Plywood

A cross-banded assembly made of layers of veneer or veneer in combination with a lumber core, particleboard core or other type of composition material and or plies joined with an adhesive.

Three types of plywood are commonly recognized namely, veneer core, lumber core and particleboard core. Except for special construction, the grain of one or more plies is approximately at right angles to that of the other plies; an odd number of plies is used.

Depending on the type and quantity of adhesives, plywood can be of 2 grades – exterior and interior.

Available Size:

4′ x 8′ and 3′ x 7′ and thickness ranging from 2.7 mm to 18 mm

Types of Plywood:

  • Commercial Plywood
  • Film Faced Plywood
  • Decorative Plywood

Medium Density Fiberboards

An ideal alternative to solid wood and plywood, Medium Density Fiberboard is an engineered wood composite board that is rapidly replacing other materials in the wood-based product market.

Origin:

Malaysian, Thailand, Indonesian, European, South American, New Zealand etc. Available in various sizes and thickness ranging from 2.3 mm to 25 mm.

Classification:

Plain, Paper overlaid, Veneered and Melamine MDF.

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Flexible Plywood

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Gurjan Plywood

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Marine Plywood

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Veneers

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Baltic Birch

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Wooden Cladding