Has anyone used concrete form plywood for the base of their floor?
Here is a little info
Concrete Form Plywood is Douglas Fir panel overlaid on one or two sides with a medium density phenolic resin impregnated fiber sheet.
Medium Density Overlay MDO
Made with 7 plies of Douglas Fir veneer
Greater strength and stifness in wet service conditions
Waterproof glue that will not delaminate
Cross-laminated veneers make the panels splitproof from nailing as well as tough and durable
I have used this in the past as a concrete framer and we would get about a year out of the sheets using them on multiple jobs before we had to scrap them. And it wasn't from delamination, it was from the face getting too many marks on it to produce a smooth finished product.
It is a bit more than cdx or regular ply but bolt it down and linex the bottom and I think you would never have to worry about it again.
I was thinking of using 3/8 then 1x's and then 3/8 sanded ply or a birch veneer on top. Or maybe a plywood based floor planking like what is on the walls of the Silver Beatle.
Good, Bad or halfway descent idea?
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