A plywood foliated with a melamine film is wood-based board composed of glued with phenol-formaldehyde resin, or other of similar properties, plies of wood (outer and middle veneers), whereat the directions of fibre of adjacent plies are staggered by 90°. Face veneers (outer veneers) are made of birch, alder, or beech. The plywood surface is covered with a melamine film, improving its resistance to adverse weather conditions and sanded.

Plywood with melamine film is produced on the basis of phenol-formaldehyde resin as water-resistant, for use in exterior conditions (according to PN-EN 636), meeting the requirements of 3 gluing class quality according to PN-EN 314-2.
Quality of the technical plywood and acceptable defects

(acc. to ZN–2011 BZS–SFM-1)

Type of film: decorative melamine films – film weight 220 g/m2 or acc. to arrangements with the customer.

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