LOW GRADE BIRCH PLYWOOD
SyPly BIRCH LOW plywood is often used in building structures when the appearance of the front side of plywood plays a secondary role, and the strength characteristics are not worse than high grades.
- EXCEPTIONAL STRENGTH AND WEAR RESISTANCE
- RECOMMENDED FOR FLOORING UNDER A PARQUET BOARD
- FOR FACING WITH NON-TRANSPARENT COATINGS AND FOR TREATMENT WITH PAINTS
Distinguish between the concepts of plywood grades and veneer grades. Plywood grades are formed from the grades of veneer used for cladding. For example, plywood faced on the front side with grade “B” veneer and on the back side “BB” will have grade B / BB - the highest grade is indicated first in the name.
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