Parallam

Parallam is the brand name for a structural composite lumber (SCL) product invented, developed, commercialized and patented by MacMillan Bloedel (now Weyerhaeuser). The generic name for the product is parallel strand lumber (PSL). Parallam is made from clipped veneer strands laid in parallel alignment and bonded with adhesive. It is used for beams...
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Parallam

This is a beam created from shards of timber formed longitudinally in line with the length of the beam. This product is stronger than conventional timber and is generally used as lintels above windows or beams in floor zones
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