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KLH Worker controlling the cross-laminated timber tiles

Technical Details

Product name / Brand KLH
Other Product Names Cross-laminated timber (CLT) | X-Lam
Application Structural elements for walls, floors and roofs
Durability Service classes 1 and 2 according to EN 1995-1-1
Wood Species Spruce (pine, fir, stone pine and other wood types on request)
Panel Build up 3, 5, 7 or more layers depending on static requirements
Lamellae Thickness 20 to 45 mm, technically dried, quality-sorted and finger-jointed
Strenght Class C 24 according to EN 338, maximum 10% C 16 permitted (compare ETA-06/0138)
Adhesive Formaldehyde-free PUR adhesive, approved for load-bearing and non-load-bearing components indoors and outdoors according to EN 15425
Laminating Pressure At least 0.6 N/mm²
Wood Moisture Content 12% (+/- 2%) on delivery
Maximum Element Dimensions Length 16.50 m / width 2.95 m / thickness 0.50 m
Produced Widths 2.40 / 2.50 / 2.73 / 2.95 m
Surface quality Non-visual quality (NVQ) | Industrial visual quality (IVQ) | Domestic visual quality (DVQ)
Special surfaces on request
Weight 5.5 kN/m³ according to ÖNORM B 1991-1-1:2011 for structural analysis
500 kg/m³ for determination of transport weight
Moisture movement In panel plane 0.01% per % change in wood moisture content, perpendicular to panel plane (panel thickness direction)
0.24% per % change in wood moisture content
Thermal Conductivity λ = 0.12 W/(m*K) according to EN ISO 10456
Heat Storage Capacity cp = 1600 J/(kg*K) according to EN ISO 10456
Vapour Resistance µ = 20 to 50 according to EN ISO 10456
Air Tightness KLH solid wood panels can generally be used as airtight layers.
Connections to other components, butt joints, penetrations, etc. must be sealed appropriately.
Reaction to fire Euro class D-s2, d0
Resistance to Fire According to ETA - 06/0138