Plywood Box System



The Plywood Box System consists of an element made with plywood. It is ligth an easy to work just using the human force. A box of four walls is made so that it acts as a pillar on a wall or beam on a roof. They are joined together by a tongue and groove system and should be screwed into their joints. It is planned for the construction of houses of one or two levels. The pillars are made up of two vertical studs and two side covers. Each pillar box could have covers 20 cm wide by 240 cm high and the desired thickness (10, 12, 15, ...). After having solved the foundation and fixed the sole plate, the pillar box is fixed with screws or nails. In the lower area of ​​the pillar box the covers go lower than the studs and these overlap in the sole plate, and thus allows the connection. Similarly, a beam bond is placed at the top of the pillar box. As for the roof box the element is very similar to the previous one, two beams of the type Kerto but quite thin, will work to the traction, covered with two covers, one above and another underneath. They are joined together by the tongue and groove system. Both the walls and the roof must be covered with the standard criteria of any wooden dwelling.

Key benefit

speed of execution to lift walls and roof, without the need for a primary structure

Material list

Plywood, Kerto beam, and glue.

Ecological values

It is an element made entirely of wood and the construction system is very light and this allows the work to be carried out with human force without the need of heavy machinery and therefore there is very little energy consumption at the time of building a house.



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