Discovering the Secrets of the strongest plywood ever: Infinity Plus Plywood
In the realm of construction and woodworking, the search for materials that combine strength, durability, and exceptional performance is never-ending. Enter Infinity Plus Plywood, a groundbreaking limited edition range that has redefined the concept of plywood strength. Built with unique Poly Core Technology (PCT) and featuring layers of Gurjan core, Infinity Plus Plywood stands as the strongest ever created, boasting a lifetime guarantee. Let’s dive into the details and unravel the secrets behind the unrivaled strength of Infinity Plus Plywood.
Moisture Content: A Key Factor in Stability
Moisture content is a critical parameter that affects the stability and performance of plywood. According to IS:710 requirements, plywood should have a moisture content between 5 to 15 percent. Infinity Plus Plywood exceeds these standards, maintaining an optimal moisture content of just 9 percent. This optimal moisture level ensures dimensional stability, reducing the risk of warping or distortion.
Glue Shear Strength: Unyielding Bonding
The glue shear strength of plywood is a crucial indicator of its structural integrity. In dry conditions, IS:710 requires individual glue shear strength of a minimum of 1100 Newton and an average of 1350 Newton. Infinity Plus Plywood surpasses these standards with individual strengths of 1640 Newton’s average strength of 1855 Newton, showcasing its superior bonding capabilities.
Glue Shear Strength in Wet Conditions: Reliability Uncompromised
Even in wet conditions where plywood is exposed to moisture and humidity, Infinity Plus Plywood exhibits exceptional performance. The minimum individual and average glue shear strengths required as per IS:710 are 800 Newton and 1000 Newton respectively. Infinity Plus Plywood outperforms these requirements with individual strengths of 1505 Newton and the average strength of 1610 Newton. This remarkable resistance to wet conditions ensures the longevity and reliability of structures made with Infinity Plus Plywood.
Tensile Strength: Unmatched Resilience
Tensile strength is a crucial factor in determining the load-bearing capacity of plywood. IS:710 specifies minimum tensile strengths of 42.0 N/mm² parallel to the grain direction, 25.0 N/mm² at a right angle to the grain direction, and a combined strength of 84.5 N/mm². Infinity Plus Plywood exceeds these standards with parallel-to-grain strengths of 77.0 N/mm², right angle-to-grain strengths of 59.0 N/mm², and combined strength of 136.0 N/mm². These exceptional tensile strengths guarantee robustness and stability in various applications.
Water Resistance: Standing Strong Against Moisture
Water resistance is a crucial factor in determining the durability of plywood. While IS:710 requires plywood to pass a 72-hour boiling test, Infinity Plus Plywood surpasses expectations, enduring a remarkable 210-hour test without compromising its integrity. This exceptional water resistance ensures that structures built with Infinity Plus Plywood remain strong and reliable even in high-moisture environments.
Infinity Plus Plywood has unveiled the secrets to becoming the strongest plywood ever created. With its unique PCT technology, layers of Gurjan core, and compliance with IS:710 technical specifications, it surpasses expectations in every aspect. From moisture content to glue shear strength, tensile strength, and water resistance, Infinity Plus Plywood stands as a game-changer in the construction industry. Embracing this remarkable innovation guarantees structures that are not only robust and reliable but also backed by a lifetime guarantee.