||A typical coating
weight for galvanized steel sheet. Equates to .090 oz.
of zinc per square foot, total both sides.
||A triangular portion
of the endwall of a building, directly under the sloping
roof and above the eave height line.
||Thickness of steel
or distance between holes punched in flanges, base or
||The patented trade
name by Bethleham Steel Company for the aluminum-zinc
alloy applied to sheet steel for corrosion resistance.
||Steel coated with
zinc for corrosion resistance.
||(1) In metal
products, a number designating a specific thickness of
metal sheet, or diameter of wire, cable or fastener
shank tabulated in a standardized series, each of which
represents a decimal fraction of an inch (or
millimeter). (2) Distance in inches (or millimeters)
between adjacent lines of holes or fasteners.
||A main horizontal or
near horizontal structural member that supports vertical
horizontal structural member attached to sidewall or
endwall columns to which wall covering is attached and
supported horizontally; usually a cold-formed "Z" shape.
||The process of
installing glass in window or door openings.
describing the relative amount and nature of mirror-like
reflection from a surface.
colored crushed rock that is applied to the exposed
surface of roofing products.
||A mixture of cement,
sand and water used to fill cracks and cavities. Often
used under base plates to obtain uniform bearing
||A written statement
or outline of a policy, practice or conduct. Guidelines
may propose options to enable a user to satisfy
provisions of a code, standard, regulation or
||A steel plate used
to connect two or more structural members in the same
||The trough that
channels water from the eaves to the downspouts.