Marine Plywood is used as a building material in a marine setting, such as ships or docks. Marine Plywood performs well in wet conditions, humidity, or anywhere it will be exposed to prolonged moisture. Unlike most woods, it will resist the bending, warping, or delaminating which can often result from too much moisture. This increases the durability and structural strength of Marine Plywood making it a good choice for marine construction.
Marine Plywood can be used for storage shelving, cabinets, furniture, boat house, playhouses, overlay applications, outdoor signs, boat building, docks and more.
Marine-grade plywood, often called Marine plywood, is manufactured from durable face and core veneers with few defects; so, it performs longer in both humid and wet conditions and resists delaminating and fungal attack. Its construction is such that it can be used in environments where it is exposed to moisture for long periods. Each wood veneer will be from tropical hardwoods, and will have negligible core gap, limiting the chance of trapping water in the plywood and hence providing a solid and stable glue bond. It uses an exterior Water and Boil Proof (WBP) glue similar to most exterior plywood.