In its headquarters in Imst , Pfeifer produces since 1988 with the most modern production technology highly resistant glue-laminated timber (BSH) and BSH elements according to the highest quality standards.
We have developed know-how for decades improving to perfection the production of this diverse precision material. This way, in the centre of Europe is produced a versatile products for modern, demanding and cost-effective constructions.
The raw material comes from the company's own saw mills. The BSH production is based on technically dried and planed timber slats. They are machine sorted according to resistance and aesthetics, that allow the production of high load resistant and aesthetically high quality BSH beams.
After the cut of board sections that reduce the rigidity, the slats are pressed with the help of finger jointing in a endless strand and bond in two high frequency presses parallel to fibre with a melamine resin glue to the BSH and then planed and gripped on 4 sides. Expert employees care about fixing possible timber defects in manual work. A optic scanner monitors every square centimetre of the finished BSH support and guarantees the best quality.
Resin pieces from the BSH production – two high frequency presses – allow flexibility in the production of cross-sections and lengths. This way, beside standard packaging goods, also project-related orders can be processed and commissions can be assembled according to customer requests.