Finger-Jointed Timber (KVH)

Natural building material for durable timber structures

KVH (Finger-jointed Solid Timber) is a visually or mechanically sorted, technically dried and planed construction timber. The quality-monitored, standardized solid timber product with firmly defined properties is generally produced in finger-jointed lengths up to  13 m lengths.

Used as:
• beams
• purlins
• rafters
• trusses
• columns
• frames
 
Used in:
• timber frame buildings
• Post and beam structures
• Skeleton structures
• Roof structures

Species:
Spruce/fir, larch, Douglas fir, pine
 
Grade:
at least S10 acc. DIN 4074, C24 acc. DIN 1052
 
Moisture content:
15%, +/- 3%
 
Finger-joint:
Acc. to DIN 68 140-1, adhesive melamine resin or PU based
 
Surface:
• Non visual and visual quality
• 4 sides clean planed
• 4 edges slightly chamfered   

Dimensions:
Widths: 60, 80, 100, 120 and 140 mm
Heights: 80, 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, 200, 240, 260 and 280 mm
Lengths: 13 m
 
Stock beams:
Package incl. 1 cross-section and 1 quality
 
Defined lengths:
Packed in defined lengths, e.g. 6,0 / 7,0 / 7,5 / 8,0 / 8,5 or 9 m
 
Individual custom cut lists
Optimized list of different cross-sections in multiple lengths
trimmed to exact length upon request
 
Packaging:
Packages bundle wrapped

• Quality supervised manufacturing process
• Clearly defined strength grades
• Dry building material, approx. 15% wood moisture
• Cleanly planed surface
• Highly  durable
• Quick turn-around time, quick availability
• Economical manufacturing
• CO2 storage, climate-positive

 

Michaela Schlimm
T:  +49 7046 880 6115 
F:  +49 7046 880 6116 
M: +49 160 4934451
michaela.schlimm@remove-this.timberconcept.de



Markus Tiling
T:  +49 8389 922 89 20 
F:  +49 8389 922 89 29 
M: +49 160 535 1011
markus.tiling@remove-this.timberconcept.de