Structural Plywood

Structural Plywood CD Grade 12MM

Thickness7mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 17mm, 19mm, 21mm
BondPhenolic A-Bond For Structural Use (Marine Grade Glue, WBP, Water Proof)
Formaldehyde EmissionsLess than 0.3mg/l Formaldehyde (equivalent to E0) emissions
CorePoplar, Hardwood, Combi
Veneer GradesCD, DD, BD
UsesFraming, Flooring, Wall Bracing, Sheathig, Cladding, Decking, Exterior, Beams

The plywood used in structural applications in Australia and New Zealand is plywood
manufactured to AS/NZS 2269, it can be branded with the word “structural”, the standard “AS/NZS 2269”, CD(the face and back veneer quality), A-Bond(the glue bond type), a stress grade eg. “F11”, the plywood identification code, eg. 17-24-7 (where 17=nominal thickness, 24=face veneer thickness x 10, and 7=number of veneers), and the PAA

A typical brand may be:
Structural to AS/NZS 2269 (Plywood type & Standard)
CD – A Bond (Face & back veneer quality -glue bond type)
F11 (Stress grade)
17-24-7 (Plywood ID code)
EWPAA Tested Structural (EWPAA-JAS-ANZ Brand)

Structural Plywood Manufactured to AS/NZS 2269 Type A Bond possesses standard structural properties. It is designed for a structural rather than aesthetic function and structural grade plywood are available in 2 grades based on face and back veneer quality. This is a commercial name used in Australia and New Zealand and it’s very similar with CDX plywood which is a term in United States and Canada.

CD Grade

C grade face which is a veneer which includes minor defects, filled or patched; D grade back which can contain open defects such as knot holes or splits;

DD Grade

Both face and back veneer contain open defects.

Customized Grade

Special types of structural plywood can be manufactured using B grade veneer.

Structural Plywood Application

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