Engineered Wood - Laminated Beams

    Engineered Wood - Laminated Beams

    Engineered Wood - Laminated Beams

    Engineered Wood Laminated Beams are structural components used as framing pieces and as floor beams, headers, and columns. Laminated beams must comply with APA standards in order to be used in a structural capacity, and most manufacturers advise against field notching, cutting, or drilling laminated beams unnecessarily to avoid compromising the structural integrity of the units. The Engineered Wood - Laminated Beams category on ebuild lists engineered wood laminated beams for structural applications.

    Use the ebuild Specifier to narrow down your search and find engineered wood laminated beams that fit the project requirements. You may choose engineered wood laminated beams from listed manufacturers, including:

    You may also select values for key specifications to narrow your choices among available engineered wood laminated beams:

    Beam Width refers to the measurement across the shortest side of the unit, expressed in inches.

    Modulus of Elasticity (MOE) refers to the industry classification of a structural component's strength, specifically measuring the stiffness of the unit and potential bending or curving that will be experienced under a certain load.

    A selection in Beam Type would indicate if the desired unit is to be Glulam (glued-laminated) or Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL).

    Beam Depth refers to the measurement from the topmost "layer" bottommost "layer" or piece of lumber composing the two ends of the unit, expressed in inches.