e-slab [architectural]

e-slab and e-slab [architectural] provide architects and engineers with a range of new structural and visual possibilities. 

e-slab and e-slab [architectural] are mass or solid panel timber elements which provide architects and engineers with a range of new structural and visual possibilities. 

Features of e-slab [architectural]


  • Floors
  • Roofs
  • Walls
  • Formwork

Treatment Level

  • Internal
  • External
  • Max Length 12.6
  • Max DIM 1200 x 75 mm

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e-slab and e-slab [architectural] are suitable for use in a range of applications and in all building types up to 20 stories in height (subject to engineering and fire design).

Wesbeam’s e-slab and e-slab architectural are the perfect engineered wood products for use in the manufacture of prefabricated structural wall panels, floor slabs and large format columns and beams.


  1. Australian made
  2.  High strength to weight ratio solid engineered timber panel
  3.  Width – 1.2m
  4.  Thickness range – 28mm, 35mm, 45mm, 63mm, 75mm
  5.  Expressed natural high feature natural timber surface on top and bottom face
  6.  Closed scarf joints on the face
  7.  No blue e-seal applied
  8.  e2S treated, a CodeMark  certified glue-line termite treatment
  9.  Easy to work with and requires minimal preparation create expressed column, beam and slab elements
  10.  Wesbeam has full Chain of Custody aligned with the Responsible Wood (RW) Certification Scheme and Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC)
  11.  Made to order, contact Wesbeam for lead times.
Available Sizes

e-slab and e-slab [architectural] are available in a range of thicknesses and width up to 1.2m.

Thickness (mm)Width (m)
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.