Production is done using ultra-modern timber processing systems and begins sawing trunk lengths. Particular attention is paid to the quality and size of the boards. The sawn board sections are then packed in such a way as to ensure the timber dries optimally. The timbers are dried artificially and sorted according to radial or tangential cuts. Modern optimisation technology is used to cut out all defects unacceptable for the finishing phase.
Subsequently these sections are glued with a special adhesive to form 6100mm sections which are then planed down and after 24 hours they are glued together according to the details of each order.
Graggaber Austrian mountain larch scantlings are high-grade products made for the manufacture of windows and doors, ensuring the resultant products enjoy a long and hitch-free working life.