Plyterra Antislip

Thicknesses, mm:
6,5; 9; 12; 15; 18; 19; 21; 24; 27; 30
Sizes, mm:
2440х1220 or 1220х2440; 2500х1250 or 1250х2500; cut-to-size
Surface type:
F/W (smooth/wire)
Film density
120/120 g/m2 ; 220/220 g/m2
The formaldehyde emission according to WKI reports: (limit value: 3,5 mg/h х m2)
0,1 mg/h х m2


Plyterra Antislip is birch plywood coated with dark brown film which is made of high density paper impregnated with phenol-formaldehyde resin. The plywood has one side overlaid with smooth film and the other side with film having wire mesh surface, that guarantees maximum protection against slippage.

The surface of the material withstands various weather and chemical conditions. A multi-layer structure made of birch plywood provides exceptional strength and makes plywood irreplaceable for the production of wear-resistant surfaces.


Commercial vehicles
RORO ships
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Maximum slip resistance
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High wear-resistance (Taber test)
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Minimum rolling wear (Rolling test)
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Exceptional strength and stiffness
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High load-bearing capacity
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Formaldehyde emission level complies with the requirements of E1, CARB ULEF (according to the results of WKI tests, the average value for PlyAntislip plywood is 0,1 mg/h х m2), EPA TSCA Title VI
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Treatment of edges with water-resistant acrylic paint significantly reduces moisture absorption

technical parameters


(other film densities and patterns are available upon the agreement with a customer)

Product Type of surface Film density, g/m2 Taber


Rolling wear**


Slip Resistance***


PlyAntislip F/W 120 400-450 3500 R10
PlyAntislip Pro F/W 220 750-800 5000 R12

* Abrasion resistance is tested according to DIN 53799/EN 438

** Resistance to rolling wear is determined by a method corresponding to SS 923508.

*** Slip resistance is tested according to DIN 51130.


Thickness of plywood, mm

Bending strength, MPa, mean value

Modulus of Elasticity, MPa, mean value 

perpendicular to the fiber  parallel to the fiber  perpendicular to the fiber  parallel to the fiber 
6,5 60 85 4300 9500
9 65 85 5700 9000
12 60 80 6000 8500
15 60 80 6500 8500
18 75 70 7000 8500
19 70 70 7200 8000
21; 24; 27; 30 70 70 7000 8000


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