e-beam

e-beam is the premier laminated veneer lumber (LVL) product available in Australia and has many advantages over traditional building products with a strength-to-weight ratio higher than timber or steel beams for the same application.

Available in lengths up to 13.2m and in a range of thicknesses including 35mm, 45mm, 63mm and 75mm with depths from 90mm to 450mm.

 

Features of e-beam

Application

  • Floors
  • Roofs
  • Walls
  • Formwork

Treatment Level

  • Internal
  • External
  • Max Length 13.2
  • Max DIM 450 x 63 mm
Overview

e-beam is an Australian-made LVL engineered from plantation timbers for Australian construction conditions. With longer lengths and a strength-to-weight ratio higher than timber or steel beams for the same application can often eliminates the time and cost of crane hire. 

e-beam is designed and made to exceed the requirements of all relevant Australian standards.

e-beam LVL has many advantages over traditional building products, including its uniformity of engineering properties. Available in lengths up to 13.2m and in a range of thicknesses including 35mm, 45mm, 63mm and 75mm with depths from 90mm to 450mm, e-beam is manufactured from plantation timbers, making it an environmentally sustainable resource.

 

Available Sizes

e-beam LVL is available in lengths up to 13.2m and in a range of thicknesses including 35mm, 45mm, 63mm and 75mm with depths from 90mm to 450mm.

e-beam Section DXB (mm) 
90 x 35

Available Lengths up to 13.2m.

See e-beam Design Brochure for further detail.

90 x 45
130 x 35
130 x 45
150 x 35
150 x 45
170 x 35
170 x 45
200 x 35
200 x 45
200 x 63
240 x 35
240 x 45
240 x 63
300 x 45
300 x 63
300 x 75
400 x 45
400 x 63
400 x 75
450 x 63
Installation & Maintenance

General: How to handle and store your Wesbeam Laminated Veneer Lumber products.

  1. Wesbeam Laminated Veneer Lumber should be stored well clear of the ground on level bearers spaced at maximum 1800mm centres
  2. It should be covered to keep dry but still allowing for ventilation
  3. Avoid placing LVL over areas susceptible to ponding.