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Dot Birch Plywood

Dot

Description:

Dot Birch Plywood overlaid with a phenol, UV resistant or melamine film on both faces. The wear face has a special surface pattern (WT). Pattern gives dot effect. The reverse face usually is smooth (F).

Film colour:

Phenol films: dark brown 120 and 220 g/m2, black 120 g/m2 , light brown 120 g/m2, yellow 167 g/m2

UV resistant films: dark grey 220 g/m2, light grey 220 g/m2, white melamine 200 g/m2, opal white 174 g/m2

Under transparent films BB grade veneer can be applied.

Applications:

Transport industry, finishing of walls and ceilings, industrial furniture: components, shelving system and table tops, shop fitting, exhibition stands, booths, advertisement and information boards.

Advantages:

Environmentally friendly, durable, easily workable, hygienic, odour free, easy-to-clean, wear resistant, weather- and water-proof, resists commonly used chemicals.

Further processing:

Plywood can be machined with wood working tools: cutting, drilling, milling, jointing in length, tongue and groove (T&G), half laps, profiled edges etc.

Overlaying:

A matt phenol, UV resistant or melamine film, which is hot-pressed onto the surface, is used as an overlay. The phenol film is composed of a basic paper which is impregnated with phenol resin. The UV resistant film is impregnated with a special thermosetting mixture of polymers containing amino resins. The melamine film is a modified resin based film with improved crack resistance for the decorative lamination of plywood. Overlaying with higher resistance to abrasion and multi-layer overlaying is also possible (respectively 240 g/m2; 440 g/m2, etc.). Multi-layer overlaying gives superior wear resistance.

Sizes:

1220 mm x 2440 / 3050 mm
1250 mm x 2500 / 2750 / 3000 mm
1500 mm x 2500 / 3000 mm
1525 mm x 2750 / 3050 mm
3150 mm upon special request

Cut-to-size panels and machined panels available in accordance with the customers’ requirements.

Thicknesses:

6.5, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 35 mm. 

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