Plywood is wood fabrication made of solid wood that is processed into sheets with the fiber direction on the wooden layer arranged transversely between the bottom layer and the surface layer using a special adhesive.
In plywood production, a log is peeled into sheets of veneer which are then cut to the desired dimensions, dried, patched, glued together and then pressed under high temperature press to form the plywood panel. Depending on the type of log (quality, color etc.) peeled, the veneer sheets will become either face or back veneers, which are the furthest outer layers of the plywood panel, or core veneers which will form the inside layers.
Understanding that flatness and dimensional stability are essential in furniture manufacturing to bring about a perfect finishing and to minimize expansion and contraction, our range of plywood products exhibit the characteristics of being flat, dimensionally stable, durable, and of high precision. As flatness is a crucial factor in the secondary processing of plywood and is necessary for a smooth finishing, our plywood is also suitable for secondary processing.
Last but not least, general plywood can also be used in concrete framework as a cheaper option for low-rise construction work.