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Assembly presses glulam press

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The Assembly Presses Glulam Press is a specialized piece of machinery used in the production of glued laminated timber (glulam). It is used to glue and press layers of timber together to create a larger and stronger structural component. The Glulam Press typically consists of a large hydraulic press that applies pressure to the timber layers while glue is spread between each layer. The process of gluing and pressing the timber layers together requires precision and expertise to ensure that the finished product meets industry standards. The Glulam Press is often used in the construction of bridges, buildings, and other large structures where high-strength and durability are essential.

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Model MH2325/1 MH2325/2
Max working length 2500mm 2500mm
Max working width 1000mm 1000mm
Max working thickness 80mm 80mm
Top cylinder dia and quantity Φ50*120*4 Φ63*200*4
Side cylinder dia and quantity Φ50*120*4 Φ63*200*2
Rated pressure of hydraulic system 16Mpa 16Mpa
Rated pressure of air system 0.6Mpa
Overall dimensions(L*W*H) 3200*950*1800mm 3600*2200*1900mm
Weight 1300kg 2200kg

The experimental study presented in this paper proposes a type of glulam beam with a hollow cross-section that can further optimise solid glulam beams. The study investigated the structural behaviour of glulam built-up box-section beams under four-point flexural bending at both ambient and elevated temperatures. A total of eleven 3100-mm long simply supported beam assemblies were experimentally examined: seven beams were tested at ambient temperature; and four beams were subjected to CAN/ULC-S101 standard fire. Five of the seven beam assemblies tested at ambient temperature were fabricated using self-tapping screws, while the other two assemblies were built using industrial polyurethane adhesive. Each built-up beam assembly was made of four glulam panels, all of 44 mm thickness except the bottom flange panel which had 86 mm thickness. Through ambient testing, it was concluded that when the spacing of the screws connecting the top and bottom flange panels of the built-up section to its web panels was decreased from 800 to 200 mm, the flexural resistanc

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