Plywood is a material that is used a lot in life. Currently, many types of plywood are commonly sold in all stores and showrooms. Thin plywood is said to be the most popular among buyers. Let’s learn about this type of board through the article below.
General introduction of plywood and thin plywood
Before talking about thin plywood, we would like to introduce what plywood is and its structure.
Plywood is the creation of the wood industry with a combination of many layers of wood veneer arranged at right angles to each other. It has layers of boards held together with glue. Usually, Formandaldehyde glue or Phenol glue is then pressed with a hydraulic machine to make sure the boards stick together.
Plywood has high durability, withstands the impact of the environment, and does not warp. There are many different types of plywood on the market today. Each type will have its unique characteristics. So, depending on your needs, you can make the right choice.
- Thin plywood
Like other types of boards, thin plywood is made from layers of veneer and glued together by special glue. However, this type of board only needs to use a few layers of veneer to create the thickness of the product.
Thin plywood is usually 2mm, 3mm to 5mm, depending on the customer’s order needs. The standard size of this board is that we are 4×8 feet (1220mmx2440mm)
A few pros and cons
Here are a few advantages of Thin plywood sheets
- High adhesion, sure
- Capable of bending and shaping
- Light weight, easy to carry around
- The price is much cheaper than natural wood
- Has excellent resistance to termites
Besides, thin plywood sheets 4×8 also has a few disadvantages you need to consider before choosing them for your project:
- Limited bearing capacity because the board is quite thin
- Not water resistant
Where to buy thin plywood sheets with reasonable price?
You can refer to H&G Plywood. We are a manufacturer and distributor of plywood with a professional quality control team.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for the best price! WhatsApp: +84 9656 09 153