Details: Glulam purlins

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The connection suspended between the binders

General:

With purlin distances from approximately 2.0 m (ie, at a roof covering with composite panels or trapezoidal sheets) BSH-purlin is an economical alternative.

The statically required cross sections as conventional solid wood purlin are then only partly available.

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Connection to the trusses

Visible connection (Standard)

The purlins are hung visibly with joist hangers between the roof trusses (as 1-area-support).

Alternatively, the purlin can be running on roof trusses as multiple area support.

Advantages:

small cross section, quick installation and simple implementation of gable end roof overhangs.

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Masked connection

"Invisible" connection (extra charge)

Visually very appealing is the hidden connection with the dovetail joint or corresponding system joints.

In this form-fitting connection the purlin head is profiled on the scantling processor and a counter profile in the roof trusses is laterally milled. Alternatively, the system connectors can be preassembled on both sides.