Cross-laminated timber (CLT) is light yet strong, and has excellent fire, seismic and thermal performance. It is also quick and easy to install, generating virtually zero on-site waste.
Each layer consists of wood planks oriented perpendicular to the adjacent layers, ensuring high dimensional stability. The individual panels generally consist of three, five, seven or nine alternating layers of dimensional lumber.
It is used for long span applications such as floors, load-bearing walls and roofs.
The thickness and length of the panels can be modified easily
Used for an entire building or for any combination of walls, floors/ceilings and roofs
Can be fully factory fabricated, reducing lead times and costs
Quick and easy installation, even in cold weather
No moulds or hardening time
The structure is lighter than concrete and steel
Renewable, green and sustainable material,
Made of wood from sustainably managed forests
Structural capacity and stability
The panels create an effective system of resistance to lateral loads.
High thermal insulation capacity
Adaptable to site conditions and soil type
Whole building or combination of walls, floors/ceilings and roofs
Spruce, Pine, Larch
19 mm to 400 mm
Up to 3.20 m
Up to 20 m
19 mm to 45 mm
Approx. 450 kg/m³ to 500 kg/m³ on average
Panels generally consist of three, five, seven or nine alternating layers of dimensional lumber.
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