Georgia-Pacific Plytanium Exterior Wood Siding Panels
Georgia-Pacific Plytanium Exterior Plywood Siding Panels
Plytanium Exterior Wood Siding Panels

Plytanium® Plywood Siding

  • Rough-sawn textured face for beautiful rustic appearance
  • Rich wood-grain character of real Southern Yellow Pine
  • Shiplapped edges for a seamless joint
Rough and tough meet rustic in our plywood siding

Plytanium Plywood Siding from Georgia-Pacific is easy to install, offers durability and is available in a variety of thicknesses and groove patterns. But that’s only the beginning of the story. The textured face offers up a beautiful rustic look of genuine Southern Yellow Pine that is at home on exterior walls in new home construction and utility buildings, as well as other creative uses such as planters and dog houses. It’s wood-grain character and seamless joints will make you a believer.

Exterior walls in home construction, as well as utility buildings, planters and dog houses

Can be finished with opaque stain or primer and paint


Available Types & Sizes (Sized for 4’x8’)
Length (minimum)

7’-11 7/8” (2.435 m)

Width (minimum)

3’-11 7/8” (1.216 m)

Siding Types


Reverse Board & Batten (RB&B)

No Groove


Rough sawn or scratch sand

Groove Spacing

T1-11 : 4” on-center or 8” on-center

RB&B : 12” on-center

Building Code Performance Categories, Panel Thickness
11/32 CAT

0.328” (8.33 mm)

19/32 CAT

0.578” (14.68 mm)

Length/Width Tolerance

+0, -1/16” (+0, -1.6 mm), based on 4’ or 8’ value

Straightness Tolerance

± 1/16” (± 1.6 mm)

Squareness Tolerance

± 1/8” (± 3.2 mm)

Primary Species

Southern Yellow Pine

Testing Agency

APA – The Engineered Wood Association


Exterior – Plywood suitable for repeated wetting and redrying or long-term exposure to weather and other conditions of similar severity.

Code Fire Classification

Class III or C

Flame Spread Rating

75-200, smoke developed index <450

Building Code Compliance

PS 1-09

SFI Certified


Safety Data Sheets

Product FAQs

What is the difference between Exterior and Exposure 1 panels?

Exterior panels are suitable for applications subject to long-term exposure to weather or moisture, while 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. Exposure 1 panels are made with the same exterior adhesives used in Exterior panels. However, because other compositional factors may affect bond performance, only Exterior panels should be used for long-term exposure to weather.

Can you paint plywood?
Can plywood be used for outdoor projects?
What does the stamp on my plywood panel mean?
Does GP's wood come from sustainably managed forests?
Do your panels meet formaldehyde emissions standards?
When used in the manufacture of crates and pallets, are Georgia-Pacific plywood and OSB safe for international shipping?
How many veneers/plies make up your plywood products?