truFORM® Futurebuild LVL

Product Description

truFORM® is structural laminated veneer lumber (LVL) specially developed for use as concrete formwork beams – bearers, joists, walers, soldiers, and more. truFORM represents a substantial improvement over conventional timber and is  easier to use, and more convenient alternative to other materials.

Features & Benefits

  • Painted bright orange for moisture protection and easy identification
  • Lighter and stronger than traditional alternatives
  • Faster and easier to install than traditional alternatives which enhances productivity and reduces forming costs
  • Use results in an improved concrete finish that is straight and true
  • Straight, true, strong, lightweight and dimensionally stable
  • Veneers are bonded together using type 'A' (marine) bond, known for long-term durability in structural applications
  • Each piece is branded for ease of identification
  • Stringent quality control – EWPAA certified
  • Manufactured from sustainably-grown NZ plantation pine
  • Available FSC® CoC Certified on request (Certificate Number: SCS-COC-001319)
  • Span Tables available for both vertical and horizontal forms
  • Supported by technical support and software from Futurebuild LVL


Solid Futurebuild LVL products are manufactured in accordance with AS/NZ 4357 Structural Laminated Veneer Lumber with properties determined in accordance with AS/NZS 4063.2:2010 and so comply with the provisions of the New Zealand Building Code through clause 2.3 for engineering design in accordance with NZS3603:1993 Timber Structures Standard.

Futurebuild LVL is committed to manufacturing innovative engineered building products. For quality assurance the Futurebuild range is manufactured with independent audit processes and product certification.

All Futurebuild LVL products are manufactured using a type ‘A’ bond with less than 0.5mg/L formaldehyde emissions from the final product (equivalent to E0).

Selected lengths of 2.4m to 6m (in 600mm increments).

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