e-plank

e-plank is the premium LVL scaffold plank available in Australia and is engineered to maximise the efficient use of material and time.

e-plank LVL has many advantages over traditional, solid timber scaffold planks including its uniformity of engineering. 

Features of e-plank

Application

  • Floors
  • Roofs
  • Walls
  • Formwork

Treatment Level

  • Internal
  • External
  • Max Length 6.0
  • Max DIM 230 x 39 mm

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Overview

e-plank is Australia’s premium LVL scaffold plank engineered to the highest safety standards. Every e-plank is proof tested for load strength and compliance with the Australian Scaffold Plank Standard before it leaves our factory.

Features:

  1. Engineered for straightness, consistency and guaranteed performance
  2. Individually proof tested to meet the Working Load Limit as per AS/NZS1577:2018 - Scaffold Planks
  3. Available in lengths from 1.5m to 6.0m with other lengths available as special manufacture
  4. Available ex-stock
  5. Competitively priced
  6. High strength yet lighter and safer to handle
  7. Chamfered edges for safer and more comfortable handling
  8. Ends sealed with Wesbeam e-seal to minimise the uptake of moisture through the end grain
  9. Made from plantation timber veneers
  10. Manufactured in Australia by a wholly owned Australian Company
  11. Wesbeam has full Chain of Custody aligned with the Responsible Wood (RW) Certification Scheme and Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC).
Available Sizes

e-plank LVL size and length availability can be found here. Please download the e-plank brochure for all specifications.

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e-plank size (mm x mm)Lengths Availability (m)
230mm wide x 39mm thick1.51.82.43.03.64.86.0
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.