|Marine Grade Plywood is an exterior structural panel, sanded on both sides, most commonly made from Douglas fir or Pine. Other species of hardwood may also be used for marine plywood, usually in the Marine (boating) industry.Marine plywood is constructed in exactly the same manner as other exterior grade panels except that the core (inner plies) are of a higher grade where any defects are repaired, leaving no voids or voids no greater than 1/8”. The same structural exterior glue is used and the face and back veneers are usually of higher grades such as A or B.
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Additional Information: Exterior Grade – No 1 Glue