Santa Clara Marine Plywood vs. Ordinary Plywood
The term “ply” in plywood is derived from how this sheet material is made, basically by gluing together “plies” or thin layers of wood veneer, with the wood grains of each adjacent layer rotated 90 degrees from one another.
Santa Clara Marine Plywood on the other hand is made from higher grade veneer materials that are heavier and more structurally sound than ordinary veneer. These are manufactured using several plies of wood veneer with identical thickness and are produced using special adhesives and coating with negligible occurrence of voids and core gaps. These make Santa Clara Marine Plywood more resistant to weather and moisture damage.
Boat makers and users attest to the quality delivered by Santa Clara Marine Plywood. It is proven to withstand the rough and corrosive properties of salt water, and constant exposure to different weather condition. Santa Clara Marine Plywood made boats can stay longer at sea without chipping or rotting.
The Philippines being a tropical country, with mainly wet and dry season coupled, brings forth the need for more weather resilient buildings. Over the years, contractors has approved the quality delivered by Santa Clara Marine Plywood for building interior and exteriors. It’s ideal as wall and ceiling panels, and for roofs as plywood base for asphalt shingles.
Santa Clara Marine Plywood’s tested quality come as the primary reason why furniture makers prefer to use it in their products. Its time-tested durability translates to the quality of furnitures and guarantees it to last. It is mostly used for furnitures that often get wet or get soaked in water, such as kitchen cabinets, countertops, and tables. It is also as the premium base for decorative chairs, side and center tables, beds, and display cabinets.