SapelePlywoodPommele SapelePlywoodSapelliHardwood VC/Plywood/MDF Core
1) Core: VC core in Hardwood, combi or others, Plywood, MDF,
Particle Board and Blockboard, etc.
2) Face & back:Sapele, Steamed Beech, Black Walnut, Ash, Red oak, white oak,
maple, Ebony, cheery, teak, sapele, birch and other beautiful
3) Glue: MR, E1, E0, Melamine and PF Glue
4) Usage: Cabinetry, Furniture, Wooden Door and other Building
Sapele plywoodis a stainable, decorative veneer. Sapele finishes and glues well.
A large African rain forest tree ranging from Sierra Leone to
Angola and eastward through the Congo to Uganda. The heartwood
ranges in color from that of Mahogany to a dark reddish - or
purplish-brown. The lighter colored and distinct sapwood may be up
to 4 inches thick. Texture is finer than that of Mahogany. Grain is
interlocked and produces a narrow and uniform stripe pattern on
Sapele plywood works fairly easily with machine tools, although
interlocked grain offers difficulties in planing and molding.
When compared with other hardwoods, Sapele plywood's color is said
to be similar to African mahogany, and it has strength properties
similar to oak. It is also distinguished for the array of
interesting figures it yields.