• Economy product with limited properties
  • Suitable for structural use in buildings
  • Suitable for permanent use dry interior conditions only
  • Suitable for temporary use humid or wet conditions
  • Meets EN314-2 Bonding class 2
  • Meets EN636 Specification class 1
  • Available in 12mm & 18mm
  • Single and pack sizes available

Commercial Poplar Core Red Face Plywood

PRICE PER PACK. 2440 x 1220 (x 12 or 18mm)
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Meyer Commercial Red Hardwood Faced Poplar Plywood is a slightly enhanced range of Chinese plywood intended for those customers who require plywood suitable for structural use in buildings at an economical price. The EN314-2 Bond Class 1 effectively restricts the range of permanent applications to dry interior use only (EN335 Use Class 1). It can be used temporarily in damper environments, provided the expected service life is 28 days or less. The red hardwood face veneer gives the appearance of topical hardwood plywood but at a lower cost.

A great economy product with limited properties, suitable for structural use in buildings and suitable for permanent use dry interior conditions only.  Can be used for temporary use humid or wet conditions. It meets EN314-2 Bonding class 2, and EN636 Specification class 1.

Ideal applications include Internal wall strengthening, Cupboards, Furniture, Packing cases and temporary boarding up of windows.

In spite of the limited specification, Meyer Commercial Red Hardwood Faced Poplar Chinese Plywood is manufactured in factories for which Factory Production Control certificate has been issued by a body recognised by European Commission.

Dimensions / Pack Size: 12mm 2440 x 1220

  • Loose
  • Half pack (39 boards)
  • Full pack (78 boards)

Dimensions / Pack Size: 18mm 2440 x 1220

  • Loose
  • Half pack (26 boards)
  • Full pack (52 boards)


Plywood panels are made up of at least three thin layers (or plies) of wood, bonded together with a suitable adhesive. Each layer is usually orientated at a right angle to its adjacent layer. This creates impressive stiffness for a given thickness, which makes even some light weight panels suitable for challenging applications.

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