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Roof Truss 8’/10′ Common Truss 4/12 Pitch 62#

52,19$

Features

Fully assembled, clear span
62 pounds per square foot total load
Designed for 2′ on center spacing
Pictures are for illustrational purposes only, actual lumber and web pattern may vary.

Residential trusses save time and materials compared to conventional hand framing. Trusses are professionally designed with state of the art computer programs. The lumber components are precision cut and assembled together with galvanized steel truss plates in a factory controlled environment. Each truss bears the Truss Plate Institute (TPI) stamp for quality assurance. Truss capacity is listed by pounds per square foot based on the following load rating criteria: Top chord live load (snow and other temporary loads), top chord dead load (roofing materials, weight of the truss itself & other permanent items attached to the roof), bottom chord live load (storage) and bottom chord dead load (insulation, ceiling materials, ceiling fans, etc.).

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Dimensions: 62# at 2′ OC

Shipping Dimensions: 120.00 H x 20.00 W x 1.75 D

Shipping Weight: 29.0 lbs

Features

Fully assembled, clear span
62 pounds per square foot total load
Designed for 2′ on center spacing
Pictures are for illustrational purposes only, actual lumber and web pattern may vary.

Residential trusses save time and materials compared to conventional hand framing. Trusses are professionally designed with state of the art computer programs. The lumber components are precision cut and assembled together with galvanized steel truss plates in a factory controlled environment. Each truss bears the Truss Plate Institute (TPI) stamp for quality assurance. Truss capacity is listed by pounds per square foot based on the following load rating criteria: Top chord live load (snow and other temporary loads), top chord dead load (roofing materials, weight of the truss itself & other permanent items attached to the roof), bottom chord live load (storage) and bottom chord dead load (insulation, ceiling materials, ceiling fans, etc.).

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