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All About Bison Panels

Bison Panel is a versatile product, that finds use in multiple applications, given its unique properties. These are basically boards made out of 62% cement & 28% wood. The wood used is of fast-growing species like Eucalyptus & Poplar. Due to adoption of a special manufacturing process, the panel acquires the strength & durability of cement, & the easy workability of wood - a combination of qualities absent in other boards. Cement is strong & durable, & is not affected by fire, weather, termites, etc. Wood is light & strong, & can be easily worked upon with regular wood working machine tools like saws, cutters etc. As the wood particles in the board are mineralized with chemicals during the manufacturing process, the particles become termite & vermin resistant.


Bison Panel has innumerable applications - it can be used in all places where an ordinary particle board can be used. For example, Bison can be used for wall partitions, false ceilings, doors, wall claddings, flooring, kitchen platforms, table tops, stair cases, louvers, cabinets, cabins, & many more.

The main disadvantage of bison panel is its weight, it is much heavier than a gypsum board or plywood sheet of same thickness and size, hence the handling of these boards requires more manpower. Also, the workability, tends to take a bit longer, as these boards are quite hard.

One of the main advantages of bison panel is that they are value-for-money product. For the same thickness, bison panels cost almost 50% cheaper compared to a marine plywood. 

In the articles below, we have detailed out usage of Bison Panels for some of the most popular applications, as well as other frequently asked questions about Bison Panels.

1.       Making false ceilings with Bison Panels

2.       Using Bison Panels for flooring

3.       Marking partitions with Bison Panels

4.       Frequently Asked Questions about Bison Panels


You can order these boards in any size and thickness from here.


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