Križno lamelirani les – lastnosti in zahteve

Cross-laminated timber – Characteristics and requirements


  • Bogdan Šega
  • Milan Šernek



cross-laminated timber, CLT, EN 16351:2015, type testing, factory production control (FPC), CE mark


Cross-laminated timber (CLT or X-Lam) is a modern building material used for load-bearing construction purposes in residential and non-residential buildings. CLT production has been increasing rapidly in recent years. CLT is suitable for wall, floor, ceiling and roof elements in the construction of houses, multi-family apartment buildings, industrial and storage halls and other buildings and bridges. Manufacturers demonstrate compliance with the essential requirements of the European Construction Products Regulation (CPR) on the basis of an initial type testing and the findings of a factory production control examination. In 2015, a harmonized European standard for CLT was adopted, which defines the requirements for built-in materials, the production and demonstration of constancy of performance, and the CE marking. The article presents the production technology and basic characteristics of CLT and the content of standard EN 16351.


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Šega, B., & Šernek, M. (2018). Križno lamelirani les – lastnosti in zahteve: Cross-laminated timber – Characteristics and requirements. Les/Wood, 67(2), 53-62.

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