Film Faced Plywood
Film faced plywood is a type of plywood that has a smooth and durable surface, which is coated with a layer of phenolic resin film. This film provides a waterproof and wear-resistant surface that makes it ideal for use in construction and building projects. The plywood is made from high-quality hardwood veneers that are bonded together with a waterproof adhesive, making it strong and durable. Film faced plywood is commonly used for concrete formwork, flooring, and wall sheathing in construction projects.
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There are several advantages of using film faced plywood in construction and building projects, including:
- Waterproof: The phenolic resin film coating on the plywood makes it waterproof, which makes it ideal for use in areas that are exposed to moisture or water.
- Durable: it is highly durable and can withstand wear and tear, making it ideal for use in high traffic areas.
- Easy to clean: The smooth surface of the plywood makes it easy to clean and maintain, which is important in areas that require high levels of hygiene.
- Resistant to chemicals: The plywood is resistant to chemicals, which makes it ideal for use in areas that are exposed to chemicals or solvents.
- Versatile: it can be used for a wide range of applications, including concrete formwork, flooring, and wall sheathing.
- Cost-effective: it is cost-effective compared to other building materials, which makes it an attractive option for construction projects.
- Environmentally friendly: The plywood is made from sustainable and renewable sources, which makes it an environmentally friendly option for construction projects.
Some of the common applications of film faced plywood include:
- Concrete formwork: it is commonly used as a formwork material for concrete structures. The smooth and durable surface of the plywood makes it ideal for creating high-quality concrete finishes.
- Flooring: it is used as a flooring material in commercial and industrial buildings. The waterproof and wear-resistant surface of the plywood makes it ideal for high traffic areas.
- Wall sheathing: it is used as a wall sheathing material in construction projects. The plywood provides a strong and durable surface that can withstand the elements.
- Roofing: it is used as a roofing material in construction projects. The plywood provides a strong and durable surface that can withstand the elements.
- Packaging: it is used in the packaging industry to create strong and durable packaging materials.
- Marine applications: it is used in marine applications, such as boat building and dock construction. The waterproof surface of the plywood makes it ideal for use in these applications.
1220X2440MM, 1250X2500MM OR CUSTOM
COMBI CORE, POPLAR CORE, EUCALYPTUS CORE, BIRCH CORE ETC.
550-700 KG/M3 (+/- 50 KG)
MR, MELAMINE, WBP
- THICKNESS TOLERANCE:
- MOISTURE CONTENT:
10% (+/- 2%)
- MODULUS OF ELASTICITY:
The packing method may vary depending on the supplier and the specific requirements of the customer. Here are some common packing methods for film faced plywood:
- Bundles: The plywood sheets are stacked together and secured with steel straps or plastic bands. The number of sheets in each bundle may vary depending on the thickness and size of the plywood.
- Pallets: The plywood sheets are stacked on top of each other on a wooden pallet and secured with steel straps or plastic bands. The pallets are then wrapped with plastic film to protect the plywood from moisture and damage during transportation.
- Container loading: The plywood sheets are loaded into shipping containers and secured with steel straps or plastic bands. The container is then sealed and transported to the destination.
- It is important to ensure that the packing is done properly to prevent damage to the plywood during transportation and storage. The plywood should be stored in a dry and well-ventilated area to prevent moisture damage.