Plywood & Block Board
The Plywood sheets that are commonly used in the making of wooden furniture are made from several thin sheets of individual wood veneers (layers/slices of wood). All these layers are firmly pressed and joined with each other to make a plywood sheet.
On the other hand, the core of the blockboard is made from solid blocks of wood (These blocks are rectangular elongated blocks/strips obtained from a softwood tree). All these small blocks are of almost the same size, and are arranged end to end to form the entire blockboard core. Then as in the case of plywood, a top and bottom veneer (layer of wooden ply) is bonded/glued over these blocks to form the faces/surfaces.
|Type||Local Plywood, LW Plywood, Marine Plywood, WBP Plywood , OSB Plywood, Fancy Plywood, Tego Film etc||–|
|Surface||Polyester White, Laminates, PVC White||–|
|Grade||BB/CC, Commercial, UT, B2||–|
|Glue Type||WBP (Weather and Boil Proof), MR (Moisture Resistant)||–|
|Thickness||3mm, 3.6mm, 5.2mm, 8mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 18mm & 25mm||15mm & 18mm|
|Size||1220mm x 2440mm (4’ x 8’)||1220mm x 2440mm (4’ x 8’)|