What Is The Difference Between BWP & BWR Plywood
Impact of BWP and BWR plywood
What is Plywood?
Designs of any interior project mostly go around in the woodwork from a compact modular kitchen to luxurious TV units, everything is made up of wood especially plywood for its effective price, quality, flexibility, and durability. Plywood is commonly used in making furniture units giving it an excellent finish and polished look. Being a predominant material in the interior design field, plywood has developed over recent years and is obtainable in various grades, thicknesses, sizes, and types.
Unlike conventional wooden furniture, plywood is highly water-resistant and doesn’t warp off with time; hence it is used to make kitchen and wardrobe cabinet fittings. Each plywood grade is used to construct a distinct kind of furniture and the quality of construction depends on the quality of the plywood grade and type. Commonly used plywood for functional and aesthetic purposes in any interior design project is BWR and BWP plywood.
Difference between BWP and BWR plywood
BWR and BWP Plywood are engineered products and the grading standard is set by government authorities to differentiate each product manufactured by factories for different objectives. BWR grading is given for the manufacturing of plywood whereas BWP is used to mark ply-boards or block-boards. BWP or BWR grade plywood is used in places that are highly exposed to water. These desired grades are obtained from gluing together the thin sheets of wooden veneers at high pressure and temperature with phenol-formaldehyde to form ply-board or plywood from layers.Though the plywood carries the same gluing material, there is always this small difference when it comes to technical treatment. Also, to make plywood functionally stable in any weather condition, it is treated with selective preservatives and specific stress-relieving treatments to get anti-warp properties and close it off from termites and pests. It is highly resistant to moisture, dry heat, boiling water, tough weather, and other climatic conditions.
How Bizzoppo interiors use BWR and BWP plywood
The basic design structure for constructing any cabinet or wardrobe design consists of the carcass (inside cabinets or wardrobe) and shutters. Carcass material type and quality matter a lot while structuring the form as it impacts the functionality of the unit. Not only it is important to maintain the look of the cabinets but is highly recommended to check the material that has been used is water-proof plywood. Besides carcass structure, cabins with decorative finishes can be provided based on the desired design. Commonly used plywood is BWR plywood with lamination for compact kitchens or wardrobes with sleek designs. For sturdy or complex designs, BWP with lamination is used which can withstand the highly moisture-drive conditions.
Shutters are built with the BWR plywood with specific lamination and finishes to complement the carcass design structure. BWR plywood with acrylic or glossy or membrane finish is a commonly preferred choice by the clients. In recent days, although the kitchens countertop is built with granite or quartz stone, people are looking for an alternate option to make their interiors look modern and sleek. As a consequence of the preferences, that raised an idea to go with a customized kitchen countertop with solid surface top and premium quality BWP plywood with lamination. BWP is customized to form scratch and stain resistance. It also offers endless designs with grains and swirls patterns.
Designing a modular kitchen or wardrobe can be challenging and inspiring as well. Here at Bizzoppo interiors, we understand the type of furniture requirements, budget, design preferences, and details to help you make a reliable decision depending on lifestyles and make your dream design work out well within the available space. We also help you understand the difference between various grades and types of plywood and source the best quality plywood vendors and materials for your home interiors. If you’re curious about how to take a further step, don’t just wait, get started today to explore design solutions and make the best choice that complements well with the existing design style.
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