Finger-jointed sawn timber
The finger-jointing manufacturing technique produces long timber lengths from several pieces of sawn timber with the same cross-section.
- Technical beam, particularly lightweight, offering high mechanical strength. It provides a perfect alternative for non-visible constructions.
- The I-beam beam reconciles the rigidity of a classical beam with savings both financially and in terms of weight.
- More easy to handle, the I-beam makes any wood-frame construction project easier.
Beams in I STEICOJOIST
Laminated Veneer Lumber beam, comprising several layers of veneer, used for structural applications.
Beams LVL R STEICO