Plywood is wood veneers bonded together to produce a flat sheet. An extremely versatile product, plywood is used for a wide range of structural, interior and exterior applications – from formwork through to internal panelling. It is a sheet material manufactured from thin layers of wood veneer that are glued together.
SangrilaPly as a Plywood Manufacturer and Distributor
It was established in 2007 by the two brothers Gehendra Bahadur Basnet and Jitendra Basnet. It gained ISO 9001:2008 certifications for two of its major brands: Sangrila Ply and Siddhartha Ply. We believe in the integration of bio and forest industries into a new, sustainable and innovation-driven future. It is located at the Dang valley. We use wood and design them to the shape of human life by following the stated jurisdiction. We stand against all the illegal and unlawful use and supply of wood fair and square.
Features of Sangrila Plywood
Some of the features of Sangrila Plywood are :
- High uniform strength – wood is 25-45 times stronger along the grain than across the grain. Crossing the adjacent sheets tends to equalise the strength in all directions.
- Freedom from shrinking, swelling and warping – Solid wood exhibits considerable movement across the grain but generally negligible shrinkage or swelling in a longitudinal plane.
- Non-splitting qualities -solid wood splits fairly readily along the grain
- Availability of relatively large sizes – Sawn timber can be obtained in fairly long lengths but only in relatively narrow widths.
- Dense woods can be sliced and bonded into plywood panels for use in furniture construction.
- Ease of fabrication of curved surfaces – The trend of modern architectural design is to feature curved surfaces. The desired shapes can be readily fabricated in plywood construction.
- High impact resistance, surface dimensional stability, chemical resistance, high strength to weight ratio.
Advantages of Sangrila Ply
The advantages of using the Sangrila Plywood are:
- It has a very good strength and durability compared to Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF).
- It is available in different thicknesses ranges from 6mm to 32mm.
- Plywood usually made out of different wood species.
- It is less susceptible to water damage.
- It can be easily polished or painted.
- It can provide a smooth surface for laminate or veneer to stick on.
- It can hold screws well.
- It can be cut in any shapes.
- It is resistive to shrinking, warping, twisting and cracking.