Reception and sorting of raw materials
At this stage, the lumber reception department checks if raw materials meet the standards of production.
High-quality wood is being stacked and subsequently sets off to the next production stage.
At this production stage, piles of lumber of natural moisture content enter the chambers to dry off to a moisture content about 12%. For wood drying, we use convective drying chambers, with a load capacity of 100 m3 each. The wood drying process is completely automated, is carried out by the prior set program under the strict guidance of our technologists. Each drying cycle takes 7-8 days, depending on the season.
Wood defect screening
The dried plank arrives at the workshop. First of all, it is transported to a 4-sided woodworking machine for the flaws detection process. At this stage, takes place the initial wood planing, which reveals the visual defects present on the board. The planed board is stacked, then sets off to the next operation.
At this stage, the cross-cutting machine operator cuts out all unacceptable defects from the planed board. This stage of production requires great accuracy, it is important not to miss any imperfection, but at the same time not to overdo the panel. Thereafter, defect-free boards are sent to the next production stage.
On a defect-free piece of the panel, we apply a non-toxic adhesive with durability class D4. Then panels are placed under a special splicing press, where individual pieces become a solid glued lamella. After gluing and pressing, the lamellas are sent to set.
Lamellas chisel work
Spliced lamellas are sent to a 4-sided woodworking machine, designed specifically to perform a chisel work. Here, glued lamellas undergo a process of final chiseling and planing, before splicing it into glued timber, the final product.
Splicing lamellas into a timber
After going through a 4-sided woodworking machine, planed lamellas are sent to the adhesive applying machine. After that, the lamellas with glue applied to them go under the wood splicing press. The pressing cycle takes 30 minutes. At the end of these procedures, we get glued timber, ready for further processing into various products.
Profiling or planing glued timber
After the glued timber production workshop finished timber is sent to manufacture other various products. Depending on the purpose of the further product exploitation, glued bar undergoes extra planning or profiling process. If further on it is planned from said bar to produce glued beam, then it is planed to a square shape.
Production of wooden parts (cutting woodworking joints and pre-drilling holes for steel dovels)
At this stage, profiled or planed glued beams are being sent to an automatic joint-cutting machine. The joint-cutting equipment sets up for cutting out the details for your future house specifically. At the end of this cycle, each individual product is marked with a tag corresponding to the particular detail number in the construction project.
At the moment our production facilities are fitted with the most modern equipment and allow us to produce even the most intricate elements for your future glued timber house.
You get a precision details for walls, floors, beams, trusses, rafter system, frame elements, produced in the factory with the most reliable and high-quality machinery.
Every glued timber product must be sent to the Quality Control Department, where before packing it is visually inspected and checked for their safety, quality, compliance and fit for purpose.