Filed Under (Knowledge) by Mason Pan on February-22-2008

Formwork PlywoodFormwork/shuttering is a kind of usage of plywood . Formwork plywood can also be called Shuttering Plywood . Film faced plywood / MDO faced plywood / Wood veneer faced plywood can all be used as Form Work .

The glue for Formwork plywood are WBP glue . But if you require an economical Formwork plywood for small concrete projects, MR glue can also be your choice, too . As far as I know, some Chinese construction company use MR glue Formwork Plywood for small concrete projects .

Film faced plywood is the commonly / widely used Formwork . Surface film is paper impregnated with a glue/resin . Film faced Formwork plywood have improved resistance to abrasion, moisture penetration, chemicals, insects and fungi. They have a smooth hygienic, easy to clean surface. Usually, the color of film is dark brown (120 g/m2) and black (240 g/m2) . But other colors such as green, yellow or transparent are also available . Heavier films than usual are available, too .

MDO faced plywood is a kind of film faced plywood . MDO stands for medium density overlay (paper), which is much better/expensive than the surface film for ordinary film faced plywood . So MDO faced plywood is most expensive among the three kinds of Formwork plywood .

Wood veneer faced plywood is cheapest among the three . In order to use formwork easily , people will print a kind of glue/oil to the face/back of wood veneer faced formwork plywood during production . Because of the glue/oil on the face/back, wood veneer faced formwork plywood can be easily removed from the concrete .

All kinds of Formwork plywood are edge sealed by painting to minimize moisture/water penetration during usage .

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ya****** on March 21st, 2008 at 2:46 pm #

i need formwork plywood

s****** on May 4th, 2008 at 1:45 am #

productwise technical details with unit price is required to finalise rate contract on all india level basis from company behalf.

sam****** on October 13th, 2008 at 9:06 am #

We would like to import your laminated formwork plywoods .
We want 18mm thick and brown or black laminated formwork plywoods of highest quality.

hari****** on December 27th, 2008 at 7:47 pm #

what is the minimum thickness of plywood to be used for 200mm thick rcc slab

Suppliers of of Shuttering Plywood on September 29th, 2009 at 12:22 am #

hmmm, nice blog , i hav came to know usefull info about Suppliers of Shuttering Plywood threw this blog.

Mason Pan on September 29th, 2009 at 5:33 am #

WBP glue is not edible.

Jac****** on January 27th, 2010 at 12:03 am #

PE can also be melted to provide an alternative protection to film

can check the various tests carried out

naren on February 11th, 2015 at 12:33 am #

hi im looking for 18mm and 21mm shutter ply boards imported to durban south africa

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