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Hoop Pine

Joinery, Interiors, Architectural

Product Description


Plymasters Hoop Pine Araucaria cunninghamii ply comes from 100% plantation-grown forests. A light cream colour, with a consistent grain pattern, it is brighter than NZ Pine. This rotary cut softwood, is extremely popular in architectural linings, particularly large ceiling areas. Hoop Pine also has an excellent multi-ply edge detail that suits a wide range of joinery applications.

Uses:

  • Specialist Furniture
  • Wall and Ceiling Linings
  • Joinery, Kitchen Fit-outs
  • Feature Panels and both Domestic and Commercial Cabinetry
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Specifications


Sheet Size

Sheet Thickness

Weight

Grading

2400x1200 Interior

1.5mm, 6mm, 16mm, 19mm and 25mm

600kg/m3

AC or AA

2400x1200 A Bond

9.5mm, 12.5mm, 18.5mm and 25mm

600kg/m3

AC

2700 length sheets on request.

     

 

Material

Light cream, Australian softwood with fine grain texture. Multiply lay-up (A-Bond sheet)

Glue Bond

A-Bond exterior

Certification

FSC 100%, Interior also AFS and PEFC sourced

Emissions

Meets E0 spec of AS/NZS 2271, Full certification pending

Plantation Source

Queensland, plantation grown

 

Code

Size

Thickness

Info

Grade

J2090-E

2400 x 1220

9mm

7Ply/A bond

AC

J2100-E

2400 x 1220

12mm

9Ply/A bond

AC

J2108-E

2400 x 1220

18mm

13Ply/A bond

AC

J2120-E

2400 x 1220

25mm

17Ply/A bond

AC

 

Hoop Pine Interior (2700 on request)

Code

Size

Thickness

Info

Grade

J2079

2400 x 1220

1.5mm

3Ply/A bond

AC

J2085

2400 x 1220

6mm

5Ply/A bond

AC

J2105

2400 x 1220

16mm

9Ply/A bond

AC

J2113

2400 x 1220

19mm

13Ply/A bond

AC

 J2122

 2400 x 1220

 25mm

13Ply/A bond

AC

 

 

 

Handling & Application Information


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. This is particularly applicable to Hoop ply as it is a softwood timber.

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 very 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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