for thinner than 5/8"|
|Length & Width Tolerance||± 1/16"|
|Squareness Tolerance||≤ 1/8"|
|Straightness Tolerance||± 1/64" / 2ft.|
(Within Panel Average)
(Panel to Panel Average)
|Recycled Content||MR credit 4||Awards 1 or 2 points for using products with recycled content that constitute at least 10% or 20%, based on cost, of the total value of project materials.|
|Locally Produced Materials||MR credit 5||Awards 1 or 2 points for using materials on a project that are extracted and manufactured within 500 miles that constitute at least 10% or 20%, based on cost, of the total value of project materials.|
|Environmental Quality||EQ credit 4.4||Composite wood panels on the project shall contain no urea-formaldehyde.|
|Low-VOC Emitting Materials||G2.9||Specifies architects to select low-VOC emitting materials.|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content||604.1(2)||Use recycled content products in major areas such as walls, floor, insulation and roofing.|
|FSC® Certification||606.2(3)||Wood or wood-based products available that are certified by Forest Stewardship Council™.|
|Other Certification||606.2(6)||Wood-based components certified in accordance to CPA ECC 4-11.|
|Low Formaldehyde/VOC Emissions||901.4(a)||In compliance with ANSI A208.1.|
|Low Formaldehyde/VOC Emissions||901.4(c)||Diboll in compliance with CPA ECC 4-11.|
|Low Formaldehyde/VOC Emissions||901.4(d)||Composite wood contains no urea-formaldehyde.|
|California Air Resource Board||C.A.R.B.||Approved NAF exemption, exceeding requirements of CARB, Phase 2.|
TemStock particleboard products produced in Temple-Inland’s Monroeville, Alabama, Hope, Arkansas, Thomson, Georgia, and Diboll, Texas, facilities have been awarded the Composite Panel Association (CPA) Eco-Certified Composite (ECC) grademark, signifying compliance with the highest industry measure of environmental responsibility.
Read more about ECC certification criteria which includes standards for formaldehyde emissions, carbon storage, localized use of renewable resources, recycled and/or recovered fiber, sustainability and responsible wood sourcing.
Particleboard produced at Temple-Inland's Monroeville, Alabama, Hope, Arkansas, Thomson, Georgia, and Diboll, Texas, facilities that is certified to conform to the requirements of Forest Stewardship Council™ standards for Chain of Custody, Controlled Wood and Reclaimed Material manufacturing is available by special order.
Large chamber air sample testing of Temple-Inland TemStock-Free has been conducted per ASTM E1333-96 (2002) to verify its conformance to formaldehyde emission standards is superior to the ANSI 208.1-2009 upper limit of 0.09-ppm in Section 3.4. In fact, TemStock-Free's emission levels are a fraction of those allowed in ANSI 208.1-2009 Table B and HUD CFR Part 3280 Formaldehyde Emission Requirements.