Floor Truss Guide

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! Faster Construction / Saves Money ! Longer Clear Spans ! Hides Mechanicals ! Spaced 24" oc., multiple depths ! Cantilever and Balcony Built In ! 3.5 Width Surface to Glue and Nail to ! Cold Air Returns can be Eliminated ! Reduce Field Material Losses ! Pick-up Interior Point Loads ! Custom Designed for your project ! Commercial & Residential Applications ! Trim-able ends for concrete mis-pours ! No Humps in Floors ! Sound and Fire Ratings ! Angled Walls FLOOR TRUSS SYSTEMS Performance Facts using Performance Facts using The System 42 floor truss system provide longer, stronger clear spans and greater design flexibility in locating bearing walls and partitions. Because the System 42 floor truss system can be spaced farther apart, fewer are needed. Delivered to the job site ready for installation, the lightweight, rigid floor trusses go up easily and quickly, often without the use of a crane. Wide (3 1/2"), nailable top and bottom chords speed placement of decking and ceiling material without the need of special fasteners or clips. Mechanicals are installed quickly through the opening between webs without notching or furring. Tradesmen are on and off the job faster resulting in earlier completion dates and lower on-site labor costs. The innovative software, equipment, products and services available from Alpine, enables our customers to manufacture and sell the finest truss and wall components available in North America. Alpine offers component engineering services, design and management software, production equipment and truss connector plates. The pioneering concept developed for wood trusses was also applied to our revolutionary line of products and services for cold-formed steel components used in commercial applications. Alpine's software includes design and manufacturing programs that work together to quickly produce structural framing components. Our powerful CAD-based software generates highly accurate 3D layouts that show structural framing with every component in place from any perspective. iCommand, part of the IntelliView suite, enables truss manufacturers to manage business their way with unprecedented power and flexibility. 155 Harlem Avenue, North Building – 4th Floor Glenview, Illinois 60025 800-521-9790 - 07/11/2017 Version © Copyright 2017 - All Rights Reserved. For more information please contact Alpine is part of the Residential Construction (North America) Division of Illinois Tool Works Inc. (NYSE: ITW), a Fortune 250 global multi-industrial manufacturing leader of value added consumables and specialty equipment with related service businesses. Founded in 1912, ITW's recipe for success has been consistent: value added products and outstanding service win the day with customers. ITW places a high premium on the development of highly engineered products and systems – most of which are developed in tandem with customers. And the company continues to ensure that customers receive timely, cost-effective service for the innovative products ITW provides. ITW's more than 50,000 dedicated colleagues around the world thrive in our decentralized, entrepreneurial culture. In 2016, the company achieved revenues of $13.6 billion, with roughly half coming from outside North America. For more information, visit .

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