All our products are Revolutionary, High Quality, and Cost Effective. Our featured product is TRUMPLY - Film Faced Shuttering Plywood, multi-layered plywood panel made throughout from machine, composed of A-Grade Rubberwood (Plantation Hardwood) core; 12mm TRUMPLY - Film Faced Shuttering plywood having 9 layers and 18mm TRUMPLY - Film Faced Shuttering plywood having 13 layers in a single-sheet. All layers/veneers are bonded with 100% WBP Phenolic glue. Film quality is 130 GSM which provides attractive surface mirror/architectural finish, no plastering required. TRUMPLY has been tested & certified by “SHRIRAM INSTITUTE FOR INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH” according to IS 4990 – 2011 RA 2017 and TRUMPLY passed with flying colours. TRUMPLY's each and every layer/veneer assembly is calibrated with perfect right angles during the manufacturing process, while local RED-Ply (Shuttering Plywood) is not calibrated at all.
Repetitions of 12mm TRUMPLY - Film Faced Shuttering Plywood in horizontal application are upto 20 depending upon good site practices and in vertical application are upto 35 depending on good site practices, and repetitions of 18mm TRUMPLY - Film Faced Shuttering Plywood in horizontal application are upto 25 depending upon good site practices and in vertical application are upto 40 depending on good site practices, which is more than DOUBLE OF LOCAL RED-PLY (Shuttering Plywood) available in the market.
Moisture content is already low in TRUMPLY which has a Rubberwood (Plantation Hardwood) core as compared with local Red-Ply products which have Eucalyptus and Poplar wood core. Moisture absorption rate of Rubberwood (Plantation Hardwood) is lower than Eucalyptus and Poplar woods which make TRUMPLY lighter but stronger. Labour handling or installation becomes easier and cost effective. Furthermore, other key benefits of TRUMPLY are Exceptional Durability, Hard Surface, Unique Load Capacity, Weather Resistant and etc.
Terms & conditions :- Life cycle of plywood products can be extended if “Good Site Practices” are followed on site, few examples of "Good Site Practices" are protect from weather, back face fastening, seal edges and holes, use standard tools, avoid falls from height, oil panels before use and clear after use.
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