Produced to Australian Standard AS/NZS 2269, plywood is an engineered wood product prepared from Type A Phenolic adhesive and well suited for load bearing applications. Our plywood panels are marked with mill code, bond type, and stress rating and audited by the EWPAA. They pass zero formaldehyde emission rating test.
Our slates are available in a wide range of colours, sizes and materials. They may be quarried in Spain, New Zealand, Newfoundland or Brazil, among other places. We offer high quality slates with unique colours that do not fade. Our roof slates are easy to maintain, do not erode, are largely pyrite-free and are highly durable.
Termiply® is especially treated to decrease vulnerability of the plywood towards termite attack. While it is well suited for walls and ceilings, it can also be used as a backing panel or bracing panel for the notice board fabric. To prevent moisture penetration, we offer a special sealing solution for the Termiply® intended for soffits or eaves.
We supply Acoustic plywood under the trade name Sonapanel®. It comes with termite resistance, fire retardancy certificate and an extremely effective acoustic system; attributes which makes Sonapanel® a perfect fit for home cinema setups, conference rooms, reception area and large class rooms.
MDF or Medium Density Fibreboard is prepared by combining broken down hardwood and softwood residuals with the help of wax and resin adhesives under high temperature and pressure conditions. MDF can be applied to indoor cabinetry and furniture just as well as it can be used for doors and partitions. MDF offers a smooth surface which is great for painting.
It is an engineered wood product prepared from chips or shavings of wood and bound by a resin which is kept pressed and pushed through a dye. It is a cheap alternative for those areas which do not demand plywood strength or aesthetic appearance. Particle board is more stable than veneer core plywood till the time it is not damaged by water.
Melamine is a thermally-bound paper finish saturated with resin and bonded into the core of a particleboard. It must be applied wisely as it does not resemble real wood. Melamine lends itself really well to indoor cabinetry. Homeowners love Melamine for its cheap price and durable surface which is achieved by aiming for a straight edge before running the saw.