The plywood panels are made by gluing together 3 or more veneer sheets (plies). The grain of each ply is perpendicular to the plies above and below it. The phenol formaldehyde resin used as a gluing agent gives to the bonding a high resistance of weather conditions, microorganisms, cold and hot water. The cross-bounded construction of veneers guarantees exceptionally good mechanical qualities of the plywood panel such as: strength, stability, high resistance of strokes, vibrations and tension.
Available in poplar, birch, lime and pine wood. Various wood species can be combined in composing the plywood panels
Dimensions, mm 2440 х 1220, 1220 x 2440, 2500 х 1250, 1250 x 2500, 1525 x 1525
Thickness, mm 4.0, 6.0, 8.0, 10.0, 12.0, 14.0, 15.0, 16.0, 18.0, 21.0, 24.0, 25.0, 27.0, 28.0, 30.0
Length(width) tolerance +/- 0.2mm
Grade of face veneer
Poplar/lime: I, II, III, IV;
Birch: B/BB, BB/BB, BB/CP, BB/C, CP/CP, CP/C, C/C;
Pine: Bx/Bx, Bx/CPx, CPx/CPx, CPx/Cx, Cx/Cx
Number of plies from 6 up to 21 depending on thickness
Kind of surface smooth
Basis poplar/lime, birch, pine or combi plywood
Formaldehyde emission class E1 (up to 8 mg per 100g of bone dry plywood)
Water resistance MR (moisture resistant) or WBP (weather and boil-proof) marked
Moisture content, max 10 ± 2 %.
Obliquity angle after circumcision up to1 mm/m
Deviation from nominal length and width (according to EN 315) ± 3.5 mm
Bonding strength: in the dry state: over 2.0 MN/m2; treated in hot water for 1 hour: over 1.0 MN/m2.
Ultimate shearing strength not less 1.5 MPa (poplar/beech base), not less 1.0 MPa (COMBI base)
Ultimate tensile strength not less 40 MPa
Ultimate creasing strength not less 40 MPa
Certification EN 13986, EN 636-2, EN-314-2