Commercial supplier of European birch plywood direct to industry in pack volumes We offer the widest range of birch poplar pine spruce plywood panels, glued laminated timber according to the client's dimensions and components from Europe and Russia
In some countries where plywood manufacturing is developed, plywood used to make furniture is less than 20% of total production, the remaining 60% is used in the construction industry, and 20% is used in packaging, vehicle and ship manufacturing. They are good at developing plywood varieties according to different needs. After special processing and modification treatment, the plywood maintains its original superior performance, and makes a certain feature more prominent, and has a special purpose. This way you can choose the plywood that suits you.
Birch throughout plywood is made from only Birch veneers of the same thickness, glued and laid up in alternating directions to the required thickness. It thus provides a superbly consistent strong panel with known engineering characteristics. At the same time the aesthetically pleasing, fine tight grain of the BB face is suitable for all types of surface finish ( or none ) as required
Black Film Faced Plywood is characterized by its good resistance to water, fire, wear, and ultraviolet (UV). It is perfect for use for construction and concrete formwork. This plywood is available in different thickness (such as 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, and 18mm) to suit your specific requirements
0.8mm 1.2mm 1.5mm 3mm 4mm 6mm 6.5mm 9mm 12mm 15mm 18mm 21mm 24mm 27mm 30mm 35mm 40mm 45mm 50mm
Metric: 1220 x 2440 - 1220 x 2745 - 1220 x 3050 - 1220 x 3660
Imperial: 4ft x 8ft - 4ft x 9ft - 4ft x 10ft - 4ft x 12ft
Metric: 1525 x 2440 - 1525 x 2745 - 1525 x 3050 - 1525 x 3660
Imperial: 5ft x 8ft - 5ft x 9ft - 5ft x 10ft - 5ft x 12ft
Large Press: 2150 x 3340 - 2150 x 3850
Glued Laminated Wood (Glulam) is a structural material manufactured through the union of individual wood segments. When glued with industrial adhesives (usually Melamine or Polyurethane resin adhesives), this type of wood is highly durable and moisture resistant, capable of generating large pieces and unique shapes
One of the most common methods of cladding buildings is through the use of timber softwoods, such as Siberian Larch and western red cedar . This type of wood is relatively knot-free and has a natural resistance to decay and moisture. It can be readily stained or painted and altered to create a range of profiles
Cladding Siberian larch, pine spruce.