25mm Structural Hardwood Plywood Sheet 2440mm x 1220mm (8′ x 4′)
When considering 25mm Plywood Hardwood Structural Grade, you can expect minimal warping or bending. These sheets boast a smooth sanded surface that adds to their aesthetic appeal. We highly recommend using this high-quality plywood for flooring or roofing, as it offers excellent performance in those applications. Additionally, it can be painted or varnished to perfectly complement the color scheme of any room.
Furthermore, this sheet material is both durable and versatile, making it suitable for a wide range of construction applications. It consists of multiple layers of thin veneer wood, providing strength and stability for floors, walls, and roofs. The sheets feature a face veneer made of hardwood and a core composed of light hardwoods, Poplar, or a combination of these materials. They adhere to the standards set by EN636-2 and EN314-2.
The 9mm Hardwood Plywood offers numerous advantages. This timber veneered panel, with its cross-layered construction, ensures consistent strength and stability for both interior and exterior applications, including external wall panels and claddings (provided that all edges are properly sealed). For those seeking an exterior grade plywood sheet, our Marine Plywood is the ultimate choice, boasting exceptional strength and weatherproofing capabilities.
We highly recommend utilizing the Structural Hardwood Plywood for the following applications:
- Bath panels
- Packing cases
- General joinery
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How Its Made
Hardwood Plywood is a type of engineered wood that consists of multiple thin layers of timber arranged at right angles to each other. These layers are securely bonded together using a resin adhesive through a process of heat bonding.
During the plywood manufacturing process, each layer is rotated at an angle of 45-90 degrees to ensure that the wood grain runs in different directions in each layer. This technique, called “cross graining,” enhances the strength of the plywood and helps prevent warping.
The incorporation of these thin layers greatly enhances the strength of the plywood sheets, making them suitable for various construction applications.