Softwood Plywood
A high strength exterior panel which has excellent stability and load-bearing properties.

A structural panel with many uses including flooring, shuttering, sheathing, packaging, roofing and walling. 
 

Hardwood Plywood
Versatile non-structural building board with a smooth sanded surface, has a high weight to strength ratio. Uses include general joinery, shelving, boxing in, signage, fascia's and soffits, van and trailer linings, stressed skin panels, huts, garages, sheds, external joinery, walkways, temporary structures, rail and road containers, packing cases, bins, silos, hold lining in ships, vehicle building, cold storage containers, benches, shelving and concrete formwork. 


Aircraft Plywood
High-strength plywood also known as aircraft plywood, is made from mahogany and/or birch, and uses adhesives with increased resistance to heat and humidity.

Aircraft plywood is made with light-weight, durability, and resistance to heat and humidity in mind. This plywood is your answer to any projects that may require the sturdiness of thicker plywood where the weight of regular plywoods just won't do. 


Flexible Plywood
Flexible Plywood can be easily bent to shape. The arc formed by the bend is perpendicular to the grain direction of the face. The exact bending radii have to be determined in accordance with the type of surface finishing required and the extent of the surface to be treated. 


Marine Plywood
Made with high quality veneers which are cross-laminated for extra strength, especially in high moisture areas. Suitable for external works where high moisture is a concern. Edges and sides must be sealed.

Uses include joinery where moisture is present, van and trailer linings, external joinery, walkways, temporary structures, vehicle building, cold storage containers, benches, shelving and concrete formwork where a superior finish is needed.

 

 



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