Antislip Wire is a special brand for non-slip birch plywood. Both sides of Antislip Wire are overlaid with film which is made of high-density paper impregnated with phenol-formaldehyde resin. The slip-proof plywood has one side coated with smooth film and the other side with film having wire mesh surface, that guarantees maximum anti-slip protection.
Maximum slip resistance
Improved hiding power and UV resistance
High wear resistance (Taber test)
Possibility of deep imprints
Smooth and slip-proof surfaces of film faced plywood withstand various weather and chemical conditions, while multi-layer structure of panels provides exceptional strength and makes them perfect for the production of wear-resistant surfaces. Anti-slip (F/W) plywood is used for flooring of trailers, vans, rail vehicles. In addition to transportation industry, our specific product with non-slip surface is also used for flooring when constructing warehouses, loading platforms, scaffolding, playgrounds. Slip-proof plywood has found its application in shipbuilding for decking of RORO ships.
Antislip Wire is manufactured on the basis of our Exterior birch plywood, i.e. Plyterra Birch Exterior. Durability, strict thickness tolerances and resistance to banding make the base plywood very popular.
As a supplier of high-quality anti-slip plywood, we guarantee maximum slip resistance, minimum rolling wear (Rolling test) and high wear-resistance (Taber test) of the material.
As veneer is coated with film, only the defects of laminating are considered in grading. In addition, defects of wood which are noticeable outside are taken into account. Water-resistant coating is available in different colors and densities. Edges of the panel are sealed with water-resistant acrylic paint.s
||6,5; 9; 12; 15; 18; 19; 21; 24; 27; 30; 35; 40
|| 2440x1220 or 1220x2440, 2500x1250 or 1250x2500, 1525х1830 or 1830x1525, 1525x3050, cut-to-size
|Types of surface:
||120/120 g/m2; 120/220 g/m2, 220/220 g/ m2
|The formaldehyde emission
(limit value: 3,5 mg/h х m2):
||0,1-0,3 mg/h x m2