Exterior Plywood 8 mm Grade CP/C (1250x2500)

Exterior Plywood 8 mm Grade CP/C (1250x2500) image from VULDI COMPANY

Size (height. / W. / D.): 1250 mm x 2500 mm x 8 mm.
Weight: 16.25 kg.
The price for a pack: 50 sheets of plywood.
Volume: 1.252 м3.
Weight pack: 812 kg.
The loading capacities of various vehicles are
given in the: Shipment and handling.
The main delivery regulations according
to Incoterms 2010:
FCA Warszawa, FAS Gdańsk,
Time for plywood from order to delivery:
5 to 14 Business Days.

$720 Base configuration price


Your configuration price

Quantity in stock: 30

  • Information
  • Installation
  • Shipment and handling
  • Warranty and support
All our birch plywood is sanded on both sides and composed of 1,4 mm thick veneers by cross bonding. Face veneers can be both long grain and cross grain. Advantage of long grain, if it is laid with long age parallel to the span (perpendicular to supports), is so called "strong orientation" sheet of plywood has more plies with the grain running perpendicular to supports.Gluing classes Plywood is glued with phenolic resin adhesive that meets the following standards: BS 1203 / H4 (WBP)
DIN 68705 part 3 / type BFU100
EN 314 / 3rd class
Formaldehyde emission level shall not exceed 0.2 mg HCHO/m2h, which meets the standard E1
Thickness (mm): 4, 6, 6.5, 8, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50
Sizes (mm): 1220x2440, 2440x1220, 1250x2500, 2500x1250, 1500x2500, 1500x3000, 1525x3050, 2150x3850
B(1) - The highest quality plywood, sanded, with no discoloration and external defects, for painting
BB(2) - High-quality plywood, sanded, with only minor trim and healthy knots, varnishing and painting
CP(3) - The standard quality plywood, sanded, larger defects, corrected insertions, more defects than in the class BB.
C(4) - The lowest grade plywood, uncut, holes and knots.
Determined above quality grades affects only exterior veneer and do not affect the strength parameters of the plywood.
How many packages (the total volume) fit into a container, truck, or train car?
How many packages (the total volume) fit into a container, truck, or train car?
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