18mm Bleached Poplar Plywood for Kitchen Cabinets

  • 18mm Bleached Poplar Plywood for Kitchen Cabinets
  • 18mm Bleached Poplar Plywood for Kitchen Cabinets
  • shandong
  • ISO,CE
  • <>18mm
  • 1
  • $11.00-$28.00/ Piece
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Product Description:

Size 915mm*1830mm/1220mm*2440mm upon customer request.
Thickness&Tolerance 1-21mm or upon request,-0.5mm
Surface Pine veneers
Edge Sealed with water proof acrylic paint, color usually same as film color or upon request.
Glue Melamine, Phenolic WBP
Hot press time 2 time hot press .
Moisture 8%-12% at the time of shipment
Usage Real estate construction /formwork panel/construction plywood for exterior use.

Main Features:
1)The surface is flat. 
2) Because the double-sided expansion coefficient of the plate is the same, it is not easily deformed.
3) Bright colors. 
4) The surface is more wear-resistant. 
5) Corrosion resistant. 

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