FILM FACED PLYWOOD

Film Face Plywood – water proof plywood
F/F – smooth/smooth
F/W – smooth/wiremesh

Definition

Film faced plywood is lightweight, resistant to corrosion attack and water, easily combined with other materials and easy to clean and cut. Treating the film faced plywood’s edges with waterproof paint makes it highly water-and wear-resistant. Due to its durability and easily handled surface it can be used in open environment in construction and building e.g. warehouses, railway wagons, floors and sidewalls of trucks etc. Coating the film faced plywood with high-quality import films ensures hardness and damage resistance. The surface of the film faced plywood is hygienic and resistant to strong detergents, which is important for farming constructions and storage of food products. It can be used in conditions of high temperature drop, influence of moisture, detergent cleaning and provides protection against termites.

We offer two types of film faced plywood. The first being birch film faced plywood which is very resistant to water, easy to clean and cut and one of the world’s best quality plywood’s.

The second is poplar film faced plywood. This plywood type is also easy to clean and cut and is softer and lighter material than birch film faced plywood.

Field Of Application

Due to its durability film faced plywood is widely used in construction and building and vehicle industry for making transport equipment containers, loading platforms, truck and trailer floors and wagons.

This material is also used for making furniture such as chairs, tables, sofas, beds etc.

Film faced plywood can also be used to build sliding doors, advertising boards, play ground equipments, floors for sports arenas, smooth concrete casts, scaffolding, hoardings and fencings, packing and in internal & external design and panelling.

Grade :   F/F ,  F/W ,  W/W ,

Glue type :   Phenol-formaldehyde (WBP), Melamine (Urea-melamine-formaldehyde)

Film Weight : 120 g/m² – 400 rotations according to Taber test (EN 438-2)

                             220 g/m² – 750 rotations according to Taber test (EN 438-2)

Film Color :   DBO – Dark Brown Opaque.  Different colors and film weights are available on request.

Density :  680 – 700 kg/m³

Certification

· ISO 9000 Management System Certificate

· CARB (California Air Resources Board) сertification

· BFU-100

· EN-13986 CE-Mark

· Certificates of GOST conformance

· Certificates of origin GSP Form ABirch Film faced plywood

     wery high multi-use ability,

     wery high resistance to water,

     high quality surface of the concrete

     easy to clean and cutChina film faced plywood

     low price,

     low weight,

     low multi-use ability (about 3 times),

     low quality surface of the concrete

     easy to clean and cut

Nominal thickness, mm69121518212427303540
Number of plies5791113151719212529
Average actual
thickness, mm
6,49,212,014,917,720,523,426,529,435,038,7
Lower limit, mm6,18,811,514,317,120,022,925,828,733,638,4
Upper limit, mm6,99,512,515,318,120,923,726,829,935,441,2
Specificationaccording to TU 5512-002-44769167-98
Dimensions, mm2500 х 1250,  1250 x 2500,  1500×3000.Thickness, mm4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30.Tolerance on length (width)+/- 2mmGrade of face veneer1, 1/2, 2Number of pliesfrom 5 up to 21 depending on thicknessSurface colorin assortmentEdges processingby waterproof acrylic paintBasisbirch plywoodFormaldehyde emission classE1 (up to 8 mg per 100g of bone dry plywood)Water resistanceWBP markMoisture content, max5-12 %Ultimate shearing strengthnot less 1.5 MPa (birch base), not less 1.0 MPa (KOMBI base)Ultimate tensile strengthnot less 40 MPaUltimate creasing strengthnot less 60 MPaCertificationDIN 68705-3, EN 13986, EN 636-3, Russian hygienic certificate (WBP only), Russian standard GOST

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