Glue-laminated wood beam MM BLOCKDECK
rectangularfor ceilingsroof

glue-laminated wood beam
glue-laminated wood beam
glue-laminated wood beam
glue-laminated wood beam
glue-laminated wood beam
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glue-laminated wood
Cross section
for ceilings, roof

Min.: 12 m (39'04")

Max.: 18 m (59'00")


200 mm (8 in)


Environmentally friendly building with laminated floor boards Profiled laminated floorboards and log house planks for ceilings, walls and roof structures are produced under the brandnames of MM blockdeck in the Mayr-Melnhof Holz factories. MM blockdeck consists of high-quality, glued spruce lamellas and is offered in dimensions ranging from 40 to 160 mm in thickness and up to 18 m in length. As standard is available from the Reuthe plant in qualities A/A and A/C for stricter requirements invisible applications. For larger orders, individual production with customised profiles in our other plants is also possible. Areas of application Walls Ceilings Cantilevered roof structures Supported roof structures Renovation and refurbishments Properties Glued, profiled panel boards and planks Suitable for ceilings and walls Selected hight-quality timbers in spruce Available in lengths up to 18 meters Individual profiles on request Commissioned lists on request Solid - modern - versatile Profiled floor and ceiling boards from Mayr-Melnhof Holz are used for both modern and are used for both modern and traditional timber constructions. On outside walls the specially selected spruce timbers with a permeable design offer exceptional resistance to wind and weather. In the interior, walls and ceilings made of MM blockdeck ensure a harmonious, pleasant indoor climate. MM blockdeck is a dry building material that, according to structuralrequirements, can also be used without further chemical treatment.


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