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CD Ply

Structural plywood is an interior product; the front side is a C grade veneer and the back is a D grade.

Why choose CD Ply?

- Available in a range of thicknesses and sizes

- Can be treated against termite attack and for outdoor use

- The hardwood veneer is sourced from FSC certified plantation radiate pine

Ply Bracing

It is manufactured from hardwood veneer using an A bond glue line. It conforms to AUS/NZS 2269.

Why choose Ply Bracing?

- Has a high impact resistance; this is useful where seismic activity or cyclonic winds occur

- Has a high strength to weight ration

- The pine veneer is sourced from FSC certified plantation radiate pine

Marine Ply

Both faces of this plywood are B/B grade and are well sanded to produce a smooth, durable finish.

Why choose Marine Ply?

- Highly suited to external use

- Type A grade faces help to minimise water penetration

- The hardwood veneer is sourced from FSC certified plantation radiate pine

Features of Ply

Plywood is created when many sheets of wood are glued together; the layers produce a very sturdy and durable timber.

When a professional adhesive is used between the layers, the plywood becomes highly resistant to cracks, shrinking, twists and warps.

Applications

  • Wall paneling and as a base underneath timber flooring
  • Interior feature panelling
  • Wall and roof bracing for domestic construction
  • Some marine applications
  • Domestic and commercial construction