In stock - Estimated delivery between 21/02 and 24/02
Types of wood Spruce
Vernacular name Picea excelsa Link
Side A (best side) Surface with closed joints, a few slightly marked rings, healthy knots and small isolated black knots tolerated, reduced area of pith (= center of the tree trunk) possible. Possible presence of slight natural cracks that do not alter the solidity of the panel. Cracks filled or not.
Exterior ply See “Face A” for more details on the plywood quality. Length-wise wood grain for your panel.
Exterior ply thickness 5.5 mm
Central ply Core made up of butt-jointed glued-laminated solid wood planks glued to the exterior ply at right angles (90°) to them (end grain at the sides of the panel). Presence of &eacu
Side B (worst side) Identical to face A
AW 100: the panels may be used in a protected exterior setting.
However, the formation of numerous cracks and joint ruptures is possible in case of use in exterior settings
8 to 10%:
Kiln dried quality. This rate grants a great stability to the wood in all interior uses.
Finishing Sanded with P60 grain sandpaper on 2 faces. Finishing sanding with P150 is to be performed before applying the finish.
Thickness: +/- 1 mm
Width: +/- 1 mm
Length: +/- 1 mm
Wood grain Straight
Certification PEFC™ 70% - PEFC/10-31-2383
Standard CE EN 13353 conformity label
As per EN 13986:
D-s2,d0: fire behaviour class D (= normal flammable); smoke development s2: limited smoke development; d0: no burning droplets or particles