Face/back: C-D grade Core: Douglas Fir or Southern Yellow Pine Glue: WBP glue Dimensions: 1220 x 2440 mm (4′ x 8′) Thickness: 9 mm / 12 mm / 15 mm / 18 mm / 19 mm
CDX plywood is the most popular type of plywood used for rough construction.
You'll find it in roof sheathing (just under the shingles and roofing felt, on walls (just behind the siding and insulation, and sub floors (just under the carpet pad or engineered wood floors.
The three letters CDX represent the quality of the surfaces - front and back.
The letter "X" in CDX stands for "exposure" - which means the plywood is tough enough to withstand a some moisture. The glues and adhesives are made to be water resistant. CDX is a powerful structural panel where strength and stiffness are required for sub-floors, walls, and roof structures.
CDX plywood is made from Southern Yellow Pine or Douglas Fir veneers in alternating wood grain directions, which increases the strength and stiffness of our the panels while providing superior dimensional stability resistance to warping. Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance according to the American Plywood Association - APA
CDX plywood is versatile and is well suited in steps, ramps, bridges bridges. Ideal for remodeling or new construction in residential or light commercial construction. Excellent nail, screw, and staple holding ability allows placement near panel edges without splits
CDX plywood is light to carry and easier compared to OSB (oriented strand board)
CDX plywood is resistant to splitting, puncturing and impact damage these panels are durable
CDX plywood is made with exterior WPB glues designed for exposure to the elements.