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.

Product description:

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
Lumber moisture: 8-18%
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


Construct by Palmako production line