Industrial Select Grade Plywood
Our Industrial Select grade plywood is a downfall plywood that has been manually re-sorted to pull out the best of the available downfall grades. You'll find a good quality appearance, no major delams or blowouts, and a fully square edge panel. It's priced roughly 15-20% less than regular rated sheathing plywood.
It's a great option for boxing, crating, packaging, agriculture, bins, plyform, and other industrial applications.
Features & Benefits:
-Downfall Industrial grade plywood that has been manually re-sorted to pull out the best quality
-Great overall value - priced roughly 15-20% less than regular rated sheathing
-Excellent option for packaging, crating, boxing, bins, plyform, simple construction, and other industrial applications
-All panels will be within tolerance on thickness and have four good square edges
-Delamination no longer than 12", missing veneer to exceed 1", and no more than one defect per panel
-Each panel is placed the best face facing up within the unit
Virtual Unit & Sample Product Photos:
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Can I used this for regular sheathing on construction.
A: No - this is not APA approved for residential or commercial sheathing. This is a downfall grade that is meant for other industrial applications.
Q: Will this have a lot of delamination and defects?
A: Overall, you'll actually find that the vast majority of pieces are of good quality with a good face and solid layup. You will get the occasional piece (one out of every 15-20 pieces) that will have some bigger defects, but it can be easily set aside as a cut piece.
Q: What grade is this?
A: This is a proprietary grade called select. In Yellow Pine Plywood, there are three major buckets of product quality - Rated Sheathing (your standard construction grade), Mill Certified (which is the first fall down), and then Shop grade (which is basically everything else). This Select grade takes units of Shop and Mill Certified plywood and manually re-sorts them to pull out just the good quality face sheets that have limited defects.
Q: What are good applications for this product?
A: Anywhere where you need a lower cost plywood and aren't concerned with pristine quality. Areas like packaging, crating, boxing, bins, plyform, and other industrial applications are ideal for this product.