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Bamboo Panel

Joinery

Product Description


An ultimate renewable resource. Bamboo Ply has phenomenal strength, makes beautiful furniture and cabinets and is an ideal building material. It is 30% harder than oak and 17% harder than maple and is resistant to molds, termites and warping. Panels come "solid" or  "sandwich" layup. The coffee and natural colour  and compressed choices give designers many options.

Uses:

  • Decorative linings
  • Cabinetry
  • Bench and Bar tops*
  • High-end joinery
  • Furniture and Vanities
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Specifications


Bamboo Ply Panel

Vertical or Compressed - Natural or Coffee

Codes

Size

Thickness

Info

Grade

BP15-VC or BP15-VN

2440 x 1220

15mm

Sandwich/Vertical

Natural or Coffee

BP18-VC or BP18-VN

2440 x 1220

18mm

Sandwich/Vertical

Natural or Coffee

BP20-VC or BP20-VN

2440 x 1220

20mm

Sandwich/Vertical

Natural or Coffee

BP30-VC or BP30-VN

2440 x 1220

30mm

Sandwich/Vertical

Natural or Coffee

BP40-VC or BP40-VN

2440 x 1220

40mm

Sandwich/Vertical

Natural or Coffee

BP15-CC or BP15-CN

1830 x 1220

15mm

Sandwich/Compressed

Natural or Coffee

BP18-CC or BP18-CN

1830 x 1220

18mm

Sandwich/Compressed

Natural or Coffee

BP20-CC or BP20-CN

1830 x 1220

20mm

Sandwich/Compressed

Natural or Coffee

BP30-CC or BP30-CN

1830 x 1220

30mm

Sandwich/Compressed

Natural or Coffee

BP40-CC or BP40-CN

1830 x 1220

40mm

Sandwich/Compressed

Natural or Coffee

Handling & Application Information


Bamboo despite being a durable product is still vulnerable to moisture and UV. Consequently it is the users responsibility to ensure the lacquer or coating system used gives the product necessary protection for the desired performance.
This is a natural product that can be affected by changes in weather conditions: moisture and temperature. Increased moisture content temperature variation may cause internal stresses causing previously flat sheets to bow.

At Plymasters, precautions are taken to minimize this effect. However, once the plywood has left our warehouse we cannot guarantee sheets to remain flat unless fastened. This is particularly important where free standing kitchen/cabinet doors are concerned. When storing panels, stack on a firm raised base with enough support to prevent sagging. Cover the pallet to protect top and edges.

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