Solid reconstituted wood – BMR
BMR reconstituted solid wood is generally intended for structural use: exposed wooden framework, posts, joists, construction of wooden frame houses.
Solid reconstituted wood
The manufacturing process consists, once the pieces of wood have been brought to a humidity level of between 12 and 18%, in purging the singularities not permitted for the targeted mechanical resistance class, in making the finger joints at the ends of the blades ( heart orientation on the same side), to glue the joints and join the pieces by pressing in order to reconstitute a very long piece then to glue and press the face of the slats (external slats oriented heart side outwards) to be laminated in order to obtain the desired room height.
This thickness must be greater than 45 mm and less than or equal to 85 mm. The pieces of solid reconstituted wood have a maximum section of 280 x 280 mm.
The mechanical resistance classes of reconstituted solid wood are C18 and C24.
Reconstituted solid wood must comply with harmonized standard NF EN 14080 relating to “Wooden structures – Glued laminated wood and reconstituted solid wood”.
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