Highly robust for load-bearing constructions

Our laminated wood is an industrially manufactured wood product that we primarily produce out of spruce. It is the ideal construction material as components of vastly different shapes and dimensions can be manufactured from it. Compared to conventional construction timber, laminated wood is very robust and has no natural weak points. It prevents the emergence of cracks and warpage. Another advantage is the lower weight of laminated wood compared to steel or concrete elements with the same load-bearing capacity. 

Among other applications, laminated wood is used in support structure planning (roof girders, roof constructions), in garden construction (greenhouses, carports) and in the residential area (tables, benches).

Your contact

Lehmann Holzwerk AG
Erlenhof, 9200 Gossau | Switzerland
T +41 71 388 58 00
info@lehmann-holz.ch

Close-up of laminated timber with stack of wood in the background

Laminated timber

Our laminated timber made of Swiss spruce is available in the variants visible (Si) and non-visible (NSi) and in lamella thickness 40 mm. The laminated timber is kiln dried (KD), planed and chamfered on all sides. Are you looking for another type of wood? Contact us. We are happy to fulfil your individual wishes in the area of laminated timber.

Detailed product specifications and prices are found in the PDF product flyer.

Close-up of Duo framing timber

Duo framing timber

Choose our duo framing timber made of Swiss spruce in the variants duo and multi-bonded in standard lengths or other dimensions on request. The duo framing timber is available kiln dried (KD), in non-visible quality and planed and chamfered on all sides. 

Detailed product specifications and prices are found in the PDF product flyer.

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Solid wood boards

We produce and treat solid woods boards in hardwood for tables, furniture and stair treads. Depending on preferences and the project, choose from steamed or natural beech, oak, ash and larch. Don’t see your preferred type of wood? We are happy to produce your desired solid wood board out of a different type of wood. We produce stair treads on a CAD basis or using a template with painted or oiled surfaces. Our solid wood boards are available in quality A/B; kiln dried (KD), with PU, formaldehyde- and solvent-free as well as polished on both sides. The 60-120 mm wide lamellas are laminated from flush from end to end.  

Detailed product specifications and prices are found in the PDF product flyer.

Side view of a 3-ply panel on a stack

3-ply boards and cladding boards

We have cladding material for a variety of uses: cladding boards made of spruce, up to 27 mm thick, laminated, treated and packaged; Abachi chamfer strips, bundled in 40 pc units, and construction wedges made of Swiss wood in 50 pc sacks.

Detailed product specifications and prices are found in the PDF product flyer.

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LEWA wall systems

We produce LEWA wall systems for you based on your order and in various qualities: made of Swiss fir/spruce, in industrial and normal qualities, kiln dried (KD), with a wood moisture of 10 +/- 2%, PU laminated, formaldehyde- and solvent-free, planed on all sides, with groove and separate tongue, as well as the quality normal with chamfered visible side and one-sided with visible lamella in local spruce.

Detailed product specifications and prices are found in the PDF product flyer.

Cross-laminated timber sleepers lying on the ground

Cross-glued thresholds

Our cross-laminated thresholds are ideal for high static requirements. Thanks to the cross-laminated structure with roughly 50% share of lengthwise and end-grained wood, the permissible compressive stress doubles to approx. 7 N/mm². Available in spruce/fir, kiln dried, planed on all sides, in industrial quality, PU laminated, formaldehyde- and solvent-free and clipped.

Detailed product specifications and prices are found in the PDF product flyer.

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