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Birch Ply

Class without compromise

Excellent interior and exterior solution for demanding conditions.


Birch ply is a highly tensile, durable, and temperature and moisture resistant plywood. Composed of multiple layers of birch veneers, faced with a natural whole piece birch veneer of 1.4mm thickness, this affordable yet versatile ply, can be used in almost any way, ranging from home furnishing to creating storages for your trade.

Applications :

  • All types of furniture

  • Kitchen cabinets

  • Bathroom furniture

  • Garden & bungalow furniture

  • Children’s furniture, playing grounds, toys

  • Building and construction

  • Floors

  • Doors and door surfaces

  • Wooden Homes

  • Internal and external design

  • Sound insulation latticework

  • Packaging

  • Souvenirs

  • Musical instruments

  • Trade and storage equipment

Advantages :

1. Aesthetic Advantage

Birch is the most popular choice for home furnishings. It offers a lustrous, rich and elegant finish to all products. Take it stained or untreated, smoothened or left as it is – this versatile plywood looks good in each case.

2. Strength Advantage

Birch plywood is known for its durability. Layering three or more layers of birch forms the plywood. This adds a great amount of stability and strength to the plywood.


3. Safety Advantage

Birch plywood is the wood of choice for most furniture and toy makers because it does not have many knots or jagged edges. It is smooth and is not known to splinter or crack. It is most suited for any child-friendly construction.


4. Price Advantage

In addition to its great aesthetics, safety and durability, birch plywood is extremely affordable. It’s used in combination with more expensive hardwoods with great ease. If you are choosing hardwood floor for your interior, team with birch wood cabinets to up the appeal.

5. Environmental Advantage

Birch trees are rapid growing and plantations are easily regenerated. Originating in northern Europe (mainly Finland and the Baltic) and Russia, the Birch is known to not disrupt biodiversity when felled. Choose birch ply for uncompromised quality and an undamaged biodiversity.

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