Overview Applications

Roseburg AB Marine Industrial Plywood LogoRoseburg’s AB Marine Panel is marine-grade plywood that is produced entirely of Group 1 species of veneer. Our marine plywood panel is sanded on both faces. The maximum core-gap size permitted is 1/8 inch. Its exposure durability rating is EXTERIOR and the glue used is a water resistant structural adhesive. It is considered a premium grade panel for use in situations where these characteristics are required. Specialty sizes and thicknesses are available.


  • Lengths:  8’, 10’
  • Widths: 4’
  • Thickness: 1/4’’, 3/8’’, 1/2’’, 5/8’’, 3/4’’, 1’’
  • Face: A grade Douglas-fir Veneer
  • Core: B grade or better Douglas-fir Veneer
  • Back: B grade Douglas-fir


Since Roseburg AB Marine is sanded, it is important to keep the material dry prior to use. Storage in a warehouse or under roof is recommended. If stored outdoors, units should be off the ground and covered loosely with some type of protective material.

Machining and Fastening

Roseburg's AB Marine can be sawn, routed, shaped, and drilled. 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's AB Marine 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.

  • Storage shelving cabinets
  • Garage & carport shelving cabinets
  • Home projects
  • Commercial projects
  • Countertop underlayment
  • Furniture
  • Cabinets 
  • Boat house
  • Wooden toys
  • Playhouses
  • Platform for bed frame
  • Overlay applications
  • Outdoor signs
  • Boat building
  • Docks 


  • APA – The Engineered Wood Association for product quality.
  • PS 1 –  Meets PS 1 standards for: Veneer grades, glue and bond durability, thickness requirements, testing procedures, finished plywood tolerances, identification and stamping guidelines.

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