Glued laminated timber
A glulam is manufactured from layers of wood laminations (“lams”) that are bonded together with industrial adhesives (glue). Glulam timbers are manufactured to meet a range of design stresses. Beams are manufactured with the strongest lams on the bottom and top of the beam, where maximum tension and compression stresses occur.
The OSB panel (oriented strand board) is decorative high-tech product made from natural wood. The chip structure not only gives it its characteristic look, but also the exceptionally high level of bending strength. The OSB panel is made from long, narrow strips of wood that are arranged crosswise with two top layers and one middle layer.
Wood fibre insulation
Wood fibre insulation is a pressure-resistant wood fibre insulation board with low weight and an excellent value for thermal conductivity. Wood fibre insulation can be used universally for roofs and walls.
CLT – Cross laminated timber
CLT – Cross laminated timber is a solid pre-fabricated system element made from wood. It combines the many advantages of timber with the latest technological achievements that enable a high degree of prefabrication and rapid, safe construction. Compared to its weight, CLT is one of the most capable construction materials for multi-storey buildings such as residential buildings, commercial buildings (oices, hotels), municipal buildings such as schools, kindergartens or nursing homes and much more.
Different type of gypsum fibre boards
Gypsum fibre board is a reinforced material consisting of gypsum and cellulose fibres. These two raw materials are mixed and after the addition of water (no other binding agents) they are pressed under high pressure to form panel sheets. Subsequent to drying, the panels are impregnated with a hydrophobic agent and cut into the desired sizes.
Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)
Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is widely used in many everyday applications where its light weight, strength, durability, thermal insulation, and shock absorption characteristics provide superior benefits over other materials. Its insulation properties result in reduced energy costs.
Vapor barrier is any material used for damp proofing, typically a plastic or foil sheet, that resists diffusion of moisture through the wall, floor, ceiling, or roof assemblies of buildings and of packaging to prevent interstitial condensation. Technically, many of these materials are only vapor retarders as they have varying degrees of permeability.