Water Proof Plywood

AUSTIN FLUSH DOOR

WATER PROOF PLYWOOD

Water Proof Plywood. Designed by: Buyersinn.com

Austin Flush Door's are made of seasoned plywood's which are water - borer - termite proof. They are an ideal choice for homes, offices and bedrooms. Special treatments are done for weather proofing, this will also help increasing the product durability. Austin Plywood is the best water proof plywood in India.

SPECIFICATION

# Tests Requirement as per IS 2202 (Pt-1) : 1999 Test Results
1 Dimension and Squareness Test
Length, mm
Width, mm
Thickness,%
Squareness, %
Variation in thickness

±5 mm
±5 mm
±1 mm
1 mm on length of 500 mm
Not more than 0.8 mm between any two points

+2mm, -0mm
+2mm, -0 mm
+0.5mm
0.15mm
0.25 mm

2 General Flatness Test The twist, cupping and warping shall not exceed 6mm 1.2 mm
3 Local Planeness Test The depth of deviation measured at any two point shall not be more than 0.5 mm 0.18 mm
4 Impact Indentation Test Shall have no defects such as cracking, tearing or delamination
The depth of indentation shall not be more than 0.2 mm
No cracking, tearing or delamination observed
0.05 mm
5 Flexure Test The deflection at the maximum load shall not be more than one thirtieth of the length and one fifteenth of the width whichever is less.
The residual deflection shall not be more than one tenth of the maximum deflection.
1/45 th of length

One twentieth of the maximum deflection

6 Edge loading Test The deflection of the edge at the maximum load shall not be more than 5 mm.
The residual deflection shall not be more than 0.5 mm.
Lateral buckling shall not be more than 2 mm
No residual buckling after removal of load.
2.15 mm

0.19 mm

0.35 mm

No residual buckling after removal of load

7 Shock Resistance Test Shall be no visible damage in any part of the door after twenty five blows on each end
No significant permanent deformation and without deterioration after five impact on both sides of the shutter.
No visible damage observed.

No significant permanent deformation or deterioration observed.

8 Buckling Test a) The initial deflection shall not be more than 50 mm
b) The residual deflection shall not be more than 5 mm
a) 18 mm

b) 1.95 mm

9 Slamming Test Shall not have any visible damage in any part of the door after 50 successive impacts No visible damage observed
10 Misuse Test Shall not be any permanent of the fixing or any part of the door set in hindering its normal working after the test No permanent deformation in any part of the door observed
11 Varying Humidity Test There shall not be any visible warping, twisting or delamination

The maximum departure from the general planeness shall not be more than 1.0 mm
The recovery of the original size after subjecting the door to high and low humidity shall be at least 90 percent of the change in dimension

No visible warping, twisting or delamination observed

0.35 mm

97 percent

12 End immersion Test Shall have no delamination at the end of the test No delamination observed
13 Knife Test Minimum pass Standard Excellent
14 Glue Adhesion Test Shall be considered to have pass the test if no delamination has occurred in the glue lines.
No single delamination of more than 50 mm in length and 3 mm in depth in the glue lines between plywood faces and stiles and rails
No delamination observed
15 Screw withdrawal Test The required load to withdraw the screw completely shall not be less than 1000 N
On withdrawal, there shall be no visible damage to the surface either by delamination or extra chipping off at the points of withdrawal.
1525 N

No visible damage or chipping off observed.