G Y P S U M B O A R D C E I L I N G D E T A I L S F O R GX1.40 METAL STUD PROFILES GYP-BOARD SUSPENDED CEILING CG0 GENERAL NOTES CG0.00 GENERAL NOTES - PAGE 1 OF 5 2013 California Building Code (2013 CBC) Standard Gypsum Board Ceiling Details document contains OSHPD Pre-Approved Details (OPD), which may be incorporated into construction Material selection and product - Steel ConstructionSteel material is supplied in two product forms flat products (steel plate and strip) and long products (rolled sections, either open beams, angles, etc or hollow sections). For structural use in bridges these products are inevitably cut (to size and shape) and welded, one component to another.In the structure, the material is subject to tensile and compressive forces.
Introducing our NEW product catalog of stainless steel profiles. From angles to beams and tees to tubes, we specialize in stainless structural sections suited to a wide range of applications and industries. Our stainless sections replicate the dimensions of standard carbon steel profiles, and we stock most sizes in inventory. Standard Details for Metal Roofing & Sidingroof pitches, contact FABRAL for other suitable profiles. Bending and Bowing Aluminum roofing and siding sheets are rollformed from hard-ened, tempered metal for maximum strength. If a sheet must be bent, a gentle 90-degree bend is the maximum recommended. Metal should not be re-bent once it has been formed, nor should it be folded back on itself. Steel profile production at Welser ProfileAs a company with a global reputation to maintain, we are constantly improving our technologies to implement your requirements even more efficiently and in a way that better meets your needs. As a result, we are now able to make our steel profiles much more complex and precise, i.e. with tighter tolerances and smaller radii than was possible a
Gibraltar Building Products 2.37-in x 120-in x 1.5-in Galvanized Steel Z Flashing. 1-1/2 In. x 10 Ft., steel z-bar flashing with 2 In. blackleg made of 28 gauge steel and galvanized for durability, it is suitable for residential or commercial installation, often used with window and door installations. View MoreSTRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTIONC. Fabrication 31 D. Erection 33 III. THE IMPACT OF ERRORS, OMISSIONS AND CHANGES ON THE PROCESS OF DESIGNING AND CONSTRUCTING STRUCTURAL STEEL 37 A. Engineering 38 B. Detailing 38 C. Fabrication 41 D. Erection 42 IV. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION 43