The quality of plywood is determined by several factors, including the type of wood used for the veneers, the thickness and number of veneers, and the glue used to bond the veneers together. Different grades of plywood are available for different applications, with higher grades generally being more expensive and higher quality.
PLYWOOD (ISI : 303)
BWR & MR GRADE
PLYWOOD (ISI : 710)
KONGO (ISI:303) BWR & MR GRADE
KONGO Plywood is manufactured with hard wood core blend and is available in moisture resistant and boiling water resistant grades. Even though the plywood making is ancient one, the constant research and development in the field of synthetic resins and improved machineries, the plywood has come to be a high resistant replacement timber quite convenient and highly versatile in all applications and uses. KONGO Plywood can be used in any application where high quality is preferred. It is resistant to cracks, breaking or shrinkage.
KONGO (ISI:710 ) MARINE GRADE
KONGO Marine plywood is specially made by exposing to high water levels and scientifically treated plywood that is designed to resist not or decompose in a high-moisture environment. KONGO Marine plywood is frequently used in the construction of docks, boats and in other damp areas. High Density wood with superior mechanical properties are used in the manufacture of KONGO Marine Plywood. We hace 3 ranges of 710 Marine Plywoods A) 100% Gurjan Timber, B) 100% Imported Hardwood, C) Gurjan With Eucalyptus.