Solid spruce structural timber. Due to technical drying, it achieves excellent structural properties and does not contain substances harmful to health. Finger joints enables the production of beams in a standard lengths up to 13 meters.
KVH structural timber is used for example for frame structures of buildings, floor structures, pitched and flat roofs, gazebos, pergolas.
Glued laminated timber made of technically dried spruce lamellas with the thickness of 40 mm. Defective areas with reduced strength are cut out. By eliminating natural wood defects and layering the slats, a product is created that meets demanding construction and architectural requirements. BSH beams are produced in visual quality.
Glued laminated timber is mainly used for wall and floor structures, visual structures, gazebos, pergolas but also for bridge constructions and structures requiring beams with a large span.
Structural timber consisting of two or three solid wood beams glued together. Beams are produced in a standard length of up to 13 meters. Due to the fixed connection, the product is dimensionally and shape stable over time.
Beams used mainly for frame building structures, floor and roof structures, gazebos.