Kiln Dried Solid Plated Nail Laminated Hardwood
The Plated Nail Laminated hardwood product is produced using a combination of nail plating and nail laminating techniques to provide a wider and longer piece of hardwood timber. Boral Timber’s nailplated timber products are fabricated by joining sections end to end to product longer length and fixing the joins with a nailplates. This allows longer length timber products to be produced using short lengths.
- Hanging beams
- Floor bears and joists
- Strutting beams
- Window heads and lintels
- Ceiling joists
Features & Benefits
Seasoned structural hardwood offers superior nail holding capabilities and a consistent thickness and form. Ideal for all structural applications including sub-floor construction, stair components, highly loaded truss members, wall lintels over openings and high strength structural beams.
Blackbutt and Spotted Gum have a natural fire resistance. Their fire retarding properties, make them suitable for use in many bushfire prone areas under Australian Standard AS3959. It has a consistent and attractive appearance for decorative and exposed applications.
Many dimensions available
Stress Grade - F27
Construction in Bushfire-Prone Areas
Blackbutt and Spotted Gum timber species have a natural fire resistance. Their fire retarding properties make them suitable for use in many bushfire prone areas under the Australian Standard AS3959-2009 - Construction of Buildings in Bushfire-Prone Areas.
For more information on building with timber in bushfire areas please view Boral Timber's Construction in Bushfire Zones brochure for Timber construction in bushfire prone areas throughout Australia.
Boral Timber solid products are AFS Chain of Custody certified to (AS4707-2006). This provides peace of mind that Boral’s solid timber products are sourced from sustainably managed and legal forestry. The certification is linked to the largest forest management certification scheme in the world and is the only forest management certification scheme with an Australian Standard (4708-2007).