Marine plywood is a type of plywood specifically designed and manufactured for use in marine and high-moisture environments. It is known for its exceptional durability, water resistance, and resistance to fungal and insect damage. Marine plywood is often used in boat building and other applications where the wood will be exposed to water or high humidity conditions.
Here are some key characteristics and features of marine plywood:
Water Resistance: Marine plywood is made with waterproof adhesive, which makes it highly resistant to water penetration. This makes it ideal for use in boats, docks, bathroom & kitchen
High-Quality Core: Marine plywood typically has a high-quality core veneer made from hardwood or tropical wood species, which adds to its strength and resistance to decay.
Laminated Layers: It is constructed with multiple layers (usually an odd number) of veneer sheets that are cross-laminated and bonded together with waterproof adhesive. This construction enhances its structural integrity.
No Gaps: Marine plywood is manufactured with minimal voids and gaps in the layers, ensuring uniform strength and preventing water intrusion.
High Durability: It is designed to withstand the harsh conditions of saltwater, extreme humidity, and weather exposure. This makes it suitable for exterior and structural applications where regular plywood might not hold up as well.
Size: 1220 x 2440mm
Thickness: 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 18mm
Wood Species: MLH
Minimum 1 pallet MOQ.
9mm - 100pcs
12mm - 75pcs
15mm - 60pcs
18mm - 50pcs
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