Pressing pressure in wood glue construction
In the gluing process of wood lamellas, the pressing pressure plays a decisive role. Especially in the production of glulam and X-LAM, a certain pressing pressure is of great importance in order to achieve an optimal bond and thus a high-quality end product.
Pressing pressure in the
production of laminated timber
In the production of laminated timber, a pressure of about 0.8 N/mm² is applied. In this process, several layers of wooden lamellas are placed on top of each other and glued together under high pressure. The pressing pressure strengthens the bond between the individual lamellas and gives the glulam greater strength and stability.
Pressing pressure during the
production of X-LAM
X-LAM consists of at least three layers of sawn timber glued together at right angles to each other. A certain pressing pressure is also decisive in the production of X-LAM. Here, a somewhat lower pressure of about 0.5 N/mm² is applied.
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