Flim-Faced Plywood Sheets
Film-Faced plywood, also known as shuttering plywood, is a type of plywood that has a smooth and durable film coating on both sides. This film coating is usually made from phenol resin or melamine and provides a hard-wearing surface that is resistant to moisture, chemicals, and abrasion.
Black Film plywood is also used for a variety of other applications, such as furniture, flooring, and packaging. It is available in different thicknesses and grades, with higher grades offering better quality and durability.Black film faced plywood is commonly used in construction, particularly in concrete form-work and scaffolding.
Red Flim-Faced Plywood
The Red film-faced layer provides an extremely durable and waterproof surface, making film-faced plywood ideal for use in applications where the plywood will be exposed to moisture, abrasion, or wear. Common uses for film-faced plywood include concrete form-work, Shuttering, scaffolding, trailer floors, and stage flooring.