100% BALTIC BIRCH PLYWOOD

PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

Baltic birth plywood is made by gluing together several layers of birch veneer. The number of layers is always odd. Wood grains in adjacent layers are mutually perpendicular, making this material highly durable and flexible. Only 100% birch range is used for manufacture.

Baltic birth plywood meets the European standards and GOST R 3916.1–96.

Baltic birth plywood can be used both for internal and external applications.

The type of glue and plywood thickness impact plywood suitability for a specific application.

Birth plywood can be used in a wide range of applications and has a number of advantages, making it a very popular material.

ADVANTAGES OF BIRTH PLYWOOD:

- High durability with low weight
- Flexibility and possibility to change shape
- High water-resistance (for MR and WBP plywood)
- Processing-friendly and easy to install
- Can be used over a wide range of temperatures (from -40℃ to +50℃)
- Material surface has clear wooden texture
- Safe for humans, animals and environment, odourless.

APPLICATIONS:

Furniture

Birch plywood is an ideal material for doors, various office furniture, tables, chairs, cabinets, etc. Almost 90% office furniture is made of birth plywood. A characteristic feature of this material is that it can be used to make unique shaped furniture. Its pleasant texture and soft polishing shades makes it optimal for interior applications.

APPLICATIONS:

Furniture trade

Birch plywood is an ideal material for doors, various office furniture, tables, chairs, cabinets, etc. Almost 90% office furniture is made of birth plywood. A characteristic feature of this material is that it can be used to make unique shaped furniture. Its pleasant texture and soft polishing shades makes it optimal for interior applications.

Construction

This material is used for monolithic buildings and bridges: construction of formwork, all sorts of beams, frames, panels and partitions; for internal finishing works: wall and floor finishing, bathrooms (due to its water-resistant properties). Water-resistant, durable and strong, shrink-resistant plywood is used in bearing structures.

Construction

This material is used for monolithic buildings and bridges: construction of formwork, all sorts of beams, frames, panels and partitions; for internal finishing works: wall and floor finishing, bathrooms (due to its water-resistant properties). Water-resistant, durable and strong, shrink-resistant plywood is used in bearing structures.

Plywood toys, crafts and boards

Planes, vessels, vehicles