Austral Plywoods is the only manufacturer of Australia marine plywood that complies with Australian Standards.
Super E0 formaldehyde emission rating
Our Marine products are certified to Super E0 (view certificate), the lowest emission rating obtainable.
None of the marine species are naturally durable and preservative treatment is required in Australia marine plywood used in many marine environments such as boat hulls, pontoons and marina applications.
All cut edges should therefore be re-treated in situ. As most preservatives affect resorcinol bonding, advice should be sought from adhesive and preservative manufacturers if gluing of preservative treated plywood is intended.
Hoop Pine Australia marine plywood manufactured by Austral Plywoods possesses a stress grade of F17. This superior stress grade is attributable to our premium Hoop Pine resource, the efficient utilisation of that resource, and a commitment to quality manufacture. Australia marine plywood manufactured to BS1088, as imported into Australia, does not have predictable structural performance.
Australia marine plywood to AS/NZS 2272 - 2006 has two A grade faces and a Type A bond. In the Australian Standards grading system therefore it has a grading of AA-A bond. There is no second grade Australia marine plywood.
Australia marine plywood to AS/NZS 2272 - 2006 should be used in hulls of boats and where specified in other marine applications and in aircraft construction. Australia marine plywood to overseas standards must not be substituted for AS/NZS 2272 - 2006 Australia marine plywood. For assured performance Australia marine plywood should be branded with the "EWPAA Tested" Australia marine plywood stamp.
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