IBuilt CoreClad Plywood cladding is a "Core" treated rough sawn plywood cladding product offering exceptional durability and strength.
Plywood veneer is peeled from the log on a rotary lathe, dried, treated then manufactured into plywood by placing veneers in a perpendicular orientation. Sheets are bonded with a permanent phenolic resin which is commonly referred to as a Type 'A' structural bond. The bond will not breakdown under heat, wet or cold conditions. The resulting sheets are then machined, rough sawn, grooved and shiplapped to form the finished cladding sheet.
Individual veneer treatment before manufacture ensures treatment to the core. Cut edges do not need to be re-treated Available in 2.4m, 2.7m and 3.0m long sheets Band sawn face for a rough textured finish Supplied with 12mm wide vertical grooves Un-grooved ply available for batten applications Manufactured from high strength plantation Hoop Pine (F14) Manufactured to AS/NZS2269:2004 and third party certified by the EWPAA Meets the Durability requirements of the NZBC for claddings Chain of Custody Certified by PEFC Install to E2/AS1 NZBC
CoreClad has a 'pass™' (Product Assurance Supplier Statement). A pass™ makes a clear, rigorous statement that CoreClad complies with all the necessary regulations and legislation. It also summarises CoreClads purpose, the scope of its use and any limitations.
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