Birch plywood overlaid with a phenol film or with UV resistant film on both the faces. The wear face has a rough wire mesh pattern (W); the reverse normally is smooth (F), although it can have wire mesh pattern, too (grade W/W). Â Wire Mesh Birch Plywood rough wire mesh overlay withstands hardware and it can be used for many different floor-panelling purposes.
- Dark brown (120, 130 (wear resistant), 167Â and 220 g/m2)
- Light brown (120 g/m2)
- Yellow non – transparent (167 g/m2)
- Â Green (120 g/m2)
- Black (120 g/m2)
- Red (220 g/m2)
- Grey (UV resistant, 174 g/m2)
- Titanium Grey (amino film, 220Â g/m2)
Our specialists will advise the most appropriate overlay depending on end use and film availability.
The wire mesh surface has high wear resistance and anti-slip properties, surface is weather- and water-proof, resists to commonly used chemicals. In addition, the product is environmentally friendly.
Vehicle floors, pedestrian bridges, storage and factory floors, storage shelves, loading platforms, ship decks, pier surfaces.
In general – applications where high wear resistance and/or good anti-slip properties are required.
A smooth phenol or UV resistant 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 special thermosetting mixture of polymers containing amino resins.Â
On special request, panels can be overlaid with wear resistant phenol film or/and multi-layer phenol film and both the faces can have a wire mesh pattern.
Wire mesh pattern alternatives:
- Large Mesh (grade WL) – 2.5 mesh per 1cm
- Small Mesh (grade W) – 4.5 mesh per 1cm
- 1220 mm x 2440 / 3050 mm (thickness: 6.5Â – 45 mm)
- 1250 mm x 2500 / 3000 mm (thickness: 6.5Â – 45 mm)
- 1500 mm x 2500 / 3000 mm
- 1525 mm x 3050 / 3660 mm
- 2150 mm x 3050 / 3340 / 3850 mm
Cut-to-size panels and machined panels available in accordance with the customersâ€™ requirements.
6.5, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 35, 40 mm.