Trussed rafter profiles
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This information sheet gives an idea of some configurations available using trussed rafter technology. The configurations shown are not intended to be solutions to specific design requirements and some types may be unsuitable for certain span conditions. However, they are intended to show the flexibity of the system but readers are advised to discuss their particular design situations with their specialist trussed rafter supplier.
- Examples of basic trussed rafter profiles
- More complex trussed rafter profiles
This Wood Information Sheet (WIS) outlines the materials normally specified for conventional timber frame buildings. Some variations will occur according to the structural design and detailing requirements of specific projects. Many of the components are also used in innovative forms of construction such as engineered stud and twin stud walls,...
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This Wood Information Sheet provides advice on getting the installation of sole plates right first...
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