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Precast beam S-BEAM (LVL 48 P)
laminated veneer lumberrectangularfor flooring

precast beam
precast beam
precast beam
precast beam
precast beam
precast beam
precast beam
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Characteristics

Specifications
precast
Material
laminated veneer lumber
Cross section
rectangular
Applications
for flooring, framing, roof
Other characteristics
custom
Height

Min.: 200 mm (8 in)

Max.: 600 mm (24 in)

Description

LVL beams for long spans ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Kerto® LVL S-beam combines excellent technical performance with ease of use. Its essential qualities include strength, dimensional precision and stability. It is the ideal choice for beams whenever long spans are required. Kerto LVL S-beam (21-90mm) fullfils the requirements for strength class LVL 48 P. One of the notable features of LVL beams (laminated veneer lumber beams) is that the grains run longitudinally through all the layers. The finished panel is cross-cut and rip-sawn to order. Kerto® LVL S-beam is normally supplied in the form of straight beams but it can also be specially cut and shaped as required. Kerto® LVL S-beams for roof beams, joists and lintels Kerto® LVL S-beams are suitable for all roof shapes, also performing well as joists and lintels, in trussed constructions and frames. LVL beams are also a widely used material in the manufacture of prefabricated components. It is also a perfect supporting beams for trailer floors and walls. Kerto® LVL's light weight is of great advantage in repair and renovation work. Erection and installation can be carried out by fitters, without any heavy hoisting machinery, even in confined spaces. Kerto® LVL S-beams can be coated, to blend in with the rest of the architecture.

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