timber panels


Cross Laminated Timber - The building material of the future. We supply premium timber products from Hasslacher Norica Timber.

Cross-laminated timber is a solid, multi-layered timber construction material. Thanks to its excellent physical and mechanical properties, this laminar timber material has both exceptional thermal insulation properties and can also dissipate loads in several directions.

Timber has a long history in building. In recent years, new materials have attempted to replace timber in an effort to strengthen buildings and decrease cost, however not all of these materials are sustainable in the short, or long term.

Timber is one of the most sustainable building materials in the world. It can be compostable which is important for waste management during the build and if the building ever has to come down. Timber also locks in CO2, reducing the carbon footprint of the building.

Products like CLT are as strong and precise as concrete. Timber is the smart, and responsible choice. 

For more information, see the Hasslacher Norica Timber website. 

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Advantages of Hasslacher CLT

  • Made of renewable timber

  • Minimises carbon footprint of the home due to storage of CO2

  • Pleasant, comfortable room climate

  • Highest earthquake safety ratings

  • Quick and easy assembly

  • Lower dead weight than reinforced concrete

  • High fire resistance and chemical resistance, high thermal insulation properties

  • Sanded or calibrated surface for the best quality and precision

  • Flexible sizes up to 3.20m x 20.0m

  • Ordered size = invoiced size above 2.20m wide

  • Ecologically sound and sustainable building material

Areas of application

  • Detached houses and apartment buildings

  • Multi-storey residential buildings

  • Industrial and hall-type buildings

  • Construction of modules and systems

  • Office buildings, schools and nurseries

  • Urban densification

  • Car ports

Areas of use

  • Ceilings

  • Roof structures

  • Walls

  • Stiffening shear walls

  • Beams

  • Floors