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OSB Board

OSB Board

OSB Board

OSB boards, as a construction product consisting of pressed pieces of wood, are often identified by our investors with traditional plywood boards, although we are talking about products with very different characteristics, and even areas of application.
OSB (O-Es-Be – Oriented strand board – eng.) Are known under several different names in the world (in the UK they are also called waferboard, Sterling board, SmartPly). OSB consists of several layers of wood shells / plywood arranged in a certain direction so that the boards give strength and resistance.OSB (O-Es-Be – Oriented strand board – eng.) they are known by several different names in the world (in the UK they are also called waferboard, Sterling board, SmartPly). OSB consists of several layers of wood shells / plywood arranged in a certain direction so that the boards give strength and resistance.

The difference between OSB boards and plywood boards is primarily that OSB boards consist of larger pieces of wood – shells, which give this board better mechanical characteristics than plywood – made of small chips. The dimensions of the shells that make up the OSB board range from 2.5 to 15 cm and lie in several layers, arranged in different directions so that the boards provide great mechanical strength and resistance to negative influences.

Standard formats: 2500×1250
Thicknesses: 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 15mm and 18mm

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