Until now, core layers for 3-layer boards and parquet have been configured from loose rods, which required material-intensive pretreatment with correspondingly high losses (planing, cutting by circular saw, high scrap).
With the new HPCC process (for which a patent application has already been filed), Fill is focusing on the production of gluelam as a semi-finished product. In this process, knots, cracks, and other defects in the raw material are fixed, and a high compressive force enables exceedingly economical planing. In combination with the speedliner band saws featuring the narrowest of kerfs, the yield increases by a total of 25 to 35 percent to up to 90 square meters per cubic meter of raw material.
This process engineering innovation coupled with Fill’s high-tech machine engineering will impress you!