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Plywood Shingle

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Description

The plywood shingles are made with normal plywood or treated plywood. The system to cover the roofs with plywood shingles is similar to the traditional roof of wooden shingles. But this system has the benefit of being able to normalize its size by not having the natural problems of a natural tile. We are in a system that allows all kinds of size and shape desired.  The plywood wood by its composition is very stable in the face of temperature changes and will not bend as much as a natural tile and the same will not crack like a natural tile. The plywood shingle should be treated to stabilize it due to changes in humidity. It should also be treated to avoid fungi. If you do not have plywood treated I suggest that you try the following way: 1) Total immersion of the shingle for 24 hours in a solution of copper sulphate. 2) Natural drying. 3) Total immersion of the shingle in a solution of burned oil and diesel oil and remove it immediately. 4) Natural drying. 5) Total immersion of the shingle in protective paint for wood for 1 hour. 6) Let it dry naturally. After placing the shingle on the roof, paint with a wooden protector hand. A treatment of this way allows a duration of 5 years without having to paint again. The plywood shingle has a very important breathing system which allows air to circulate below the shingle to avoid areas of moisture stored there below. For that a series of grooves will be made which are expressed in the attached file. These grooves should be done before proceeding with your treatment.

Key benefit

Plywood shingles can be normalilzed in every aspect. And on the other hand they are very stable to external agents.

Material list

Plywood, copper sulphate,oil burned, diesel, and protective paint for wood.

Ecological values

Plywood shingles are made with plywood wood a raw material, so it has a small amount of CO2 print.

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Specification

  • Economical span (mm)
  • Thickness (mm)
  • Airbourne sound reduction factor (dB)
  • Impact sound transmission (dB)
  • Resistance to fire class
  • Thermal properties

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