THE FIRST COLLATED NAIL MADE OF WOOD
The revolutionary LIGNOLOC® wooden nails are made from indigenous beech wood and boast a tensile strength similar to aluminium nails.
Their mechanical properties allow the nails to be driven into solid structural timber with the FASCO® LIGNOLOC® pneumatic nailer, without any pre-drilling, to form an inseparable bond with the timber.
Quick processing –
LIGNOLOC® wooden nails are shot in pneumatically. This completely eliminates the need for any additional pre-drilling, such as wooden dowels, which in turn saves you time and money.
Post-processing without any tool wear
LignoLoc® wooden nails conserve cutting tools and saw blades. Post-processing of prefabricated wooden elements or machining is simplified because of no metallic foreign bodies.
Less tool wear
LignoLoc® wooden nails conserve tools and saw blades when post-processing wooden components in prefabricated buildings.
Better appearance thanks to material uniformity
LIGNOLOC® wooden nails do not cause any unattractive wood discolouration or leave any traces of corrosion, such as those left by steel nails.
No thermal bridges –
better insulation values
LIGNOLOC® wooden nails do not act as thermal bridges. This results in better insulation values and improved structural properties.
High retention thanks to lignin welding
The special design of the LIGNOLOC® nail tip and the large amount of heat generated by friction when the nail is driven in cause the lignin of the wooden nail to weld with the surrounding wood to form a substance-to-substance bond.
LIGNOLOC® changes woodworking sustainably. Inspired by enthusiastic users, the research and development team of BECK is tirelessly researching possible applications:
- Interior timber cladding
- Timber façades
- Wooden fences
- Wooden furniture
- Sauna building
- Floors: OSB- und real wood flooring
- Working with reclaimed wood
- Boat building
- Wooden coffins
- and many more