HLM Plywood Sandwich panels
HLM plywood Sandwich panel features

Our Plywood Sandwich Panels consist of three layers, including two outer surfaces made of fibre-reinforced plastic and an inner Plywood core.

Plywood is a type of wood panel made from thin layers of wood veneer, called plies or laminae, that are glued together with the grain of each layer perpendicular to the adjacent layer. This cross-grain construction gives plywood its strength and stability.

The plywood core provides structural integrity, stability, and rigidity to the panel, while the outer layers provide additional strength, protection, and desired aesthetics. The combination of materials in plywood sandwich panels allows for a wide range of properties and applications. The plywood core provides excellent strength and stability, making the panels suitable for load-bearing applications. Despite their strength, plywood sandwich panels are relatively lightweight, making them easier to handle and install compared to solid wood or other heavy materials.

It is important to note that the specific properties and performance of plywood sandwich panels can vary depending on the type of plywood, outer layers, and manufacturing process used. Therefore, it is essential to consider the intended application and consult with manufacturers or experts to ensure the appropriate panel is chosen for the specific project requirements.

By choosing our Plywood Sandwich Panels, you can benefit from high quality products made to fit your requirements and requests.

Plywood sandwich panels are commonly used in construction, particularly in applications that require lightweight yet strong and durable panels. Some common applications include wall and roof panels, flooring systems, doors, furniture, and cabinetry.

Application area

M2 Panels Produced