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Birch Shuttering Plywood, 6-40 mm* 1250-1525 mm* 1525-2500 mm

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Plywood type Natural Plywood
Type of species - face type European Hardwood
Species - face Birch
Type of species - inner plies - alternate plies European Hardwood
Species - inner plies - alternate plies Birch
Type of species - backface European Hardwood
Species - backface Birch


Volume 30 - 600 m3 per month Convert
Thickness 6-40 mm  Convert
Width 1250; 1220 mm Convert
Length 2500; 2440 mm Convert
Density 120/120; 220/120; 220/220 kg/m3 Convert
Glue Phenolic
Class 1/1; 2/2; 3/3
Certificates and export documents FSC
Usage Exterior
Surface finish laminated
Finish orientation face & backface
Certification FSC
Shuttering Ply is a very strong board made by glueing layers of Softwood Plywood together in as many layers as necessary to provide the product this amazing strength and load-bearing ability. The primary aim of Shuttering Plywood is to create a mould for pouring concrete and to provide a strong wall while the concrete cures.

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Price On demand EUR per m3 Convert
Incoterm DDP - delivered, all transport and duties are paid by the seller.
Sells to: Worldwide


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