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General Information of Container Plywood Flooring
Standard shipping container flooring usually consists of marine hardwood plywood made from Apitong or Keruing in 25-30mm thickness.
It is occasionally varnished but with costs being kept to a minimum these days it will usually come in a plain finish and treated.
Timber plank flooring can be seen on older containers but the trend these days is more towards plywood. The hardwood used in containers however is in danger of running out and many container companies have run trials with alternatives.
Bamboo flooring is one such alternative, quick to grow and comes in similar size boards to plywood. Other companies have tried steel floors in containers, usually consisting of steel plates with a non slip pattern and painted. The crossmembers running horizontally underneath the container which support the flooring take much of the load weight. However the gap between them means that whatever type of flooring is laid on top must be fairly strong,as the containers are rated to carry as much as 30 tons, and quite often forklifts will be used to run cargo inside.
Specifications of Container Plywood Flooring
1)Size: 1160×2400mm, 1220×2440mm, as request
2)Thickness: 28mm (19 plys)
3)Face: birch, keruing, apitong , thickness from 0.5mm to 1.2mm. Core: full birch or full hard wood ;keruing
4)Glue: WBP phenolic
5)Density: 700kg/m3 or up
6)Glue bonding: not less than 0.7 Mpa
7)Mositure content: less than 12%
8)Surface treatment: lacquer coating or plain surface
1. Manufacturer Overview
|Annual Output Value||Above US$2 Million|
|Company Certifications||ISO 9001:2008|
2. Manufacturer Certificates
|a) Certification Name|
3. Manufacturer Capability
|No.of Employees in Trade Department||200-300 People|
|Factory Size:||Above 35,000 square meters|
|No. of Production Lines||Above 6|
|Contract Manufacturing||OEM Service Offered；Design Service Offered|
|Product Price Range||High；Average|