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5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Advantech T&G Sheathing

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About This Product

With an industry-leading warranty and unmatched 300-day no-sanding guarantee, Advantech flooring is the flooring panel that more builders trust. It's engineered for superior strength, moisture resistance and quality so you can build the quiet, stiff floor your homeowners demand. Advantech flooring has won the #1 quality brand leader from builder magazine for 8 consecutive years and studies show that 9 out of 10 builders who try Advantech flooring stick with it for good.


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Model # 636093

Store SKU # 636093

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Actual Product Length (in.)

96.000 in

Actual Product Thickness (in.)

0.625 in

Actual Product Width (in.)

48 in

Nominal Product Length (ft.)


Nominal Product Thickness (in.)


Nominal Product Width (ft.)



Exposure Durability


Panel/Veneer Grade


Plywood Features

No Additional Features

Plywood Product Type


Span Rating

16 oc.

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Backed by industry leading 50-year limited warranties. Limitations and restrictions apply - see warranty for details.

Questions & Answers

Q:how much does a 4x8 sheet wiegh ?
by|Jun 19, 2024
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Q:I would like to know if 5/8 inch advantech sheathing with tongue and groove edges shoud be use for roofing rather than the plain edge?? I know that the stuff is moisture sensitive and requires gaps between the sheets. I wonder if the t&g is designed for expansion??
by|Sep 30, 2020
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A:  The Advantech sheathing is designed for subfloor applications only. The 5/8" Zip System panel would be used for roofing applications.

by|Oct 6, 2020
    Q:Does it swell when wet?
    by|Aug 7, 2020
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    A:  Advantech is specifically engineered for exposure to water during construction. The material is extremely resilient to water exposure and hence it's application to subfloors as a preferred building material.

    by|Apr 15, 2021

      A:  OSB products generally do not respond well to moisture.

      by|Apr 15, 2021
        Q:Hoping to use as an interior sheathing in cold climate and also use as the homes vapor barrier.
        by|Jan 23, 2020
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        A:  Per the manufacturer: "OSB in general has a perm rating of 2-3 US perms. Vapor transfer can also be measured in metric perms (equal to about 1.52 US perms) and finally in nanograms per second per meter squared per pascal (ng for short). One US perm is equal to about 57.21 ng. Therefore a substrate that has a US perm rating of 2-3 perms would be 114-171 ng. OSB is often not referred as a vapor barrier and at the most would be considered a class III vapor barrier. Most building requirements call out the use of a class I or II vapor barrier."

        by|Oct 16, 2021
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          A third of the Hubers were thinner than 5/8”, tapering...
          A third of the Hubers were thinner than 5/8”, tapering down to 1/2” on one side.I did not notice this QC disaster till the glue set when installing abutting hard wood floors. So many structural and aesthetic consequences “guaranteed for a lifetime”.
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          We used it on our daughters bathroom floor. It was...
          We used it on our daughters bathroom floor. It was great to work with and laid flat
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          Remarkablely durable & weather proof OSB
          I have sheets of 3/4in. (nominal) Advantech as unpainted sheathing/siding on an outbuilding exposed year round for 4 years to northern Maine weather. Maybe 6 chips/flakes have loosened overall (not even detached!). The surface layer has greyed, otherwise this stuff seems to be impervious to water, sun, freezing/heating. It's VERY dense, not like regular OSB. Don't expect screws less than 2in long to countersink without predrilling.
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