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Euro Birch

Joinery, Interiors, Architectural

Product Description


Designers and joiners alike love this product for its face quality, and fine multi-ply edge grain detail. This sees Euro Birch Betula pendula used primarily in high-end architectural applications. It is constructed using carefully selected Euro Birch veneer to create a premium decorative panel. The rotary cut veneer faces are without joints to ensure a consistent high quality finish. Excellent for an HPL substrate.

Uses:

  • High-end Joinery and Kitchens
  • Exposed End Grain Cabinetry
  • Commercial Fit-outs
  • Architectural Linings
  • Bench-top Substrate
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Specifications


Sheet Size

Sheet Thickness

Weight

Grading

2440x1220

4mm

3ply

B/BB Exterior

2440x1220

6mm

5ply

B/BB Exterior

2440x1220

9mm

7ply

B/BB Exterior

2440x1220

12mm

9ply

B/BB Exterior

2440x1220

18mm

13ply

B/BB Exterior

2440x1220 (thick options)

24mm and 30mm and 40mm

17ply

B/BB Exterior

1525x1525

18mm

13ply

B/BB Exterior

 

Colour

Light straw/Cream, Multiply lay-up

Texture

Fine grain

Glue Bond

Class 3 exterior – EN314-3

Origin

Northern Europe

Environmental

Plantation/FSC

 

Code

Size

Thickness

Info

Grade

K2104

2440 x 1220

4mm

3Ply

B/BB Exterior

K2106

2440 x 1220

6mm

5Ply

B/BB Exterior

K2109

2440 x 1220

9mm

7Ply

B/BB Exterior

K2112

2440 x 1220

12mm

9Ply

B/BB Exterior

K2118

2440 x 1220

18mm

13Ply

B/BB Exterior

K2125

2440 x 1220

24mm

17Ply

B/BB Exterior

K2130

2440 x 1220

30mm

21Ply

B/BB Exterior

K2140

2440 x 1220

40mm

27Ply

B/BB Exterior

K2118-SS

1525 x 1525

18mm

13Ply-Select

BB Exterior

F2212

3650 x 1850

12mm

9Ply

CC Exterior

 

 

 

Handling & Application Information


The Birch B/BB grading means that while both faces are free of knots, the 2nd face will often have minor computer repairs so face selection when machining or fixing the sheets is essential. Plywood is a natural product that can be affected by changes in weather conditions: moisture and temperature. Increased moisture content or 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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