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  Beams, columns, lintels
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Further information
  Explanation of Data sheets - support information

Data sheet (pdf, 36KB)

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    beams, columns - Strength graded structural timber

Strength graded structural timber is sawn timber (without finger joints) which is produced for loadbearing applications by cutting or profiling of round wood in saw mills. For construction purposes solid timber has to be classified accordning to its strength by visual or machine grading according to ÖNORM EN 14081-1. In Austria visual grading continues to take place according to ÖNORM DIN 4074-1. Different strength classes apply. Sawn timber can be refined further by subjecting it to additional processing steps, e.g. kiln drying, planing, chamfering and additional profiling. The natural durability (against biological attack) of structural solid timber depends on the wood species used. The durability can be enhanced by treatments with preventative biocides.
  Details of sustainability rating (Basis: tdry mass)

Spruce, rough sawn

[kg CO2 Äqv.]
[kg SO2 Äqv.]
PEI ne
[kg PO4 Äqv.]
[kg C2H4 Äqv.]
19,3 -1.490,0 1,6 2.720,0 20.600,0 0,3 0,4

Manufacturer according to ÖNORM EN 14081-1
Product Manufacturer
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