Glulam beams / Glulam – Structural timber is technically dried natural wood with a moisture content of up to 15/+/- 3/%. The product is made by longitudinal extension of details in order to obtain structural elements longer than ordinary wood. The structural wood is glued together in layers according to the height desired by the customer, which results in glulam with a higher load-bearing capacity. Polyurethane glue is used for gluing, which leaves a light glue connection. Structural wood must be protected from the weather outside by impregnation, deep impregnation or varnishing, depending on the application.
We make glulam from high-quality spruce wood. Glulam production meets the requirements of EN 14080:2013 / DIN 1052,
finger jointing meets the requirements of EN 14080:2013 / DIN 68140-1.
We stock a standard range of products for fast deliveries.
The cross-sections of these glulam beams are our standard options
Production time of cross-sections of other glulam beams approx. 5 to 14 working days depending on the quantity