Description

Exterior plywood coated with phenolic film (so-called shuttering plywood) has wide application properties, e.g. in construction as an element of shuttering systems. It is made by pressing paper saturated with phenolic resin (called phenolic film) on a surface of exterior plywood. The surface coated with the film protects the sheets from moisture and improves their resistance to abrasion. Edges of shuttering plywood are protected with waterproof acrylic paint.

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Basic information about product

Plywood is composed from thin layers of wood veneer that are glued together with adjacent layers having their wood grain rotated up to 90 degrees to one another. Exterior plywood is covered on one or both sides with phenolic film which protects the surface from moisture as well as ensures higher durability, weather and abrasion resistance.

Areas of use
  • multi-use formwork built directly on construction site
  • modular formwork systems
  • means of transport
Raw materials used for production
  • hardwood (birch, elder), softwood (spruce, pine)
  • water resistant glue based on phenol-formaldehyde resin
  • phenolic film (density: 145 g/m²÷150 g/m² or other, subject to prior agreement with the customer, color: non-transparent dark brown or other, agreed with the customer)
Protection of edges
  • acrylic water-based paint, color brown or other agreed with the customer
Standard formats
  • 1550mmx1550/2250/2500/2700/3000/3300 mm
  • other formats subject to prior agreement with the customer
Thickness
  • 4mm-40mm
Dimension tolerance
  • according to PN-EN 315 or other, subject to prior agreement with the customer
Technical characteristics
  • density: 600-800 [kg/m³]
  • moisture content: 4-10 [%]
  • bonding quality according to PN-EN 314-2 grade III
  • formaldehyde emission class: E1 according to PN-EN 636
Additional services
  • CNC-maschining
  • protection from bio-corrosion by applying fungicide gluing substance
  • cutting to smaller formats
  • printing client’s logotype on phenolic film