C birch veneer
This Baltic birch plywood is the lowest grade available. The plywood will have inferior wood on both sides. Additionally, this type of plywood will include flaws like big knots or voids. The Baltic birch plywood is laminated on both sides with a single C (commercial) grade.
This particular grade of Baltic birch, which is typically used for structural applications, may include minor cracks in addition to the flaws like knots, patches, and streaks that were stated earlier.
Patches, visible knots, and minor veneer breaks are permitted. Small core voids and veneer lap are acceptable. The panel would be utilized for structural purposes and is not sanded.
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C Birch plywood veneer grade catalogue
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It permits splits, repairs, tiny patches, and open knots. Small voids are permitted. The panel can be used for construction because it essentially doesn’t contain any sand.
Not sanded: C. Open flaws in the wood’s structure and processing flaws are acceptable.
Applications include furniture on the outside and inside, cabinets, joinery, flooring, wall paneling, stairs, partitions, and cheerleading (sprung) floors.
Options for processing include staining, painting, oiling, and waxing birch plywood. It is appropriate for HD picture printing and CNC routing. For laser cutting, birch plywood with internal adhesive is appropriate.
The face veneers’ look is unimportant because it barely affects their strength. We employ grade C/C NS for our products, which implies that the face veneers may have knots, cracks, holes up to 4 cm in diameter, and are not sanded. We occasionally have to select a higher grade because there aren’t always enough of this grade to satisfy demand. Due to their mixing, the various components’ appearances may vary greatly.
|Faces||C birch veneer both sides, sanded,Suitable for decorative use|
|Glue emission level||E0, P2, WBP,MR|
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