Big River Armourpanel

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Big River's Blackbutt Armourpanel was used for the Wulugul Pop Up at the Barangaroo waterfront. It was used for seating, garden edges, stool tops, sign boards, table tops and TV enclosures.

Big River’s Blackbutt Armourpanel was used for the Wulugul Pop Up at the Barangaroo waterfront. It was used for seating, garden edges, stool tops, sign boards, table tops and TV enclosures. Image: Big River

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Big River's Blackbutt Armourpanel was used for the Wulugul Pop Up at the Barangaroo waterfront. It was used for seating, garden edges, stool tops, sign boards, table tops and TV enclosures.

Big River’s Blackbutt Armourpanel was used for the Wulugul Pop Up at the Barangaroo waterfront. It was used for seating, garden edges, stool tops, sign boards, table tops and TV enclosures. Image: Big River

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Big River's Blackbutt Armourpanel was used for the Wulugul Pop Up at the Barangaroo waterfront. It was used for seating, garden edges, stool tops, sign boards, table tops and TV enclosures.

Big River’s Blackbutt Armourpanel was used for the Wulugul Pop Up at the Barangaroo waterfront. It was used for seating, garden edges, stool tops, sign boards, table tops and TV enclosures. Image: Big River

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Big River Armourpanel is an Australian decorative plywood that has been designed and manufactured to tolerate extremes of heat and humidity and to resist shrinkage. Its tolerance of changes in ambient temperature and its toughness make it ideal as flooring, ceiling or wall linings in hard-wearing areas.

Every panel is made from layers of Australian eucalypt hardwood veneers bonded together to form a strong, solid, stable panel. Available as a 2400 × 1200 sheet or optional 1800 × 1200, each sheet is individual.

Armourpanel is manufactured in Australia under the Plywood Association of Australia’s third party audited quality control program and milled from managed regrowth and plantation forest hardwoods. It is Australian Forestry Standard (AFS) certified.


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