Magnus film faced shuttering plywood is manufactured with high density timber in ultra modern hot presses. Manufactured with CPGL technology, it offers extra strength and better bonding when compared to similar products in the market. The panels are most suitable for RCC construction sites.

Magnus film face shuttering ply is widely known for the maximum repetitions saving up to 45 percent of costs. Its USP is the mirror finish on both surfaces.

Special features of Magnus film faced shuttering plywood are:

  • Magnus film faced shuttering plywood is most effective in RCC constructions.
  • It has a smooth mirror like superior finishing on both surfaces.
  • It saves up to 45% of cost compared to other similar products due to more repetition during shuttering work.
  • Its cross laminated structure between face veneer, core veneer and the film again enhances the strength of ply.
  • After using it as shuttering plywood for many times, it can be re-used for paneling, roofing, flooring, partitions etc.
  • Weight of paper used in film is 125gms

Application: It is being used widely in the construction of bridges, flyovers, metro projects, ship building, water tanks, cooling towers, all high rise buildings etc., which need maximum strength and security.

Sizes: 1840 x 1220 mm, 2440 x 1220 mm, 2745 x 1525 mm, 3050 x 1525 mm, 3200 x 1675 mm

Thicknesses: 9, 12, 15, 18, 25, 30 mm

Weight: 23, 30, 34, 36, 38 & 42 KG in 12mm 38, 45, 52, 54, 56 & 60 kg in 19mm

Density: 0.65 to 1.20 gm/cm3

Do’s

  1. Cleaning and oiling the surface increasing the life of plywood.
  2. Use screws to fix shuttering plywood.
  3. Store it properly stacked under a shed.
  4. Care should be taken during transport to avoid scratches.
  5. Should be recoated with mould oil before the next use.
  6. The edges of a board in pack shall be in a straight vertical line.

Don’t

  1. Side screwing & nailing strictly prohibited.
  2. Don’t use the material without suitable mould oil.
  3. Don’t allow the material to fell down from top/certain height of the building.
  4. The plywood shall not be dragged over one another as this would scratch the surface.
  5. Don’t allow the material to use without sealants at the cut edges

 

Film Face Plywood

Film Face Plywood

Film Face Plywood

Film Face Plywood

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimension BIS Requirement Observation Values
1. Length
2440 + 6
– 0
2442mm
2. Width
1220 + 3
– 0
1222mm
3. Thickness 12mm ± 5% 11.90mm
4. Squareness 2 mm/1000 mm 0.95mm
5. Edge straightness 2 mm/1000 mm 0.50mm
Physical properties
6. Density 0.95 0.95
7. Moisture contents 5- 15% 7.50%
8. Adhesion of plies (in dry state) Some adherent fibre distributed more or less uniformly Satisfactory
9. Adhesion of plies (in wet state) —do— Satisfactory
10. Glue shear strength (in dry state) Avg. – 1350N
Ind. – 1100N
1520N
1190N
11. Glue shear strength (in wet state) Avg. – 1000N
Ind. – 800N
1260N
900N
12. Tensile strength
Along the grain
Across the grain
480kg./cm2
340kg./cm2
525kg./cm2
370kg./cm2
Total 820kg./cm2
895kg./cm2
13. Static bending strength along the grain M.O.E.

Across the grain M.O.E.

Along the grain M.O.R.

Across the grain M.O.R.

Avg. – 7500N/mm2
Ind. – 6700N/mm2
Avg. – 4000N/mm2
Ind. – 3600N/mm2
Avg. – 50
Ind. – 45
Avg. – 30
Ind. – 27
8420N/mm2
6975N/mm2
4800N/mm2
4000N/mm2
68N/mm2
50N/mm2
47N/mm2
31N/mm2
14. Retention of preservative (ACC) 12 kg/m2 12.95 kg/gm2
15. Mycologial test
(a) Visual inspection
(b) Glue shear strength
(c) Adhesion of plies
(a) Show no separation sign
Avg. – 1000N
Ind. – 800 N
Adherent fibre distributed ore or less uniformly
1260 N
910
Satisfactory