Type 1a


Three part trusses are usually carried out as a truss made with rafters of straight glulam elements and ceiling joists of either glulam or steel. They are used for spans where trusses made of ordinary timber are not enough. A frame with a three part truss gives free spans and full freedom in the disposition of interior and inside constructions. This flexibility can be very valuable if the function of the building would change later on. The assembly requires mobile crane. Common roof angel is 14-30 degrees. A suitable building width is about 15-30 meters.

 

Type 2

The glulam frame consists in its easiest and most commonly form of freely installed double supported beams on columns. The column and beam system is easy to assemble and requires no particular experience of construction work. An ordinary loader is usually enough to lift the construction elements in place. A suitable building width is about 15-35 meters.

 

Type 4


Like frame type 1 this construction offers a free span with the possibility of great variation of opportunities. An example is to make a part of the frame thermally insulated and let the remaining part be cold. This can be useful in for instance machine halls with a workshop part. A suitable building width is about 10-30 meters.

 

Type 6


A trussbeam is a system of trusses connected in ties into a bearing construction. Wooden trussbeams are usually used as freely installed double supported beams. A glulam trussbeam is an aesthetic appealing construction with advantages in the installation of the ventilation through the roof frame for example, and it also offers many options of roof angles. A suitable building width is about 20 meters and wider.

 

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Type 1b

Three part trusses with tensioning support underneath are carried out as a truss with rafters of straight glulam elements and ceiling joists of either glulam or steel. This type of truss offers free spans and full freedom in the disposition of the area.  The assembly requires mobile crane. Common roof angel is 14-20 degrees. A suitable building width is about 30-70 meters.

 

Type 3

A construction with a beam and ridge system requires a site-built stud wall alternatively a form of element wall. This frame type is even easier to assemble than frame type 2. The construction is especially suitable for cold halls and buildings since it is very easy to build an effective moisture barrier in the roof. The frame type also facilitates the insulation. A suitable building width is about 12-30 meter.

 

Type 5


An uncomplicated and easy assembled frame, usually with a span width up to 24 meters. Roof angle 3-6 degrees. A suitable building width is about 10-25 meters.

 

Type 7

A natural choice when looking for large span widths up to 60 meters with a few number of supporting columns. Suitable roof angel is 3-7 degrees. As an alternative to the added beam in the center section, a trussbeam can be used to ease the installing of ventilation for example

 

Type 8

The construction is directly stabilized by the frame against wind towards the long side. The solution is traditional and well tested in agriculture buildings. From optimized dimensions a price effective frame relatively easy to install is received. Roof angel 25-45 degrees. A suitable building width is about 12-25 meters