Cross-laminated timber (CLT)
Solid, large-format, and dimensionally stable
We manufacture cross-laminated timber, commonly known as X-lam, using sorted and dressed spruce boards. These boards are placed and bonded crosswise, layer by layer. The resulting large solid wood X-lam panels consist of three, five, seven, or more layers, retaining their shape perfectly and offering outstanding technical qualities.
CLT is utilized for walls, ceilings, and roofs and has been a vital component in timber construction since its invention in the 1990s.
Rubner X-lam panels can reach sizes of up to 7.0 m x 4.20 m and thicknesses of up to 28 cm.
The crosswise arrangement of layers significantly reduces swelling and shrinking, making it negligible from a construction technology perspective.
The cross-layering of strips enables load transfer in all directions. CLT elements can be utilized for in-plane load transfer in statics, biaxial cantilevers, or on-point support.
CLT elements are suitable for wall, roof, and ceiling structures. Their dimensional stability makes positioning easy and ensures accuracy, minimizing tolerances in overall construction.
We offer made-to-order prefabrication within our maximum dimensions of 17.0 x 4.20 x 0.24 m. Our factory performs cuts for openings (windows, doors, staircases, installations) and assembly (rabbet edges).