|Minimum Order Quantity||1600 sq ft|
|Size (Sq ft)||8x4|
|Usage/Application||Home and Office Interiors|
|Is It ISI Marked||ISI Marked|
|Is It Water Resistant||Yes|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Plywood is manufactured with “plies” or thin layers of Wood that are combined together using glue with adjacent layers having their wood grain that is rotated up to 90 degrees to one another.We all know that plywood is a forest product obtained from various trees. Plywood is formed by joining thin wood layers to each other by phenolic resin. At least 3 thin wood panels should be glued together to develop the plywood. As the number of layers grows, the area in which the plywood product is used differs. There are different plywood materials in each area. There are several benefits of using Plywood. All plywood join resin and wood fiber sheets (cellulose cells are long, sturdy, and thin) to provide a composite material.Advantages: It decreases the tendency of wood to separate when nailed at the corners; it decreases expansion and shrinking nature, improved dimensional steadiness; and it makes the strength of the panel constant across all directions.Several kinds of wood used to manufacture the Plywood used for various applications:
Softwood PlywoodHardwood Plywood Other PlywoodSoftwood plywood is usually developed from trees like cedar, spruce, pine, and fir (abbreviated as SPF) and is majorly employed for construction and industrial purposes for instance interior moldings, windows manufacturing, construction framing, and generating sheet goods.Softwood plywood panels have a core that is formed of softwood then faced and backed with a veneer of softwood and thus seen in structural applications.Hardwood plywood is developed by wood obtained from dicot trees (for examples Oak, Beech, and Mahogany, etc.). Hardwood plywood is known for its excellent strength, rigidity, and resistance to creep. It is having high planar shear potency, wear-resistance, and can withstand impacts; this makes it particularly appropriate for heavy-duty flooring and wall structure.Hardwood Plywood is much more stable than solid wood and is seen in several grades and species.APPLICATIONSPlywood is used in numerous applications that need high-quality, proper strength sheet material. Quality in this scenario means the ability to withstand breaking, cracking, and shrinkage, twisting and warping.
Floors, roofs, walls in constructionsWind bracing panelsVehicle internal bodyworkPackages and boxesFencingConcrete shuttering panelsReady-to-paint surfaces for constructionsPanels in concrete formwork systemsFloors, roofs, walls in vehicles that are used for transportationFloors that are exposed to heavy wear and tear in various constructions and factoriesScaffolding materials.Note: The price of the product varies depending on design, finish and its thickness. We have only mentioned the starting prices of each product.
Available in thickness: 19 mm, 16 mm, 12 mm, 9 mm, 6 mm