Made entirely of poplar veneers with crossed fibres. The veins on the outer faces may be longitudinal or transversal as required. Poplar plywood features light weight, excellent hold for fixing elements and high resistance to screw removal. Due to its super dimensional stability, light weight, and easy cutting, it is one of the most commonly used materials for furniture production. Highly adaptable to different shapes and applications, it is employed in making kitchen furniture, sofa and armchair frames, sideboards, wall units, furniture doors, tables, drawers, beds, shelving, worktops and bathroom cabinets. In addition, poplar plywood panels are used in the building trade for interior finishes, such as doors, windows, fixtures and fittings, indoor walls, flooring and bases for wood flooring.
Made of veneered Okoumè, an exotic wood that’s easy to work, weatherproof, with good mechanical resistance, this phenolic plywood is mainly for outdoor use. It is also often used for boat or camper fittings, where damp-proof, lightweight wood is required.
Fir plywood is a solid, stable material with exceptional resistance to weather conditions and high temperatures due to the waterproof glue used in its production. It is ideal for wooden houses and roofs, mezzanine floors, floors, structure cladding, and packing for indoor and outdoor furniture.
Birch plywood is made up of an uneven number of birch veneers with cross fibres, glued together under pressure at high temperatures. The special kind of melamine resin/phenolic resin adhesive is used to make Class 3 products suitable for outdoors where humidity is high. Its excellent mechanical resistance and stability make birch plywood ideal for a whole host of uses, especially in the building and transport trades. It can be covered with a film to increase surface adherence for use as truck flatbeds. It is also used for drawer sides and furniture parts that must be resistant to hard wear
The natural beauty of beech wood, its typical ‘striped’ edges and the wide range of thicknesses available make beech plywood ideal for any use, in woodworking and DIY. It is used for robust tops such as those for kitchen furniture, tables, desks, stairs, bookcases, shelves and decor elements also with visible edging. Another product is panels for industrial use where good mechanical strength and resistance to wear are required, as for foundry loading platforms, shelving and workbenches.