Plywood with phenol film


A plywood foliated with a phenol film is wood-based board of improved properties (resistance to water, sanding through) composed of glued plies of wood (outer and middle veneers), whereat the directions of fibre of adjacent plies are staggered by 90°. There are various types of plywood by wood species:

  • Birch – birch plywood 100%
  • Beech – beech plywood 100%
  • Birch, alder, beech – deciduous plywood
  • Birch, alder, beech, pine – combi deciduous plywood

Technical plywood is produced on the basis of phenol-formaldehyde resin as water-resistant, for use in exterior conditions (according to PN-EN 636), meeting the requirements of 3 gluing class quality according to PN-EN 314-2.

Basic data: 

Types of surface structure:
one side foliated smooth, one side foliated with wire mesh imprint, one side foliated with ring imprint, one side foliated with HEXA, both sides foliated smooth, both sides foliated with one side wire mesh imprint, both sides foliated with one side ring imprint, both sides foliated with one side HEXA.

Standard sizes:
2500x1250 mm,
2440x1220 mm,
2130x1250 mm,
2130x1220 mm

other on request

Thickness range:
4-35 mm

680-740 kg/m3

Additional information: 
Type of film Weight
Brown phenol film (standard) 160 g/m2
Brown phenol film (improved resistance to grindability) 320 g/m2
Brown phenol film (improved resistance to grindability) 480 g/m2
  • cutting to smaller sizes
  • straight and profiled finishing of the edges, drilling, milling of grooves, slots, rabbets - in CNC centres



Boarding and shuttering systems, platforms of scaffoldings, in means of transport for interior and as floors of vehicles, containers, ships, platforms and floors of industrial halls and public utility facilities, where improved durability of materials is required.