It is made from several thin layers of wooden veneers stacked over one another. These veneers, called plies, are firmly glued to each other so that they don’t come apart easily. The number of plies in every plywood sheet is usually an odd number, such as 3-ply, 5-ply, 7-ply, etc. While stacking the veneers over one another, it is ensured that the grain direction of the plies in adjacent layers is perpendicular to each other. Because of this, the plywood board becomes strong in both directions.
The two most well-known types are:
Commercial plywood: (IS-303) It is Interior grade plywood meant for indoor use made using UF resins. Used in home and office furniture. It is Moisture resistant (MR grade) but it is not waterproof.
Marine plywood: (IS-710) it is exterior grade plywood meant for outdoor use made using phenolic resins for marine applications such as boats and ships, also Used in kitchen and outdoor area.
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