Coloured film-face Birch plywood

The  Film range of plywood is a premium exterior-grade Birch ply covered with smooth Phenolic or Melamine films on both sides and is currently available in a range of 7 different colours. Film surface is smooth, and hard. It resists abrasion, it is weather and moisture proof and resists commonly used chemicals. The surface is easy to clean with water or steam.

The   Film range of plywood is a phenolic impregnated over-lay, pressed onto both sides of a Birch plywood substrate. The film is pressed onto the plywood in a hot press at high heat and high temperature. The film is a paper saturated with phenolic or melamine resin.  Film is essentially an industrial type product that has gained acceptance within the decorative market. Each sheet is unique and has some minor imperfections which add character to the product. This is inherent with Film face products and in no way affects the overall performance of the product.

Film is suitable for exterior use, however the colour of the film will change over time (as does timber) when exposed to sunlight and the elements.  Film will fade after prolonged exposure to the elements. The above must be taken into account when specifying for aesthetic applications and decorative exterior purposes.   Film is available in coloured or translucent film in 7 different colours and a range of thicknesses with every sheet having the superior edge detail that is unique to Birch plywood.

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