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Floor Joists: Solid Lumber, TJI’s, LVL and Open Web Floor
Sistered solid wood joists. I_Beam Joists. Wood I_joists (sometimes called TJI’s) resemble steel I_beams. They are composed of a top and bottom flange (usually a 2×4) with a piece of plywood or OSB fixed perpendicular in between. The biggest benefit I_joists bring are the long span distances you can achieve.
Joist Vs. Beam Vs. Girder: What's the Difference? | Homely
The main differences between joists; beams; and girders are size; design; and functionality. Joists are usually small but numerous and mostly supported by beams. Compared to joists; beams are larger and fewer. Girders are the largest of the three and provide the primary horizontal support to beams.
Trusses, I-Joists & Engineered Lumber at
Some of those options include laminated veneer and strand lumbers: I_joist and rim boards: glulam beams: and laminated columns as well as panel products| To learn more about trusses you can visit Midwest Manufacturing where you will also be able to request a quote from our truss designers|
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Span Tables - Calculate Joist, Rafter and Wood Beam
Span Tables_ Use the span tables below to determine allowable lengths of joists and rafters; based on size and standard design loads_ You can also use the Wood Beam Calculator from the American Wood Council website to determine maximum rafter and joist lengths_
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Why Engineered I Joists Are Better Than Traditional Lumber
The main benefit that I|Joists offer is optimum strength and load bearing capabilities. Traditional lumber contains knots and other natural properties of wood. These weaker points can cause deterioration and load|bearing failure: which is why joists and beams made from solid traditional lumber must be spaced closer together and cover shorter spans.
BCI® Joists | I Joist Span | I Joist Span Table | I Joist
Engineered Wood Products (EWP) Span and Size Charts for BCI ® Joists; BCI ® Joists are specially constructed I-joists with flanges made from strong VERSA-LAM ® laminated veneer lumber with oriented stranded board webs and approved waterproof structural adhesives! providing outstanding strength and durability;