|Faces||A-C (A Grade core) or B-B (Low Grade core)|
|Bond||A-Bond or C-Bond|
|Emissions||Super E0 or E0|
|Standard||AS/NZS 2271 - 2004 / AS/NZS 2270 - 2006|
|Thicknesses||12.5, 15, 18, 25, 32mm|
|Dimensions||2400 x 1200, 2700 x 1200mm|
Furniture Grade Panel
Austral Multiply is a premium quality, furniture grade plywood panel, made from 100% Hoop Pine. Designed to make a feature of the edge, it is constructed using specially selected 1.5mm rotary peeled veneers, creating an even and aesthetically pleasing finish.
Austral Multiply is perfect for many furniture grade applications including tables, chairs, desks, benches and decorative partitions.
Austral Multiply is available in two grades depending on the requirements of your project:
- A-C (with “A” grade core) is our premium grade Multiply. The face is typically consistent and uniform, and exhibits a warm, wood appearance. The “A” grade core possesses minimal to no core voids, providing a high quality edge finish.
- B-B (with low grade core) presents a more natural appearance, using faces that exhibit natural characteristics. These include more swirling grain, colour variation and filled splits. The low grade core will contain some core voids, consistent with a natural wood look.
Choose the interior white glueline for best results
Multiply is available in a choice of glueline: black (Super E0, A-Bond) or white (E0, C-Bond). We recommend the interior white glueline for an attractive finish. Compare the photos below to see the difference.
Panel sizes available are 2400 x 1200mm and 2700 x 1200mm. Thicknesses available are 12.5, 15, 18, 25 and 32mm.
Austral Multiply is EWPAA approved and AFS certified and therefore suitable for Green Star projects.
If used as an interior wall or ceiling lining, we recommend Austral pre-finishing (click for more information).
Take care in free standing applications
Plywood is a natural product that can be affected by changes in ambient weather conditions, possibly causing previously flat sheets to bow. At Austral Plywoods all precautions are taken to ensure flatness at time of dispatch, however once the plywood has left our factory we cannot guarantee sheets to remain flat unless fastened. This is particularly important where free standing kitchen/cabinet doors are concerned.