An example of cross laminated timber - using WEINIG Concept system solutions
The abbreviation cross laminated timber (CLT) is the umbrella term for solid wood panels used in the building industry. CLT is composed of multiple panels that are arranged at right angles and are diagonally superimposed on top of each other.
A high level of structural stability is achieved by the diagonal structure of a minimum of three positions. Similarly to veneered plywood, this significantly reduces the amount of expansion and contraction of the wood.
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