Plywood trays are three or more laminates that are cut into veneers or are planned to be made into thin wood and bonded with an adhesive. Typically, odd-numbered veneers are used, and the fibers of adjacent veneers are bonded perpendicularly to each other.
Plywood pallets are commonly used materials for running cargo. It is one of three wood-based panels. It can also be used in airplanes, ships, trains, cars, buildings and crates. A set of veneers are typically bonded vertically together in the direction of adjacent woodgrains. Typically, the surface and the inner veneer are symmetrically disposed on either side of the intermediate layer or the core layer. Glued veneers that are vertically and horizontally staggered along the grain direction are pressed under heated or unheated conditions. The number of layers is usually odd and the few are even. There is little difference in physical and mechanical properties between the vertical and horizontal directions. Common plywood trays have three plywood and five plywood. Plywood pallets increase wood utilization and are the main way to save wood.
Typical length and width specifications are 1220 x 2440 mm, while thickness specifications are typically 3, 5, 9, 12, 15, 18 mm, and so on.
Plywood pallets are vehicles that convert static cargo into dynamic cargo, loading platforms and mobile platforms or moving the ground.