Products | Construction | Softwood Plywood

Plywood Sheathing

Overview Specifications

Plywood Sheathing CloseupSheathing Construction PlywoodRoseburg’s Sheathing panels are especially designed for engineered applications such as structural components where design properties including tension, compression, shear, cross-panel flexural properties and nail holding and bearing are of significant importance. Sheathing is manufactured according to the grade, veneer and panel thickness, construction, workmanship, and identification requirements for plywood sheathing as outlined in the PS 1-09.

Key Advantages

  • Custom grade, thickness, and dimensions available.
  • Produced to customer specifications to meet specific end use needs.
  • NAUF (No added urea formaldehyde)
  • Can be specified FSC® certified
  • All items available Structural 1

Applications

  • Nails directly over framing wall studs and roof joists.
  • Framing applications where state and/or local building codes require shear wall construction for extra strength.
  • Sub-wall/roof foundation for home wrap vapor-barrier and the most common siding material to be applied directly over it.

Machining and Fastening

Can be cut, drilled, routed, glued, fastened and finished with ordinary tools. Always use sharp, high-speed tools. Because of the cross-layer construction, nails, screws, and other fasteners may be placed near the panel edge without splitting the panel.

Roseburg sheathing should be securely fastened with 6d nails on 1/4", 3/8", 1/2" panels and with 8d nails on 5/8", 3/4" and 1" panels. Space nails 6" o.c. around all panel edges and 12" o.c. on intermediate supports. For soffit applications, all panel edges should be supported. Nails should penetrate at least one inch into the substrate material. Leave 1/8" gap between panel edges. Spiral or ring shank nails offer the best holding power. Screws and bolts can also be used.

  • Roseburg Plywood SheathingLengths: 8', 9', 10'
  • Widths: 4', 5'
  • Thicknesses: 1/4’’- 1-1/8’’
  • Grades: CC, CD, CDC
  • Face: A layer of western softwood (typically Douglas Fir) veneer that has not been factory sanded. It has limited pitch pockets, open splits, and other open characteristics but these do not comprise the strength and durability on the panel.
  • Core substrate: Multi-layers of thin wood (veneer) in alternating wood grain directions, which increases the strength and stiffness of this finished panel.
  • Back: Douglas Fir or white wood veneer that provides excellent strength and durability.
  • Adhesive: NAUF exterior, fully water resistant phenolic glue
Loading...

Are you sure you want to approve this order?

Are you sure you want to deny this order?

Are you sure you want to modify this order?

Are you sure you want to modify this order?

To perform this action, you must either:
To perform this action, you must either: