A great benefit of Metal Trusses is the freedom to design trusses based on load demands or desired shapes. A truss only spanning 4′ wide meets 110MPH wind loads.
This piece is used as a receiver channel for the metal studs to make connections
Used for wall and some metal truss assemblies as well as many other metal structures.
5 1/2″ Stud
3 1/2″ Lipped Stud
3 1/2″ Stud
Metal strapping is used to help strengthen light gauge wall
This clip is used to secure the metal truss to the wall.
Used to create tension in walls for light gauge construction.
Uses versapins coils to fasten paneling to the metal studs.
Used in versapion guns to fasten paneling to the metal studs.
Can be used as a roof or wall girt in certain applications.
Can be used as a roof or wall girt in certain applications when a 2″ is needed.
These brackets are used in some applications to secure the bottom of the wall down into the slab.
Typically used to fasten liner panels in the interior of a metal building at the bottom of the sheet.
Used to frame window and door openings for metal buildings.
Used as a roof or wall purlin.
Used at the termination of a zee purlin.
Used to support the zee purlins on the roof of a metal building.
Used to fasten secondary framing members together.
Used for framing carport and shed structures as well as numerous other applications.
Used for bracing structures made from square tubing.
Can be welded to the bottom of a square or round post for support or fastening with bolts.
Used for simple connections for most tube frame buildings.