Plywood is probably the most popular and versatile man-made woodworking material available in home centers today. Plywood is strong and flexible, and good for building furniture and cabinetry, and many other undertakings.

Plywood is a laminated product made up of numerous thin strips of wood laid in alternating directions and bonded with glue into strong, stable sheets. Because of this construction method, plywood is less susceptible to expansion and shrinkage.

We offer a wide range of plywood like:

Boiling Water Resistant Plywood

Oriply brings you BWR with latest technology which is specially treated to reduce levels of dangerous chemical emissions, making your home and office safer for you to live in. Oriply BWR Grade plywood is made from Hardwood Timber; Core and Face Veneers are Phenol Formaldehyde (PF) Resin bonded. No rubber wood or inferior wood is used and Latest Glue Line Technology is adopted in the process to make it 100% borer proof. It is also chemically impregnated for better resistance to stability and durability and to impart termite and borer proof properties.

Moisture Resistant Plywood

Oriply MR Grade Plywood is made of hardwood and is amongst the best. Both the inner core and the outer surfaces are made from superior quality wood and bonded with Urea Formaldehyde Resin .

Commercial Grade Plywood

Oriply Commercial Plywood is made of hardwood and is amongst the best. Both the inner core and the outer surface is made from superior quality wood and is bonded by Urea Formaldehyde Resin.

Because of the way in which plywood is constructed, it also resists cracking, bending, warping, and shrinkage, depending upon its thickness. Plywood is treated in many different ways depending upon its intended application. Precisely at Oriply, we create a range of Plywood, giving the consumer the choice to choose from a variety of Plywood.

Shuttering Ply

Shuttering Plywood is a highly densified plywood with a smooth film coating on both sides of the faces and is used primarily for cement form works during construction. The plywood is generally pressed to a thickness of 12 mm with a density of 750 Kg/cubic meter to ensure it supports the weight of poured concrete

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