Definitions

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  • n. Glued laminated timber: a structural timber product composed of several layers of dimensioned lumber glued together.
  • n. A beam of this material.

Etymologies

Contraction of glued and laminated. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The proprietary coating line and equipment developed by EcoBlu for Calvert's glulam beams has the ability to coat 60,000 board feet of lumber per day.

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  • About Calvert Company, Inc. As one of the oldest continuous glulam manufacturers in the United States, Calvert Company was founded in 1947 and brings more than 60 years of experience producing high quality glued laminated beams.

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  • Work to include removal of existing bridge, construction of precast abutments, glulam beams, composite wood deck, timber hand rail, trail approach work, channel work and riprap PROJECT LOCATION: The project is located Chittenden, VT in Rutland County.

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  • RedBuilt FSC-certified products now include their open-web truss line (Red-L ™, Red-W ™, Red-S ™, Red-M ™, and Red-H ™), as well as Red-I ™ joists, RedLam ™ Laminated Veneer Lumber and sourced glulam beams.

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  • Glued Laminated Timber Association www. glulam.co.uk

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  • ® wood offers a wealth of new opportunities to architects, designers, specifiers, builders and manufacturers Leading applications include external doors and windows, shutters/shading, siding and cladding, decking, outdoor furniture/equipment and glulam beams for structural use.

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  • Calvert produces high quality products and now EcoBlu coated glulam beams will be sold nationally and worldwide through Calvert's extensive distribution network, "said Steve Conboy, President and CEO of EcoBlu Products.

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  • "We are extremely pleased to have Calvert ready to produce and ship the EcoBlu 3000F Glulam Beam, the world's first and only high strength glulam beam protected against mold, rot, termites and fire.

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