BANOVA® SUPERFLEX - Extremely flexible bendable plywood

BANOVA® SUPERFLEX, the world’s most lightweight and most flexible plywood made of balsa veneers. BANOVA® SUPERFLEX is a highly flexible core material for curved construction elements. Very tight radii can be achieved with only one core layer and two thin cover layers; but even thicker or multi-layer curved elements can be realized in a very short time. The ability of using existing tools, joining and adhesion techniques commonly used in wood processing is impressive, as is the light weight and the environmental compatibility of BANOVA® SUPERFLEX.



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Anything is possible.

BANOVA® SUPERFLEX fulfills the requirements of various markets: 

  • Furniture construction 
  • Interior finishing for vehicles, yachts and boats 
  • Trade fair and store furnishings 

BANOVA® SUPERFLEX can be produced to fulfill various properties, and thus its application is nearly unlimited: 

  • Ultra-light, stackable furniture 
  • Rounded furniture components or ceiling elements 
  • Decorative covers
  • Organically formed interior finishing

...nearly anything is possible


> Motorhome FRANKIA Selection T72 FD-L with BANOVA®


- Versatile applications and processing possibilities due to high flexibility

- Easy manufacturing and handling without special tools or machines

- Great surface quality on both sides when s-shaped

- Outstanding surface quality when bonded in a membrane press

- Organic smooth shaped surface – no segmentation compared to

other materials

- Solid core material makes a spotless surface possible

- BANOVA® SUPERFLEX – 100% FSC®-certified

- Dimensions: Thickness: 8 mm

- Formats: 1220 x 2440 mm / 2440 x 1220 mm / 3050 x 1220 mm


Easy processing

BANOVA® SUPERFLEX is a solid wood material; processing does not require special machines or tools as is the case with other lightweight composites. The standard thickness of 10 mm allows fast construction of the desired panel thickness with fewer layers and thus less adhesive and less work in general.



  • No investments for new tools and machines
  • Existing know-how and existing work processes can still be used
  • Up to 30% faster processing (e.g. laser cutting or CNC milling)
  • Panels can be pressed with less resistance and show minimal memory effect

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