New 8-Page Brochure On Micro = Lam Scaffold Planks Offered Free By Trus Joist

High-strength Micro = Lam laminated veneer lumber scaffold planking is featured in a new brochure released by Trus Joist Corporation of Boise, Idaho.

The new eight-page guide illustrates several different applications for the exceptionally durable product and provides specification data on its design properties, including deflection and loading.

Uniform strength characteristics of Micro = Lam scaffold planking are attributed to Trus Joist's proprietary lamination process which has been used in manufacturing the company's structural building materials for years. Each Micro = Lam plank is made up of many thin layers of veneer, which have been coated with waterproof adhesives and densified by heat and pressure. Each board has been ultrasonically graded and laid up in a predetermined pattern to produce planking with predictable, unparalleled performance.

Because knots, grains and splits are dispersed throughout the many layers of veneer, the finished product guarantees extremely high safety standards and can last two to three times longer than most planking products on the market today. Micro = Lam scaffold planks are lighter in weight and shorter in length than conventional planking which simplifies both installation and transport.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 17,  Nov 1983

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