Finger Jointed Products
A finger joint is made by cutting a set of complementary, interlocking profiles in two pieces of wood, which are then glued together. Finger jointed timber is stronger than conventional dimension timber of the same grade.
|Lumber species:||Nordic Spruce (Picea abies)|
|Manufacturing:||In accordance with EN 15497|
|Timber grading:||In accordance with EN 14081 / DIN 4074|
|Finger jointing:||In accordance with EN 15497|
|Lamella thickness:||Standard 40 mm, can be up to 60 mm|
|Surface quality:||Planed on four sides, chamfered, visual or non visual quality, end trimmed|
|Lengths:||Up to 13,5 m|
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