Panel houses. Producer of timber-frame panel houses, modular pavilions, windows - KRIAUTE, LLC

Panel houses. Producer of timber-frame panel houses, modular pavilions, windows - KRIAUTE, LLC

KRIAUTE, LLC was founded in 1987, in Lithuania. In 2007, the company finished the implementation of the project Manufacture of modern TIMBER FRAME PANEL HOUSES on the basis of innovative technologies which was realized under the Single Programming Document.

In the second quarter of 2007 we opened a Timber frame panel house production plant, which is one of the most modern plants of this kind in the Baltic States. We offer warm, economical and safe houses to private clients and companies.

Modern production facilities obtained from Sweden, highly-qualified personnel and the use of certified building materials guarantee rapid production process and high quality of the products. In 2007, KRIAUTE, LLC was awarded with the medal of the Ministry of Economy "Merits for Business" in the nomination "Development of Small and Mid-Size Business in Counties" (Panevezys County).

Assessment Commission's Protocol No. IA-119, valid from 25 April 2008 to 2013 April 25, grants the right to KRIAUTE, LLC to design separate parts of buildings, to construct a building or a separate part of a building and to maintain objects of Cultural heritage.

The company's modern manufacturing facilities are based on a 5-hectare site in the industrial part of Panevezys. We have 10 000 m2 of manufacturing space, where we produce structural and planed wood, different kinds of joinery products, wooden parts for furniture, metal products and metal constructions, garden houses and outdoor furniture.

Transportation services as well as timber drying, tenoning and planing services are also provided.

Our company cherishes its reputation. We carefully meet our commitments and seek to remain a reliable partner.

QUALITY

Our panel house production plant was launched in the second quarter of 2007. The manufacturing floor space is 10 000 m2, this includes space used for both - manufacturing and storage purposes.

Panels are produced by highly qualified specialists using Swedish technology and equipment.

The estimated production yield is 300 average size residential houses per year.

The basic elements of a panel house such as outside and inside walls, ceiling and roof (except roof covering, which is to be chosen by a client) are made indoors (therefore, the impact of atmosphere is avoided).Our engineers adjust the equipment to comply with the requirements of every project. Every house element passes quality control in the production-shop and only specially-trained highly-skilled employees work in the production area. In the course of production process we focus our attention on technical solutions ensuring high quality of products.Pre-fabricated elements are made by using computerized equipment, therefore the human impact on precision and quality of the final product is reduced. This is how high quality of products is achieved in our company.

The load-bearing structure of a panel house consists of wooden elements. Highest-quality wood with 15 % moisture content is used for production of panel house elements. Dried wood does not shrink or turn. We prepare timber in our factory, so we can assure the quality and control timely supply. This is an environmentally friendly material which makes your home cozy and comfortable.

STANDARD STRUCTURE OF TIMBER-FRAME PANEL HOUSES

EXTERNAL WALLS

Wooden outside boards, clinker bricks, thermoinsulating panel

OSB board 12 mm

Wooden frames 45 x 145 mm

Thermal insulation 150 mm

Steam insulation

Wooden square beams 45 x 45 mm

Thermal insulation 50 mm

OSB board 12 mm

Plaster board 12.5 mm

Heat transfer coefficient 0.2 W/m2K

CEILING

OSB board with tongue 22 mm

Wooden frames 60 / 45 x 220/ 200 mm

Sound insulation 100 mm

Wooden square beams 45 x 45 mm

Plaster board 12.5 mm

 

 

INTERIOR LOAD-BEARING WALLS / PARTITIONS

Plaster board 12.5 mm

OSB board 12 mm

Wooden frames 45 x 145/ 95/ 75/45 mm

Sound insulation 150/100/70/50 mm

OSB board 12 mm

Plaster board 12.5 mm

 

 

ROOFPANELS

Wooden square beams 45 x 45 mm

Wooden square beams 25 x 45 mm

Diffuse film

Rafter 60/ 45 x 195 /220 mm

Thermal insulation 2 x 100 / 3 x 75 mm

Steam insulation

Wooden square beams 45 x 45 mm

Thermal insulation 50 mm

Plaster board 12.5 mm

Heat transfer coefficient 0.2 / 0.18 W/m2K

MODULAR PAVILIONS / CONTAINERS

Our modular containers are a flexible solution at low prices and can be produced on individual projects for housing, offices, building houses for temporary living, trade buildings and others. On the basis of the modular structure standing containers can be combined in different arrangements vertically and horizontally. We use metal structure where it is needed for stability, the rest of the structure is timber frame. They comply with the requirements for energy effectiveness and eco-design. Different sizes and numerous options for configuring components allows our products to match the requirements of the client.

We can offer fully assembled modules to be delivered on site, or separate panels delivered and assembled on site.

Advantage of our modules is fast assembly and dismantling.

Below you can see a scheme of the system we suggest for our clients. It makes it possible to have all space needed for temporary offices and accommodation. Unlimited number of modules can be placed side by side in a required sequence. They also can be put one on top of the other in max. 3 levels.

WOODEN WINDOWS

Why a wooden window is a good choice?

Wood is a natural long-lasting material which is perfectly suitable for buildings of different architectural styles;

Wooden windows save energy and your money;

Wood has the lowest thermal expansion coefficient if compared to any other materials used for production of windows;

Wooden windows do not accumulate electrostatic charges or dirt.

EURO 68/78 profiles of the new generation have a lot of properties which are inconspicuous at first sight, but which are very important and highly-valued by professionals.

EURO 78

Warm wooden window

EURO 78 windows are 10 mms. thicker than Euro 68, therefore triple glass packets are usually set into them; this improves heat insulation and soundproof characteristics. Components of the window "Euro 78": 78 mm wooden profile made of wood chosen by a client (pine, larch, oak, etc.); German "Siegenia AUBI" fittings with an additional position of micro-ventilation; "Sikkens" paint, which ensures durability and aesthetical looks, is used for painting the windows.

Advantages of EURO 68/78 windows

EURO 68/78 profiles of the new generation with corners rounded more than it was usual and with inclination, which makes painting of the window easier and improves the quality of painting, and which also prevents accumulation of water and dirt and improves the looks of the product.

Tongue connections at the corners of window sash have ventilation of the opening for glass packet installation. The condensed water is removed through the drainage holes in the aluminium mould of the window frame.

The main seal at the bottom of the sash presses not to the aluminium mould, but to the wooden part of the window frame, therefore it does not freeze to it.

The outer horizontal plane of the sash is inclined by 200, thus enabling to easier remove snow, rain or dust.

EURO 68

The most popular wooden windows in Lithuania

Components of the window "Euro 68": 68 mm wooden profile made of wood chosen by a client (pine, larch, oak, etc.);

German "Siegenia AUBI" fittings with an additional position of micro-ventilation; "Sikkens" paint, which ensures durability and aesthetical looks, is used for painting the windows.

We are looking for companies and enterprises that are able to represent our products: panel houses, wooden windows and processed wood in the countries of the European Union and in Scandinavian countries.

We are looking forward for offers leading to a close and mutually beneficial cooperation.

 

KRIAUTE, LLC

More information: http://www.kriaute.lt/en

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