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The difference between marine plywood and plywood


The main differences between marine plywood and plywood are their application standards and material properties. Marine plywood is a special type of plywood that complies with the BS1088 standard set by the British Standards Institution, a standard for marine plywood. The structure of marine boards is usually a multi-layer structure, but its adhesive has waterproof and moisture-resistant properties, which makes marine boards superior to ordinary multi-layer boards in terms of waterproof and moisture resistance. Additionally, marine boards are generally more stable due to the use of specific adhesives and materials. Applications for marine boards include yachts, cabins, ships and exterior wood construction, and are sometimes referred to as “waterproof multi-layer boards” or “marine plywood”.


Post time: Mar-22-2024