« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2007, 07:14:46 PM » Pressure treated wood is wood that has undergone a process to make it more durable so that it is not susceptible to water, rot, termites, or fungus. Incidentally, this is the same adhesive as used in the inexpensive construction CD-X plywood or any other exterior grade or "interior grade … Re: Pressure Treated vs. Marine Grade Plywood? The bottom line is that there is a plywood for almost every application. Marine plywood is seven to eight layers thick, and the epoxy used to bind the layers is waterproof. Marine-Grade Plywood vs Pressure Treated Plywood Marine-Grade Plywood. There are several differences between marine plywood and normal plywood which make it the best choice as an alternative decking material. Marine grade uses exterior adhesive. One of the nice things about plywood is the variety of options you can buy. On top of that, the plywood itself is treated … Marine-grade plywood primarily uses for those applications, where moisture is present for a long time. Marine plywood is stronger, lighter, and easier to work with. There are pressure treated grades, marine grades that can be used in water, fine hardwood options for finish work and cabinetry, pre-finished panels, or simple down and dirty 1/2″ CDX plywood. Marine Plywood is perfect to use in humid and wet conditions and resists delaminating and fungal attack. It's not always cost effective to use it particularly if you just need a sheet or two and it has to be ordered. The better plywood is marine plywood. The downside to treated plywood is weight. It's saturated with water.
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