MAXI Plywood clears the common misconception that marine plywood is the ‘only’ plywood capable of withstanding exposure to moisture. While marine plywood is recommended for any plywood application where the timber will be directly immersed in water for a period of time as in boat building and other marine activities, MAXI Plywood advises that birch plywood offers a more functional alternative for design applications requiring general moisture resistance. Birch plywood is a suitable alternative in wet area applications. Specifically designed with structural strength for greater impact resistance as well as to absorb the effects of water movement and pressure, marine plywood is manufactured to the very highest standard with both ply faces being A grade veneer and totally defect-free. Examples include Hoop Pine Plywood meeting Australian Standard AS/NZS2272; or Pink Marine Ply meeting British Standard BS1088. MAXI Birch is manufactured from premium B/BB grade Northern European Birch timber, a cold climate timber featuring close growth rings to provide exceptional long-lasting strength and durability for the core and veneer ply layers. MAXI Plywood specialises in birch plywood sheet...