High-Quality LVL Beams 200 x 63mm: Combining Strength and Adaptability in Modern Construction
Introducing our top-of-the-line product, the Structural LVL E14 Engineered Wood LVL Beams. These beams are designed to provide exceptional strength and durability for various construction applications. With a dimension of 200 x 63mm and treated with H2S for added protection, these SENSO Framing LVL F17 beams offer outstanding performance and reliability.
Crafted from high-quality engineered wood, these LVL beams are engineered to perfection. LVL stands for Laminated Veneer Lumber, a composite material made by layering thin wood veneers together with adhesive. This construction technique ensures uniformity and eliminates the natural defects found in solid wood, resulting in a highly stable and strong beam.
With a thickness of 63mm and a width of 200mm, these beams offer excellent load-bearing capacity, making them ideal for a wide range of structural applications. Whether you’re building a residential or commercial structure, these LVL beams will provide the necessary support and stability.
Refer to the Specifications below for specifications on the major types of LVL formwork supplied by ROCPLEX or contact us to discuss further your needs.
LVL Beams 200 x 63mm FAQ
Q: What is the maximum span for a 200 x 63mm LVL beam?
A: The maximum span for an LVL beam depends on several factors such as the load it will support, the distance between supports, and the building codes in your area. It’s best to consult with a structural engineer or builder to determine the appropriate span for your specific project.
Q: Can LVL beams be used for outdoor projects?
A: Yes, LVL beams can be used for outdoor projects as long as they are properly treated and sealed to protect against moisture and weathering. Consult with a supplier or manufacturer for specific information on outdoor use and treatment.
Q: Can LVL beams be cut to length on-site?
A: Yes, LVL beams can be cut to length on-site using standard carpentry tools. However, it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cutting and handling to ensure the structural integrity of the beam is not compromised.
Q: Are LVL beams more expensive than traditional solid wood beams?
A: LVL beams can be more expensive than traditional solid wood beams, but they offer several advantages such as increased strength and uniformity, which may offset the higher cost. Additionally, LVL beams can often be sourced from sustainably managed forests, making them a more environmentally friendly option.
Q: Can LVL beams be used for load-bearing walls?
A: Yes, LVL beams can be used for load-bearing walls. However, it’s important to consult with a structural engineer or builder to ensure that the LVL beam is appropriate for the specific load-bearing requirements of your project.