The anti-glare wood panels manufactured by us are a barrier against the direct dispersion of light beams of cars or other vehicles blinding people and animals.
Such a panel is constructed of square timber, with the edge battens adapted to fit in with the support pillars, and intermediate timbers providing panel stability and resistance to wind pressure and breakdown. Horizontal components are 20-36 mm thick tongue and groove-joined wooden battens.
Panel height: up to 4000 mm; panel length: up to 5000 mm.
Wood (conifers: spruce or pine) per PN-D 94021:2013.
– Wood knots per PN-D 94021:2013., knot removal and puttying is allowed.
– Humidity – ca. 23% per PN-D 94021:2013 when air dry (the air-dry humidity of material is a balance that sets in after a longer period of normal operation).
– Tongue and groove-connected batten thickness 20-36 mm (not applicable to the thickness of the tongue and groove joint parts at the narrow components).
– Individual batten height at least 100 mm.
– Vertical timbers adapted for the support pillars.
– Panel length: Pillar spacing reduced by 40 mm.
– Panel height: Adapted for barrier height.
Pressure impregnation using Wolmanit CX-10 against:
– biological corrosion,
– aggressive chemicals,
Fire reaction classification per PN-EN 13501-1+A1:2010 – C-s3, d0, as standard panels hold class 2 resistance to vegetation fires pursuant to standard PN-EN 1794-2:2011.
– Panel colour: (green tone following impregnation, becoming more grey after ca. six months).
Panel acoustic parameters:
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