Structural Finger Jointed
SOLID TIMBER
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Solid construction timber is a construction material with precisely defined parameters, created to meet the needs and requirements of modern timber construction. DKL (known in Europe as KVH) obtained from coniferous wood, chamber-dried and mechanically sorted in terms of strength, and then planed, is created in the process of joining the length of the lamellas to the so-called fingerjoints. As a result, modern construction timber is created, in accordance with the applicable standards and construction supervision guidelines.


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  • roof structures
    (rafters, purlins, collar flaps, swords etc.)
  • construction of walls and ceilings
  • stiles in frame construction
  • floor and terrace joists
  • construction for dry development
    e.g. made of plasterboard
  • grate for facades
  • for the construction of canopies, sheds and gazebos
  • as a structural element requiring dimensional stability
  • timber species
    spruce
  • water content:
    15+-3%
  • strength class:
    C24
  • surface quality:
    visible class (W) or industrial class – invisible (NW)
  • surface finish:
    four-sided planed with bevelled edges
  • width:
    from 60 to 240mm
  • hight:
    from 45 to 160mm
  • lenght:
    to 15,0m (standard: 13,5m)
  • timber species:
    spruce (ρ=+450 kg/m3 )
  • water content:
    15+-3%
  • strength class:
    C24 according to PN-EN 338
  • strength sorting:
    mechanical
  • production:
    according to PN-EN 15497
  • glue:
    polyurethane; clear non-darkening connector
  • fire resistance:
    D-s2, d0
  • cross-section dimensional tolerance:
    +-2mm
  • packing:
    collective packages, wrapped in foil
STANDARD
DIMENSIONS