Birch Plywood Panels, 3-40 mm* 1250-1500 mm* 2500-3000 mm

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Plywood type Natural Plywood
Type of species - face type European Hardwood
Species - face Birch
Type of species - inner plies - alternate plies European Hardwood
Species - inner plies - alternate plies Birch
Type of species - backface European Hardwood
Species - backface Birch


Volume 30 - 600 m3 per month Convert
Thickness 3-40 mm  Convert
Width 1250; 1220; 1525; 1500 mm Convert
Length 2500; 2440; 1525; 3050; 3000 mm Convert
Glue Ureic
Class B/BB, BB/BB, BB/CP, BB/C, CP/CP, CP/C, C/C
Certificates and export documents FSC
Usage Interior
Surface finish sanded & finished
Finish orientation face & backface
Certification FSC
Birch Plywood is renowned for its use in architectural and joinery applications. The versatility in its beautiful colour and grain detail mean it’s suitable for both interior and exterior use.

Birch Plywood can also be used for furniture, shop fitting, wall and ceiling finishing, bench tops, laminated products and DIY projects.

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Price On demand EUR per m3 Convert
Incoterm DDP - delivered, all transport and duties are paid by the seller.
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