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cross laminated timber

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cross
laminated
timber.

Cross-laminated timber (KLH®, BSP, CLT, X-LAM, Cross-Lam) is made from spruce slats stacked atop of each other which are bonded using high press force and formaldehyde free adhesives to form large-format building elements.

The elements are statically stressed construction elements and are used as wall, floor and roof panels in solid timber construction projects. Thanks to the cross-wise structure of the longitudinal and cross-slats, wood expansion and shrinkage in the panel plane is reduced to an insignificant minimum. At the same time, this raises the structural load capacity and dimensional stability in the panel plane.

In accordance with the European Technical Assessment, technically dried timber with a wood humidity of 12% (+/- 2%) is used for the manufacture of KLH® solid timber boards. Destructive vermin, fungi or insect infestation is thus excluded. KLH® solid timber boards are regarded CE certified building materials. The raw slats used are sourced from sustainably forestry and are either PEFC or FSC® C119602 certified.

Production in
modern facilities.

In our modern production facilities, the elements are exclusively produced in a project-related way. The thickness of the elements and the number of plies used mostly depends on the structural and fire-protection requirements. On the basis of approved production plans, the elements are cut using state-of-the-art CNC systems. The elements are delivered directly to the construction site on a just-in-time basis, either by lorry or in a container. On location, they are mounted by the expert personnel of a timber construction company or that of a construction company using a construction crane.

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Educational Buildings

Kinderhaus Kreuzfeld

An architectural masterpiece. Sustainably built with visible KLH® – CLT, it offers children an inspiring environment for education and community.

Modular construction

Fritz-Kissel-Housing

Careful addition with wooden modules

HotelsModular construction

Twente – Family Homes

Sustainable and solid prefabricated houses

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HLT Retz

The original building from the 1970s underwent an expansion with the addition of a courtyard building. This new structure seamlessly connects to the existing one, thanks…

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Houten Hotel Almere

Addition to an existing restaurant with over 172 hotel rooms on four floors.

Refurbishment & Extensions

Timber Lofts

A new four-story building and the renovation and reuse of an existing five-story industrial building

Multi-storey Residential Buildings

Le Haut-Bois

The two structures, a 9- and a 6-storey building, are connected by the unique staircase that is both open on one side and glazed on the…

Refurbishment & Extensions

The new house

Update for a 1980s house

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Hotel Green Solution House 2.0

A prototype for sustainable construction

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The Ritz-Carlton

Luxury in an exceptional resort

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KLH Massivholz GmbH
Gewerbestrasse 4
A-8842 Teufenbach-Katsch
KLH Massivholz Wiesenau GmbH
Wiesenau 2
9462 Bad St. Leonhard

Together with our customers we are contributing to an eco-friendly and sustainable future– this drives us and makes us proud.

Marco Huter | Managing Director

With innovations and continuous development of production technology, we are always focused on the needs of our customers. Our responsible handling of the renewable and sustainable resource “wood” pursues the goal of managing ecological and economic challenges.

Johann Hochegger | Managing Director

Research and development have always been a part of our concept. We aim to use innovative, efficient and both economically and ecologically sustainable solutions in solid timber construction.

Johannes Habenbacher | Chief Technical Officer

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