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23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. RTD Sheathing Syp

  • Plywood sheathing for use in construction
  • Can be used as wall and roof sheathing
  • Stiff, durable and dependable panels
$23.58 / each
If you buy 48 or more
$21.22 / each

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Plywood sheathing is ideal for residential and light construction, and every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. It adds proven performance and durability to new homes, room additions and renovations. Plywood sheathing delivers outstanding stiffness, strength and versatility, and is an excellent choice for light frame wall and roof assemblies in weather protected applications.

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  • Structural sheathing for wall, roof and floor applications
  • Long-term durability with resistance to edge swell
  • Excellent fastener holding properties
  • Versatile, provides excellent performance in a wide variety of applications
  • Ideal for residential and light construction
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what is the weight of .75x8x4 plywood

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August 31, 2015
where can I find the weight of lumber ?
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Calculate the weight using dimensions in inches (0.75 times 48 times 96), times 2.54 cm/in for each dimension, times density 0.6 gm/cc (wood floats 60% below water line), divide by 1000 to get kgm, multiply by 2.2 pounds/kgm, arrive at answer of approx. 66 lbs.
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The weight will be proximately 61lbs.
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September 21, 2015
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I know the weight could vary depending on how much moisture is in the wood, but a ballpark guess for the weight of one sheet would be very helpful. I need to compute how much the total roof with shingles would weigh so I can make sure the structure and the concrete base will support it.
Could someone in a store somewhere weight one for a ballpark estimate?
Thanks,
Jim C in Waco
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http://theplywood.com/weight
Just in case anyone wants to know weights for weight distribution or stress analysis in C.A.D. OR C.A.M. projects, also @cj13...Dude, if you don't know the answer to the question why did you try to answer it ? Not very helpful if you supply the wrong data.
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I have no idea how much each 4x8x3/4 sheet weighs. I'd only be guessing,… maybe between 40 to 50 pounds?
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how many board feet is in 1 piece of this plywood?

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I guess you just pick the answer you like best huh ..... a board foot = 1 foot X 1 foot X 1" thick. since this plywood is only 3/4" thick that makes a difference. And yes plywood isn't usually measured by board feet, but by square feet (4 X 8 = 32 square feet). If you wanted to know board feet it would be 4 X 8 X 3/4"( or .75) = 32 X .75 = 24 board feet. Usually sawmill lumber (rough cut) is sold by the Read More
I guess you just pick the answer you like best huh ..... a board foot = 1 foot X 1 foot X 1" thick. since this plywood is only 3/4" thick that makes a difference. And yes plywood isn't usually measured by board feet, but by square feet (4 X 8 = 32 square feet). If you wanted to know board feet it would be 4 X 8 X 3/4"( or .75) = 32 X .75 = 24 board feet. Usually sawmill lumber (rough cut) is sold by the board foot. some examples are 1" thick X 12" wide X 10' long = 10 board feet .......... 1" thick X 8 wide X 10' = (1 X 8 = 2/3 of a foot width times 10' long = 2/3 (.66667) X 10' = 6.6667 board feet......... 1-1/2" thick X 8" wide X 10' = 1-1/2 X 8" (2/3 of a foot width) - times 10' long = 1.5 X .6667 X 10' = 10.0005 etc You can use the formula for any board if you convert the inches to decimals (thickness and width) times number of feet. Read Less
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L" x W" x T" / 144, where T is rounded up to 1", = 32 board feet
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Plywood is not rated in board feet...it is square surface feet. Board feet applies to solid hardwoods. A 4 x 8 sheet of plywood has 32 square feet of surface.
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February 20, 2015
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A full sheet of plywood is 48 board feet.
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What does RTD mean

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http://www.conaxtechnologies.com/case_rtd_plywood.aspx
Application Case Studies
IN-PROCESS RTD SENSOR REDUCES DELAMINATION OF PLYWOOD
Industry: Wood Manufacture
Application: Monitor steam feed heater plates on a plywood press.
Customer Requirement:
The customer was using hand-held infra-red sensors to monitor the 31 heater plates on a plywood press. The need to perform periodic manual
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IN-PROCESS RTD SENSOR REDUCES DELAMINATION OF PLYWOOD
Industry: Wood Manufacture
Application: Monitor steam feed heater plates on a plywood press.
Customer Requirement:
The customer was using hand-held infra-red sensors to monitor the 31 heater plates on a plywood press. The need to perform periodic manual temperature checks caused substantial down time. They wanted to replace the hand-held sensors with a more accurate, efficient and continuous method to monitor the temperature of the press plates used in the bonding of the plywood.
Conax Design Solution:
A Conax RTD34W3-SS25-B3-PG2BV-3.00" with a 0.25" x 0.50" NPT hex bushing was installed in the steam line that feeds into the press plates. Each RTD is connected to an operator alarm and data logger for quality control of the process.
The use of the in-process RTD sensors significantly reduced the delamination caused by insufficient heating of the plywood during the press cycle. If the plywood sheet is found to have delaminated areas, it is sold as a lower grade plywood at a reduced market value. Each press handles 30 sheets of plywood per two-minute press cycle, so the reduction in delamination has significant economic impact. Read Less
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The product description says "RTD SHEATHING SYP", this means this board is RATED SHEATHING SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE. It has NOTHING to do with how the board is made. People sure are gullible these days!
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RTD refers to the method used to manufacture the plywood. This is, essentially, next generation CDX plywood which is manufactured with a quality control system using RTDs (Resistance Temperature Detectors) to maintain correct temperature during the bonding process. This process helps ensure complete bonding of the layers to minimize delamination.
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It means its APA rated rated=RTD that is all it means
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is 23/32 same as 3/4 inch?

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I'm looking to replace my subfloor in my Kitchen & bathrooms, because it going down where there will be moisture, what would be a better sealer? Thompson's, boiled linseed oil? I will be laying hardiback, then tile down in both rooms? I also need 3/4", is 23/32 the same thickness?
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closest you can get to 3/4" ...3/4" is 0.75" this stuff is 0.71875" (where as "2/3" is 0.667")
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Technically 23/32 is not the same as 3/4… but its darn close. 3/4's is only 1/32 of an inch larger than 23/32. You should be fine if your laying hardiback over it.
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August 18, 2016
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No, the 23/32 is equivalent to 2/3 inch.
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23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. RTD Sheathing Syp is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. RTD Sheathing Syp I had a limited amount of time to remove and replace flooring in mobile home. That is why i chose this over the T & G type. It is plenty durable and worked very well for our needs.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from More Specifications required The specification for this product is missing some important information. The listing does not indicate the face panel rating (A-B-C-D). Does not indicate the Exposure rating or glue rating. Does not indicate the APA Panel index number...Attn: The Inspector can reject your work if the APA Panel Index number does not match what is specified on your approved plans! Please provide minimum technical information.
Date published: 2015-10-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It's not what I needed, all 35 panels are still sitting at my house. I needed 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x... It's not what I needed, all 35 panels are still sitting at my house. I needed 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Southern Pine Tongue and Groove Plywood Sheathing. I have to return the ones I have and replace them for the ones mentioned above.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Have many knots/voids, warped badly. ordered on line, substandard quality, I guess you get what y... Have many knots/voids, warped badly. ordered on line, substandard quality, I guess you get what you pay for. should have used my local lumber yard cost was only a couple dollars more, but far better quality.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Sheathing in conjunction with the metal flooring kit played an important in the stability of ... The Sheathing in conjunction with the metal flooring kit played an important in the stability of the steel shed. The finished product met all our requirements.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Serves My Purpose So I bought this plywood to make a 130 gallon fish tank and aquaponic set up. It was chosen for its price. And in the store it was laying nice and flat on the cart. So I got 4 sheets and had the store employee cut them according to my cut list. Since he said it cost 25 cents a cut, I only had each 4x8 sheet cut down once or twice to get the material home on top of my Camry. The guy was off a half inch on one cut. But I could live it. The plywood itself is rated for sheathing. At not quite 3/4 of an inch it remained 97% flat for the installation. The only slight negative is that it had more knot holes and grooves than I realized at first look. Since I wasn't making furniture that wasn't a problem. But I did take the precaution of using auto body filler to fill the knot holes and grooves to ensure its strength against the weight of water. All in all It worked for my purposes and would use it again.
Date published: 2015-09-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Professionals as well as week end warriors should know about grading of plywood I'd recommend for the correct application. Most complaints are because the product bought wasn't the correct product for the application. If you get tired of reading this, then you might appreciate real professionals of the trade and get a glimpse of what they are expected to know. Span Rating The number that appears in the trademark on APA RATED STURD-I-FLOOR, APA RATED SHEATHING and APA RATED SIDING panels. Two numbers separated by a slash (e.g., 24/0, 32/16, 48/24) appear on APA RATED SHEATHING. The left-hand number is the maximum recommended center-to-center spacing of supports in inches when the panel is used for roof sheathing with long dimension across supports (unless the strength axis is otherwise identified). The right-hand number is the maximum center-to-center spacing of supports in inches when the panel is used for subflooring with long dimension across supports. When a panel is applied as wall sheathing, the left-hand number applies to stud spacing. A rating of 24 oc or more means the panel can be applied to studs spaced 24 o.c. A rating less than 24 oc means the panel can be applied to studs spaced 16 o.c. APA RATED SHEATHING panels may be applied as wall sheathing either vertically or horizontally. In all cases the panel should be applied continuous over three or more supports. And, I suppose since we're at it, might as well put out the Bond Classifications (glueline water resistance), too-- Bond Classification Exposure ratings for APA structural wood panels designated in APA trademarks as Exterior, Exposure 1, Exposure 2, or Interior. * Exterior panels have a fully waterproof bond and are designed for applications subject to permanent exposure to the weather or to moisture. * Exposure 1 panels have a fully waterproof bond and are designed for applications where long construction delays may be expected prior to providing protection, or where high moisture conditions may be encountered in service. Exposure 1 panels are made with the same exterior adhesives used in Exterior panels. However, because other compositional factors may affect bond performance, only Exterior panels should be used for permanent exposure to the weather. * Exposure 2 panels (identified as Interior type with intermediate glue under PS 1) are intended for protected construction applications where only moderate delays in providing protection from moisture may be expected. * Interior panels or panels which lack further glueline information in their trademarks are manufactured with interior glue and are intended for interior applications only.
Date published: 2013-11-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Warped plywood Badly warped. May return if they continue to curl before we cut them.
Date published: 2014-11-04
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