The range of board materials consists of materials known and commonly used in the construction industry, such as plywood, waterproof chipboard, and fibreboard.
Each plywood application is different and therefore it is essential to use the correct type of plywood recommended by a professional retailer or read our recommendations.
Plywood is a panel-shaped wood-based material made from several thin layers of wood (the plies or wood veneers) that are glued crosswise (90 ° angle to each other) along the grain. This normalizes material properties such as shrinkage and swelling behaviour. Plywood is formed from an odd number of veneer sheets.
Plywood is produced in different qualities due to different uses. The quality of plywood mostly depends on the glueing or the number of veneer layers.
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