Glued Beam and Cutstock

The glued beam is the material intended for production of window blocks, framed doors, and other products used in residential construction. Each beam consist of 3 profiles glued together. Each profile can also be supplied separately as cutstock.


Window Beam is made of three-plied glued lamellas.
Standard dimentions: 4 x 4, 3 x 4, length is up to 20 feet

Standard dimentions:
1 x 4
1 x 6
2 x 3
2 x 4
2 x 5
5 x 5

Length for finger jointed: up to 20 feet
Length for solid: up to 16 feet

Species: Pine, Larch

Moisture content: 10 ± 2%


  • Akzo Nobel Casco Products (Sweden)
  • Class of glued connection D4

    Saw cuts:

  • Outside lamellas - radial, semiradial
  • Inside lamella - tangential

    Grading characteristics:

    Grade I
    Grade II
    intergrown knots, sound knots diameter up to 1/4" not allowed allowed 1 per 3ft of length in inside lamella
    checks not allowed allowed 1 per 3ft of length in inside lamella
    heartwood not allowed not allowed
    resinous spots and strips not allowed not allowed
    dark-blue not allowed not allowed
    resin pockets not allowed not allowed

    Packing: pallets, polyethylene film, corrugated cardboard, metal tape

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    Last modified: 05/27/05