SUS 304 Food Grade Stainless Steel Water Tank Tank Container

  • SUS 304 Food Grade Stainless Steel Water Tank Tank Container
  • SUS 304 Food Grade Stainless Steel Water Tank Tank Container
  • shandong
  • CE, ISO
  • <>304
  • 1
  • $8.50-$16.00/ Piece
  • D/A,Western Union
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  Product Description:

Face/Back Bintangor/Okoume/Pine/Keruing/Red hardwood/Pencil cedar/Poplar
Core Poplar/Hardwood/Poplar hardwood combi/Birch/Pine/Eucalyptus
Grade BB/BB   BB/CC  CC/CC
Glue MR/E0/E1/E2/WBP
Size(mm) 1220*2440mm/915*2135mm/1250*2500mm/As your requirement
Thickness(mm) 1.4to30mm
Thickness tolerance(mm) Less than 5mm (+/-)0.2mm to 0.3mm
More than 5mm (+/-)0.5mm
Moisture Less than 14%

 

Packing and Shipping

Packing:

Strong and high pallets to avoid damage by fork lift, more steel straps and thick plywood packing to protect materials inside and avoid damage during the shipment. 

1) Inter packing: 0.2mm plastic film; 
2) Outer packing: Bottom is pallet covered with plastic film; Around is carton or plywood strengthened by 3*6 steel belt. 

Shipping:

We have professional document and shipping department to provide the best service.

The Minimum Plywood for Roofing | Home Guides | SF Gate

Dec 6, 2018 - Most Common Thickness For rafters spaced 20 or more inches apart, 1/2- or 5/8-inch plywood is recommended. The most common rafter spacing is 24 inches, and 5/8-inch plywood is recommended for that. It will support roof loads for most situations and is the standard for most roof applications

Plywood vs. OSB: Which is Better? – Parr Lumber

Oct 3, 2013 - Far too often I see OSB “sag” between the trusses making your roof look ... True or not, that perception generally makes plywood a good choice 

What type of plywood is used for roofing? - Quora

Jun 14, 2015 - The type used for decking depends on the roofing material used, the expected load (snow loads may require thicker plywood), truss or rafter spacing, building 

What type of plywood is used for roofing? - Roofing Superstore

Aug 23, 2018 - There are two types of plywood used in roofing construction – structural and general plywood. Structural plywood has proof of strength 

Types for Roofing OSB and Plywood - Major Home Improvement

Roofs are framed with rafters that run from the peak of the rood to the eaves. These rafters are covered in a sheathing that consists of either plywood or oriented 

What type of plywood is used for roofing? - Quora

Jun 14, 2015 - The type used for decking depends on the roofing material used, the expected load (snow loads may require thicker plywood), truss or rafter spacing, building 

What type of plywood is used for roofing? - Roofing Superstore

Aug 23, 2018 - There are two types of plywood used in roofing construction – structural and general plywood. Structural plywood has proof of strength 

The Minimum Plywood for Roofing | Home Guides | SF Gate

Dec 6, 2018 - Most Common Thickness For rafters spaced 20 or more inches apart, 1/2- or 5/8-inch plywood is recommended. The most common rafter spacing is 24 inches, and 5/8-inch plywood is recommended for that. It will support roof loads for most situations and is the standard for most roof applications

Plywood vs. OSB: Which is Better? – Parr Lumber

Oct 3, 2013 - Far too often I see OSB “sag” between the trusses making your roof look ... True or not, that perception generally makes plywood a good choice 

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