Pressure Treated Plywood

Pressure treated plywood, also know as wolmanized, is an exterior grade plywood that is subjected to pressure treatment with chemicals to prevent the wood from decaying or rotting. To some degree it discourages insect damage due to the chemicals involved. The .40 pounds of preservative per cubic foot is applicable for ground contact.  The pressure treaters commonly use Southern Yellow Pine because the softness of the wood allows the chemicals to penetrate it.  Common uses are for decks, walkways, landscaping or other outdoor projects.  Due to the

Toledo Plywood offers pressure treated plywood in 1/2 and 3/4 thickness. The sheets measure 4′ x 8′. The sheets have a grade of BC or CDX. The BC grade indicates the sheets to have one good side. The CDX indicates that the sheets will have knots on both sides. Due to the moisture content we are not able to cut these sheets to your specification.

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