The relationship between plywood thickness and plywood layers

The relationship between plywood thickness and plywood layers

Plywood is also one of the materials often used in decoration. There are many kinds of plywood. The density and thickness of plywood are an important factor to measure its quality.

The outermost veneer of plywood is called the surface plate, the front one is called the panel, the reverse one is called the back one, and the inner one is called the core or the middle one.

Plywood thickness

Plywood is made up of thin pieces of wood, with three plywood, five plywood, etc., and occasionally odd numbers. According to the combination of different plywood, plywood thickness is also different. Generally, there are 3 centimeters, 5 centimeters, 9 centimeters, 12 centimeters, 15 centimeters, 18 centimeters and other specifications. Of course, according to special circumstances, there will be other thickness.

Some laws of plywood plywood layer number:

When the plywood thickness is increased by 3 mm, the number of plywood layers will increase by 2 layers.

For plywood with the same thickness, the more plywood layers, the greater the strength. For example, the plywood with 15 layers and 18 mm is stronger than that with 13 layers and 18 mm.

For plywood with the same thickness, the more plywood layers, the higher the price. For example, the price of 7 plywood layers with 6.5mm is higher than that of 5 plywood layers with 6.5mm.

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