Plywood is made by coating a layer of unsaturated polyester resin over the panel. Unsaturated polyester resin in its original solid form carries all the advantages of being scratch, heat, water and chemical resistant. It is a lightweight coating material that can withstand extreme changes in temperature.
Textures including matt, gloss and embossed. These products are advantageous over their counterparts in that they offer nonporous surfaces which allow them to be used in hygienic environments like kitchens, hospitals and biological laboratories. Other uses for polyester plywood include the caravan, transportable/modular buildings, residential internal linings and shed fit outs.