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ISO 10983

Timber - Finger joints - Minimum production requirements and testing methods

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 April 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 24
ICS Code (Timber structures): 91.080.20
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This International Standard specifies minimum requirements for the manufacture and testing of bonded finger joints in structural wood products such as glued laminated timber, cross-laminated timber, and finger-jointed timber.

Although most finger joints are produced in coniferous species (softwoods), this International Standard also applies to broadleafed species (hardwoods) where information is available to enable them to be satisfactorily bonded.

It does not cover impressed (die-formed) joints and, in the case of laminated timber products, it applies only to individual laminations. Large finger joints in glued laminated timber are not covered by this International Standard.

Document History

ISO 10983
April 15, 2014
Timber - Finger joints - Minimum production requirements and testing methods
This International Standard specifies minimum requirements for the manufacture and testing of bonded finger joints in structural wood products such as glued laminated timber, cross-laminated timber,...
September 1, 1999
Timber Structures - Solid Timber Finger-Jointing - Production Requirements
This International Standard specifies requirements for bonded finger joints and minimum requirements for the manufacture of cut, interlocking, bonded finger joints in structural timber members....

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