About Plywood


MAKING OF SARKAR PLYWOOD

SARKAR Plywood is formed when multiple sheets of veneer are glued together face to face so that the direction of the grain on each sheet is at right angles to that of the adjoining sheet. This is known as cross banding and results in a more even distribution of strength over the whole sheet. An odd number of layers is used so that the grain direction of the face and the back are the same.
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RUBBER WOOD - TECH & SPEC DETAS

Rubber plantations have existed for hundreds of years in tropical countries.
These plantations have been used mainly for the production of latex. After the economic life of the rubber tree, which is generally 30 years, the latex yields become extremely low and the planters then cut the rubber trees and plant new ones.
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SARKAR PLYWOOD RUBBER WOOD

Wood has been used by us for a very long time for construction and other purposes. Forest’s were the main source of wood. As the global population increases so does the demand for wood. With the industrial revolution the demand went further up. The indiscriminate deforestation is showing signs of global warming, melting of polar ice, rising of sea water level, draught and consequent destruction.
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SARKAR PLYWOOD VS CHINESE PLYWOOD

Chinese plywood is made using softwood like Poplar and Meranti. They have another quality, which they call 'combi', which is a combination of Poplar and Meranti. Both the materials are softwood but Meranti being red in colour gives a feel and look of hardwood. None of the above can be successfully or technically used in Formwork or exterior work.
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