||A member cold-formed from
steel coil in the shape of a "C", used primarily in bearing
frame endwalls and framed openings.
||A predetermined curvature
designed into structural member to offset the anticipated
deflection when load is applied.
||Any overhanging or
projecting structure with extreme end usually unsupported.
||A projecting beam that is
supported and restrained at one end only.
||A plate located at the top
of a column or end of a beam for capping the exposed end of the
member. Used for pinned conditions.
||To seal and make weather
tight joints, seams or voids by filling with waterproofing
compound or material.
||A process by which finishes
develop a loose powdery surface resulting from decomposition of
the binder, principally through the action of ultraviolet rays.
||An open-ended "C" shape with
no return lips, which may be either cold-formed or hot-rolled.
||Building without internal
||A small fastening device,
usually of metal, designed to hold a panel or component in
||An angle used for fastening
various members together.
||Sealant material formed to
match either inside or outside wall or roof panel configuration,
used at base, eave, rake or accessory locations to provide
closure against the elements.
||A liquid, liquifiable or
mastic composition that, after application as a thin layer, is
converted to a solid protective, decorative or functional
||Various shapes such as
angles, channels, girts and purlins formed from steel at room
||A vertical structural
Girt or Purlin
||Girt or purlin that overlaps
at columns or frames to form a continuous member.
||10' long roof ventilator
located along roof peak line.
||The top course or cover of a
wall, usually made sloping to carry off the water.
||Corner column (usually a "C"
shape) located at the corner of a bearing frame endwall.
||Preformed color sheet metal
trim used to close the junction of side and endwall sheets.
degradation of metals due to reaction with their environment.
||Track upon which a top
running crane moves (usually hot-rolled A.S.C.E. rails).
||Support for bridge crane.
||Raised flashing around a
roof accessory to provide water rightness at the roof opening.
||Perimeter wall panels which
carry only their own weight.
||A written declaration that a
particular product or service complies with stated criteria. In
specific use, it is necessary to include the scope and
limitations of the certifications; usually it is provided by the
manufacturer, producer or vendor.