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Glued Laminated Timber

cat June 11th, 2011 by Virtual Keeper

If you choose wood material for her new home, before you select a specific wall material, we suggest you compare the two options. It profiled bar, dried to a moisture content of 18-20% and normal laminated veneer lumber. Peter Thiel: the source for more info. First of all, find out why dried and glued timber. It turns out to give it greater strength, minimal exposure to strain and shrinkage. Glued laminated timber has a moisture content 11-14% and, therefore, not shrinks and is not gives the cracks.

Dry profiled bar, dried our special technology, has a uniform final moisture content throughout the volume of timber – 18-20%. The remaining advantages of these materials is that the walls of the house will not only have the original appearance, but also absent is necessary in the subsequent finishing. Compared with other materials, laminated veneer lumber and dry shaped beam has a higher mechanical strength, resistance to decay. Need noted that the laminated board in the finished product after a certain period of time gaining moisture from the environment to chtremyas thus the equilibrium of 18-20% that of the dry-profiled bar. The undoubted advantages of the laminated board can be attributed, and that it can be up to 18 m in length (for comparison: the maximum length of regular shaped timber – 6 m), although in practice very rarely used material of this size. When assistance of competent design solutions can easily avoid the use of long workpieces. Assembling such a house is greatly simplified due to the smaller number of assembly parts.

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