What grade is PureBond plywood?
PureBond® Plywood In Stock All panels are grade C-3 which allows for small openings in the core and knots in the veneer.
What size do ply boards come in?
As described, the most common size for a sheet of plywood is 4 x 8 feet. Hardwood plywood is also available in sizes 2 x 2 feet, 2 x 4 feet, and 4 x 4 feet. Utility plywood is available in sheets that are longer, measuring 4 x 10 feet.
Is PureBond plywood waterproof?
Additionally, PureBond is even more water resistant than UF panels. PureBond panels with formaldehyde-free technology have out-performed UF bonded panels in all moisture degradation tests. This award-winning innovation can be yours for what you’d pay for traditional veneer core hardwood plywood options.
What is PureBond wood?
PureBond plywood utilizes a soy-based, alternative to toxic, formaldehyde-based resins. In other words, PureBond replaces a toxic substance with a completely non-toxic substance. Our wood is sourced from sustainably harvested North American forests, a renewable resource.
Where is PureBond plywood made?
PureBond plywood being manufactured at Columbia Forest Products’ Old Fort, NC facility. Columbia has 10 manufacturing sites in the US and Canada for hardwood plywood and veneer.
What does FSC mean with plywood?
Forest Stewardship Council
FSC®-Certified Wood Green Building Standards Plywood Columbia Forest Products is no stranger to the leading forest certification program in the global marketplace today – the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC).
Is PureBond plywood Food Safe?
PureBond, one of the leading developers in the United States of formaldehyde-free plywood, uses a proprietary food-grade, soy adhesive that is also non-toxic, LEED green building certified, and competitively priced.
Is soy based Purebond adhesive waterproof?
The material is even more water resistant than UF panels – approaching the requirements for Type I, or their waterproof performance. The soy base adhesive is based on the work of Dr. And not only did they deliver phenomenal adhesion, they also offered exceptional water resistance.
What is Aspen plywood used for?
Also known as Quaking Aspen. Used as lumber, flooring, veneers, inlays and turnings. Straight, with a uniform medium texture.