A Waferboard pertained to a manufactured wood panel made out of 1"- 2" wood chips and glue.

Waferboard Is often used as a substitute for plywood in the exterior wall and roof sheathing. Moreover, it is a building panel made by bonding together large, flat flakes of wood. Waferboard sheathing refers to the exterior wall or roof covering panels of waferboard

-see also:
"Waferboard" is in the NAICS Code "32121"
Veneer, Plywood, and Engineered Wood Product Manufacturing
Waferboard manufacturing

Ref: 122736/2006-10-01

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Wafer (Wafer is described as a round disc of semiconductor. ..)
Boar (Boar pertains to an intact adult male pig.)
Plywood (Plywood 3-5 thin slices of wood glue together ...)
Bonding (Bonding is described as the process of connecting ...)

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