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Cross laminated timber explained – (12:19)
Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) is made by butting planks of timber together into sheets that are then laminated at 90 degrees to each other to form panels of almost any size. As a technology it has been around for more than a decade but it is still a relatively new material as far as the UK construction industry goes. read more... on 'Cross laminated timber explained'
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