Applications
Laminating/ Veneering
Furniture
Exhibitions/ Displays
Construction/ Joinery
Toy/ Model Making
Commercial/ Leisure Vehicles
Boat/ Yacht Building
Shop/ Bar Fitting
Laser Cutting
Theatre Sets
Product Features
  • Available with PEFC™ or  FSC® certification.
  • High uniformity on face and back veneers.
  • Lightweight construction.
  • Glue Bond ideal for laser cutting.
  • Ultra Low Emitting Formaldehyde (ULEF)
  • Moisture content between 8 and 13%.
  • Sustainable plantation species.
Applicable Standards
  • BS EN 313 – Plywood classification & terminology.
  • BS EN 314 – Plywood bonding quality.
  • BS EN 635 – Plywood classification by surface appearance.
  • BS EN 636 – Plywood specification.
Environment

Panguaneta Poplar Thoughout Plywood is  PEFC™ certified, with  FSC® available on request.

The Poplar used in Poplar Throughout Plywood is a very specific strain of the fast-growing I-214 Italian clone specifically developed for the plywood industry and it is harvested in Northern Italy on the banks of the River Po. The species is synonymous with environmental protection as it is known to improve the quality of air and water, protect the biodiversity of natural habitats and is a renewable and sustainable resource.

Panguaneta has implemented and plays a leading role in an exemplary programme for the sustainable development of the Poplar industry in Italy; the ‘100% Poplar Made in Italy’ label. The company is also a member of the world organisation ‘Pro-Populus’ which is active in the promotion and environmental safeguarding of poplar trees.

Panguaneta does not make use of wood harvested from areas where traditions or civil rights have been violated or where there are ongoing armed conflicts. All timber found in Panguaneta Poplar Plywood is from areas that have not been menaced or illegally cultivated nor do they source from from natural areas converted into plantations with genetically modified trees (GMOs).

 

Poplar Throughout Plywood Grades & Properties
B
BB
Quick Reference Guide - Plywood
Applicable Products
Typical Applications
Use Class (see definitions)
Applicable Standards
Minimum Requirements
Internal applications with minimal exposure to moisture.
All internal joinery, flooring underlay, pipe boxing, doors, hatches, weight saving applications etc.
Internal joinery with temporary exposure during construction.
Flooring, walls, roof decking, linings, hoardings, protection etc.
All internal and external joinery which may be submitted to long term exposure to wetting/weather.
Construction - Floors, walls, roof decking, soffits, linings, signs etc
1 - Dry
2 - Humid
3 - Exterior
EN 13986 - Wood-based panels for use in construction
EN 636:2012+A1:2015
Plywood specifications
EN 314-2 - Plywood bond quality
EN 310 - Bending test
EN 13986 - Wood-based panels for use in construction
EN 636:2012+A1:2015
Plywood specifications
EN 314-2 - Plywood bond quality
EN 335 - Durability of wood and wood-based panel products
EN 310 - Bending test
EN 13986 - Wood-based panels for use in construction
EN 636:2012+A1:2015
Plywood specifications.
EN 314-2 Plywood bond quality
EN 335 - Durability of wood and wood-based panel products
EN 310 - Bending test
CE Marked
Class 1
Class 1
Refer to test data
CE Marked
Class 2
Class 2
Class 2**
Refer to test data
CE Marked
Class 3
Class 3
Class 3**
Refer to test data
Sizes & Availability

Panguaneta Plywood is available in a wide range of thicknesses and sizes. Please view the Panguaneta Brochure in the ‘Downloads & Links’ section to view the full range of products available.

Grades below are determined in reference to EN 635.

Size
3mm
4mm
6mm
9mm
12mm
15mm
18mm
25mm
Grade
AB/AB
AB/AB
AB/AB
AB/BB
B/BB
B/BB
B/BB
B/BB
2500mm x 1220mm
3120mm x 1220mm