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LVL

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Latvian Lats.

LVL

ISO 4217 code for the Latvian lats. It was introduced in 1993, replacing the Latvian rublis, which in turn replaced the Soviet ruble. Since 2005, the lats has been pegged to the euro in a band set by the European Exchange Rate Mechanism; this is in preparation for replacement of the lats with the euro at some point during or after 2012.
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Our familiar brands include Plytanium plywood, Blue Ribbon OSB, Wood I Beam(TM) joists and GP Lam LVL.
The structures are made up of 30 Kerto LVL wood frames, which make the building's long span lengths and large interior spaces possible.
I sprayed 3 shots of LVL down the barrel and on the lock and let both sit for 20 minutes.
Dozens of small voids were exposed after turning the LVL on edge, filled using a 2-part epoxy.
Wood composites are used as a construction material in more than 40 percent of new residential construction in North America, and LVL is the primary flange material in the manufacture of I-joists.
Ian Page, chief executive of Dechra, said: "Strategically, LVL increases our market share and skills set within the veterinary laboratories market.
Its LVL ranges in thickness from 5 mm to 120 mm in 5 to 50 layers of veneer.
7) But at least there is hope that, as far as softwoods are concerned, it may be possible to achieve sustainability with a combination of enlightened arboriculture, sensible construction, products like LVL and new approaches to building like those pioneered by Richard Burton and Frei Otto for John Makepeace at Hooke Park(8) (and more recently by Edward Cullinan Architects) which explore the tensile properties of new glues and fabrics to make possible use of thin softwood thinnings green, without seasoning.
GOOD PROFITABILITY AND DEBT SERVICE COVERAGE: In fiscal 2012 (March 31; unaudited), LVL earned $2.
The leading third-party manufacturer of video game accessories releases a new line of Afterglow headsets, the LVL series
After drying and visual grading, the veneer was stored in polyethylene bags to maintain MC until stress wave grading, and again until lay-up into plywood or LVL.
Testing of the new birch has yielded good results so far showing that the birch LVL is stronger than Douglas fir, which is traditionally used.