Film faced phenolic Birch Plywood features a surface paper film
impregnated with a phenolic resin and applied under heat and pressure. It was originally used primarily for fine faced concrete work and vehicle building. Phenolic plywood is also now used in access towers and scaffolding systems.

The plywood is edge sealed to minimise the ingress of water.

Film faced plywood is available with a smooth glass like finish on both faces or with a mesh pattern imprinted on the face to improve anti slip properties.

The surfaces are hard wearing, and different weights of film are available to suit the abrasion and wearing performance required.

Standard sizes:

2440 x 1220mm
2500 x 1250mm

Larger sheets can be produced using scarf joints.
Glue line: WBP (exterior)

Standard thicknesses:

6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 18mm, 21mm, 24mm

The plywood can be supplied cut to exact sizes to eliminate waste and save on manufacturing costs.