Did you know that plywood and veneer are completely different products, albeit related? Indeed, even though both these products are made from wood, they are completely different products with different uses. You cannot use plywood to do the job of veneers and vice versa.
Let’s see Why
Plywood - Made of Wood, but Stronger and More Economical
Plywood is made by glueing layers of wood sheets together using strong, water-resistant adhesive. The grains of two adjacent layers are kept at right angles to one another. This ensures there is no cross-graining and also makes the finished product strong and durable. Plywood has quite a few advantages over traditional wooden blocks, such as flexibility, workability and reusability.
What’s more - plywood can be locally manufactured and hence they are less expensive than traditional wood. Due to the structure of a plywood sheet, it is also resistant to warping, shrinkage, splitting and twisting, which can often occur with regular wood.
Greenply offers a wide range of plywood that caters to your every need.
Let’s Have a Look at the Types of Plywood Offered by Greenply
Fire Retardant Plywood -
Discover Greenply’s Green Platinum, one of the fire-retardant plywood that is low flammable, has low fire penetration and a low burning rate. Infused with PEN Technology, fire-retardant plywood gives a protective mesh between the veneer layers and also on the plywood. Get two times more fire-resistant plywood from Greenply, making it 2 times safer. It allows people to evacuate a fire hazard safely, buying them some extra time.
Boiling Waterproof Plywood -
Green Club 700 is one of the best quality bwp plywood available in the market. Made of selected hardwood species, it is appropriate for places lying in high humidity, like the kitchen area. Green Club 700 can be used in the interiors and the exterior as it will not get damaged even when exposed to high moisture.
Zero Emission Plywood -
In today’s time, there is so much pollution around. So, at least breathe fresh being in your own home. Greenply’s green range of plywood is made with 3 mg of formalin in 100 gms of plywood, making it an E-0 plywood. Zero Emission Plywood gives the purest indoor air quality without suffocation or eye irritation. Thus, ensuring a healthier environment for you and your lovely family.
Termite-Resistant Plywood -
Worrying about termites that can turn beautiful furniture into piles of dust? Your problems end with our green range of plywood - Green Platinum, Green Club 700, Green Club 5 Hundred, Green 710 and Green Gold. Greenply’s termite-resistant plywood is made with a special termite-resistant resin that resists termite infestation.
Veneers - Thin, Flexible, Good Looking and Multi-Purpose
Veneers are thin sheets of wood peeled from blocks of wood using a lathe or slicing machine. The wood veneer sheets are manufactured from the inner layers of a block of wood often exhibit interesting grains and can be used to create beautiful wood veneer furniture or wall art. Multiple layers of wood veneer sheets can also be glued together to create medium-density fibreboard (MDF) or even plywood. Veneers made to create artwork, referred to as decorative veneers, are often stained or dyed in different shades. At times, they may also be treated with chemical solutions to make them resistant to moisture and fire, as well as dirt and dust.
Plywood and veneer wood furniture can both last for ages to come, provided some basic maintenance is performed on them from time to time. Both can offer pretty high returns over the initial investment, making the money invested in them worth every penny. The major concern here is to use the right material for the right task. That way, you can maximise the ROI and receive results that you can be proud of.
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