Glued Laminated Wood (Glulam) is a structural material manufactured through the union of individual wood segments. When glued with industrial adhesives (usually Melamine or Polyurethane resin adhesives), this type of wood is highly durable and moisture resistant, capable of generating large pieces and unique shapes. Suitable for use on beams, pillars, ceilings, stairs, panels, and cladding, one of the great advantages of this type of structural wood is the ease with which it can produce arched shapes or curves in beams or pillars. Another interesting feature is its diversity of tones, since there are a multitude of wood species available. The most used species include eucalyptus in brown-pink or beige-pink versions and pine. The connections between different elements can be made with steel connectors.
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