Since marine plywood is expensive, and hard to find, I was wondering if using pressure treated plywood (for outdoor decking) would do the job.
Sep 13, 2008 The current pressure treated lumber is treated with copper based chemicals. Copper Finally, if you can, try using the marine plywood. The glue is Even in my canoe builds there is a HUGE difference to be seen in luan vs.
It is less expensive and (unlike non-treated marine grade plywood) resistant to rot Pressure impregnated interior fire retardant treated plywood for enclosed
It certainly looks better. If it is stained I would use marine plywood, if you are useing it in a transom or floor I'd use pressure treated plywood.
Marine grade plywood can be hard to find. Have to Any recommendations for pressure treated vs exterior grade plywood? I am having
Has anyone ever used pressure treated ply for building/repair on their boat ? It would seem to me that pressure treated would last longer as it is
Jun 17, 2004 what is the differance between marine plywood and treated . the last 15-20 yrs is water based and what true pressure treated marine ply uses.
Sep 13, 2006 rseabo wrote: i am considering ordering marine plywood and then have it pressure treated. You can do that :?: I didnt know that was possible.
Jan 16, 2013 It has no chemicals added to enhance decay resistance, unless it has been subsequently pressure treated (= $$$). Marine grade has no
Oct 16, 2014 As a general rule for boat projects, use marine-grade plywood because the wood used to make it is of higher Many people ask about the value of pressure treated plywood. Plywood selection weighs flexibility vs. stiffness.
Channel Lumber has a large inventory of plywood in many grades from structural to finished. We carry Marine grade plywood, pressure treated plywood, and
Pressure treated plywood, however, is not suitable for marine use. The treatment of plywood "Ordinary Plywood" and Exterior Grades vs. Marine Grade G1S
May 30, 2017 I can buy exterior grade plywood, or pressure treated plywood, or go wild and buy an expensive sheet of marine grade plywood. For what it's
Differences between marine plywood and treated plywood include the types of wood and quality of the The curing is done under high heat and pressure.
Plywood used in marine applications should be solid, with no loose knots or other Many people think pressure treated plywood (or any pressure treated wood,
Marine plywood is seven to eight layers thick, and the epoxy used to bind the layers is waterproof. On top of that, the plywood itself is treated with waterproof
Plywood is a sheet material manufactured from thin layers or "plies" of wood veneer that are . Marine plywood is manufactured from durable face and core veneers, with few moisture-resistant, wire mesh, sign-grade, and pressure-treated.