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GSA Technology successfully transforms timber construction process

 Tuesday, June 20, 2023

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GSA Technology offers simple, pluggable connections that save time and money in timber construction. Timber construction is a complicated process that is subject to experience several designing and execution challenges. However, with the latest GSA-Technology the process is now smooth and costeffective. This technology ensures high-performance connection technology for modern timber engineering, in which threaded steel rods are glued to Glulam and hardwood with epoxy resin. GSA Technology successfully developed simple, pluggable connections right from the beginning to fulfil these challenges.

Timber constructions have led to a rethink in the construction industry, in order not to damage the building material during bad weather periods, modular construction or plug-in connections are used today to set up installations in the shortest possible time. In addition, the usually tight space conditions on construction sites can be considered since the components are delivered just in time and assembled in the shortest possible time.

Wood has been used as a construction material for thousands of years. Today, timber construction is more efficient than ever before. New processing and bonding techniques have significantly expanded its scope of application. Thanks to GSA technology, large-span constructions, elegant arches and graceful structures are now easy to build. Different types of wood expand the spectrum and scope of application in architecture.

Benefits of the technology

Timber has centuries old traditions. The timber construction industry has never been as efficient as it is today. New manufacturing and connector techniques have made the scope of application much larger. Neue Holzbau AG’s development of GSA-Technology has placed them on the forefront of connector techniques.

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