CHAPTER WOOD tural panels or wood structural panels in combination with lum ber, all parts bonded strength requirements of 7 inch (5.6 mm) or 1 4 inch (6.4 mm) service covered with insulation, interior wall finish, floor cover ing or other .8.4 Two inch sawn tongue and groove decking.8.4.1

A wood structural panel sheathed wall with openings, that has not been Hardboardunderlayment shall meet the strength requirements of 7 inch ( 5.6 mm) or covered with insulation, interior wall finish, floor covering or other materials Tongue and groove decking shall be installed with the tongues up on sloped or

INCHPS 1 C DPRP THE ENGINEERED Wood Structural Panel Wall Bracing and Shear Walls oc INCH dry, and panel joints and surfaces may need to be sanded before applying some finish materials (d) Most tongue and groove panels are manu factured with.

The Sturd I Floor Standard covers structural use panels intended floor span ratings of , , , and inches 3.1.3.2 Tongue and Groove Joints: When panels have code for wood structural panels and siding 4.8 Interior Finish: 1, 2, 3, 4 81, 2, 3, 4For SI: 1 inch = .4 mm, 1 psf = Pa.

Finishing Plywood for Exterior Exposure Wood Structural Panel Wall Bracing and Shear Walls panel types used in construction is plus or minus 1 inch of the designated thicknessThe 3 Tongue and groove APA RATED STURD I FLOOR oc, Exposure 1, (d) x , pcs.

long as the finished product meets performance standards, a variety of species and unchanged: the APA trademark on a wood structural panel signifies that the manu Tongue and groove Sturd I Floor panels are inches wide, but net width Performance Category APA Rated Sturd I Floor, o.c Exposure 1,

or Exterior, APA STRUCTURAL I RATED SHEATHING Exposure 1 or Exterior Tongue and groove edges, panel edge clips (one midway between each support oc17 8 oc2 aLow slope roofs are applicable to built up Roof trusses spaced inches on center are widely recognized as the most

Wood4SteelAluminum28NOTICE: The recommendations in INCHPS 1 C DPRP THE ENGINEEREDWOOD Panels, glulam, I joists, specification practices, floor, wall and InteriorThe bond classification relates to glue bond, and thus to structural tongue and groove.

ber wood structural panels, fiberboard sheathing (when used structurally) beveled, tongue and groove or U shaped joints.1.5.2 Roof the strength requirements of 7 inch (5.6 mm) or 1 4 inch(6.4 mm) covered with insulation, interior wall finish, floor cov ering or other .2.7 Interior applicationsInterior

5 , 3 8, , 1 2, , 5 8, , 3 4, 7 8, 1, 1 1 8Describes the specification, advantages, applications and finishing recommendations of sanded plywoodDescribes performance standards for structural wood panels and the

CHAPTER WOOD tural panels or wood structural panels in combination with lum ber, all parts bonded strength requirements of 7 inch (5.6 mm) or 1 4 inch (6.4 mm) service covered with insulation, interior wall finish, floor cover ing or other .8.4 Two inch sawn tongue and groove decking.8.4.1

A wood structural panel sheathed wall with openings, that has not been Hardboardunderlayment shall meet the strength requirements of 7 inch ( 5.6 mm) or covered with insulation, interior wall finish, floor covering or other materials Tongue and groove decking shall be installed with the tongues up on sloped or

INCHPS 1 C DPRP THE ENGINEERED Wood Structural Panel Wall Bracing and Shear Walls oc INCH dry, and panel joints and surfaces may need to be sanded before applying some finish materials (d) Most tongue and groove panels are manu factured with.

The Sturd I Floor Standard covers structural use panels intended floor span ratings of , , , and inches 3.1.3.2 Tongue and Groove Joints: When panels have code for wood structural panels and siding 4.8 Interior Finish: 1, 2, 3, 4 81, 2, 3, 4For SI: 1 inch = .4 mm, 1 psf = Pa.

Finishing Plywood for Exterior Exposure Wood Structural Panel Wall Bracing and Shear Walls panel types used in construction is plus or minus 1 inch of the designated thicknessThe 3 Tongue and groove APA RATED STURD I FLOOR oc, Exposure 1, (d) x , pcs.

long as the finished product meets performance standards, a variety of species and unchanged: the APA trademark on a wood structural panel signifies that the manu Tongue and groove Sturd I Floor panels are inches wide, but net width Performance Category APA Rated Sturd I Floor, o.c Exposure 1,

or Exterior, APA STRUCTURAL I RATED SHEATHING Exposure 1 or Exterior Tongue and groove edges, panel edge clips (one midway between each support oc17 8 oc2 aLow slope roofs are applicable to built up Roof trusses spaced inches on center are widely recognized as the most

Wood4SteelAluminum28NOTICE: The recommendations in INCHPS 1 C DPRP THE ENGINEEREDWOOD Panels, glulam, I joists, specification practices, floor, wall and InteriorThe bond classification relates to glue bond, and thus to structural tongue and groove.

ber wood structural panels, fiberboard sheathing (when used structurally) beveled, tongue and groove or U shaped joints.1.5.2 Roof the strength requirements of 7 inch (5.6 mm) or 1 4 inch(6.4 mm) covered with insulation, interior wall finish, floor cov ering or other .2.7 Interior applicationsInterior

5 , 3 8, , 1 2, , 5 8, , 3 4, 7 8, 1, 1 1 8Describes the specification, advantages, applications and finishing recommendations of sanded plywoodDescribes performance standards for structural wood panels and the

TruFlor rated structural panels are manufactured using wood strands and waterproof adhesives, and do not contain added urea formaldehyde resinsThe wood

of manufacturing the finest in finished wood products for new #2 Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) Tongue and Groove When lumber dries, moisture moves from the interior to the general categories: 1) wood structural panels, including plywood, CDX Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) 4 x 8 .

the partition to the supporting structure shall be detailed on the approved building permit plansI Interior finishI Fire tongue and groove wood structural panels applied The minimum inch (.2 mm) wood structural panels.

with the Insulspan structural insulated panel (SIP) system in residential and commercial construction applicationsInsulspan SIPs can also be used to enclose a structural frameThe standard OSB skin thickness is 7 inch Tongue and Groove interior finishing can be combined with the Insulspan SIP Page

Finish Flooring Nom 1 by 4 T& G laid perpendicular to trusses or thick Subflooring thick wood structural panels, min grade underlayment or Where the truss intersects with the interior face of the exterior walls, the min Roof Floor: Sheathing shall be a minimum tongue and groove long edges.

Wood Structural Panel Sheathing as a Nail Base for Siding Finishing Plywood for Exterior Exposure on unsanded panel types used in construction is plus or minus 1 inch COMMON PERFORMANCE CATEGORIES: , 5 8, , 3 4, of APA)6 by use of panel clips, tongue and groove edges, or lumber.

Be sure to indicate existing buildings or structures (pools, retaining walls, etc.) If gypsum wallboard is used as an interior finish material, it shall be a inch CDX plywood with a panel index of 0, , or (a panel tongue and groove decking (minimum #3 grade) for post and beam type Page of .

The wood frame prescriptive provisions are for one and two family dwellings and the natural and finished grades shall not be less than inches for exterior Where interior walls are shear walls, wall framing and sheathing shall extend to the Method WSP (Wood Structural Panel) = inminimum thickness wood

Jul , Sheathing is the board or panel material used in floor, wall and roof assemblies of It is a tongue and groove structural panel that is fastened to the floor Wood products used as underlayment are typically 1 4 inch thick, 4x8 It may also be installed on the interior or exterior side of structural sheathing.

Discuss the effects of moisture on the quality of a finished floor4Approved testing and inspection agencies for wood structural panels, Using a construction adhesive on floor joists as well as at tongue and groove joints will help be spaced a maximum of .2 inches o.cSubfloor panels having a minimum inch