Structural timber finger joint "KVH"
Longitudinally glued wood is a machine-sorted product in terms of strength and dried in the drying chambers of 15% +/-3% humidity. The wood is glued to the fingerboards longitudinally, thanks to machining and low humidity, the material is not prone to cracks and is less prone to twisting.
Thanks to the drying of wood in the chembers, the wood is less cracked and the contents of the insecticides are lowered, so we can dispense with chemical preparations.
Application of laminated wood :
supporting and stiffening of wooden constructions such ans brackets and beams, purlins and rafters as well as poles and beams of wall elements, ceilings and roofs,
for building elements that remain visible in the case of high aesthetic requirements,
for the elements of the building where to abandon the chemical wood protection, structural elements,
for which high requirements for maintaining dimensions are set.
- Spruce wood
- Industrial quality NSI/SI
- Class C24
- Standards EN 385 ; DIN 68140-1
- Humidity 15 +/- 3%
- Visual Sorting DIN 4074-1
- Surface quality Four-sided planed, chamfered edges
- Packed with foils
- Standard lengths 13m / Cut to size on request
Standard dimensions / Quantity in bundle
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We also offer the squared timber with a tongue and groove in two variants
1. GLULAM LOGS beams - more information here >>>
2. Solid squared timber KVH with tongue and groove
On request we can make CNC machining according to the project >>>