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Product Code: 614410
Description: FIR AB MARINE PLYWOOD 3/4" 4'X10' EXTERIOR - OVERSIZED
 
Price: $113.00/PC
 

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MARINE AB FIR
SANDED PLYWOOD
EXTERIOR GRADE

3/4" 4'x10' -7 Ply
FULL THICK

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Material Safety Data Sheet
 
Product Specifications
 
Technical Information

NOT PRESERVATIVE TREATED

Whole piece rotary cut face, Fir wood every layer, Football patches on both faces, This material is used when appearance is not important.

Marine-Grade Plywood

For boat-building applications, a special grade of plywood, APA Marine Exterior, is available. Marine-grade plywood is a premium panel using the same fully waterproof glues as regular Exterior plywood, but manufactured with only Douglas-fir or Western Larch veneers, and with additional restrictions on veneer grade, core gaps, patches and other characteristics.

The grade of all plies of veneer is B or better. B-grade veneer may have knots but no knotholes. A-grade veneer has no knots or knotholes. Both A and B grade may contain wood or synthetic patches. Panels are sanded on both faces.  The maximum core-gap size permitted is 1/8 inch. Its exposure durability rating is EXTERIOR and the glue used is a fully waterproof structural adhesive. It is considered a "premium" panel grade for use in situations where these characteristics are required.

Marine-grade plywood is not treated with any chemicals to enhance its resistance to decay. If decay is a concern, it should be pressure-preservative treated to an appropriate standard. The detailed description of veneer grades and Marine-grade plywood is contained in Voluntary Product Standard PS 1-95 Construction and Industrial Plywood.

Marine grade should be used where bending strength is important, such as boat hulls. Basic Exterior-type plywood may be used for most other applications in boat construction. Plywood panels rated as Exterior but not Marine, such as A-B, A-A or C-C Exterior, may contain any other permissible species and contain C-grade veneer. Unless specially improved, C-grade veneer is permitted to contain knots and knotholes up to approximately 1-1/2 inches across, and the inner plies may have core gaps up to 1-inch wide.
                                                            

                      - Grade: AB
- Face Veneer: A grade Douglas Fir (9 single plugs maximum)
- Core Veneer: B grade or better Douglas Fir solid core
- Back Veneer: B grade Douglas Fir
- Adhesive: NAUF exterior, fully water resistant phenolic glue
- Sanding: Fully Sanded
- Patching Repairs - epoxy, no defects on faces, full sand and no edge putty


AB FIR MARINE PLYWOOD

- End Stamp: AB-EXT-PS 1-09-Marine-PTL-#

- Fully water resistant phenolic resin

- No open defects on faces Minimal core gaps

- Dimensionally stable

- NAUF (No added urea formaldehyde)

- Can be specified FSC certified panels


 



Specifications
**CARB COMPLIANT ***EXPOSURE DURABILITY CLASSIFICATION: Exterior ***COMMON THICKNESSES: 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4 ***NAUF - No Added Urea Formaldehyde *****APA - Manufactured to meet or exceed APA - The Engineered Wood Association performance standards PS 1-09 - Meets PS 1-09 standards for: Veneer grades, glue and bond durability, thickness requirements, testing procedures, finished plywood tolerances, identification and stamping guidelines.


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