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X-lam structure

Why use X-Lam panels? 

The X-Lam is a finished product, compact wood, which insulates heat and at the same time withstands loads. In addition, it provides fire protection and good sound insulation, a fast drying process contributes positively to the human welfare. The X-Lam, composed of a 99.4% of  wood and of 0.6%  of glue, is a monolithic material; Thus, a piece of wood. For this reason, the phases of design and construction are simple and all details can be resolved easily. This makes it easy to implement and then monitor the data of the planned building physics. In fact, many designers consider this aspect as one of the main advantages of the design system with BBS. So, no more multi-layered construction, no more sheets nor complicated details. With the same ease with which you design something, you build it. Many architects and construction companies consider prefabricated solutions, the method of dry construction and  reduced installation times as important  advantage. The structures of the X-Lam meet the requirements of the rules in the area of passive and low- energy-consumption construction, with reduced construction thicknesses, thus allowing a greater volume of  premises. The increased use of wood as a sustainable building material, with its properties of energy conservation, and neutral in terms of CO2, is an active contribution to climate protection.





Technical Data

A12,5 mm plasterboard 
B) 12,5 mm plasterboard 
C)  timberframe 45x45 mm
D) 25 mm mineral wool plate
E) 25 mm mineral wool plate 
F) X-lam
G) 150mm isulation
H) timberframe 95x195
 I)  ireinforcement grid
L) glue & plaster                                    




Timber Frame Structure

In the building frame, the insulation is placed inside between the uprights of the frame itself. The advantage of thistructure is in favor of a reduction in the thickness of the finished wall and thus an increase in commercial floor area; but on the other hand, the presence of thermal bridges - related - in the uprights of the frames in some cases requires placing a further sheet of insulating to the outer coat on the wall. Regarding the architectural flexibility of the system of construction, it should be noted that a building frame requires less effort to design and prefabrication compared to 'X-Lam. The behavior of earthquake-resistant frame structure is excellent, thanks to the lightness of the material, when compared to masonry or reinforced concrete, provided that the design of the overall geometry and connections is taken into account. In fact, the wood as a material for structural use is characterized by high ratios between strength and density, is subject to reduced seismic accelerations and simultaneously enjoys a good ductility of the system that ensures the possibility of energy dissipation of the cyclic actions due to the seismic event .



  • Free designarchitectural design free from the constraints of the structure;
  • interior: high flexibility of the interior spaces, great lights and "open space";
  • isulation: implementation of external infill packages depending on the energy performance requirements;
  • resistance:high resistance to the actions of the earthquake, wind, snow loads and overloads in general, provided by law;
  • perfect price: thanks to the industrialization of the basic elements of the structure: beams and columns; 
  • prefabrication: economic construction through prefabrication of the entire wall including the installation and isolation;
  • speedspeed of installation on site. 


Technical Data

  • Composition: 3-4 cm boards glued with special glue;
  • Type of wood: spruce, fir, larch;
  • Wood Moisture: 12 +/- 2%; 





     A) 12,5 mm plasterboard
     B) 12,5 mm plasterboard
     C)  50 mm mineral wool plate
     D)  timberframe 45x45 mm
     E)  vapour membrane
     F)  200 mm isulation 
     G)  timberframe 45x195
     H) 10 mm OSB
      I) 50 mm wind protection timber or mineral wool plate
     J)  reinforcement grid
     K) glue & plaster





Log Structure

The log buildings represent the history of timber log construction. The interlocking elements, pre-cut by modern  CNC cutting, make it possible the construction of houses and public buildings with wooden wall facades and with excellent energy performance. The log system represents traditional methods of construction typical of the Nordic countries for the construction of buildings for single-family dwellings. The main feature of this system is represented by the mode of construction of  walls, formed by the superposition of logs of  squared hardwood. The wood in this case is used with a conception of continuous walls typical of traditional masonry. Given the architectural features, the system is particularly suitable for making isolated dwellings in the countryside or in small mountain towns;



  • Longevity:  man has always built  homes using the log system and in ancient times the size of the house depended on the size of the trees available;
  • Excellent insulating value: in winter, this property guarantees a reduced need for thermal energy required to heat the house.On the other hand, the system also ensures a good thermal delay that guarantees comfort inside the house even during the hottest months;
  • Environmental sustainability: the log buildingsystem improves the performance of the house and limits the impact on the environment;
  • Rapid construction time: for a two-story house of about 100 square meters it takes just two weeks!

Technical Data

  • Composition: hardwood logs; 
  • kind of wood: fir, larch, pine, pine Douglas, white fir; 
  • wood moisture: 12+/- 2%.



A12,5 mm plasterboard or vertical finishing slab 
B) timberframe 45x45
C) vapour membrane
D) 200 isulation 
E)  timberframe 195x45
F)  wind protection membrane
G) laminated log