The Pinoli range of interior plywood, achieves the authenticity inherent to genuine wood products. Manufactured in New Zealand from sustainably-grown Radiata pine, Pinoli adds the warmth and versatility of wood to any interior residential or commercial project.
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Interior Plywood Range
Manufactured by Carter Holt Harvey, the Pinoli portfolio is a range of untreated plywood panels suitable for internal use as wall and ceiling linings. The Pinoli range of plywood panels consists of natural, untreated panels available in a smooth or textured face with the option of two different grooved profiles, depending on the visual finish that is desired.
Pinoli interior panels are manufactured from radiata pine wood veneers. The veneers are placed at right angles to each other for maximum strength and stability, and then bonded together with synthetic phenolic (PF) resin to form a strong and permanent Type A bond.
Panels are available in a Texture (bandsawn) or Classic face appearance with V or U Grooved profiles, or flat panels.
Applications include interior wall linings, ceilings linings, feature walls, partitions, back linings to exposed rafters, commercial interiors, shop fitouts, furniture, cabinets and can even be curved if needed.
Easy to finish
Pinoli panels are available both pre-primed or natural and are suitable for clear coating, painting and staining. Because of this, the entire range customises easily for any space and any aesthetic.
Pinoli is manufactured at the Tokoroa mill in New Zealand, from sustainably-grown New Zealand plantation pine and is distributed across Australasia.
Made with Precision
All our products are developed by engineers, industry and technical experts – with design, and functionality at the centre of the manufacturing. As such the aim is to ensure the products are made fit for purpose within the market.
Independent third parties regularly monitor and audit our production facilities. These third parties verify that our claimed structural properties are being met, and that our plants comply with best-practice guidelines.