Finger-jointed structural timber

Structural timber is natural wood dried using a technological process and has a moisture content of up to 18%. Structural timber is made by the lengthwise joining of the components to make structural elements that are longer than natural timber. Polyurethane adhesive is used to glue the pieces together, as it leaves a light-colored joint. The structural timber must be protected in outdoor conditions by pressure treatment or varnish, depending on where it is used.

Areas of use:

  • Roof battens
  • Timber frame walls in residential construction
  • Floor and ceiling beams and frame
  • Rafters
  • Overhanging roof beams

Technical specifications:

Species of woodSpruce
Strength classS 10 / C 24
Manufacturing standardEN15497
AdhesivePolyurethane PU, light, DIN 68141; EN 301
Moisture content15 ± 3%
Sortingvisual, DIN 4074-1
Surface qualityCalibrated on four sides, chamfered edges, quality non-visible
PackagingFilm package
height (mm) 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240
thickness (mm)

Standard length: 13.0 metres

Other lengths by special order

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