Ideally suited for upholstered furniture framing
Panels available in soft hardwood (poplar/gum) or Southern Yellow Pine construction
Tighter core gap restrictions ensure excellent frame quality
Made from soft hardwoods (Poplar/Gum) or Southern Yellow Pine, these durable, APA-rated Plytanium PlyFrame panels provide a quality, easy-to-work-with material. Special core construction is designed to limit core gaps to 1/2″ or less to improve the quality of your product line – and custom inner plies with two or three-piece centers grip screws securely for added strength. The consistent quality of these solid panels reduces waste and allows maximum utilization of each panel.
Panel constructions are available with parallel center plies for better screw-holding ability.
Tighter core gap restrictions ensure excellent frame quality.
4’ x 8’
0.734” (18.64 mm)
0.788” (20.01 mm)
0.849” (21.56 mm)
+0, -1/16” (+0, -1.6 mm)
± 1/16” (± 1.6 mm)
± 1/8” (± 3.2 mm)
± 1/32” (± 0.8 mm)
Poplar, gum or pine
C/C unsanded grade
Patches or repairs allowed as per grade standard
APA – The Engineered Wood Association
Exposure 1 : Plywood suitable for uses not permanently exposed to the weather. Panels classified as Exposure 1 are intended to resist the effects of moisture on structural performance as may occur due to construction delays, or other conditions of similar severity.
Class III or C
76-200, smoke developed index <450
PS 1-09 or PS 2-10 (custom specification V-190, V-191, V-197)
Plytanium plywood contains no added urea formaldehyde resins. PS 1 and PS 2 structural panels are exempt from testing by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) in the Composite Wood Air Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) and phenolic bonded structural panels are exempt from testing or monitoring by HUD in the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards.
On every Georgia-Pacific sheathing panel you should be able to find an APA grade stamp. This stamp is your assurance that the product is manufactured in accordance with the APA’s rigorous program of quality inspection and testing. The grade stamp on a panel also tells you a lot about the panel – the span rating, exposure rating, panel thickness and the building code approval the panel meets.