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The production of slats

​The line is used for the production of precise slats by longitudinal sweeping from dried, unplastered lumber.

The length of the input lumber is usually in the range of 2 – 5 m, width 80 – 500 mm and thickness 16 – 30 mm.

The length of the produced slats is usually 2 – 3 m with an accuracy of +/- 2 mm, a width of 65 – 105 mm with an accuracy of +0.3 mm and a thickness of 16 – 30 mm.

The annual shift output of the line, depending on the input and output raw material, ranges from 5 to 15 thousand m3 slats. Own lines are always configured according to customer requirements and can be equipped with a whole range of technological nodes.

Packets of dried, unplastered lumber are brought via a front carriage to a cross chain storage conveyor, which ends with a folding table for separating individual layers of lumber. Individual pieces of lumber pass through a trimmer where they are trimmed to the exact length required. These blanks are then measured and optimally cut longitudinally into slats.

Cuttings and other piece waste is processed into wood chips, sawdust is vacuumed or mechanically removed by a system of vibrating, belt or elevating conveyors.

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​Scheme of the slat production line

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Video of slat production lines

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