Glued laminated timber – Larch
In the subsequent grading process, strength-reducing or unsightly growth deviations such as large knots, resin pockets and bark inclusions are cut out and pushed into endlessly long lamellas with a finger-shaped, friction-locked adhesive joint.
The endless lamellas are then planed to a thickness of 33 mm, glued and pressed.
The resulting beam can now be tied if desired by the customer, e.g. the installation of steel parts. Additionally the components can be provided with weather protection or wood protection and then packaged if desired.
Through drying, homogenisation and strength grading, a very dimensionally stable, crack-minimised product is created which has a higher bending strength than normal construction timber.
Due to the waterproof gluing and the lamella thickness of less than 35 mm, our product can be used in service class I (indoor area with room climate), service class II (outdoor area with increased air humidity but under roof) as well as service class III (outdoor area and freely weathered).
They can be used in service class I/II and III alike. See tab areas of application for more details.
Our certificates include the CE certificate as well as the certificate of constancy of performance. All issued by the Materialprüfungsanstalt Universität Stuttgart in Germany.
Der Maximalquerschnitt unserer Lärche Leimbinder ist 24cm Breite, 2m Höhe und 24m Länge. Wobei die maximal Breite durch die Blockverleimung noch erhöht werden kann.