During the assembly of a plywood, resin coated core veneers are placed along with dry wood panels. The assembled core and panels are then placed in hydraulic hot press at defined temperature and pressure. when pressure is applied then resin should penetrate the core and panel vertically for stronger bonding.
In a normal plywood, which is bonded with faulty resin, the movement of resin occurs in horizontally not vertically which result the poor bonding of core and panel. Plywood made with this process have poor strength and minimum life.
DURBI plywood is made with DRIP( Deep Resin Infusion in Panels) technology. In this technique the resin is made with specific formulation due to which resin has high solid content and specific viscosity. Due to specific viscosity resin circulate vertically in core and panel and provide a super strong bonding between core and panel. Due to DRIP technology resin circulate 360 degree and provide long life and strength to plywood.