CROSS-LAMINATED TIMBER

COMPONENT

Unique cross-laminated timber with smooth and simple surfaces.

COMPONENT

Cross-laminated timber is the base of the LOC component. Crosswise layering and gluing of at least three thick layers of panels creates a large-format, strong, and versatile sheet material. This is the base for walls and ceilings in modern solid timber construction – tested and certified.

Our components are the logical next step towards a high level of prefabrication, leading to increased efficiency. Our highly precise CNC systems shape, drill, mill, and join timber to create our components. This way, we create ready-to-assemble components for the construction kit of the future.

Efficiency has never looked better!

SURFACES

PRODUCT ADVANTAGES

DIMENSIONS ­AND CHARACTERISTICS

DIMENSIONS OF CEILINGS

Length: max. 16 m
Thickness: 6 – 36 cm
Width: up to 3.50 m
  • Covering layer along the load-bearing direction
  • Built with 3/5/7/9 layers, special builds on request

DIMENSIONS OF THE WALL

Length: max. 16 m
Thickness: 6 – 36 cm
Width: up to 3.50 m
  • Covering layer transverse to the load-bearing direction
  • Built with 3/5/7/9 layers, special builds on request

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FAQ

CLT is short for cross-laminated timber. CLT components are solid, load-bearing components that are glued together in three layers or more. Each layer is oriented in alternating directions to its adjacent layers. This layer-by-layer process enables the installation of soundproof or fireproof, as well as decorative layers. Among other terms, it is also known as BSP (German: Brettsperrholz).

Cross-laminated timber particularly qualifies for multi-storied residential and administrative buildings. It is load-bearing and has excellent characteristics regarding building physics and fire safety. Therefore, it is ideal for modular construction.

The material has a high mechanical resistance and an excellent strength-to-weight ratio. This means that timber is lighter than steel with the same load-bearing capacity and is almost as pressure-resistant as concrete – all while being sustainable.

Wooden houses are incredibly durable and can last for over 500 years due to their solid panels. With good care, a wooden facade lasts just as long as a traditional facade.

Our modules are designed by experienced architects. We are eager to plan your rooms tailored to your needs. We are experienced specialists in standard as well as individual modules.