LVL LVB Beam

LVL LVB Beam

LVL Terminology

LVL Terminology Span The clear distance between supports measured along the beam.   Continuous Span Beams Continuous span values given in the tables should only be used where:- a) The beam is not notched or partially cut through at internal support points and, b) If the spans are not equal, …

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Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) inspections and QC CHECKLIST

Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) inspections and QC CHECKLIST Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL)  is manufactured from specially selected eucalyptpus and pine veneers. State-of-the-art manufacturing technology, coupled with a rigid quality control program, assures a precise veneer lay-up and provides for proper distribution of the natural characteristics in wood, further assurance of  …

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LVL Scaffold Plank

Scaffold Plank. Murphy engineered wood scaffold planks are certified by  OSHA safety limits are and factory proof-load tested.Scaffold planks are manufactured from Pine,eucalyptus and fir, which provides superior strength and a dependable, safeplank.

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LAMINATED VENEER LUMBER Manufacturing Production process

LAMINATED VENEER LUMBER Manufacturing Production process http://www.woodskyscrapers.org/laminated-veneer-lumber.html Laminated Veneer Lumber, LVL has been on the market for many years but was typically used as a framing integration product for stick frame houses. LVL has now been expanded into new production capabilities and can be used for large beams, columns and …

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LVL LVB Boards Inspection

LVL LVB Boards Inspection Laminated veneer lumber (LVL): The wood is peeled into veneers over 1 mm thick by rotary cutting, then coated with glue, thickened and laminated.After drying, the surface is roughly sanded. Its processing technology and structure are the same as that of plywood, but the surface is not …

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LVL STORAGE, HANDLING AND INSTALLATION

LVL STORAGE, HANDLING AND INSTALLATION Failure to follow good procedures for installation, storage and handling could result in unsatisfactory performance and unsafe structures. LVL should be stored lying flat and protected from the weather. • Stickers to be aligned one above the other and spaced no more than 8’-0” apart. …

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I-Joist Basics

I-Joist Basics I-joists are strong, lightweight, “I” shaped engineered wood structural members that meet demanding performance standards. I-joists are comprised of top and bottom flanges, which resist bending, united with webs, which provide outstanding shear resistance. The flange material is typically laminated veneer lumber (LVL) or solid sawn lumber, and …

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