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LVL is comparable in strength to solid timber

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DATE:2016-1-29 9:33:33  Have Read:1804 次

Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) is a high-strength engineered wood product used primarily for structural applications. It is
comparable in strength to solid timber, concrete and steel and is manufactured by bonding together rotary peeled or sliced
thin wood veneers under heat and pressure. LVL was developed in the 1970s and is today used for permanent structural
applications including beams, lintels, purlins, truss chords and formwork. LVL can be used wherever sawn timber is used
however one of the main advantages is that it can be manufactured to almost any length, restricted only by transportation
to site.

LVL sizes will vary between manufacturers. Manufactured sheets or billets are usually 1200 m and 2400 m wide and in standard thicknesses of 35, 36, 39, 45 and 63 mm.

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