Neofor proposes engineered products available in
several categories such as:
Solid structural wood - SSW
Also known as "multiple finger-jointed structural wood", it is a piece of wood obtained by finger-jointing at least two strips joined together by a lap joint. Solid finger-jointed wood is available as rails of great length classified for structural use.
Reconstituted solid wood - RSW
Section wood rails of maximum 280 x 280 mm and made of two to five layers or strips of thickness strictly more than 45 mm and less than 85 mm, joined together widthwise so as to preserve the parallel grains of the wood. The key difference between SSW and RSW is the thickness of the strips it contains and which cannot exceed 45 mm for glulam.
Glued Laminated Timber (glulam) - GLT
Rail of wood comprising at least two layers or strips of thickness between 6 and 45 mm (included), glued together widthwise so as to preserve the parallel grains of the wood. The key difference between GLT and RSW is the thickness of the strips it contains. It cannot exceed 45 mm for glulam.Download the product sheet