Sanded with P60 grain sandpaper on 2 faces. Finishing sanding with P150 is to be performed before applying the finish.
Glued with white glue of the D3 class compliant with the NF-EN-204 standard and formaldehyde-free.
8 to 10% : Kiln dried quality. This rate grants a great stability to the wood in all interior uses.
Thickness: +/- 1 mm | Width: +/- 1 mm | Length: +/- 1 mm
Fagus silvatica L.
Side A (best side)
Small healthy knots of diameter less than 1 cm, a few brown marks characteristic of beech in very limited quantity
Side B (worst side)
Identical to face A
See “Face A” for more details on the plywood quality. Length-wise wood grain for your panel.
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).
Exterior ply thickness
Upon receipt, your wood should be stored in a clean and dry location. It wood must be stored flat, without direct contact with the ground (e.g. on brackets). If you have to store several panels, separate each panel with brackets to allow air circulation on all faces.
The application of a finish is essential to protect your wood. To obtain a professional result, we recommend that you choose the finishing option (availability depending on product). If you wish to apply the finish yourself, refer to the application instructions of the finish product manufacturer.
An oiled finish must be renewed regularly (6 to 12 months depending on the type of product used). A varnished finish should be renewed when it shows signs of wear. Do not allow water to stagnate on the wood. Do not clean with abrasive products. Do not put the wood in contact with hot objects.