9mm Hardwood Plywood (L) 2440mm x (W) 1220mm

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Product Details: 

  • Material: Plywood
  • Timber Type: Hardwood 
  • Length: 2400mm  
  • Width: 1220mm
  • Thickness: 9mm 
  • Pack Quantity: 
  • Product Code: 5059340257327

Given that this is a natural product, the colour and finish are only representational and may differ slightly.


In terms of 9mm Plywood Hardwood Faced Structural Grade, there won't be any bending or warping. Complying with the structural plywood's minimum thickness requirement of 9 mm, the sheets include a hardwood face and a visually appealing smooth, sanded surface.
Installing flooring or roofing made of this type of premium plywood is one of its greatest uses.
Additionally, this strong and adaptable sheet material may be used for a variety of construction projects. This sturdy board, which is composed of many layers of thin veneer wood, is frequently used for roofing, walls, and flooring.
The sheets have a single-piece face veneer and a hardwood face. Its major components include a range of light hardwoods, Poplar or a mix of these. 


 As long as all edges are sealed, the cross-layered timber veneered panel offers reliable strength and stability for applications both inside and outside (such as external wall panels and claddings).

  • Interior vehicle building,
  • Furniture,
  • Flooring,
  • Packing containers,
  • Storage boxes,
  • Trailer linings,
  • Sheds and
  • General joinery.

Key Features:

These hardwood plywood sheets provide strength and durability in addition to a number of other long-term advantages.

  • Versatility: If correctly sealed, 9mm plywood may be used for both interior and exterior joinery, among other general-purpose uses. In addition, the sheets are simple to deal with and may be drilled, moulded, and cut to fit your requirements.
  • Strength: The cross-graining method used in its production gives it a high strength-to-weight ratio. Furthermore, it offers a great degree of impact resistance.
  • Complies with adhesive class 2 of EN314-2.
  • CE recognised; service class EN636 Class 2.
  • Durability: Made to withstand bending and warping.
  • look: Plywood may provide furniture pieces like doors and cabinets a sleek finish because of its aesthetically pleasing look and smooth sanded surface.

Cross Graining:

Hardwood Plywood is an engineered wood made by slicing wood into thin veneers which are heat bonded with resin adhesive in a process called cross graining. 

Essentially, it is the practice of orienting the grain of each plywood layer at right angles to the one below it. This creates a criss-cross pattern that improves strength and rigidity.

There are a few key reasons why cross graining is so essential in the creation process of plywood: 

  1. It facilitates more even weight distribution along the material's surface. This is since each layer supports the one above it, as opposed to the weight being concentrated in one place.
  1. Plywood with cross graining is less prone to distort or warp with time. Plywood may bend or twist out of shape more easily when all the grain is facing the same way. However, alternating grain avoids warping and makes deformation of the plywood considerably more difficult.
  2. Plywood with cross graining has increased tension and compression strength. It can therefore bear a greater amount of pressure without cracking or drooping.