What is Elliotis plywood?

What is Elliotis plywood?

What is Elliotis plywood?

Elliotis Pine Structural Grade Plywood – 2440 x 1220 x 18mm (CE2+ C+/C FSC) Elliotis plywood is a multi-use plywood manufactured from a single species of Elliotis pine and is used in structural applications such as hoarding, shuttering, packaging, structural & non-structural building work.

Is pine Good for plywood?

Pine is the most common type of wood used for the manufacture of plywood products of all types. Construction-grade softwood plywood is almost all made of some type of pine. This is mostly because pine is an inexpensive wood to buy, due to its commonality and high growth rate.

What is softwood plywood?

Softwood Plywood is plywood which has a face and back veneer of softwood as opposed to a hardwood such as Birch, Maple, Oak, etc. Softwood plywood panels are comprised of a core made from either softwood then faced and backed with a veneer of soft wood and therefore are used for structural applications.

Is elliotis plywood Class 3?

Elliottis Pine Softwood Plywood C+/C is made from softwood veneers throughout, harvested from FSC certified forests in Brazil, normally bonded together with a phenol formaldehyde adhesive, which has superior resistance to loss of bond strength with time.

Which is stronger plywood or pine?

Again, remember that not all plywood is stronger than all solid wood. However, if you take pine plywood and put it against a solid pine board, the pine plywood will withstand a higher bending force before breaking. What is this?

What is EN636?

Plywood undergoes strict testing on bonding and durability to prove that it is worthy of usage within the construction industry. EN314-2 (bonding quality) and EN636 (durability & bonding) work together as ‘harmonised standards’ to clarify which plywoods can be used under different conditions.

What EN636 2?

Hardwood Faced Plywood 2440 x 1220mm EN636-2 (For use in Humid/Protected Exterior Conditions) Availability: In stock. DESCRIPTION. Hardwood faced plywood is one of the most popular plywood products used in the construction industry.

What is the difference between plywood and structural plywood?

The biggest difference between Structural Plywood and Non-Structural Plywood is all in the type of glue used when the sheets are being produced. To be officially and legally classified as a structural plywood, sheets need to meet certain standards and structural requirements.