Filler King Wood Roof Decking
Product Description, Applications
RANDOM LENGTH LAMINATED ROOF DECKING
Filler King's random length continuous layup decking system, applied over 3 or more spans, is the strongest and most economical design layup. The face of the decking is a tight-knotted grade, machine sanded to accentuate the grain and growth characteristics of the wood. The lumber is kiln dried and laminated with a waterproof exterior phenolic resorcinol adhesive. Laminated wood roof decking is a preferred choice for building designs where a natural wood appearance is desired.
LONG LENGTH LAMINATED ROOF DECKING
Filler King offers laminated roof decking in lengths to 24' (7 m). The face grade has small tight knots and straight grain; the center and back laminates are pregraded to produce a dry, straight finished piece of structured decking. Filler King’s unique horizontal finger jointing system, designed specifically for long lengths, makes efficient use of raw materials while providing added strength for larger structures.
SOLID SAWN ROOF DECKING
New from Filler King, solid sawn roof decking provides a distinctive wood deck ceiling of Douglas Fir/Larch or Alaskan Yellow Cedar in the traditional timber style. When combined with laminated beams and columns, it serves as a structural load-carrying unit with finger jointing for specified long lengths to 24' (7.3 m). Available in 2 × 6, 2 × 8 sizes, Filler King solid sawn roof decking is available center matched and end matched, sanded face or rough sawn, and with a square edge or a bullnose edge.