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Design Guide Engineered Wood Products

Roseburg Framing System® RFPI®-Joist RigidLam® LVL RigidRim® Rimboard RigidLam® LVL Studs

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The Company n

For more than half a century, Roseburg has produced quality wood products for customers throughout North America and is recognized as a major supplier of wood products. Our natural resource base, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, talented and experienced associates, and reputation for quality products and superior customer service have been key elements to our success. n

Integrated manufacturing, wide variety of wood products, and approximately 750,000 acres of forestlands throughout Southern Oregon and Northern California are assets that will support our strategic growth plans well into the 21st Century.

Engineered Wood Products

Roseburg’s plant is one of North America’s largest Engineered Wood Products (EWP) facilities, covering nearly 70 acres, with over 500,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space. Every part of the facility is state-of-the-art, producing quality Engineered Wood Products. It is a complete processing facility, from drying and grading veneer to final packaging and shipment. As with every other product Roseburg produces, each step in the EWP manufacturing process is monitored to ensure that the highest quality control standards are maintained.

including technical information on span ratings, installation details, cantilever designs, architectural specifications, engineering design properties, and fire and sound design information. However, much of the basic information can be used for other construction applications. Review by a design professional is required for applications beyond the scope of this document. The Roseburg Framing System®, combined with other wood components produced by Roseburg, offers one of the most complete framing packages available from a single manufacturing supplier today.

Roseburg’s signature trademarks of vertical integration capabilities and cutting-edge manufacturing practices help ensure that quality Engineered Wood Products are produced. Our huge production capacity, complete product offering, our focus on service and product availability, commitment to the EWP business, and acceptability of the product by builders and homeowners all translate into significant advantages for our customers.

Roseburg Framing System®

The Roseburg Framing System® consists of: RFPI® Joists used in floor and roof construction; RigidLam® LVL which is used for headers, beams, studs and columns; and RigidRim® Rimboard. All of the components are engineered to the industry’s highest standards to help contractors build solid, durable, and better performing framing systems compared to ordinary dimension lumber. All of the components are intended and warrantied for dry use applications. As a supporting member of APA – The Engineered Wood Association, Roseburg Forest Products has adopted the Performance Standard for wood I-Joists, the Performance Standard for rimboard and the Performance Standard for laminated veneer lumber (LVL). Roseburg believes these standards will aid specifiers in quickly and easily selecting the proper product for each application and will help builders simplify the process of installing I-Joists and LVL in residential applications. All engineered wood products described in this document meet or exceed the APA-EWS standards. This guide emphasizes residential applications,

DESIGN Support

The various charts and tables in this literature are based on accepted, typical residential loading conditions, on center spacing, deflection criteria and/ or spans. This printed information allows the end user to identify and install properly sized RFP engineered wood products without the need for specific design or engineering calculations. Design software; however, such as RFP-KeyBeam® and RFP-KeyPlan® from Keymark Enterprises, LLC, allows the user to input project specific information into the software which may give a less restrictive solution than the generic information in the printed literature. Rest assured that both the literature and the Keymark software are based on the appropriate design properties listed in the current code reports. For additional assistance with specific product design questions, product availability, and territory sales manager locations, please visit our website at www.Roseburg.com, or contact Roseburg Forest Products at 1-800-347-7260, or at the address listed on the back cover.

What Does Roseburg’s EWP Program Have To Offer? Major producer of wood products

Strength of position as a supplier who has longterm staying power

A legacy of delivering quality wood products to the market

Product availability

Our EWP products meet or exceed Roseburg’s and APA’s high quality assurance standards

High quality product with predictable performance

One of the most complete framing packages available

One stop shopping with RFPI-Joist, RigidLam LVL, and RigidRim Rimboard

Own, peel, dry and grade our own wood resources

Consistent quality products at competitive prices

Committed to delivering quality engineered wood products on time, every time

Dependable supply of engineered wood products

Experienced sales, technical, engineering and customer service assistance

Roseburg will help you get the job done quickly and efficiently


Table Of Contents ENVIRONMENTAL

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SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION PRECAUTIONS Storage & Handling Guidelines RFPI’s ENGINEERED TO MAKE THE JOB EASIER Installation Notes design properties ALLOWABLE floor SPANS Load Development allowable floor uniform loads Web Hole & Duct Chase specifications 2 x 10 and 2 x 12 comparison floor system Performance

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I-joist details

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RigidRim ® rimboard specifications

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floorframing & construction DETAILS cantilever details CANTILEVER REINFORCEMENT web stiffener Requirements  Fire & sound rated Floor Assemblies The Code Plus® Floor BONUS ROOM FLOOR JOIST SELECTION roof framing & construction DETAILS allowable Roof uniform Loads Allowable Roof span charts

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 RODUCT LINE P handling & installation Design Properties BEARING DETAILS fastening recommendations for multiple ply members FLOOR BEAMS 1-Story garage door headers 2-Story garage door headers 1-Story window & patio door headers 2-Story window & patio door headers PLF load development bearing length requirements  allowable Uniform Loads - 1.5E allowable Uniform Loads - 2.0E Studs

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I-JOIST & LVL FRAMING CONNECTORS Simpson Connectors USP Connectors

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GENERAL INFORMATION explanation of important ewp terms

Typical Building material weights

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Software information RFP-KeyBeam®, RFP-KeyPlan® & SMARTFRAMER™ Software

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BUILD

GREENER With an industry leader in Green Build products.

For over 70 years, Roseburg has been an industry leader in creating ways to use natural resources wisely. From the cogeneration plants that convert waste material into energy, which provides power for our manufacturing facilities, to the 5 million seedlings planted annually, Roseburg is committed to being a good steward of the environment. Roseburg produces the broadest mix of “Green Build Wood Products”. RFPI®-Joist RigidLam® LVL Particleboard Plywood Underlayment Real Wood Siding Concrete Forming Panel



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Plywood Sheathing Sanded Plywood Hardwood Panels Thermally Fused Melamine Specialty Panels


Conscientious

Stewards Of Our Environment.

These five words are the foundation for every action Roseburg takes in its interactions with the environment. The phrase means not just taking care of the lands, but making them better for future generations. Harvesting a tree is easy; studying how our harvest activity impacts everything around it and finding ways to improve upon the environment is more difficult.

We manage our natural resources in a responsible manner

Our EWP products enable builders to use timber resources more efficiently

We offer composite panels and plywood products that have no added urea formaldehyde when manufactured

We have biomass cogeneration plants which use wood waste material from our mills to produce clean energy for our plants and nearby communities

We produce a broad array of products that are FSC, SCS, and EPP certified

California timberlands are third party certified for their sustainability by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)

Integrated manufacturing facilities dramatically reduce vehicle carbon emissions

We plant over 5 million tree seedlings annually

We are progressively involved in stream research and enhancement

We have been up to the task. We are not only in the business of producing quality wood products, but also in the business of conserving and enhancing the wonderful natural resources that each of us enjoys. Visit any of our harvest sites, and you’ll see these words in action. While using tractors and skidders may often be the easiest and least expensive alternative for removing logs, we look at other, more environmentally-friendly harvesting options such as helicopter logging to protect the soils that grow our trees. Often, you’ll find us placing large, woody debris in streams to enhance the fish spawning habitat, or replacing old culverts with larger, better-placed culverts to provide better fish passage. Roseburg was among the first in the industry to set aside some of its own land in order to study and improve upon fish habitat. Several years ago, we began working with Oregon State University and other agencies on a company-owned area near the Hinkle Creek Watershed to gain current research on the effects of logging on fish. We are now lobbying other companies to replicate the study on their own lands. Finally, it’s important to note that we are a highly self-sufficient manufacturer. We now own more than 750,000 acres of timberland, which supply the majority of wood fiber we need to produce our products. The ability to rely on our own forests as our primary source of logs gives us the flexibility to match our resources to our product mix. We take a great deal of pride in our partnership with the natural world. However, we don’t go to all of this effort and expense simply because it makes us feel good; we do it because it’s the right thing to do.

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Safety & Construction Precautions WARNING I-joists are unstable until completely installed, and will not carry any load until fully braced and sheathed. Avoid Accidents by Following These Important Guidelines: Do not allow workers to walk on I‑joists until joists are fully installed and braced, or serious injuries can result.

Never stack building materials over unsheathed I-joists. Stack only over beams or walls.

Brace and nail each I‑joist as it is installed, using hangers, blocking panels, rimboard, and/ or cross-bracing at joist ends.

When the building is completed, the floor sheathing will provide lateral support for the top flanges of the I‑joists. Until this sheathing is applied, temporary bracing, often called struts, or temporary sheathing must be applied to prevent I‑joist rollover or buckling.

4Temporary bracing or struts must be 1 x 4 inch minimum, at least 8 feet long and spaced no more than 8 feet on center, and must be secured with a minimum of two 8d nails fastened to the top surface of each I‑joist. Nail bracing to a lateral restraint at the end of each bay. Lap ends of adjoining bracing over at least two I‑joists.

4O  r, sheathing (temporary or permanent) can be nailed to the top flange of the first 4 feet of I‑joists at the end of the bay.

For cantilevered I‑joists, brace top and bottom flanges, and brace ends with closure panels, rimboard, or cross-bracing.

Install and nail permanent sheathing to each I‑joist before placing loads on the floor system. Then, stack building materials over beams or walls only.

Never install a damaged I‑joist.

Improper storage or installation, failure to follow applicable building codes, failure to follow span ratings for RFPI®‑Joists, failure to use allowable hole sizes and locations, or failure to use web stiffeners when required can result in serious accidents.

These are general recommendations and in some cases additional precautions may be required.

Storage & Handling Guidelines •

Do not drop I-joists or LVL off the delivery truck.  Best practice is use of a forklift or boom.

Store bundles upright on a smooth, level, well-drained supportive surface.

DO NOT store I-joists or LVL in direct contact with the ground.  Bundles should be a minimum of 6” off the ground and supported every 10’ or less.

Always stack and handle I-joists in their upright position only.

Place 2x or LVL spacers (at a maximum of 10’ apart) between bundles stored on top of one another. Spacers above should be lined up with spacers below.

Bundles should remain wrapped, strapped, and protected from the weather until time of installation.

Do not lift I-joist bundles by top flange.

Avoid excessive bowing or twisting of I-joists or LVL during all phases of handling and installation (i.e. measuring, sawing or placement).  Never load I-joists in the flat-wise orientation.

Take care to avoid forklift damage.  Reduce forklift speed to avoid “bouncing” the load.

When handling I-joists with a crane (“picking”), take a few simple precautions to prevent damage to the I-joists and injury to your work crew:

4 Pick I-joists in the bundles as shipped by the supplier.

4 Orient the bundles so that the webs of the I-joists are vertical.

4 Pick the bundles at the 5th points, using a spreader bar if necessary.

Do not stack LVL bundles on top of I-Joist bundles.

NEVER USE A DAMAGED I-JOIST OR LVL.  All field repairs must be approved by a Design Professional.

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Installation Notes

I-joists save builders time, and therefore money. I-joists are typically pre-cut in two-foot increments of length and shipped to the job site ready to install. This minimizes job site cutting and material waste. I-joists can be cut and fastened with traditional framing tools and fasteners – no special tools are required. In addition, Span Ratings for uniformly loaded glued-nailed residential floors for both simple and multiple span applications are clearly stamped on each RFPI®-Joist, making them easier for builders and remodelers to install properly, and more visible for code officials to inspect. Since I-joists can typically be used at greater joist spacings as compared to lumber, fewer pieces must be cut and handled on the job site, making I-joist installation less costly and less wasteful for the builder.

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Except for cutting to length, top and bottom flanges of RFPI-Joists shall not be cut, drilled or notched.

2.

Concentrated loads shall only be applied to the upper surface of the top flange, not suspended from the bottom flange. Contact your local representative for exceptions.

3.

Any fastening, resistance to uplift or applications not specifically detailed are subject to local approval.

4.

I-Joist end bearing length must be at least 1¾”. Intermediate bearings of multiple span joists shall be at least 3½”.

5.

Engineered lumber must not remain in direct contact with concrete or masonry construction and shall be used in dry use conditions only.

6.

RFPI-Joists must be restrained against rotation at the ends of joists by use of rimboard, rim joists, blocking panels, or cross-bracing. To laterally support cantilevered joists, blocking panels must also be installed over supports nearest the cantilever.

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Additionally, rimboard, rim joists, blocking panels, or squash blocks must be provided under all exterior walls and interior load bearing walls to transfer loads from above to the wall or foundation below.

8.

Plywood or OSB subfloor nailed to the top flange of an RFPI-Joist is adequate to provide lateral support.

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The top flanges must be kept straight within ½” of true alignment.

Allow Design Flexibility

The availability of long lengths allows multiple span installations thus speeding construction by eliminating the need to lap joists over bearing walls or support beams. This also means fewer pieces to handle. The availability of long lengths and relatively deep joists also gives designers the freedom to create more open spaces and reduces the need for supporting walls, columns, or beams. Dimensionally Stable

I-joists will not warp, twist, or shrink, and are more uniform in their dimensions than sawn lumber joists. The L/480 maximum live load deflection criteria combined with their straightness and uniformity provides a stiffer, more uniform floor with fewer squeaks, resulting in higher customer satisfaction. Lightweight

Because I-joists typically weigh less than half of comparable conventional framing lumber, they can be installed quickly and efficiently. Web Holes

The OSB webs in Roseburg’s I-joists permit holes to be easily cut on the job site to permit the passage of electrical wiring, plumbing and ductwork. This cannot always be accomplished with sawn lumber joists where the mechanical systems must be passed under the joist system. Roseburg also provides knockout holes along the length of the joists to facilitate the installation of electrical wiring or light plumbing lines. These knockouts can easily be removed with a hammer as needed. APA Quality Assured

The APA-EWS trademark ensures superior I-joist quality and consistent performance. All products are subject to the proven quality assurance program of APA. Resource Friendly

Wood I-joists use up to 50% less wood fiber in their production than conventional lumber joists, allowing more efficient use of our natural resources.

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10. If nails must be installed into the sides of LVL flanges, spacing shall not be closer than 3 inches o.c. for 8d common nails, and 4 inches o.c. for 10d common nails. 11. When nailing sheathing to top flange, closest spacing should be as follows: Flange Width Sheathing 1-3/4” 2-1/16” 2-5/16” 3-1/2” Nail Spacing Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Requirements 8d box

2”

18”

2”

18”

2”

24”

2”

24”

8d common, 10d or 12d box

2”

18”

2”

18”

2”

24”

2”

24”

Notes: 1. If more than one row of nails is required, rows must be offset by at least Z\x” and staggered. 2.

14 gauge staples may be substituted for 8d nails if staples penetrate the joist at least 1”.

3.

Do not use nails larger than those shown above when attaching sheathing to flanges of RFPI-Joists.

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Space nails installed to the flange’s top face in accordance with the applicable building code requirements or approved building plans.

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RFPI®-Joist Design Properties I-JOIST DIMENSIONS

RFPI® 20

9¹⁄₂˝

11⁷⁄₈˝

RFPI® 400

14˝

1-3/4” wide x 1-3/8” LVL Flange 3/8” OSB Web

9¹⁄₂˝

11⁷⁄₈˝

14˝

RFPI® 40

16˝

2-1/16” wide x 1-3/8” LVL Flange 3/8” OSB Web

9¹⁄₂˝

11⁷⁄₈˝

14˝

RFPI® 50

16˝

2-5/16” wide x 1-3/8” LVL Flange 3/8” OSB Web

9¹⁄₂˝

11⁷⁄₈˝

14˝

RFPI® 70

16˝

1-3/4” wide x 1-1/2” LVL Flange 3/8” OSB Web

9¹⁄₂˝

11⁷⁄₈˝

14˝

RFPI® 90

11⁷⁄₈˝

16˝

2-5/16” wide x 1-1/2” LVL Flange 3/8” OSB Web

14˝

16˝

3-1/2” wide x 1-1/2” LVL Flange 7/16” OSB Web

DESIGN PROPERTIES

Design Properties for RFPI-Joists(1) Roseburg Designation

APA PRI

El(2) x106 lb-in.2

M(3) lb-ft

V(4) lb

IR(5) lb

ER(6) lb

K(7) x106 lb

Weight plf

9-1/2” RFPI 20 9-1/2” RFPI 400

9-1/2” PRI-20

145

2,520

1,120

Not Applicable

193

3,345

1,120

1,700

830

4.94

1.97

2,150

1,025

4.94

9-1/2” RFPI 40

9-1/2” PRI-40

193

2,735

2.24

1,120

2,160

1,080

4.94

9-1/2” RFPI 50

9-1/2” PRI-50

186

2.37

3,800

1,120

2,040

1,015

4.94

9-1/2” RFPI 70

Not Applicable

2.18

245

4,935

1,120

2,335

1,160

4.94

11-7/8” RFPI 20

2.57

11-7/8” PRI 20

253

3,265

1,420

1,700

830

6.18

2.20

11-7/8” RFPI 400

Not Applicable

330

4,315

1,420

2,250

1,050

6.18

2.51

11-7/8” RFPI 40

11-7/8” PRI 40

330

3,545

1,420

2,500

1,200

6.18

2.61

11-7/8” RFPI 50

11-7/8” PRI 50

322

4,915

1,420

2,040

1,015

6.18

2.41

11-7/8” RFPI 70

11-7/8” PRI 70

420

6,595

1,420

2,335

1,160

6.18

2.91

11-7/8” RFPI 90

11-7/8” PRI 90

604

8,770

1,925

3,355

1,400

6.18

3.84

14” RFPI 20

Not Applicable

420

4,330

1,710

2,100

1,000

7.28

2.53

14” RFPI 400

Not Applicable

486

5,140

1,710

2,250

1,050

7.28

2.75

14” RFPI 40

14” PRI 40

482

4,270

1,710

2,500

1,200

7.28

2.87

14” RFPI 50

14” PRI 50

480

5,860

1,710

2,040

1,015

7.28

2.67

14” RFPI 70

14” PRI 70

613

7,865

1,710

2,335

1,160

7.28

3.13

14” RFPI 90

14” PRI 90

881

10,460

2,125

3,355

1,400

7.28

4.14

16” RFPI 400

Not Applicable

665

5,880

1,970

2,250

1,050

8.32

2.98

16” RFPI 40

16” PRI 40

657

4,950

1,970

2,500

1,200

8.32

3.14

16” RFPI 50

16” PRI 50

663

6,715

1,970

2,040

1,015

8.32

2.86

16” RFPI 70

16” PRI 70

841

9,010

1,970

2,335

1,160

8.32

3.35

16” RFPI 90

16” PRI 90

1,192

11,985

2,330

3,355

1,400

8.32

4.42

(1) T  he tabulated values are design values for 100% duration of load. All values except for EI and K are permitted to be adjusted for other load durations as permitted by code. (2) Bending stiffness (EI) of the I‑joist. (3) Moment capacity (M) of a single I‑joist. Moment capacity of the I-Joist shall not be increased by any repetitive member use factor. (4) Shear capacity (V) with a minimum bearing length of 4 inches (5 inches for 14-inch and 16-inch RFPI®-50). (5) Intermediate reaction (IR) with a minimum bearing length of 3Z\x” without web stiffeners. (6) End reaction (ER) of the I‑joist with a minimum bearing length of 1C\v” without web stiffeners. Higher end reactions are permitted. For a bearing length of 4” (5” for 14” and 16” RFPI 50s), the end reaction may be set equal to the tabulated shear value. Interpolation of the end reaction between 1C\v” and 4” (5” for 14” and 16” RFPI 50s) of bearing is permitted. For interpolated end reaction values over 1550 lb, web stiffeners are required, except for RFPI 90, which requires a web stiffener for interpolated reactions over 1885 lb. (7) Coefficient of shear deflection (K), used to calculate deflections for I-joist application. Equations 1 and 2 below are provided for uniform load and center point load conditions for simple spans. Uniform Load: 5v,4 + ____ v,2 [1] d = ______ 384EI K



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Center-Point Load: _____ P,3 + 2P, ___ [2] d = 48EI K

where: d = calculated deflection (in.) v = uniform load (lb/in.) , = design span (in.) P = concentrated load (lb)

EI = bending stiffness of the I‑joist (lb‑in2) K = coefficient of shear deflection (lb)


40 PSF live load and 10 psf dead load Joist Depth

9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

Joist Series

40/10 Multiple Span

12” o.c.

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

12” o.c.

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

16’-7” 18’-0” 18’-0” 17’-10” 19’-3” 19’-10” 21’-5” 21’-5” 21’-4” 23’-0” 25’-8” 23’-4’ 24’-4” 24’-4” 24’-4” 26’-1” 29’-1” 27’-0” 26’-11” 27’-0” 29’-0” 32’-2”

15’-2” 16’-5” 16’-5” 16’-4” 17’-7” 18’-2” 19’-7” 19’-7” 19’-6” 21’-0” 23’-4” 21’-4” 22’-3” 22’-3” 22’-2” 23’-10” 26-5” 24’-8” 24’-3” 24’-8” 26’-5” 29’-3”

14’-4” 15-’6” 15’-6” 15’-5” 16’-7” 17’-2” 18’-6” 18’-6” 18’-5” 19’-10” 22’-0” 20’-2” 21’-0” 20’-6” 21’-0” 22’-6” 24-11” 23’-3” 22’-1” 23’-4” 24’-11” 27’-7”

13’-5” 14’-6” 14’-6” 14’-5” 15’-6” 16’-0” 17’-3” 16’-8” 17’-2” 18’-6” 20’-5” 18’-6” 19’-7” 18’-4” 19’-7” 20’-11” 23’-2” 20’-10” 19’-9” 20’-2” 23’-1” 25’-7”

18’-1” 19’-7” 19’-7” 19’-5” 21’-0” 21’-8” 23’-4” 23’-5” 23’-3” 25’-1” 27’-11” 25’-5” 26’-7” 25’-11” 26’-6” 28’-5” 31’-8” 29’-6” 27’-11” 29’-6” 31’-7” 35’-1”

16’-6” 17’-10” 17’-11” 17’-9” 19’-2” 19’-7” 21’-4” 20’-5” 21’-2” 22’-10” 25’-5” 22’-7” 24’-3” 22’-5” 24’-2” 25’-11” 28’-10” 26’-4” 24’-2” 24’-3” 27’-10” 31’-10”

15’-7” 16’-10” 16’-4” 16’-9” 18’-1” 16’-9” 20’-1” 18’-7” 20’-0” 21’-7” 23’-11” 20’-7” 22’-3” 20’-5” 20’-2” 23’-2” 27’-1” 22’-3” 22’-0” 20’-2” 23’-2” 30’-0”

13’-5” 15’-9” 14’-7” 15’-7” 16’-10” 13’-5” 17’-9” 16’-7” 16’-1” 18’-6” 22’-2” 16’-7” 17’-9” 18’-3” 16’-1” 18’-6” 25’-2” 17’-9” 19’-8” 16’-1” 18’-6” 26’-7”

40 PSF live load and 20 psf dead load Joist Depth

9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

Joist Series RFPI® 20 RFPI® 400 RFPI® 40 RFPI® 50 RFPI® 70 RFPI® 20 RFPI® 400 RFPI® 40 RFPI® 50 RFPI® 70 RFPI® 90 RFPI® 20 RFPI® 400 RFPI® 40 RFPI® 50 RFPI® 70 RFPI® 90 RFPI® 400 RFPI® 40 RFPI® 50 RFPI® 70 RFPI® 90

40/20 Simple Span 12” o.c.

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

12” o.c.

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

16’-7” 18’-0” 18’-0” 17’-10” 19’-3” 19’-10” 21’-5” 21’-5” 21’-4” 23’-0” 25’-8” 23’-4” 24’-4” 23’-9” 24’-4” 26’-1” 29’-1” 27’-0” 25’-7” 27’-0” 29’-0” 32’-2”

15’-2” 16’-5” 16’-5” 16’-4” 17’-7” 17’-11” 19’-7” 18’-8” 19’-6” 21’-0” 23’-4” 20’-8” 22’-3” 20’-6” 22’-2” 23’-10” 26’-5” 24’-1” 22’-1” 24’-8” 26’-5” 29’-3”

14’-4” 15’-6” 14’-11” 15’-5” 16’-7” 16’-4” 18’-6” 17’-1” 18’-5” 19’-10” 22’-0” 18’-10” 20’-7” 18’-9” 21’-0” 22’-6” 24’-11” 21’-9” 20’-2” 21’-0” 24’-0” 27’-7”

12’-10” 14’-6” 13’-4” 14’-5” 15’-6” 13’-8” 16’-10” 15’-3” 16’-9” 18’-6” 20’-5” 16’-6” 17’-4” 16’-9” 16’-9” 19’-2” 23’-2” 17’-4” 18’-0” 16’-9” 19’-2” 23’-2”

18’-1” 19’-7” 18’-11” 19’-5” 21’-0” 20’-8” 23’-4” 21’-6” 23’-3” 25’-1” 27’-11” 23’-10” 26’-0” 23’-8” 26’-6” 28’-5” 31’-8” 27’-9” 25’-6” 27’-0” 30’-11” 35’-1”

15’-8” 17’-10” 16’-4” 17’-9” 19’-2” 16’-9” 20’-7” 18’-7” 20’-2” 22’-10” 25’-5” 20’-7” 22’-3” 20’-5” 20’-2” 23’-2” 28’-10” 22’-3” 22’-0” 20’-2” 23’-2” 31’-10”

13’-11” 16’-6” 14’-11” 16’-9” 18’-1” 13’-11” 18’-6” 17’-0” 16’-9” 19’-3” 23’-11” 17’-3” 18’-6” 18’-8” 16’-9” 19’-3” 27’-1” 18’-6” 20’-1” 16’-9” 19’-3” 27’-9”

11’-1” 14’-1” 13’-3” 13’-5” 14’-9” 11’-1” 14’-9” 15’-2” 13’-5” 15’-4” 22’-2” 13’-9” 14’-9” 16’-5” 13’-5” 15’-4” 22’-2” 14’-9” 16’-5” 13’-5” 15’-4” 22’-2”

Notes: • Clear span is the clear distance between the face of supports. • Spans are based on uniform loads as shown above. Use RFP-KeyBeam® sizing software for other loading. • Web stiffeners are not required for spans shown but may be required for hangers. • Maximum deflection is limited to L/480 for live load and L/240 for total load. • A minimum of 1C\v” is required for end bearing, 3Z\x” for intermediate bearing. • Spans are based on composite action with glued-nailed sheathing meeting the following APA requirements: Rated Sheathing Rated Sheathing Rated Sturd-I Floor Rated Sturd-I Floor

40/20 Multiple Span

Min. Thickness 19/32” 23/32” 19/32” 23/32”

Span Rating (40/20) (48/24) 20” o.c. 24” o.c.

Floor Joist Spacing 19.2” or less 24” or less 19.2” or less 24” or less

ALLOWABLE FLOOR CLEAR SPANS

RFPI® 20 RFPI® 400 RFPI® 40 RFPI® 50 RFPI® 70 RFPI® 20 RFPI® 400 RFPI® 40 RFPI® 50 RFPI® 70 RFPI® 90 RFPI® 20 RFPI® 400 RFPI® 40 RFPI® 50 RFPI® 70 RFPI® 90 RFPI® 400 RFPI® 40 RFPI® 50 RFPI® 70 RFPI® 90

40/10 Simple Span

RFPI®-Joist

Allowable Floor Clear Spans For RFPI®-Joists

Layout Guide FOR 19.2” o.c. spacing 1 2 3 4 5

19-3/16” 38-3/8” 57-5/8” 76-13/16” 96” (8’)

6 7 8 9 10

115-3/16” 134-3/8” 153-5/8” 172-13/16” 192” (16’)

11 12 13 14 15

211-3/16” 230-3/8” 249-5/8” 268-13/16” 288” (24’)

Adhesives shall meet APA Specification AFG-01 or ASTM D3498. Spans shall be reduced by 12 inches when floor sheathing is nailed only.

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Load Development load development for RFPI-Joists with uniform load STEP One: Calculate the Tributary Width Tributary Width (or Trib width) = Half of the distance to the next supporting member on both sides of the joist. It represents the width of the floor the joist is responsible to support. Trib Width = (O.C.÷2) + (O.C.÷2) = O.C. (expressed in units of feet) In the diagram below, if the o.c. spacing equals 16”, the Trib Width = 16”/12 = 1.33’

STEP TWO: Calculate the PLF on the joist Pounds per Linear Foot (or “PLF”) = (PSF Load) x (Trib Width). This is the loading that the joist “feels” being applied along the top flange. PLFLive Load = (40 psf) x (1.33’) = 53 PLF Live Load PLFTotal Load = (50 psf) x (1.33’) = 67 PLF Total Load (Use these numbers to size the RFPI-Joist from the PLF table on page 11)

Trib Area = Area of the floor the joist is responsible to support. Trib Area = (Trib Width) x (Joist Span)

Design load for floor given in pounds per square foot (psf) for entire floor. Typical Residential Value is: 40 psf Live Load 10 psf Dead Load Pounds per Linear Foot (PLF)

OC 2

OC

OC

Trib Area of I-joist

OC 2

OC

OC

OC

Design Load Pounds per Square Foot (PSF)

LOAD DEVELOPMENT

load development for RFPI-Joists with load bearing wall STEP One Calculate the portion of the wall load carried by each joist. This is also determined by the joist o.c. spacing and is given by: PLive Load = (PLF)Wall Live Load x (O.C.) PTotal Load = (PLF)Wall Total Load x (O.C.)

PLFEQ Live Load = 2P Live Load ÷ L PLFEQ Total Load = 2P Total Load ÷ L

Where: O.C. = Joist on-center spacing (feet) PLF = Wall loading (pounds per linear foot) P = Concentrated load supported by joist (pounds) As far as each joist is concerned, it feels the wall as a concentrated load (units of pounds). The greater the on-center spacing, the greater the portion of wall it must support.

P Load bearing wall adding a plf loading on the floor joists.

STEP TwO Calculate the equivalent uniform plf load due to this concentrated wall load. This equivalent plf load will allow you to safely size the joist using the plf table on page 11 no matter where the wall is located over the joists. It is given by:

For example, assume the wall was applying a 400 plf total load on the joists. If the joists are spaced at 16” o.c. and span 20 ft, then: PLive Load = 4 (400 plf) x (1.33’) = 426 lbs. 5 PTotal Load = (400 plf) x (1.33’) =532 lbs. PLFEQ Live Load = 2 x 426 lbs. = 43 plf 20’ PLFEQ Total Load = 2 x 532 lbs. = 54 plf 20’ (Assuming a 40/10 loading from above)

 These PLF loads are in addition to the original PSF Design Loads and must be added before using the table. Using the example from above, these joists should be sized to carry:

OC

Live Load PLF: 53 plf + 43 plf = 96 plf Live Load Total Load PLF: 67 plf + 54 plf = 121 plf Total Load

If a joist could not be sized, redo this with a smaller on-center spacing or use RFP-KeyBeam® to size the joist more accurately. PLF Wall Load Portion of plf wall load carried by joist Trib Area of I-joist

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Joist Clear Span (ft) Joist Clear Span (ft) 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

9-1/2” Live Total - 217 - 186 - 164 - 146 - 131 103 119 81 109 65 101 53 94 43 85 36 70 30 59 26 50 -

11-7/8” Live Total - 216 - 186 - 163 - 145 - 131 - 119 - 109 - 101 90 93 74 87 62 82 52 77 44 72 38 69 33 62 28 54 -

14” Live Total - 268 - 230 - 202 - 180 - 162 - 147 - 135 - 125 - 116 - 108 99 101 84 95 71 90 61 85 53 81 46 74 40 68 36 62 31 57 28 52 -

RFPI 400 (2-1/16” wide x 1-3/8” flanges) 9-1/2” Live Total - 274 - 236 - 207 - 184 - 166 133 151 105 139 84 128 69 119 57 111 47 92 40 77 34 65 29 56 -

11-7/8” Live Total - 287 - 247 - 217 - 193 - 174 - 158 - 145 - 134 113 124 94 116 79 108 66 102 56 96 48 91 42 81 36 70 32 61 28 54 -

11-7/8” Live Total - 260 - 224 - 196 - 175 - 157 - 143 - 131 - 121 111 112 92 105 77 98 65 92 55 87 47 83 41 78 36 69 31 60 27 52 -

14” Live Total - 260 - 223 - 196 - 174 - 157 - 143 - 131 - 121 - 112 - 105 98 92 81 87 69 82 60 78 52 74 46 71 40 68 36 65 32 61 28 54 -

16” Live Total - 286 - 246 - 216 - 192 - 173 - 157 - 144 - 133 - 124 - 115 - 108 - 102 96 91 82 86 71 82 63 78 55 75 49 71 44 68 39 65 35 61 31 56 28 52

9-1/2” Live Total - 275 - 237 - 208 - 185 - 167 133 152 105 139 84 123 69 106 57 92 47 81 40 71 34 64 29 55 -

RFPI 70 (2-5/16” wide x 1-1/2” flanges)

RFPI 50 (1-3/4” wide x 1-1/2” flanges) 9-1/2” Live Total - 260 - 224 - 196 - 175 - 158 128 143 102 131 82 121 66 113 55 105 46 89 38 75 33 63 28 54 -

14” Live Total - 287 - 247 - 216 - 193 - 173 - 158 - 145 - 133 - 124 - 116 - 108 96 102 82 96 70 91 61 86 53 82 46 78 41 74 36 67 32 62 29 55 -

RFPI 40 (2-5/16” wide x 1-3/8” flanges)

16” Live Total - 260 - 223 - 196 - 174 - 157 - 143 - 131 - 121 - 112 - 104 98 92 87 82 78 71 74 62 71 55 67 49 65 43 62 39 59 35 57 31 55 28 53 -

9-1/2” Live Total - 286 - 246 - 215 - 192 - 173 - 157 129 144 104 133 85 123 70 115 59 108 50 97 42 82 36 70 31 60 27 52 -

11-7/8” Live Total - 297 - 256 - 224 - 200 - 180 - 164 - 150 - 138 - 128 116 120 97 112 82 106 70 100 61 94 52 89 46 85 40 77 35 68 31 60 28 53 -

14” Live Total - 297 - 256 - 224 - 200 - 180 - 163 - 150 - 138 - 128 - 120 - 112 - 105 99 86 94 75 89 65 85 57 81 51 77 45 74 40 71 36 68 32 61 29 55 -

11-7/8” Live Total - 319 - 274 - 241 - 214 - 193 - 176 - 161 139 149 113 138 94 120 79 105 66 93 56 83 48 74 42 67 36 60 32 55 28 50 -

(inches) 12 16 19.2 24

(feet) 1.00 1.33 1.60 2.00

16” Live Total - 297 - 255 - 224 - 199 - 179 - 163 - 150 - 138 - 128 - 119 - 112 - 105 99 94 89 85 78 81 68 77 61 74 54 71 48 68 44 65 39 63 35 61 32 58

11-7/8” Live Total - 428 - 368 - 323 - 287 - 259 - 235 - 216 - 199 - 185 157 173 133 162 113 152 97 143 84 136 73 129 64 123 56 108 49 95 44 84 39 74 35 66 31 59 28 53 -

Load in Pounds per Square Foot (psf) 20 20 27 32 40

25 25 33 40 50

30 30 40 48 60

35 35 47 56 70

40 40 53 64 80

45 45 60 72 90

50 50 67 80 100

55 55 73 88 110

60 60 80 96 120

65 65 87 104 130

70 70 93 112 140

16” Live Total - 318 - 274 - 240 - 214 - 193 - 175 - 161 - 148 - 138 - 128 - 120 - 113 - 107 93 101 81 94 71 85 62 77 55 70 48 64 43 59 38 54 35 50 -

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PSF to PLF Conversion – Load in Pounds per Lineal Foot (PLF) O.C. Spacing

14” Live Total - 319 - 274 - 240 - 214 - 193 - 175 - 161 - 148 - 138 - 129 112 120 95 112 81 100 70 90 60 81 52 73 46 66 41 60 36 55 32 51 -

75 75 100 120 150

14” Live Total - 427 - 368 - 322 - 287 - 259 - 235 - 216 - 199 - 185 - 172 - 161 - 152 137 143 119 136 103 129 90 122 80 117 70 111 63 107 56 102 50 96 45 86 41 77 37 69 33 63

16” Live Total - 427 - 367 - 322 - 287 - 258 - 235 - 215 - 199 - 184 - 172 - 161 - 151 - 143 - 135 - 128 120 122 106 116 93 111 83 106 74 102 67 98 60 94 54 91 49 87 45 84

Notes: 1. See GENERAL NOTES below. 2. Live load column is based on an L/480 deflection limit. 3. An  L/480 live load deflection limit is recommended (see FLOOR SYSTEM PERFORMANCE on page 15). For L/360 (minimum stiffness allowed by code), multiply an L/480 value by 1.33. 4. Deflection under total load is limited to L/240. 5. Total load is based on 100% duration of load.

To Use PLF Chart: 1. Select the span required. 2. Compare the design total load to the Total Load column and compare the design live load to the L/480 column. See note 3 above for L/360 live load deflection values. 3. Select a product that exceeds both the design total and live loads.

o.c. spacing [ft] x load [psf] = load [plf]. See load development on page 10.

general notes 1. T  able values apply to uniformly loaded simple or multiple span joists. 2. Clear span is the clear distance between the face of supports. 3. Use RFP-KeyBeam® sizing software to analyze multiple span joists if the length of any span is less than half the length of an adjacent span. 4. Minimum end bearing length is 1C\v”. Minimum intermediate bearing length is 3Z\x”.

5. T  his table does not account for added stiffness from glued or nailed sheathing. 6. Use beam sizing software to analyze conditions outside of the scope of this table such as cantilevers and concentrated loads. 7. Both live and total loads must be checked – live load against the Live column and total load against the Total column. When no value is shown in the Live column, total load will govern.

8. V  erify that the deflection criteria conforms to local building code requirements. 9. Provide lateral support at bearing points and continuous lateral support along the compression flange of each joist. 10. For double joists, double the table values and connect the joists per the detail on page 21. 11. For proper installation procedures, refer to the appropriate sections in this publication.

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ALLOWABLE FLOOR UNIFORM LOAD (PLF)

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

RFPI 20 (1-3/4” wide x 1-3/8” flanges)

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Allowable Floor Uniform Load For RFPI®-Joists (PLF)

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One of the benefits of using RFPI-Joists in residential floor and roof construction is that holes may be cut in the joist webs to accommodate electrical wiring, plumbing lines and other mechanical systems, therefore minimizing the depth of the floor system. Rules for cutting holes in RFPI-Joists

WEB HOLE SPECIFICATIONS

RFPI®-Joist

Web Hole Specifications

1.

The distance between the inside edge of the support and the centerline of any hole shall not be less than that shown in the chart on page 13.

2.

I‑joist top and bottom flanges must NEVER be cut, notched, or otherwise modified.

3.

Whenever possible field-cut holes should be centered vertically in the middle of the web.

4.

The maximum size hole that can be cut into an I‑joist web shall equal the clear distance between the flanges of the I‑joist minus 1/4”. A minimum of 1/8” should always be maintained between the top or bottom of the hole and the adjacent I‑joist flange.

5.

 he sides of square holes or longest sides of T rectangular holes should not exceed three fourths of the diameter of the maximum round hole permitted at that location.

6.

Where more than one hole is necessary, the distance between adjacent hole edges shall be a minimum of twice the diameter of the largest round hole or twice the size of the largest square hole (or twice the length of the longest side of the longest rectangular hole) and each hole must be sized and located in compliance with the requirements of the chart on page 13.

7.

A knockout is not considered a hole and may be utilized anywhere it occurs. It can be ignored for purposes of calculating minimum distances between holes.

8.

1½” holes shall be permitted anywhere in a cantilevered section of an RFPI-Joist. Holes of greater size may be permitted subject to verification.

9.

A 1½” hole can be placed anywhere in the web provided that it meets the requirements of rule 6 on this page.

10. A group of round holes at approximately the same location shall be permitted if they meet the requirements for a single round hole circumscribed around them. (See diagram on page 13).  ll holes shall be cut in a ­workman-like manner 11. A in accordance with the restrictions listed herein.

Never drill, cut or notch the flange, or over-cut the web. Holes in webs should be cut with a sharp saw. For rectangular holes, avoid over-cutting the corners, as this can cause unnecessary stress concentrations. Slightly rounding the corners is recommended. Start the rectangular hole by drilling a 1”-diameter hole in each of the four corners and then make the cuts between the holes to minimize damage to the I‑joist.

How to Use Hole Chart on page 13

1. 2.

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Example: Need a 5½‑inch hole in an 117/8” RFPI®-400 joist:

Read across the top of Hole Chart to the desired hole size.

From Hole Chart,

Follow this column down to the row that represents the I‑joist depth and designation. This number indicates the minimum distance from the face of the support to the centerline of the hole.

or a 5-inch round hole, the minimum distance is 3’– 4”. F For a 6-inch round hole, the minimum distance is 4’– 8”. Therefore the minimum distance for the 5½-inch round hole is 4’– 0” (halfway between 3’-4” and 4’-8”).

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RFPI-JOIST TYPICAL HOLES - see “How to use hole chart” on page 12

RFPI®-Joist

Holes For RFPI®-Joists Used In Residential Floor/Roof Applications

Knockouts are prescored holes for the contractor’s convenience to install electrical or small plumbing lines. They are 1Z\x” in diameter, and are spaced approximately 16” on center along the length of the I-joist. Where possible, it is preferable to use knockouts instead of field cutting holes. For floor applications, position the I‑joists so the knockouts are all on the bottom of the joist, making it easier to install electrical wiring or residential sprinkler systems. HOLE CHART MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM FACE OF NEAREST JOIST SUPPORT TO CENTER OF HOLE I-Joist Depth

11-7/8”

14”

16”

SAF(3)

2

3

4

5

RFPI 20

11.08

0’-7’’

0’-11’’

2’-2’’

3’-7’’

5’-3’’

5’-8’’

RFPI 400

14.08

1’-8’’

2’-9’’

3’-11’’

5’-4’’

6’-10’’

7’-3’’

RFPI 40

13.25

1’-2’’

2’-2’’

3’-3’’

4’-4’’

5’-9’’

6’-3’’

RFPI 50

13.42

1’-6’’

2’-9’’

4’-1’’

5’-6’’

7’-0’’

7’-5’’

RFPI 70

14.75

2’-4’’

3’-8’’

5’-0’’

6’-6’’

8’-0’’

8’-5’’

RFPI 20

11.08

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-9’’

1’-11’’

2’-5’’

3’-10’’

5’-11’’

RFPI 400

14.75

0’-7’’

0’-9’’

2’-0’’

3’-4’’

4’-8’’

5’-0’’

6’-2’’

7’-11’’

9’-1’’

RFPI 40

15.17

0’-7’’

0’-10’’

1’-10’’

2’-11’’

4’-0’’

4’-4’’

5’-2’’

6’-8’’

7’-11’’

RFPI 50

13.42

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

1’-0’’

2’-7’’

4’-2’’

4’-7’’

5’-10’’

7’-8’’

9’-0’’

RFPI 70

15.33

0’-7’’

1’-3’’

2’-9’’

4’-4’’

6’-0’’

6’-5’’

7’-9’’

9’-7’’

10’-9’’

RFPI 90

20.42

0’-9’’

2’-1’’

3’-6’’

5’-0’’

6’-6’’

6’-11’’

8’-1’’

9’-10’’

10’-11’’

RFPI 20

13.75

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-9’’

0’-10’’

1’-3’’

2’-5’’

4’-1’’

5’-2’’

5’-10’’

7’-8’’

9’-5’’

RFPI 400

14.75

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-9’’

1’-11’’

2’-4’’

3’-7’’

5’-3’’

6’-4’’

7’-0’’

9’-0’’

10’-10’’

RFPI 40

16.42

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

1’-4’’

2’-5’’

2’-8’’

3’-6’’

4’-7’’

5’-5’’

6’-0’’

7’-7’’

9’-4’’

RFPI 50

13.42

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-9’’

0’-9’’

1’-1’’

2’-7’’

4’-8’’

6’-1’’

6’-11’’

9’-4’’

11’-3’’

RFPI 70

15.33

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-11’’

2’-6’’

2’-11’’

4’-2’’

6’-0’’

7’-5’’

8’-3’’

10’-8’’

12’-7’’

RFPI 90

22.17

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

1’-5’’

2’-11’’

4’-8’’

5’-1’’

6’-4’’

8’-2’’

9’-4’’

10’-0’’

12’-0’’

13’-7’’

RFPI 400

14.75

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-9’’

0’-9’’

0’-10’’

0’-10’’

1’-11’’

3’-1’’

3’-10’’

5’-11’’

RFPI 40

16.42

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-9’’

0’-9’’

0’-10’’

1’-5’’

2’-9’’

3’-7’’

4’-1’’

5’-6’’

RFPI 50

13.42

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-9’’

0’-9’’

0’-10’’

0’-10’’

0’-10’’

2’-0’’

2’-9’’

4’-11’’

RFPI 70

15.33

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-9’’

0’-9’’

0’-10’’

1’-1’’

3’-2’’

4’-6’’

5’-4’’

RFPI 90

22.17

0’-7’’

0’-8’’

0’-8’’

0’-10’’

2’-5’’

2’-10’’

4’-0’’

5’-9’’

6’-11’’

7’-9’’

6

6-1/4

7

8

8-5/8

9

10

10-3/4

11

12

12-3/4

7’-6’’

8’-0’’

10’-4’’

12’-3’’

6’-7’’

7’-0’’

8’-9’’

10’-9’’

6’-8’’

7’-2’’

9’-7’’

11’-11’’

7’-7’’

9’-4’’

9’-11’’

12’-5’’

14’-5’’

9’-10’’

11’-5’’

12’-0’’

14’-3’’

16’-1’’

Minimum Distance from Inside Face of Nearest Support to Center of Hole (ft-in.)

Notes: 1. Distances in this hole chart are conservatively based on uniformly loaded joists and the maximum allowed single or multi-span applications with 40 live/10 dead or 40 live/20 dead at on-center spacings of 12”, 16”, 19.2” or 24”. Holes that fall outside of these hole chart guidelines may still be acceptable based on actual span and loading conditions. The most accurate method of determining the acceptability of a given hole is the use of appropriate software (e.g. RFP-KeyBeam® by Keymark Enterprises,LLC) or engineering analysis for the actual condition. 2. Hole location distance is measured from inside face of nearest support to center of hole. 3. SAF = Span Adjustment Factor for optional hole calculation, used as defined on this page.

7’-4’’

Optional Hole Calculation: The Hole Chart is based on the I-joists being used at their maximum span. If the I‑joists are placed at less than their full allowable span the maximum distance from the centerline of the hole to the face of any support (D) as given above may be reduced as follows: D = reduced

Lactual ______ x D SAF

WEB HOLE SPECIFICATIONS

9-1/2”

Round Hole Diameter (in.)

Joist Designation

Where: Dreduced = Distance from the inside face of any support to center of hole, reduced for less-than-maximum span applications (ft). L actual = The actual measured span distance between the inside faces of supports (ft) (for multi-span joist, use the longest span for Lactual ). SAF

= Span Adjustment Factor given in chart.

D

= The maximum distance from the inside face of any support to center of hole from Hole Chart above.

L actual If ______ is greater than 1.0, use 1.0 in the above calculation. SAF

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Holes For Rectangular Duct Chases Duct Chase A duct chase is a large rectangular hole that is often required within the web of an I-joist to provide passage for ventilation ducts. While rectangular holes can be cut in the webs of I-joists using the Rules For Cutting Holes in RFPI-Joists discussed on page 12, the size of rectangular holes generated by this method is often insufficient for this use. The tables below have been generated specifically for duct chase applications. Simple span - MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM FACE OF Nearest JOIST SUPPORT TO CENTER OF duct chase (1) (2) (3) I-Joist Depth

9-1/2”

11-7/8”

HOLES FOR RECTANGULAR DUCT CHASES

14”

16“

RFPI-20 RFPI-400 RFPI-40 RFPI-50 RFPI-70 RFPI-20 RFPI-400 RFPI-40 RFPI-50 RFPI-70 RFPI-90 RFPI-20 RFPI-400 RFPI-40 RFPI-50 RFPI-70 RFPI-90 RFPI-400 RFPI-40 RFPI-50 RFPI-70 RFPI-90

SAF

(4)

8

16.58 18.00 18.00 17.83 19.25 19.83 21.42 21.42 21.33 23.00 25.67 23.33 24.33 24.33 24.33 26.08 29.08 27.00 26.92 27.00 29.00 32.17

6’-0” 6’-3” 4’-11” 6’-3” 6’-2” 7’-6” 7’-11” 6’-3” 7’-11” 7’-11” 8’-2” 9’-6” 9’-5” 7’-6” 9’-6” 9’-5” 9’-11” 10’-10” 8’-8” 10’-11” 10’-10” 11’-5”

Minimum Distance from Inside Face of Nearest Support to Center of Duct Chase (feet) Duct Chase Length (inches) 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 6’-3” 6’-7” 5’-4” 6’-7” 6’-6” 7’-10” 8’-4” 6’-9” 8’-3” 8’-4” 8’-7” 9’-11” 9’-11” 8’-0” 9’-10” 9’-10” 10’-3” 11’-4” 9’-3” 11’-5” 11’-4” 11’-10”

6’-7” 6’-11” 5’-9” 6’-11” 6’-10” 8’-3” 8’-9” 7’-3” 8’-8” 8’-8” 8’-11” 10’-5” 10’-4” 8’-7” 10’-4” 10’-3” 10’-7” 12’-0” 9’-10” 12’-0” 11’-10” 12’-3”

6’-11” 7’-4” 6’-3” 7’-3” 7’-2” 8’-9” 9’-2” 7’-9” 9’-2” 9’-0” 9’-3” 10’-11” 10’-11” 9’-2” 10’-11” 10’-9” 11’-0” 12’-7” 10’-5” 12’-7” 12’-4” 12’-8”

7’-4” 7’-9” 6’-8” 7’-8” 7’-6” 9’-3” 9’-9” 8’-4” 9’-8” 9’-6” 9’-8” 11’-4” 11’-6” 9’-9” 11’-6” 11’-2” 11’-5” 13’-2” 11’-0” 13’-2” 12’-11” 13’-2”

7’-8” 8’-3” 7’-2” 8’-2” 7’-11” 9’-8” 10’-4” 8’-11” 10’-3” 9’-11” 10’-1” 12’-1” 10’-4” 12’-1” 11’-9” 11’-11” 11’-8” 13’-7” 13’-9”

8’-2” 8’-10” 7’-7” 8’-9” 8’-4” 9’-6” 10’-6” 10’-7” 10’-11” 12’-5” 12’-6” 12’-5” 14’-2” 14’-4”

8’-1” 8’-10” 10’-2” 11’-1” 11’-1” 11’-7” 13’-0” 13’-1” 13’-3” 15’-0”

24 8’-8” 9’-5” 11’-8” 13’-9” 15’-8”

Multiple span - MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM FACE OF nearest JOIST SUPPORT TO CENTER OF duct chase (1) (2) (3) I-Joist Depth

9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16“

Joist Designation RFPI-20 RFPI-400 RFPI-40 RFPI-50 RFPI-70 RFPI-20 RFPI-400 RFPI-40 RFPI-50 RFPI-70 RFPI-90 RFPI-20 RFPI-400 RFPI-40 RFPI-50 RFPI-70 RFPI-90 RFPI-400 RFPI-40 RFPI-50 RFPI-70 RFPI-90

SAF

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18.08 19.58 19.58 19.42 21.00 21.67 23.33 23.42 23.25 25.08 27.92 25.42 26.58 25.92 26.50 28.42 31.67 29.50 27.92 29.50 31.58 35.08

8 8’-11” 9’-4” 7’-5” 9’-4” 9’-4” 9’-4” 12’-0” 12’-7” 11’-2” 15’-1” 12’-9” 17’-5”

Minimum Distance from Inside Face of Nearest Support to Center of Duct Chase (feet) Duct Chase Length (inches) 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 9’-10” 7’-11” 9’-9” 9’-9” 10’-0” 12’-5” 13’-0” 11’-11” 15’-7” 13’-5” -

Chart Notes: 1. 2. 3.

4.

Top chart is applicable to uniformly loaded Simple Span conditions only. Bottom chart is applicable to uniformly loaded Multiple Span conditions only. Duct chase location distance is measured from inside face of nearest support to center of duct chase. Distances in these hole charts are generated using the most restrictive condition of uniformly loaded joists at their maximum allowed Simple Span (top chart) or Multiple Span (bottom chart) for on-center spacings of 12”, 16”, 19.2” or 24” with loadings of 40 psf live load + 10 psf dead load or 40 psf live load + 20 psf dead load. Hole conditions that fall outside of the hole chart parameters may still be acceptable based on actual span, spacing, and loading conditions. The most accurate method of determining the acceptability of a given hole is the use of appropriate software (e.g. RFP-KeyBeam® by Keymark Enterprises, LLC) or engineering analysis for the actual condition. SAF = Span adjustment factor for Optional Duct Chase Calculation, used as defined on this page.

Rules for cutting duct chases in RFPI-Joists: 1. 2. 3.

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Joist Designation

The maximum length of duct chase shall be as shown in the tables above. I-joist top and bottom flanges must NEVER be cut, notched or otherwise modified. The maximum depth of the duct chases shall equal the clear distance between the flanges of the I-joist minus 1/4”. A minimum of 1/8” should always be maintained between the top or the bottom of the chase and the adjacent I-joist flange.

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8’-6” 10’-2” 10’-8” 13’-6” 12’-8” -

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9’-1” -

4.

5. 6.

When a duct chase is being placed within the web of an I-joist in conjunction with additional holes, the edge of the holes shall not be placed any closer to the edge of the duct than two times the length of the duct. All holes must be sized in accordance with the chart on page 13. A knockout is not considered a hole and may be utilized wherever it occurs and may be ignored for purposes of calculating minimum distances between holes and duct chases. All Duct Chases shall be cut in a workman-like manner in accordance with the restrictions listed above.

Optional Duct Chase Calculation: This table is based on I-joists being used at their maximum span. If the I-joists are placed at less than their full allowable span, the maximum distance from the centerline of the hole to the face of any support, as given above may be reduced as follows: Dreduced = (Lactual/SAF) x D where: Dreduced = Distance from the inside face of any support to center of hole, reduced for less than maximum span applications (ft) Lactual = The actual measured span distance between the inside faces of supports (ft) SAF = Span Adjustment Factor given above D = The maximum distance from the inside face of any support to center of duct chase given above If Lactual/SAF is greater than 1.0, use 1.0 in the above calculation.


RFPI®-JOIST SUBSTITUTION GUIDE FOR SOLID-SAWN LUMBER(1)

2x10 No. 2 Solid-Sawn

Spruce-Pine-Fir Spruce-Pine-Fir (South) Hem-Fir Douglas Fir-Larch Southern Pine

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

15’-5” 14’-6” 15’-2” 15’-7” 16’-1”

RFPI 400/40 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400/40

RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 70 RFPI 70

RFPI 70 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 70 -

RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20

RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 400/40

RFPI 400/50 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400/50 RFPI 400/50 RFPI 70

Simple Span

Multiple Span

11-7/8” RFPI Joist

11-7/8” RFPI Joist

Live Load Deflection = L/480

Live Load Deflection = L/360

Spruce-Pine-Fir Spruce-Pine-Fir (South) Hem-Fir Douglas Fir-Larch Southern Pine

Live Load Deflection = L/480

Maximum Simple Span @16” o.c.(2)

2x12 No. 2 Solid-Sawn Species

Multiple Span

9-1/2” RFPI Joist

Live Load Deflection = L/480

Live Load Deflection = L/360

Species

Simple Span

9-1/2” RFPI Joist

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2x10 & 2x12 Comparison

Live Load Deflection = L/480

Maximum Simple Span @16” o.c.(2)

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

17’-10” 16’-10” 17’-7” 18’-1” 18’-10”

RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 400/40

RFPI 400/40 RFPI 20 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 70

RFPI 70 RFPI 400 RFPI 70 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20 RFPI 20

RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400/40 RFPI 400

RFPI 70 RFPI 400 RFPI 400 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

Floor System Performance It is always a good idea to consider the performance (i.e., vibration, bounce etc.) of any floor system. Currently, there are no true industry standard guidelines to use for I-joists but there are several practical aids that have shown to be useful. Some are design aids, some are installation aids and some are retrofit aids. They are offered as tools to help you minimize floor performance complaints but can not be guaranteed to eliminate all floor performance problems. Begin by using the concepts of fundamental natural frequency and damping when designing floor systems. The fundamental natural frequency (FNF) is a measure of how the floor vibrates when you walk on it and is measured in cycles per second (called a Hertz or Hz). Damping is a measure of how quickly a floor stops vibrating and is expressed as a percent between 1% and 100% (most residential floors have a damping range between 5% – 25% damping). Our bodies are extremely sensitive to vibrations below 9 Hz so the ideal floor would have a high FNF with high damping. Most problem floors have a combination of a low FNF (below 9 Hz) and a low damping (around 5%). The following list will help you determine the effect of different parameters on floor performance. It is the combination and interaction of these parameters that determines how the floor “feels”. Design Parameters Effect on FNF Effect on Damping • Longer Spans significantly lowers little or no effect • Higher “L over” deflection limit (L/480 vs. L/360) significantly increases little or no effect • Using an absolute upper limit on live load deflection significantly increases little or no effect (Usually between 1/3” to 1/2” max) • Using deeper I-joists increases little or no effect • Reduced on-center spacing increases little or no effect • Adding perpendicular partition walls significantly increases little or no effect • Increasing overall weight of floor significantly lowers significantly increases Installation Parameters • Unlevel bearings (walls, beams & hangers) • Direct applied sheet-rock ceiling • Thicker sub-floor • Screw & Glued sub-floor

significantly lowers significantly increases increases

significantly lowers significantly increases increases

increases

increases

• T&G sub-floor

increases

increases

Retrofit Parameters • I-joist mid span blocking (one row) • 2x4 flat on I-joist bottom (perpendicular)

little or no effect

increases

little or no effect

increases

• 2x4 strong back on I-joist bottom (perpendicular) (vertical 2x4 nailed to side of flat 2x4)

increases

significantly increases

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2x10 & 2x12 COMPARISION

(1) Comparison chart based on uniform loads (Live load = 40 psf, Dead load = 10 psf). (2) Spans taken from 2002 Western Lumber Use Manual, Southern Pine Use Guide, or 2003 IRC.

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Floor Framing & Construction Details

Some framing requirements such as erection bracing and blocking panels have been omitted for clarity.

See details on pages 20 & 21 Holes may be cut in web for plumbing, wiring and duct work. See charts on pages 13 & 14. NOTE: Never cut or notch flanges.

FLOOR FRAMING & CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

RigidLam® LVL headers

See details on pages 20 & 21

Use correct hanger for product and load. See pages 58 - 61. Note: See page 7 for additional installation recommendations. NOTE: Roseburg does not require mid-span blocking or bridging in RFPI floor or roof applications Typical RFPI-Joist Floor Framing and Construction Details All nails shown in the details below are assumed to be common nails unless otherwise noted. 10d box nails may be substituted for 8d common shown in details. If nails must be installed into the sides of LVL flanges, spacing shall not be closer than 3 inches o.c. for 8d common nails, and 4 inches o.c. for 10d common nails. Individual components not shown to scale for clarity.

1a BLOCKING PANELS RFPI® blocking panel vertical load transfer = 2000 plf maximum -or- RigidRim Rimboard (see Page 32 for design properties)

8d nails @ 6” o.c. (when used for lateral shear transfer, nail to bearing plate with same nailing as required for decking)

Attach I-joist to top plate per 1b

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1b RigidRim® RIMBOARD RigidRim® Rimboard (see page 32 for design properties) One 8d nail at top and bottom flange

Attach RigidRim® Rimboard to top plate using 8d box toenails @ 6” o.c.

1c RFPI® RIM JOIST RFPI® Rim Joist vertical load transfer = 2000 plf maximum Note: See page 7 for additional installation recommendations.

Attach rim joist to floor joist with one nail at top and bottom. Nail must provide 1 inch minimum penetration into floor joist. For flanges 2” and wider toenails may be used.

Attach I-joist per 1b

Minimum 1C\v” bearing required (2x6 bearing plate required for rim joists with flange widths greater than 1C\v”)

Attach rim joist to top plate per 1a

Blocking Panels Blocking panels prevent floor joists from overturning and help transfer loads through the floor system into the structure below. Due to differences in depth and possible shrinkage, common framing lumber set on edge is unacceptable as blocking. I‑joist blocking panels must be cut to the proper length to fit between the I‑joists, and their depth must match the depth of the I‑joists. Blocking panels may be used: 1.

To stabilize I‑joists laterally at supports, as shown in Figures 1a and 1g. Lateral support is required during installation and is necessary to obtain design carrying capacity.

2.

To transmit vertical loads up to 2,000 plf per blocking panel in accordance with Figures 1a, 1c, 1f, and 1g.

3.

For closures such as that shown in Figures 1a and 1e.

4.

To transmit lateral forces to shear walls. Shear transfer nailing into the flanges must be specified by the building designer.

5.

To provide lateral stability to walls.

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One 8d nail each side of the RFPI-Joist at bearing. To avoid splitting flange, start nails at least 1Z\x” from end of I-joist. Nails may be driven at an angle to avoid splitting of bearing plate.

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1e bearing BLOCK DETAIL

1d SQUASH BLOCK DETAIL RFPI or RigidRim Rimboard blocking panel per Detail 1a ®

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Cut lumber squash blocks Z\zn” longer than I-Joist depth

Solid Block all posts from above to bearing below. Install bearing blocks per Detail 1d. Match bearing area of blocks below to post above.

Squash block

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Provide lateral bracing per Detail 1a, 1b, or 1c

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1g RFPI BLOCKING PANELS WITH BEARING WALL ABOVE

1f RIM JOIST AT PARALLEL WALL

Load bearing wall above shall align vertically with the wall below. Other conditions such as offset walls are not covered by this detail.

Use single I-joist for loads up to 2000 plf, double I-joists for loads up to 4000 plf (filler block not required)

Blocking required over all interior supports under load-bearing walls or when floor joists are not continuous over supports.

Joist attachment per detail 1b

Wall sheathing as required

8d nails at 6” o.c.

Provide backer for siding attachment unless nailable sheathing is used.

RFPI® blocking panel vertical load transfer = 2000 plf maximum. -or- RigidRim Rimboard (see Page 32 for design properties)

RigidRim® Rimboard may be used in lieu of I-joists. Backer is not required when RigidRim® Rimboard is used.

1h BACKER BLOCK DETAILS Backer block (use if hanger load exceeds 250 lbs.) Before installing a backer block to a double I-joist, drive 3 additional 10d nails through the webs and filler block where the backer block will fit and clinch. Install backer tight to top flange. Use twelve 10d nails, clinched when possible. Maximum capacity for hanger for this detail = 1280 lb.

Top-or face-mounted** hanger

Note: Unless hanger sides laterally support the top flange, bearing stiffeners shall be used. (See Figure B on page 23.)

BACKER BLOCKS (Blocks must be long enough to permit required nailing without splitting) Flange Width

Material Thickness Required*

Minimum Depth*

1-3/4”

23/32”

5-1/2”

2-1/16”

7/8”

5-1/2”

2-5/16”

1”

5-1/2”

3-1/2”

1-1/2”

7-1/4”

* Minimum grade for backer block material shall be Utility grade SPF (south) or better for solid sawn lumber and Rated Sheathing grade for wood structural panels. Glue 2-ply backer blocks together with construction grade adhesive (ASTM D-3498) ** For face-mount hangers use net joist depth minus 3Z\v” for joists with 1Z\x” thick flanges, or minus 3” for joists with 1₃\₈” thick flanges.

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Double I-joist header

Filler block per Figure A on page 21 Backer block required (both sides for face-mounted hangers) For hanger capacity see hanger manufacturer’s recommendations. Verify double I-joist capacity to support concentrated loads. Note: See page 7 for additional installation recommendations.


1k HANGER TO 2X PLATE DETAIL

RigidLam LVL Beam

2x plate flush with inside face of wall or beam

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See page 36 for nailing schedules for multiple ply LVL beams.

Top- or face-mounted hanger installed per hanger manufacturer’s recommendations

Top-mounted hanger installed per hanger manufacturer’s recommendations Note: Unless hanger sides laterally support the top flange, web stiffeners shall be used. (See Figure B on page 23)

Note: Unless hanger sides laterally support the top flange, web stiffeners shall be used. (See Figure B on page 23)

Multiple I-joist header with full depth filler block shown. RigidLam® LVL headers may also be used. Verify double I-joist capacity to support concentrated loads.

Do not bevelcut joist beyond inside face of wall Attach I-joist per 1b

Note: Blocking required at bearing for lateral support, not shown for clarity.

Filler block per Figure A on page 21 Backer block attach per 1h. Nail with twelve 10d nails, clinch when possible.

Top or Face- mounted hanger. Note: Unless face-mounted hanger sides laterally support the top flange, web stiffeners shall be used (See Figure B on page 23)

HEADER DETAIL Backer block required for face-mount hangers (both sides of I-joist) & when top mount hanger load exceeds 250 lbs.

1p

Install backer block tight to the top flange. Header joist

Attach backer block to web with 16 - 10d common nails, clinched. See chart for maximum capacity for this detail. Backer block must be long enough to permit required nailing without splitting (min. length of 12” recommended) See charts for backer block thickness & depth. general notes: For hanger capacity see hanger manufacture recommendations. Verify I-joist capacity to support concentrated load from “header joist” in addition to all other loads. If a double I-joist is required to support “header joist” load, refer to Page 21 for double I-joist connection guidelines. I-Joist Flange Width

Backer block Material Thickness Required(a)(b)

Max. load capacity using 16-10d com. nails

1-3/4”

23/32”

975 lbs

2-1/16”

7/8”

1135 lbs

2-5/16”

1”

1250 lbs

3-1/2”

1-1/2”

1250 lbs

(a) Minimum grade for backer material shall be Utility grade SPF or better for solid sawn lumber and Rated Sheathing grade for wood structural panels. (b) Glue 2-ply backer blocks together with construction grade adhesive (ASTM D-3498)

Backer block tight to top flange (gap at bottom)

Backer Block Depth Joist Depth

9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

Top Mount Hangers - Min. Backer Block Depth

5-1/2”

5-1/2”

7-1/4”

7-1/4”

Face Mount Hangers Req’d Backer Block Depth

6-1/4”

8-5/8”

10-3/4”

12-3/4”

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1n BEVEL CUTS ON I-JOIST

1m STRINGER TO JOIST DETAIL Maximum support capacity = 1280 lb. Install hanger or framing anchors (both sides of stringer) per hanger manufacturer’s recommendations

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1i HANGER TO LVL BEAM DETAIL

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Cantilever Details

Please refer to note 6 on page 7.

RFPI®-Joist Interior Cantilever Detail Cantilever extension supporting uniform floor loads only

Lumber Cantilever Detail for Balconies Attach I-joists to plate at all supports per Detail 1b

RFPI®-Joist or RigidRim® Rimboard

Attach I-joists to plate at all supports per Detail 1b

Full depth backer block with Z\,” gap between block and top flange of I-joist. See Detail 1h. Nail with 2 rows of 10d nails @ 6” o.c. and clinch. 2x8 min. Nail to backer block and joist with 2 rows of 10d nails @ 6” o.c. and clinch. (Cantilever nails may be used to attach backer block if length of nail is sufficient to allow clinching.) Cantilever extension supporting uniform floor loads only

1.5 x L

4’ minimum

L/4

4’ maximum, where L is joist span

RigidRim® Rimboard, or wood structural panel

Lumber or wood structural panel closure

L

4’ maximum, where L is length of cantilever

3Z\x” min. bearing required RFPI®-Joist or RigidRim® Rimboard

CANTILEVER DETAILS

3Z\x” min. bearing required

Cantilever Detail for Vertical Building Offset Method 1

Method 2

SHEATHING REINFORCEMENT ONE SIDE

SHEATHING REINFORCEMENT Two SIDEs RFPI -Joist blocking panel or RigidRim® Rimboard blocking, attach per Detail 1g ®

RigidRim® Rimboard or wood structural panel closure (XC\cx” minimum thickness), attach per Detail 1b 6”

8d nails

3Z\x” minimum bearing required

Attach I-joists to plate per Detail 1b St re ng th

2’– 0” maximum

Use same installation as Method 1 but reinforce both sides of I-joist with sheathing or RigidRim Rimboard St re ng th

Ax is

Ax is

2’– 0” minimum

Use nailing pattern shown for Method 1 with opposite face nailing offset by 3”  PA RATED SHEATHING 48/24 (minimum thickness A XC\cx”), or RigidRim Rimboard, required on sides of I-joist. Depth shall match the full height of the I-joist. Nail with 8d nails at 6” o.c., top and bottom flange. Install with face grain horizontal. Attach I-joist to plate at all supports per Detail 1b.

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Alternative Method 2 Double RFPI®-Joist

RigidRim® Rimboard or wood structural panel closure (XC\cx” minimum thickness), attach per Detail 1b

RFPI®-Joist blocking panel or RigidRim® Rimboard blocking, attach per Detail 1g Block I-joists together with filler blocks for the full length of the reinforcement, sized and attached in accordance with Figure A below. For I-joist flange widths greater than 3 inches place an additional row of 10d nails along the centerline of the reinforcing panel from each side. Clinch when possible.

2’– 0” maximum

Attach I-joists to plate at all supports per Detail 1b. 3Z\x” min. bearing required

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CANTILEVER DETAIL FOR VERTICAL BUILDING OFFSET

4’– 0” minimum

Figure a

Filler blocking per Table A 12”

Z\,” gap between top flange and filler block

Offset nails from opposite face by 6”

Table A Filler Block Requirements for Double RFPI‑Joist Construction Flange Width

Notes: 1. Support back of I-joist web during nailing to prevent damage to web/ flange connection. 2. Leave a Z\,” gap between top of filler block and bottom of top I-joist flange. 3. Filler block is required between joists for full length of span. 4. Nail joists together with two rows of 10d nails at 12” o.c. (clinched when possible) on each side of the double I‑joist. Total of 4 nails per foot required. If nails can be clinched, only 2 nails per foot are required.

1-3/4”

2-1/16”

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

Joist Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Joist Designation 20, 50 20, 50 20, 50 20, 50 400 400 400 400 40,70 40,70 40,70 40,70 90 90 90

Filler Block Size 1-3/8” x 6” 1-3/8” x 8” 1-3/8” x 10” 1-3/8” x 12” 1-3/4” x 6” 1-3/4” x 8” 1-3/4” x 10” 1-3/4” x 12” 2” x 6” 2” x 8” 2” x 10” 2” x 12” 3” x 8” 3” x 10” 3” x 12”

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DOUBLE RFPI®-JOIST CONSTRUCTION

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RFPI®-Joist Cantilever Reinforcement Roof trusses

13’– 0” maximum Hip trusses

Girder Truss

Roof truss span

Roof truss span Floor spans in accordance with RFPI-Joist specifications

2’– 0” maximum

See table below for RFPI-Joist reinforcement requirements at cantilever.

2’– 0” maximum

For hip roofs with the hip trusses running parallel to the cantilevered floor joists, the I-joist reinforcement requirements for a span of 26’ may be used.

RFPI Cantilever Reinforcement Methods allowed ROOF LOADINGS Joist Depth (in)

CANTILEVER REINFORCEMENT

9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

26 28 30 32 34 36 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42

TL = 45 psf LL not to exceed 30 psf

Joist Spacing (in)

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Joist Spacing (in)

Joist Spacing (in)

12

16

19.2

24

12

16

19.2

24

12

16

19.2

24

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N N N N N N N N N N N 1 1 N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N N N N N 1 1 1 N N N N N 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

N N 1 1 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 1 N N N N N 1 1 1 N N N N N N 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 X X X 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2

N N N N N N N N N N N N 1 N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N N 1 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2 X X 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

X X X X X 2 2 2 2 2 X X X 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 X

Cantilever Reinforcement Legend: N = No reinforcement required. 1 = RFPI®-Joists reinforced with XC\cx” Wood Structural panel or RigidRim® Rimboard on one side only. (see Method 1 on Page 20) 2 = RFPI®-Joists reinforced with XC\cx” Wood Structural panel or RigidRim® Rimboard on both sides or double I-joist. (see Method 2 on Page 20 or alternate Method 2 on Page 21) X = Try a deeper joist or closer spacing.

Note: For more information see pages 20 & 21

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TL = 35 psf LL not to exceed 20 psf

Roof Truss Span (Ft)

Notes: Maximum load shall be: Total roof load as shown in chart (includes 15 • psf roof dead load), 50 psf floor total load, and 80 plf wall load. Wall load is based on 3’– 0” maximum width window or door opening. For larger openings, or multiple 3’– 0” width openings spaced less than 6’– 0” o.c., additional joists beneath the opening’s cripple studs may be required. •

Table applies to joists 12” to 24” o.c. Use 12” o.c. requirements for o.c. spacings less than 12”.

For conditions other than those shown, software with the appropriate design properties, such as RFP-KeyBeam® or RFP-KeyPlan® software, can be used to analyze specific applications and loading.


A web stiffener is a block of plywood, OSB, or even a 2x4 that is added to stiffen the I‑joist’s web, increase the bearing surface between the web and the flange, and provide additional support for a hanger or other connector. Web stiffeners are common with certain types of joist hanger installations, particularly in roof systems. They are typically placed at the end of the I‑joist, between the flanges and against both sides of the web. When used at end bearings, web stiffeners should be installed tight against the bottom flange of the I‑joist, but with a minimum 1/8” gap between the top of the stiffener and the bottom of the top flange. When designed in accordance with the load/span conditions set forth in the tables in this guide, RFPI-Joists do not require web stiffeners, with the following exceptions: •

When sides of the hangers do not laterally brace the top flange of each I‑joist.

For all engineered applications with design end reactions greater than 1550 lbs (1885 lbs for RFPI-90).

Birds mouth cuts for roof joists.

When I-joists are designed to support concentrated loads greater than 1000 lbs applied to the I‑joist’s top flange between supports. In these applications only, the gap between the web stiffener and the flange shall be at the bottom flange. (See Figure B below.)

RFPI®-Joist

Web Stiffener Requirements

Web stiffeners may be cut in the field as required for the application. figure B

Flange width 1C\v” or less

Flange width greater than 1C\v”

Z\₈”– Z\v” Gap

2”

2”

Clinch (4) 8d nails Clinched

2”

2”

No Gap

Z\₈”– Z\v” Gap (4) 8d nails, 10d required for RFPI 90 Series No Gap

CONCENTRATED LOAD (Load Stiffener) Tight joint No Gap

Gap

END BEARING (Bearing Stiffener) Gap

Tight joint No Gap

table b Web Stiffener Size Required RFPI®-Joist Flange Width

Web Stiffener Size Each Side of Web

1-3/4”

19/32” x 2-5/16” minimum width

2-1/16”

3/4” x 2-5/16” minimum width

2-5/16”

1” x 2-5/16” minimum width

3-1/2”

1-1/2” x 2-5/16” minimum width

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RFPI-JOIST WEB STIFFENER REQUIREMENTS

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RFPI®-Joist FIRE & SOUND RATED FLOOR SYSTEMS

Fire & Sound Rated Floor Assemblies One-Hour Fire-Rated assemblies with APA Performance Rated I-Joists Wood I-joists have been used successfully in fire-rated floor assemblies for many years. Several I-joist fire-rated assemblies (1-hour and 2hour) have been published that are applicable to I-joists that meet or exceed the required specifications provided in the fire-rated assembly description. These “generic” assemblies can be found in the American Wood Council (AWC) publication entitled “Design for Code Acceptance 3” (DCA 3). Most of these DCA 3 assemblies have been adopted by the International Building Code (IBC) and can be found in Table 720.1(3) of the 2006 IBC. Additional fire-rated systems and associated information can be found in the APA ICC-ES code report ESR-1405 and various other APA publications. The Roseburg ICC-ES I-joist code report, ESR-1251, lists the various IBC and APA fire-rated floor-ceiling assemblies for which RFPI-Joists have specific code approval. The website addresses for these publications are as follows: XC\cx” T&G APA wood structural panels(1)

Construction adhesive at supports and T&G edges(3)

Resilient steel channels spaced 16” o.c.(2)

I-Joist spaced a maximum of 24” o.c.

Z\x” Type X gypsum wallboard ceiling (2 layers)

Roseburg: AWC: APA:

• ICC ES Report ESR-1251 (www.icc-es.org/reports/pdf_files/ICC-ES/ESR-1251.pdf) • DCA 3 (www.awc.org/Publications/dca/dca3/DCA3.pdf) • ICC ES Report ESR-1405 (www.icc-es.org/reports/pdf_files/ICC-ES/ESR-1405.pdf) • Form No.W305 for I-Joists (www.apawood.org/publications) Search for publication W305 • Form No. D350 for Rimboard (www.apawood.org/publications) Search for publication D350

The fire-rated assembly shown at left is one of the more common assemblies shown in DCA 3 (WIJ-1.6) and published in the 2006 IBC (Item 28-1.1) and can be used with any of the RFPI®-Joist series and depths.

(1) Tests have shown that substitution of OSB or composite APA Rated Sturd-I-Floor for plywood panels in fire-rated single-layer assemblies will not jeopardize fire-resistance ratings. Substitution is based on equivalent panel thickness. OSB panels are listed as alternates to plywood for finish flooring in accordance with product evaluation reports for APA PRI trademarked I‑joists. (2) For improved acoustical performance, gypsum wallboard is fastened to resilient metal furring channels in some ­assemblies. (3) Construction adhesive must conform to APA Specification AFG‑01, or ASTM D3498. 2006 IBC Table 720.1(3) APA ICC-ES Report ESR-1405 Item 21-1.1 Item 23-1.1 Item 25-1.1 Item 26-1.1 Item 27-1.1 Item 28-1.1 Item 29-1.1

American Wood Council DCA3

Assembly 3 Assembly 2 Assembly 1 Assembly 4 -

Duration RFPI-Joist series that meet the assembly requirements

WIJ-1.3 WIJ-1.1 WIJ-1.2 WIJ-1.5 WIJ-1.6 WIJ-2.1

1 hr. 1 hr. 1 hr. 1 hr. 1 hr. 1 hr. 1 hr. 1 hr. 2 hr.

All RFPI series All RFPI series RFPI 90 RFPI 90 RFPI 50, 70 and 90 All RFPI series RFPI 90 All RFPI series RFPI 50, 70 and 90

Noise-Rated Floor assembly with APA Performance Rated I-Joists The noise-rated assembly shown below is one of several assemblies that can be used with I-Joists. For additional STC and IIC sound rating systems, refer to the AWC and APA publications noted above. Additional general information regarding STC and IIC sound ratings can be found in APA Form No.W460 at the following website: (http://apawood.org/ publications) Search for publication W460.

C\v” APA Rated Sheathing

Pad and carpet 1Z\x” lightweight concrete

I-Joist spaced a maximum of 24” o.c.

Resilient steel channels spaced 24” o.c. 3” glass fiber

B\,” gypsum wallboard Sound Ratings for Floors Using APA Performance Rated I-Joists Test Sponsor and Number1 G&H USDA 11 ST G&H USDA 11x ST

Floor

Deck

Gypsum Wallboard Ceiling

Vinyl Tile

1-1/2” of 100-pcf cellular concrete over 3/4” APA Rated Sheathing subfloor on I-joist at 24” o.c.

5/8” screwed to resilient metal channels

Carpet & Pad None

Insulation

STC Rating

IIC Rating

58

50

58

77

57

None

3” glass fiber None

(1) USDA Forest Service Wood Construction Research (Seattle, WA); acoustical tests by Geiger & Hamme, Inc. (Ann Arbor, MI)

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Weight (lbs./sq. ft.) 21.0 20.7


The Code Plus Program was developed by APA as a way to help builders and remodelers use the best materials and construction methods available. Because Code Plus builders and remodelers agree to use APA trademarked I-joists, laminated veneer lumber, glued laminated timbers, plywood, and OSB in their construction, the Code Plus designation is also a symbol of quality to home buyers and homeowners. When Code Plus floor criteria are met and I-Joists are used, the resulting floor system will exceed building code requirements, and provide superior performance.

APA’s Code Plus floor requirements are: 1. APA trademarked I-joists, glued laminated timber or LVL headers or beams, and plywood, COM-PLY® or OSB floor panels must be used. 2. Panel Floor allowable span must be at least 24 for I-joist spacing up to 20” o.c., and 32 for I-joists spaced 24” o.c. 3. Panels must be installed using the APA Glued Floor System guidelines. 4. Panels shall be fastened with 8d nails or other building code approved fasteners spaced per table below. Nail size and spacing may vary, depending on span and sheathing thickness. 5. A 1/8“ space at all panel end and edge joints must be left to allow for panel expansion. 6. Panels must be installed continuously over two or more spans, with the long dimension or strength axis of the panel across the I-joist.

RFPI®-Joist

The Code Plus® Floor

APA Rated sturd-i-floor™ fastener schedules for RFPI®-Joists(1) Fastening: Glued-Nailed(3)

Maximum Joist Spacing (in.)

Panel Thickness(2) (in.)

Nail Size and Type

16 20 24

23/32(5), 3/4 23/32(5), 3/4 7/8

6d ring-or screw-shank(4) 6d ring-or screw-shank(4) 8d ring-or screw-shank(4)

Maximum Spacing (in.) Supported Panel Edges Intermediate Suports 12 12 12 12 6 12 (4) 8  d common nails may be substituted if ring- or screw-shank nails are not available. (5) Recommended minimum thickness for use with I-joists.

APA – The Engineered Wood Association

Bonus Room Floor Joist Selection Guide L X (Span) (Kneewall) 20’

22’

24’

RFPI SERIES 12” o.c.

16” o.c.

19.2” o.c.

24” o.c.

4’

117/8” 40 / 400

14” 400

16” 400 / 14” 70

16” 70

5’

117/8” 40 / 400

14” 400

16” 400 / 14” 70

16” 70

6’

117/8” 40 / 400

14” 400

16” 400 / 14” 70

16” 70

4’

14” 40 / 400

16” 400 / 14” 70

16” 70

16” 90

5’

14” 40 / 400

16” 400 / 14” 70

16” 70

16” 90

6’

14” 40 / 400

16” 400 / 14” 70

16” 70

16” 70

4’

16” 40 / 400

16” 70

16” 90

CALL

5’

16” 40 / 400

16” 70

16” 90

CALL

6’

16” 40 / 400

16” 70

16” 90

16” 90

7’

16” 40 / 400

16” 70

16” 90

16” 90

Design Parameters: 1. Roof live load of 30 PSF at 115% (snow load). 2. Roof dead load of 12 PSF (asphalt shingles). 3. Roof rafter slope between 8/12 and 12/12. 4. Kneewall weight of 40 PLF. 5. Attic storage load of 20 PSF live load (outside the kneewalls). 6. Floor live load of 40 PSF (within the kneewalls).

CODE PLUS® FLOOR

(1) S  pecial conditions may impose heavy traffic and concentrated loads that require construction in excess of the minimums shown. (2) Panels in a given thickness may be manufactured in more than one allowable span. Panels with a allowable span greater than the actual joist spacing may be substituted for panels of the same thickness with an allowable span matching the actual joist spacing. (3) Use only adhesives conforming to APA Specification AFG-01 or ASTM D3498, applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. If OSB panels with sealed surfaces and edges are to be used, use only solvent-based glues; check with panel manufacturer.

30LL/12DL

KNEE WALL

20LL/10DL

40LL/10DL

20LL/10DL

RFPI-JOIST

X

L

X

7. Attic and floor dead load of 10 PSF. 8. Straight gable roof framing. No hip framing is permitted. 9. Maximum floor deflection is limited to L/480 live load and L/240 total load. 10. Spans are based on composite action with glued-nailed sheathing. 11. For all other conditions, call your local representative.

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RFPI®-Joist ROOF FRAMING & CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

Roof Framing & Construction Details

or

Note: Maximum roof slope of 12/12 for details shown herein Typical RFPI®-Joist Roof Framing and Construction Details All nails shown in the details below are assumed to be common nails unless otherwise noted. 10d box nails may be substituted for 8d common shown in details. If nails must be installed into the sides of LVL flanges, spacing shall not be closer than 3 inches o.c. for 8d common nails, and 4 inches o.c. for 10d common nails. Individual components not shown to scale for clarity.

2a RIDGE JOIST CONNECTION – 12/12 MAXIMUM SLOPE

Adjustable slope hanger (see pages 58 & 60)

Simpson LSTA21 strap* with (16) 10d x 1Z\x” nails

2b UPPER END, BEARING ON WALL RFPI®-Joist blocking panel, x-bracing, XC\cx” APA Rated Sheathing 48/24, or proper depth of rimboard as continuous closure. (Validate use of x-bracing with local building code.)

Web Stiffener may be required. See notes on page 23. Beveled web stiffener each side

Uplift connections may be required.

Ridge beam

* Strap required for members with slope greater than 3/12.

Continuous beveled wood plate or variable slope connector. For slopes greater than 4/12 connectors are required to resist lateral thrust. Uplift connections may be required.

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® 2d BIRDSMOUTH CUT – LOW END OF RFPI -JOIST ONLY

-OR- Simpson LSTA21 strap* with (16) 10d x 1Z\x” nails * Strap required for members with slope greater than 3/12.

C\v” x 2’– 0” plywood gusset (face grain horizontal) each side with (12) 8d nails clinched.

Double beveled wood plate

RFPI®-Joist blocking panel Web stiffener each side

RFPI®-Joist blocking panel or x-bracing

RigidLam® LVL support beam

Optional overhang 2’– 0” (max.)

Uplift connections may be required.

Uplift connections may be required.

BIRDSMOUTH CUT, No overhang -

2d sim. LOW END OF RFPI®-JOIST ONLY RFPI®-Joist blocking panel or x-bracing

Beveled web stiffener each side of RFPI web

Continuous beveled wood plate or variable slope connector. For slopes greater than 4/12 connectors are required to resist lateral thrust.

Filler block

Note: Blocking panel not shown for clarity

Cut must not overhang inside face of plate.

Uplift connections may be required. 2’– 0” max.

2f BIRDSMOUTH CUT – LOW END OF RFPI®-JOIST ONLY

2g ROOF OPENINGS, FACE MOUNTED HANGERS

ROOF FRAMING & CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

Birdsmouth cut RFPI®-Joist to provide full bearing for bottom flange. Cut must not overhang inside face of plate.

2e RFPI®-JOISTS ON BEVELED PLATE

RFPI®-Joist

® 2c RFPI -JOISTS ABOVE RIDGE SUPPORT BEAM

Continuous beveled wood plate or variable slope connector. For For slopes gr Double RFPI -Joist Continuous beveled wood plate or variable slope connector. slope ®

or RigidLam® LVL

Web stiffener each side

Face mount hanger RFPI®-Joist or RigidLam® LVL

2’– 0” max. Uplift connections may be required.

X-bracing or RFPI®-Joist blocking panels. Validate use of x-bracing with local code.

Adjustable slope hanger

Beveled backer block

Filler blocking (attach per Figure A on page 21)

Uplift connections may be required. RoseburgFramingSystem®

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RFPI®-Joist

2k OPTIONAL OVERHANG EXTENSIONS

2h BEVELED CUT BEARING STIFFENER Bevel cut web stiffener to match roof slope. Birds mouth permitted on low end of RFPI®-Joist only

Web stiffener each side

ROOF FRAMING & CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

Uplift connections may be required.

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4’– 0” min. Stop RFPI®-Joist 2’– 0” o.c. max. at wall line and extend top flange with 2x4. Support extension X-bracing or with 2x4 nailed to web RFPI®-Joist blocking 2’– 0” max. of joist with (2) rows panels. Validate use of 8d nails at 8” o.c. of x-bracing with clinched. Extend 2x4 local code. support at least 4’ into joist span and nail to top flange with 8d Uplift connections may be required. nails at 8” o.c.

2m OVERHANG PARALLEL TO RFPI®-JOIST L

When L exceeds joist spacing, double joist may be required

L (2’– 0” max.)

2x4 outrigger notched around top flange of RFPI®-Joist. 8d toe nail to plate and top flange

Uplift connections may be required.

Slope Length Conversion Chart Along-the-slope spans & cutting lengths for sloped roofs

RFPI-Joist Depth X

12 Depth Correction Sloped Length Cut Length [feet] = (Plan Dimension x Factor) + Depth Correction

Plan Dimension (feet)

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Joist Depth (inches)

Slope Factor

9-1/2

1 in 12

1.00

0.07

0.08

0.10

0.11

2 in 12

1.01

0.13

0.16

0.19

0.22

2.5 in 12

1.02

0.16

0.21

0.24

0.28

3 in 12

1.03

0.20

0.25

0.29

0.33

3.5 in 12

1.04

0.23

0.29

0.34

0.39

4 in 12

1.05

0.26

0.33

0.39

0.44

4.5 in 12

1.07

0.30

0.37

0.44

0.50

5 in 12

1.08

0.33

0.41

0.49

0.56

6 in 12

1.12

0.40

0.49

0.58

0.67

7 in 12

1.16

0.46

0.58

0.68

0.78

8 in 12

1.20

0.53

0.66

0.78

0.89

9 in 12

1.25

0.59

0.74

0.88

1.00

10 in 12

1.30

0.66

0.82

0.97

1.11

11 in 12

1.36

0.73

0.91

1.07

1.22

12 in 12

1.41

0.79

0.99

1.17

1.33

Slope

11-7/8

14

16

Depth Correction (feet)


125%

L/240

115%

125%

L/240

115%

335 288 253 225 203 185 169 156 145 135 127 119 113 107 101 94 85 78 71 66 60 56 -

113 94 79 68 58 50 43 -

316 272 238 212 191 174 160 147 137 128 115 102 88 75 64 56 -

343 296 259 231 208 189 174 160 149 139 124 104 88 75 64 56 -

97 84 73 64 56 50 44 39 -

330 284 249 222 200 182 167 154 143 134 125 118 111 105 95 86 78 71 64 56 50 -

359 309 271 242 218 198 182 168 156 145 136 128 121 114 103 93 83 72 64 56 50 -

82 72 64 57 52 46 42 -

330 284 249 222 200 182 167 154 143 133 125 117 111 105 100 95 90 85 78 72 66 61 57 53 -

359 309 271 241 217 198 181 167 155 145 136 128 121 114 109 103 99 93 85 78 72 66 59 53 -

70 63 57 52

330 284 249 222 200 182 166 154 143 133 125 117 111 105 99 95 90 86 82 79 76 70 65 60 56

359 309 271 241 217 198 181 167 155 145 136 128 121 114 108 103 98 94 90 86 83 76 71 66 61

79 68 58 50 43 -

317 273 239 213 192 175 160 142 122 106 93 82 73 66 59 54 -

399 344 302 269 242 220 202 187 173 150 132 117 104 93 84 76 69 63 58 -

-

367 316 277 247 222 202 185 171 159 148 139 130 115 103 93 84 77 70 64 59 54 50 -

399 343 301 268 242 220 202 186 173 161 151 141 126 113 102 92 84 76 70 64 59 55 -

-

367 315 277 246 222 202 185 171 159 148 139 130 123 117 108 98 89 81 75 68 63 58 54 50 -

399 343 301 268 242 220 201 186 173 161 151 142 134 127 118 107 97 89 81 75 69 64 59 55 -

342 294 258 230 207 188 172 159 148 138 129 121 115 108 103 98 93 89 85 82 79 76 73 70 68

372 320 281 250 225 205 188 173 161 150 141 132 125 118 112 107 102 97 93 89 86 82 79 77 74

145 127 112 99 88 78 70 63 56 51 46

492 424 372 331 298 271 249 230 213 199 186 175 166 157 149 142 135 128 113 100 89 80 71 64 58

536 461 404 360 324 295 271 250 232 217 203 191 180 171 162 154 145 128 113 100 89 80 71 64 58

112 100 90 81 73 67

492 423 371 331 298 271 248 229 213 199 186 175 165 156 149 141 135 129 123 118 114 109 104 94 85

535 461 404 360 324 295 270 250 232 216 203 191 180 170 162 154 147 140 134 129 124 116 104 94 98 85 89

125%

372 320 281 250 225 205 188 174 161 150 141 132 125 118 112 107 102 97 93 89 86 82 74 67 60 64

16” Total 115%

342 294 258 230 207 188 173 159 148 138 129 122 115 109 103 98 94 89 86 82 79 76 73 67 60

Live L/240

80 72 64 58 52 47

125%

373 321 281 250 226 205 188 174 161 151 141 133 125 119 113 107 102 91 80 71 63 56 50 -

115%

343 295 258 230 207 189 173 160 148 138 130 122 115 109 103 98 94 90 80 71 63 56 50 -

L/240

91 80 70 62 56 50 44 40 -

14” Total

125%

358 308 270 240 217 197 181 167 155 145 136 128 110 94 81 70 61 53 -

Live

115%

329 283 248 221 199 181 166 153 142 133 124 117 110 94 81 70 61 53 -

11-7/8” Live Total L/240

117 99 84 72 63 54 48 42 -

16” Total 125%

115%

325 280 245 218 197 179 164 151 141 131 123 116 109 103 98 93 89 85 81 78 75 72 69 67 65

Live

115%

L/240

299 257 225 201 181 164 151 139 129 120 113 106 100 95 90 86 82 78 75 72 69 66 64 61 59

RFPI 90 (3-1/2” wide x 1-1/2” flanges)

L/240

125%

325 280 246 219 197 179 164 152 141 131 123 116 109 103 98 93 89 85 82 78 73 65 58 63 52 57 51

115%

299 257 226 201 181 165 151 139 129 121 113 106 100 95 90 86 82 78 75 72 69 65 58 52 -

L/240

71 64 57 51 46 41 -

14” Total

125%

326 280 246 219 197 179 165 152 141 132 123 116 110 104 98 93 81 71 62 55 -

Live

115%

299 258 226 201 181 165 151 140 130 121 113 107 101 95 90 86 81 71 62 55 -

11-7/8” Live Total

L/240

95 82 71 62 55 49 43 -

9-1/2” Live Total

125%

115%

326 280 246 219 197 180 165 152 141 132 119 100 85 72 62 54 -

16” Total 115%

L/240

300 258 226 201 181 165 151 140 130 121 114 100 85 72 62 54 -

Live L/240

125%

109 91 77 65 56 48 42 -

125%

115%

14” Total

L/240

Live

125%

11-7/8” Live Total

115%

9-1/2” Live Total

367 316 277 247 222 202 186 171 159 138 121 107 96 86 77 70 63 58 53 -

RFPI 70 (2-5/16” wide x 1-1/2” flanges)

125%

RFPI 50 (1-3/4” wide x 1-1/2” flanges)

345 297 260 232 209 190 174 154 133 116 102 90 80 72 64 55 56 50 -

125%

115%

308 265 233 207 187 170 156 144 133 124 117 110 104 98 93 86 78 71 65 60 55 51 -

115%

L/240

71 63 56 50 45 -

L/240

125%

271 233 205 182 164 149 137 126 117 110 103 97 91 86 78 70 64 56 -

125%

115%

249 214 188 167 151 137 126 116 108 101 94 89 84 79 71 65 59 54 -

16” Total

115%

L/240

76 65 57 50 44 -

Live

L/240

125%

271 234 205 182 164 150 137 127 118 107 94 79 67 57 -

14” Total

125%

115%

250 215 188 168 151 137 126 116 108 98 86 76 67 57 -

Live

115%

L/240

106 87 72 61 51 44 -

11-7/8” Live Total L/240

125%

9-1/2” Live Total

115%

16” Total

L/240

Live

125%

14” Total

115%

Live

125%

11-7/8” Live Total

L/240

9-1/2” Live Total

125%

14” Total

115%

Live

RFPI 40 (2-5/16” wide x 1-3/8” flanges)

L/240

11-7/8” Live Total

L/240

Joist Clear Span (ft) Joist Clear Span (ft) 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

9-1/2” Live Total

RFPI 400 (2-1/16” wide x 1-3/8” flanges)

492 423 371 330 298 271 248 229 213 198 186 175 165 156 148 141 134 129 123 118 113 109 105 101 98

535 460 404 360 324 295 270 249 232 216 202 190 180 170 162 154 147 140 134 129 124 119 114 110 107

Notes: 1. See GENERAL NOTES on page 11. 2. Deflection under total load is limited to L/180. 3. Roofs must be sloped at least Z\v” in 12” to assure drainage. 4. Use the horizontal span dimension from the building plans to size joists for roofs that slope up to 2” in 12”. For roof slopes greater than 2” in 12”, multiply the horizontal span dimension by the appropriate Slope Factor from the table on page 28. 5. Use 115% column for snow loads and 125% for non-snow loads. Check with local code (based on location of building) for snow load requirements.

ALLOWABLE ROOF UNIFORM LOAD

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

RFPI 20 (1-3/4” wide x 1-3/8” flanges)

RFPI®-Joist

Allowable Roof Uniform Load For RFPI-Joists (PLF)

To Use PLF Chart: 1. Select the span required. 2. Compare the design total load to the appropriate Total Load column and compare the design live load to the L/240 column. 3. Select a product that meets or exceeds both the design total and live loads.

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Allowable Roof Clear Spans 115% Snow 25 Live/15 Dead

Joist Depth Joist Series 9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

ALLOWABLE ROOF CLEAR SPANS 115% SNOW

30 Live/15 Dead

Joist Depth Joist Series 9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

40 Live/15 Dead

Joist Depth Joist Series 9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

50 Live/15 Dead

Joist Depth Joist Series 9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

30

RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

RoseburgFramingSystem®

16” o.c. 19’ - 2” 21’ - 1” 21’ - 1” 20’ - 10” 22’ - 10” 23’ - 2” 25’ - 3” 24’ - 3” 25’ - 1” 27’ - 4” 30’ - 10” 26’ - 10” 28’ - 9” 26’ - 8” 28’ - 8” 31’ - 1” 35’ - 0” 31’ - 4” 28’ - 9” 31’ - 11” 34’ - 7” 38’ - 9”

16” o.c. 18’ - 5” 20’ - 3” 20’ - 1” 20’ - 0” 21’ - 11” 21’ - 11” 24’ - 3” 22’ - 11” 24’ - 1” 26’ - 3” 29’ - 8” 25’ - 4” 27’ - 7” 25’ - 2” 27’ - 6” 29’ - 10” 33’ - 8” 29’ - 6” 27’ - 1” 30’ - 6” 33’ - 2” 37’ - 3”

16” o.c. 17’ - 3” 18’ - 11” 18’ - 2” 18’ - 8” 20’ - 6” 19’ - 10” 22’ - 8” 20’ - 9” 22’ - 6” 24’ - 7” 27’ - 8” 22’ - 11” 25’ - 0” 22’ - 9” 25’ - 0” 27’ - 11” 31’ - 5” 26’ - 9” 24’ - 6” 25’ - 0” 28’ - 8” 34’ - 9”

16” o.c. 16’ - 0” 17’ - 9” 16’ - 9” 17’ - 7” 19’ - 3” 17’ - 7” 21’ - 1” 19’ - 1” 21’ - 2” 23’ - 1” 26’ - 0” 21’ - 1” 23’ - 0” 20’ - 11” 21’ - 2” 24’ - 3” 29’ - 6” 23’ - 4” 22’ - 7” 21’ - 2” 24’ - 3” 32’ - 8”

Slope of 4/12 or less 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c. 18’ - 0” 19’ - 10” 19’ - 5” 19’ - 7” 21’ - 5” 21’ - 3” 23’ - 9” 22’ - 2” 23’ - 6” 25’ - 8” 28’ - 11” 24’ - 6” 26’ - 8” 24’ - 4” 26’ - 11” 29’ - 2” 32’ - 11” 28’ - 7” 26’ - 2” 28’ - 6” 32’ - 5” 36’ - 5”

16’ - 8” 18’ - 4” 17’ - 4” 18’ - 1” 19’ - 10” 18’ - 11” 21’ - 10” 19’ - 9” 21’ - 9” 23’ - 9” 26’ - 9” 21’ - 10” 23’ - 10” 21’ - 9” 22’ - 9” 26’ - 1” 30’ - 5” 25’ - 2” 23’ - 5” 22’ - 9” 26’ - 1” 33’ - 8”

Slope of 4/12 or less 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c. 17’ - 4” 19’ - 0” 18’ - 4” 18’ - 9” 20’ - 7” 20’ - 0” 22’ - 9” 20’ - 11” 22’ - 7” 24’ - 8” 27’ - 10” 23’ - 1” 25’ - 2” 22’ - 11” 25’ - 5” 28’ - 0” 31’ - 7” 26’ - 11” 24’ - 8” 25’ - 5” 29’ - 1” 35’ - 0”

15’ - 8” 17’ - 7” 16’ - 4” 17’ - 5” 19’ - 0” 16’ - 10” 20’ - 7” 18’ - 8” 20’ - 3” 22’ - 10” 25’ - 9” 20’ - 8” 22’ - 4” 20’ - 6” 20’ - 3” 23’ - 3” 29’ - 3” 22’ - 4” 22’ - 1” 20’ - 3” 23’ - 3” 32’ - 4”

Slope of 4/12 or less 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c. 15’ - 11” 17’ - 9” 16’ - 7” 17’ - 7” 19’ - 3” 17’ - 4” 20’ - 10” 18’ - 11” 20’ - 10” 23’ - 0” 25’ - 11” 20’ - 11” 22’ - 10” 20’ - 9” 20’ - 10” 23’ - 10” 29’ - 6” 23’ - 0” 22’ - 4” 20’ - 10” 23’ - 10” 32’ - 8”

13’ - 10” 16’ - 5” 14’ - 10” 16’ - 3” 17’ - 9” 13’ - 10” 18’ - 4” 16’ - 10” 16’ - 7” 19’ - 0” 24’ - 0” 17’ - 1” 18’ - 4” 18’ - 6” 16’ - 7” 19’ - 0” 27’ - 3” 18’ - 4” 20’ - 0” 16’ - 7” 19’ - 0” 27’ - 5”

Slope of 4/12 or less 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c. 14’ 16’ 15’ 16’ 18’ 14’ 19’ 17’ 17’ 20’ 24’ 18’ 19’ 19’ 17’ 20’ 27’ 19’ 20’ 17’ 20’ 29’

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7” 8” 3” 6” 1” 8” 2” 5” 7” 2” 5” 2” 5” 1” 7” 2” 8” 5” 7” 7” 2” 1”

11’ 14’ 13’ 14’ 15’ 11’ 15’ 15’ 14’ 16’ 22’ 14’ 15’ 17’ 14’ 16’ 23’ 15’ 17’ 14’ 16’ 23’

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8” 9” 7” 0” 3” 8” 6” 6” 0” 1” 6” 6” 6” 1” 0” 1” 3” 6” 3” 0” 1” 3”

Please refer to notes on page 31.

Slopes over 4/12 up to 8/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

Slope over 8/12 up to 12/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

18’ - 1” 19’ - 10” 19’ - 10” 19’ - 7” 21’ - 6” 21’ - 9” 23’ - 9” 23’ - 7” 23’ - 7” 25’ - 9” 29’ - 1” 25’ - 10” 27’ - 1” 25’ - 11” 27’ - 0” 29’ - 3” 33’ - 0” 30’ - 1” 27’ - 11” 30’ - 1” 32’ - 6” 36’ - 6”

16’ - 9” 18’ - 5” 18’ - 5” 18’ - 2” 19’ - 11” 20’ - 2” 22’ - 0” 22’ - 0” 21’ - 10” 23’ - 10” 26’ - 11” 23’ - 11” 25’ - 1” 25’ - 0” 25’ - 0” 27’ - 1” 30’ - 7” 27’ - 11” 27’ - 0” 27’ - 10” 30’ - 2” 33’ - 10”

17’ - 0” 18’ - 8” 18’ - 8” 18’ - 5” 20’ - 2” 20’ - 6” 22’ - 4” 21’ - 7” 22’ - 2” 24’ - 2” 27’ - 3” 23’ - 10” 25’ - 5” 23’ - 8” 25’ - 4” 27’ - 6” 31’ - 0” 27’ - 10” 25’ - 6” 27’ - 1” 30’ - 7” 34’ - 4”

15’ - 8” 17’ - 3” 16’ - 11” 17’ - 1” 18’ - 8” 17’ - 11” 20’ - 8” 19’ - 3” 20’ - 6” 22’ - 5” 25’ - 3” 21’ - 4” 23’ - 3” 21’ - 2” 21’ - 7” 24’ - 9” 28’ - 8” 23’ - 10” 22’ - 9” 21’ - 7” 24’ - 9” 31’ - 9”

15’ - 8” 17’ - 3” 17’ - 3” 17’ - 1” 18’ - 8” 18’ - 11” 20’ - 8” 20’ - 8” 20’ - 6” 22’ - 5” 25’ - 3” 22’ - 6” 23’ - 7” 22’ - 10” 23’ - 6” 25’ - 6” 28’ - 9” 26’ - 2” 24’ - 7” 25’ - 2” 28’ - 4” 31’ - 9”

14’ - 7” 16’ - 0” 16’ - 0” 15’ - 10” 17’ - 4” 16’ - 8” 19’ - 2” 18’ - 7” 19’ - 0” 20’ - 9” 23’ - 5” 20’ - 7” 21’ - 10” 20’ - 5” 20’ - 1” 23’ - 0” 26’ - 7” 22’ - 2” 22’ - 0” 20’ - 1” 23’ - 0” 29’ - 5”

Slopes over 4/12 up to 8/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

Slope over 8/12 up to 12/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

17’ - 5” 19’ - 1” 19’ - 1” 18’ - 11” 20’ - 8” 21’ - 0” 22’ - 11” 22’ - 4” 22’ - 9” 24’ - 10” 28’ - 0” 24’ - 9” 26’ - 1” 24’ - 7” 26’ - 0” 28’ - 2” 31’ - 9” 28’ - 10” 26’ - 5” 29’ - 0” 31’ - 4” 35’ - 2”

16’ - 2” 17’ - 9” 17’ - 9” 17’ - 6” 19’ - 3” 19’ - 6” 21’ - 3” 21’ - 3” 21’ - 1” 23’ - 0” 26’ - 0” 23’ - 1” 24’ - 3” 23’ - 9” 24’ - 2” 26’ - 2” 29’ - 6” 26’ - 11” 25’ - 7” 26’ - 11” 29’ - 1” 32’ - 8”

16’ - 4” 17’ - 11” 17’ - 11” 17’ - 9” 19’ - 5” 19’ - 7” 21’ - 6” 20’ - 5” 21’ - 4” 23’ - 4” 26’ - 3” 22’ - 7” 24’ - 6” 22’ - 5” 24’ - 2” 26’ - 6” 29’ - 10” 26’ - 4” 24’ - 2” 24’ - 2” 27’ - 9” 33’ - 0”

15’ - 1” 16’ - 7” 16’ - 0” 16’ - 5” 18’ - 0” 16’ - 1” 19’ - 11” 18’ - 2” 19’ - 4” 21’ - 7” 24’ - 4” 19’ - 11” 21’ - 4” 20’ - 0” 19’ - 4” 22’ - 2” 27’ - 7” 21’ - 4” 21’ - 7” 19’ - 4” 22’ - 2” 30’ - 7”

15’ - 2” 16’ - 8” 16’ - 8” 16’ - 6” 18’ - 1” 18’ - 3” 20’ - 0” 19’ - 9” 19’ - 10” 21’ - 8” 24’ - 5” 21’ - 8” 22’ - 9” 21’ - 8” 22’ - 8” 24’ - 7” 27’ - 9” 25’ - 1” 23’ - 4” 22’ - 8” 26’ - 0” 30’ - 8”

14’ - 0” 15’ - 5” 15’ - 5” 15’ - 3” 16’ - 9” 15’ - 1” 18’ - 6” 17’ - 8” 18’ - 1” 20’ - 0” 22’ - 7” 18’ - 8” 20’ - 0” 19’ - 4” 18’ - 1” 20’ - 9” 25’ - 8” 20’ - 0” 20’ - 10” 18’ - 1” 20’ - 9” 28’ - 5”

Slopes over 4/12 up to 8/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

Slope over 8/12 up to 12/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

16’ - 4” 17’ - 11” 17’ - 10” 17’ - 8” 19’ - 5” 19’ - 6” 21’ - 6” 20’ - 4” 21’ - 3” 23’ - 3” 26’ - 2” 22’ - 6” 24’ - 5” 22’ - 4” 24’ - 0” 26’ - 5” 29’ - 9” 26’ - 3” 24’ - 1” 24’ - 0” 27’ - 7” 32’ - 11”

15’ - 2” 16’ - 8” 16’ - 8” 16’ - 6” 18’ - 1” 18’ - 4” 20’ - 0” 19’ - 9” 19’ - 10” 21’ - 8” 24’ - 5” 21’ - 9” 22’ - 9” 21’ - 9” 22’ - 8” 24’ - 7” 27’ - 9” 25’ - 2” 23’ - 5” 22’ - 9” 26’ - 1” 30’ - 9”

15’ - 4” 16’ - 10” 16’ - 3” 16’ - 7” 18’ - 2” 16’ - 8” 20’ - 2” 18’ - 6” 20’ - 0” 21’ - 10” 24’ - 7” 20’ - 6” 22’ - 1” 20’ - 4” 20’ - 0” 22’ - 11” 27’ - 11” 22’ - 1” 21’ - 11” 20’ - 0” 22’ - 11” 30’ - 11”

13’ - 3” 15’ - 7” 14’ - 6” 15’ - 4” 16’ - 10” 13’ - 3” 17’ - 7” 16’ - 7” 15’ - 11” 18’ - 3” 22’ - 9” 16’ - 5” 17’ - 7” 18’ - 2” 15’ - 11” 18’ - 3” 25’ - 10” 17’ - 7” 19’ - 7” 15’ - 11” 18’ - 3” 26’ - 5”

14’ - 3” 15’ - 8” 15’ - 8” 15’ - 6” 17’ - 0” 15’ - 9” 18’ - 9” 18’ - 0” 18’ - 8” 20’ - 4” 22’ - 11” 19’ - 6” 20’ - 11” 19’ - 10” 18’ - 11” 21’ - 9” 26’ - 1” 20’ - 11” 21’ - 4” 18’ - 11” 21’ - 9” 28’ - 10”

12’ 14’ 14’ 14’ 15’ 12’ 16’ 16’ 15’ 17’ 21’ 15’ 16’ 17’ 15’ 17’ 24’ 16’ 18’ 15’ 17’ 25’

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7” 6” 1” 4” 8” 7” 8” 1” 1” 4” 3” 7” 8” 8” 1” 4” 1” 8” 7” 1” 4” 0”

Slopes over 4/12 up to 8/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

Slope over 8/12 up to 12/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

15’ - 5” 16’ - 11” 16’ - 5” 16’ - 9” 18’ - 4” 17’ - 0” 20’ - 4” 18’ - 9” 20’ - 2” 22’ - 0” 24’ - 10” 20’ - 9” 22’ - 7” 20’ - 7” 20’ - 6” 23’ - 6” 28’ - 2” 22’ - 7” 22’ - 2” 20’ - 6” 23’ - 6” 31’ - 2”

14’ - 5” 15’ - 10” 15’ - 10” 15’ - 8” 17’ - 2” 16’ - 3” 19’ - 0” 18’ - 4” 18’ - 10” 20’ - 7” 23’ - 2” 20’ - 2” 21’ - 7” 20’ - 1” 19’ - 7” 22’ - 5” 26’ - 4” 21’ - 7” 21’ - 8” 19’ - 7” 22’ - 5” 29’ - 2”

14’ - 2” 15’ - 11” 15’ - 0” 15’ - 9” 17’ - 3” 14’ - 2” 18’ - 10” 17’ - 1” 17’ - 0” 19’ - 6” 23’ - 3” 17’ - 6” 18’ - 10” 18’ - 9” 17’ - 0” 19’ - 6” 26’ - 5” 18’ - 10” 20’ - 3” 17’ - 0” 19’ - 6” 28’ - 2”

11’ 14’ 13’ 13’ 14’ 11’ 15’ 15’ 13’ 15’ 21’ 14’ 15’ 16’ 13’ 15’ 22’ 15’ 16’ 13’ 15’ 22’

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3” 1” 5” 7” 7” 3” 0” 3” 7” 7” 6” 0” 0” 8” 7” 7” 6” 0” 8” 7” 7” 6”

13’ - 6” 14’ - 11” 14’ - 8” 14’ - 8” 16’ - 1” 13’ - 6” 17’ - 10” 16’ - 8” 16’ - 3” 18’ - 8” 21’ - 9” 16’ - 9” 17’ - 11” 18’ - 4” 16’ - 3” 18’ - 8” 24’ - 9” 17’ - 11” 19’ - 9” 16’ - 3” 18’ - 8” 26’ - 10”

10’ - 9” 13’ - 3” 13’ - 1” 13’ - 0” 13’ - 9” 10’ - 9” 14’ - 4” 14’ - 11” 13’ - 0” 14’ - 10” 20’ - 2” 13’ - 4” 14’ - 4” 15’ - 11” 13’ - 0” 14’ - 10” 21’ - 5” 14’ - 4” 15’ - 11” 13’ - 0” 14’ - 10” 21’ - 5”


Notes: 1. Roofs must be sloped at least Z\v” in 12” to assure drainage. 2. D  eflection under live load is limited to L/240. Deflection under total load is limited to L/180. Verify that the deflection criteria conform to local building code requirements. 3. T  able values apply to uniformly loaded simple or multiple span joists. Span is the horizontal distance from face to face of supports. Use beam sizing software to analyze multiple span joists if the length of any span is less than half the length of an adjacent span. 4. Minimum end bearing length is 1C\v”. Minimum intermediate bearing length is 3Z\x”.

Roof Joist Span

Allowable Roof Clear Spans 125% Non-Snow 20 Live/10 Dead

9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

20 Live/15 Dead

Joist Depth Joist Series 9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

20 Live/20 Dead

Joist Depth Joist Series 9-1/2”

11-7/8”

14”

16”

RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 20 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90 RFPI 400 RFPI 40 RFPI 50 RFPI 70 RFPI 90

16” o.c. 21’ - 2” 23’ - 4” 23’ - 4” 23’ - 0” 25’ - 3” 25’ - 7” 27’ - 11” 27’ - 11” 27’ - 8” 30’ - 3” 34’ - 1” 30’ - 3” 31’ - 9” 31’ - 8” 31’ - 8” 34’ - 4” 38’ - 8” 35’ - 4” 34’ - 8” 35’ - 3” 38’ - 2” 42’ - 10”

16” o.c. 20’ - 1” 22’ - 1” 22’ - 1” 21’ - 9” 23’ - 10” 24’ - 2” 26’ - 5” 26’ - 5” 26’ - 2” 28’ - 7” 32’ - 3” 28’ - 8” 30’ - 1” 29’ - 8” 30’ - 0” 32’ - 6” 36’ - 8” 33’ - 5” 32’ - 0” 33’ - 5” 36’ - 2” 40’ - 7”

16” o.c. 19’ - 2” 21’ - 0” 21’ - 0” 20’ - 9” 22’ - 9” 23’ - 1” 25’ - 2” 25’ - 2” 25’ - 0” 27’ - 4” 30’ - 9” 27’ - 4” 28’ - 8” 27’ - 8” 28’ - 7” 31’ - 0” 34’ - 11” 31’ - 11” 29’ - 10” 31’ - 10” 34’ - 6” 38’ - 8”

Slope of 4/12 or less 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c. 19’ - 11” 21’ - 11” 21’ - 11” 21’ - 7” 23’ - 8” 24’ - 0” 26’ - 3” 26’ - 3” 26’ - 0” 28’ - 5” 32’ - 0” 28’ - 5” 29’ - 10” 29’ - 4” 29’ - 9” 32’ - 3” 36’ - 4” 33’ - 2” 31’ - 7” 33’ - 2” 35’ - 10” 40’ - 3”

18’ - 5” 20’ - 3” 20’ - 3” 20’ - 0” 21’ - 11” 22’ - 3” 24’ - 3” 23’ - 10” 24’ - 1” 26’ - 3” 29’ - 8” 26’ - 4” 27’ - 8” 26’ - 3” 27’ - 6” 29’ - 10” 33’ - 8” 30’ - 9” 28’ - 3” 30’ - 8” 33’ - 2” 37’ - 3”

Slope of 4/12 or less 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c. 18’ - 10” 20’ - 9” 20’ - 9” 20’ - 6” 22’ - 5” 22’ - 9” 24’ - 10” 24’ - 8” 24’ - 7” 26’ - 10” 30’ - 4” 26’ - 11” 28’ - 3” 27’ - 1” 28’ - 2” 30’ - 6” 34’ - 5” 31’ - 5” 29’ - 2” 31’ - 5” 33’ - 11” 38’ - 1”

17’ - 5” 19’ - 2” 19’ - 2” 18’ - 11” 20’ - 9” 21’ - 1” 23’ - 0” 22’ - 0” 22’ - 9” 24’ - 11” 28’ - 0” 24’ - 4” 26’ - 2” 24’ - 2” 26’ - 1” 28’ - 3” 31’ - 10” 28’ - 5” 26’ - 1” 28’ - 3” 31’ - 5” 35’ - 3”

Slope of 4/12 or less 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c. 18’ - 0” 19’ - 9” 19’ - 9” 19’ - 6” 21’ - 4” 21’ - 8” 23’ - 8” 23’ - 0” 23’ - 6” 25’ - 8” 28’ - 11” 25’ - 5” 27’ - 0” 25’ - 3” 26’ - 10” 29’ - 1” 32’ - 10” 29’ - 8” 27’ - 3” 29’ - 11” 32’ - 4” 36’ - 4”

16’ - 8” 18’ - 3” 18’ - 0” 18’ - 1” 19’ - 9” 19’ - 9” 21’ - 11” 20’ - 7” 21’ - 9” 23’ - 9” 26’ - 9” 22’ - 9” 24’ - 10” 22’ - 7” 24’ - 7” 26’ - 11” 30’ - 4” 26’ - 6” 24’ - 4” 24’ - 7” 28’ - 2” 33’ - 7”

Slopes over 4/12 up to 8/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

Slope over 8/12 up to 12/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

20’ - 0” 22’ - 0” 22’ - 0” 21’ - 8” 23’ - 9” 24’ - 1” 26’ - 4” 26’ - 4” 26’ - 1” 28’ - 6” 32’ - 2” 28’ - 7” 30’ - 0” 29’ - 11” 29’ - 10” 32’ - 4” 36’ - 6” 33’ - 4” 33’ - 2” 33’ - 3” 36’ - 0” 40’ - 5”

18’ - 7” 20’ - 5” 20’ - 5” 20’ - 2” 22’ - 1” 22’ - 4” 24’ - 5” 24’ - 5” 24’ - 3” 26’ - 6” 29’ - 10” 26’ - 6” 27’ - 10” 27’ - 9” 27’ - 8” 30’ - 1” 33’ - 11” 30’ - 11” 30’ - 9” 30’ - 11” 33’ - 5” 37’ - 6”

18’ - 9” 20’ - 8” 20’ - 8” 20’ - 5” 22’ - 4” 22’ - 8” 24’ - 9” 24’ - 9” 24’ - 6” 26’ - 9” 30’ - 3” 26’ - 10” 28’ - 2” 28’ - 1” 28’ - 1” 30’ - 5” 34’ - 4” 31’ - 4” 30’ - 10” 31’ - 3” 33’ - 10” 38’ - 0”

17’ - 5” 19’ - 1” 19’ - 1” 18’ - 11” 20’ - 8” 21’ - 0” 22’ - 11” 22’ - 11” 22’ - 9” 24’ - 10” 28’ - 0” 24’ - 10” 26’ - 1” 25’ - 7” 26’ - 0” 28’ - 2” 31’ - 9” 29’ - 0” 27’ - 7” 29’ - 0” 31’ - 4” 35’ - 2”

17’ - 5” 19’ - 2” 19’ - 2” 18’ - 11” 20’ - 9” 21’ - 0” 22’ - 11” 22’ - 11” 22’ - 9” 24’ - 10” 28’ - 1” 24’ - 11” 26’ - 2” 26’ - 1” 26’ - 0” 28’ - 3” 31’ - 10” 29’ - 1” 28’ - 11” 29’ - 0” 31’ - 5” 35’ - 3”

16’ - 2” 17’ - 9” 17’ - 9” 17’ - 6” 19’ - 3” 19’ - 6” 21’ - 3” 21’ - 3” 21’ - 1” 23’ - 0” 26’ - 0” 23’ - 1” 24’ - 3” 24’ - 2” 24’ - 2” 26’ - 2” 29’ - 6” 26’ - 11” 26’ - 8” 26’ - 11” 29’ - 1” 32’ - 8”

Slopes over 4/12 up to 8/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

Slope over 8/12 up to 12/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

18’ - 10” 20’ - 9” 20’ - 9” 20’ - 6” 22’ - 5” 22’ - 9” 24’ - 10” 24’ - 10” 24’ - 7” 26’ - 11” 30’ - 4” 26’ - 11” 28’ - 3” 28’ - 2” 28’ - 2” 30’ - 6” 34’ - 5” 31’ - 5” 31’ - 0” 31’ - 4” 33’ - 11” 38’ - 1”

17’ - 5” 19’ - 2” 19’ - 2” 18’ - 11” 20’ - 8” 21’ - 0” 22’ - 11” 22’ - 11” 22’ - 9” 24’ - 10” 28’ - 0” 24’ - 10” 26’ - 1” 26’ - 0” 26’ - 0” 28’ - 2” 31’ - 9” 29’ - 0” 28’ - 10” 29’ - 0” 31’ - 4” 35’ - 2”

17’ - 8” 19’ - 6” 19’ - 6” 19’ - 3” 21’ - 1” 21’ - 4” 23’ - 4” 23’ - 4” 23’ - 1” 25’ - 3” 28’ - 6” 25’ - 4” 26’ - 7” 26’ - 3” 26’ - 5” 28’ - 8” 32’ - 4” 29’ - 6” 28’ - 4” 29’ - 6” 31’ - 11” 35’ - 9”

16’ - 5” 18’ - 0” 18’ - 0” 17’ - 10” 19’ - 6” 19’ - 9” 21’ - 7” 21’ - 4” 21’ - 5” 23’ - 5” 26’ - 4” 23’ - 5” 24’ - 7” 23’ - 6” 24’ - 6” 26’ - 7” 29’ - 11” 27’ - 4” 25’ - 4” 26’ - 7” 29’ - 6” 33’ - 2”

16’ - 4” 18’ - 0” 18’ - 0” 17’ - 9” 19’ - 5” 19’ - 8” 21’ - 6” 21’ - 6” 21’ - 4” 23’ - 4” 26’ - 4” 23’ - 4” 24’ - 6” 24’ - 5” 24’ - 5” 26’ - 6” 29’ - 10” 27’ - 3” 27’ - 2” 27’ - 3” 29’ - 5” 33’ - 1”

15’ - 2” 16’ - 8” 16’ - 8” 16’ - 5” 18’ - 0” 18’ - 3” 19’ - 11” 19’ - 11” 19’ - 9” 21’ - 7” 24’ - 4” 21’ - 8” 22’ - 9” 22’ - 7” 22’ - 7” 24’ - 6” 27’ - 8” 25’ - 3” 24’ - 3” 24’ - 6” 27’ - 3” 30’ - 7”

Slopes over 4/12 up to 8/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

Slope over 8/12 up to 12/12 16” o.c. 19.2” o.c. 24” o.c.

17’ - 11” 19’ - 8” 19’ - 8” 19’ - 6” 21’ - 4” 21’ - 7” 23’ - 7” 23’ - 7” 23’ - 5” 25’ - 7” 28’ - 10” 25’ - 7” 26’ - 11” 26’ - 9” 26’ - 9” 29’ - 0” 32’ - 9” 29’ - 10” 28’ - 10” 29’ - 10” 32’ - 3” 36’ - 3”

16’ - 6” 18’ - 1” 18’ - 1” 17’ - 11” 19’ - 7” 19’ - 10” 21’ - 8” 21’ - 8” 21’ - 6” 23’ - 6” 26’ - 6” 23’ - 7” 24’ - 9” 24’ - 8” 24’ - 7” 26’ - 8” 30’ - 1” 27’ - 6” 27’ - 4” 27’ - 5” 29’ - 8” 33’ - 4”

16’ - 10” 18’ - 6” 18’ - 6” 18’ - 3” 20’ - 0” 20’ - 4” 22’ - 2” 22’ - 2” 22’ - 0” 24’ - 0” 27’ - 1” 24’ - 1” 25’ - 3” 24’ - 5” 25’ - 2” 27’ - 3” 30’ - 9” 28’ - 1” 26’ - 3” 28’ - 0” 30’ - 4” 34’ - 0”

15’ - 7” 17’ - 2” 17’ - 2” 16’ - 11” 18’ - 6” 18’ - 10” 20’ - 6” 19’ - 10” 20’ - 4” 22’ - 3” 25’ - 1” 21’ - 11” 23’ - 5” 21’ - 10” 22’ - 11” 25’ - 3” 28’ - 5” 25’ - 4” 23’ - 6” 22’ - 11” 26’ - 4” 31’ - 6”

15’ - 6” 17’ - 0” 17’ - 0” 16’ - 10” 18’ - 5” 18’ - 8” 20’ - 5” 20’ - 5” 20’ - 3” 22’ - 1” 24’ - 11” 22’ - 2” 23’ - 3” 23’ - 2” 23’ - 2” 25’ - 1” 28’ - 3” 25’ - 10” 25’ - 1” 25’ - 9” 27’ - 11” 31’ - 4”

14’ - 4” 15’ - 9” 15’ - 9” 15’ - 7” 17’ - 1” 17’ - 3” 18’ - 11” 18’ - 11” 18’ - 9” 20’ - 5” 23’ - 1” 20’ - 6” 21’ - 6” 20’ - 10” 20’ - 11” 23’ - 3” 26’ - 2” 23’ - 1” 22’ - 5” 20’ - 11” 24’ - 0” 29’ - 0”

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ALLOWABLE ROOF CLEAR SPANS 125% NON-SNOW

Measured Horizontally

Joist Depth Joist Series

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RigidRim® OSB Rimboard

RigidRim® OSB Rimboard Specifications As a component of the Roseburg Framing System®, RigidRim® Rim Board allows your customers to quickly frame the perimeter of their floor system and is one of the most cost effective methods to properly transfer vertical and horizontal loads around the Ijoist and directly into the supporting walls. RigidRim Rim Board is currently supplied as solid OSB and is available in two thicknesses and three grades: 11/8” RigidRim® Rim Board 11/8” RigidRim® Rim Board Plus 11/4” RigidRim® Rim Board Seismic (Ainsworth Durastrand) RigidRim® Rim Board, Rim Board Plus and Rim Board Seismic are available in lengths up to 24-ft. They are available in all of the standard I-Joist depths.

All three products are manufactured in accordance with ICC Evaluation Service, Inc. Acceptance Criteria For Rim Board Products (AC124) and PRR-401, Performance Standard for APA EWS RimBoards. Furthermore, the 11/4” Ainsworth Durastrand® rimboard has an ICC ES Report (ESR-1053) and can also be designed for edgewise bending applications to support loads over window and door openings. For additional information regarding spanning window and door openings and cutting holes in RigidRim rimboard, refer to the APA Publications “IJoist Construction Details” (Form D710) and “APA Performance Rated Rim Board” (Form W345G). RigidRim® is dimensionally stable and resists shrinking and warping. It also provides a smooth nailing surface for the attachment of exterior sheathing, siding and ledgers. Refer to page 17 for additional framing information.

RigidRim Rimboard Design Properties

(1)(2)(4)

Panel Thickness (in.)

Vertical Load (PLF)

Horizontal Load (PLF)

Post Load (Pounds)

Lag Screw (1/2”) (Pounds)

1-1/8” 1-1/8” 1-1/4”

4400 4850 5700

180 (8d box or common) 200 (8d box or common) 240(3) (8d common)

3500 3500 5900

350 350 400

Rim Board Rim Board Plus Rim Board Seismic

(1) All design properties assume: • Maximum joist spacing of 24” on-center • Maximum joist depth of 16” • Rimboard nailing of 8d nails @ 6” on-center (2) All design values, except Horizontal Load, are based on long-term load duration (100%) and may be adjusted for other load durations in accordance with the applicable code. Horizontal Load may not be adjusted for duration of load.

(3) Horizontal load may be increased to 330 PLF when rimboard nailing of 8d com. nails @ 4” on-center is used. (4) The 16d (box or common) nails used to connect the bottom plate of a wall to the rimboard through the sheathing do not reduce the horizontal load capacity of the rimboard provided that the 8d nail spacing (sheathing to rimboard) is 6” o.c. and the 16d nail spacing (bottom plate to sheathing to rimboard) is in accordance with the prescriptive requirements of the applicable code.

RigidRim Rimboard Edgewise Design Properties

1-1/8” Rim Board & Rim Board Plus 1-1/4” Rim Board Seismic

Flexural Stress

Modulus of Elasticity

600 psi (1) 1130 psi

0.55 x 106 psi 0.80 x 106 psi

Tension Parallel to Grain (2) 680 psi

(1) Allowable edgewise bending stress is applicable only to a span of 4’ or less (2) Applicable for lengths up to 14 ft. (3) Compression Perpendicular to Grain value may not be increased for duration of load

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Horizontal Shear 270 psi 355 psi

Compression Perpendicular to Grain(3) 550 psi 1415 psi


RigidLam® LVL

RigidLam® LVL Product Line You’ve probably been building with traditional solid sawn lumber beams and headers for as long as you’ve been building. Now through advances in technology and design, there is a better choice – RigidLam LVL (Laminated Veneer Lumber) headers and beams. They are simply a better alternative than traditional solid sawn lumber pieces. Work with a stronger, stiffer, more consistent and more predictable building material. Compared with similar sized sections, our RigidLam LVL headers and beams can support heavier loads and allows greater spans than conventional lumber. Moisture Repellent Sealer

RigidLam LVL is coated with a wax-based moisture repellent sealer that is formulated specifically for LVL. It is applied to all six sides of the LVL during the manufacturing process. After the sealer dries, it is inert and clear in appearance. Storage, Handling & Installation

RigidLam LVL should be stored lying flat and protected from the weather.

Keep the material above ground to minimize the absorption of ground moisture and allow circulation of air.

RigidLam LVL is for use in covered, dry conditions only. Protect from the weather on the job site both before and after installation.

1-1/2” x 14” and deeper and 1-3/4” x 16” and deeper must be a minimum of two plies unless designed by a design professional for a specific application.

RigidLam LVL shall not be cut, notched or drilled except as shown below. Heel cuts may be possible. Contact your Roseburg Forest Products representative.

Protect RigidLam LVL from direct contact with concrete or masonry.

Ends of RigidLam LVL bearing in concrete or masonry pockets must have a minimum of 1/2” airspace on top, sides and end.

Do not install damaged RigidLam LVL.

See additional notes on page 6

Round Hole Chart For Rigidlam LVL Beams 4” minimum clear distance between holes 2” maximum hole diameter on beam centerline D

2¹⁄₂ D

2¹⁄₂ D

Allowable location for 2” circular holes

•D  iagram applies for simple and multi-span applications with uniform loading. • Diagram does not apply for cantilevers. • Square and rectangular holes are not permitted in RigidLam LVL beams. • No more than 3 holes per span are permitted.

Minimum Nail Spacing For Rigidlam LVL Beams Parallel to glue lines

Nail Size Perpendicular to glue lines If more than one row of parallel nails is required for end and edge nailing, the rows must be offset at least 1/2” and staggered.

8d Box 8d Common 10d & 12d Box 10d & 12d Common 16d Sinker 16d Common

Minimum Parallel Spacing 3” 3” 3” 4” 4” 6”

Minimum Parallel End Distance 1-1/2” 2” 2” 3” 3” 4”

Minimum Perpendicular Spacing 2” 2” 2” 3” 3” 3”

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RigidLam® LVL

Available RigidLam® LVL Sizes* 1-1/2” & 1-3/4” 1.5E RigidLam

1-1/2” & 1-3/4” 2.0E RigidLam

AVAILABLE DEPTHS (INCHES):

AVAILABLE DEPTHS (INCHES):

22

24

22

20 16

20

18

16

14 11 91/4 91/2

1/4

31/2

18

14

117/8

11 91/4 91/2

1/4

71/4 43/8

24

117/8

71/4

51/2 31/2

43/8

51/2

3-1/2” 1.5E RigidLam

3-1/2” 2.0E RigidLam

5-1/4” 2.0E RigidLam

7” 2.0E RigidLam

AVAILABLE DEPTHS (INCHES):

AVAILABLE DEPTHS (INCHES):

AVAILABLE DEPTHS (INCHES):

AVAILABLE DEPTHS (INCHES):

18

18

16 14

14 117/8

117/8

117/8

91/2

16

14

14

117/8

18

18 16

16

91/2

91/2

91/2

DESIGN PROPERTIES

* Not all sizes available in all markets. Contact your Roseburg representative for availability.

1.5E RigidLam LVL Allowable Design Stresses(1)

2.0E RigidLam LVL Allowable Design Stresses(1)

Modulus of Elasticity Bending Horizontal Shear (joist) Compression Perpendicular to Grain (joist) Compression Parallel to Grain Tension Parallel to Grain

E Fb Fv Fc⊥ Fc Ft

= = = = = =

1,500,000 psi(2) 2,250 psi(3)(4) 220 psi 575 psi(2) 1,950 psi 1,500 psi(5)

(1) These allowable design stresses apply to dry service conditions. (2) No increase is allowed for duration of load. (3) For depths other than 12” multiply Fb by (12/d)1/8 where d = depth of member (inches).

Modulus of Elasticity Bending Horizontal Shear (joist) Compression Perpendicular to Grain (joist) Compression Parallel to Grain Tension Parallel to Grain

E Fb Fv Fc⊥ Fc Ft

2,000,000 psi(2) 2,900 psi(3)(4) 285 psi 750 psi(2) 2,750 psi 1,900 psi(5)

(4) A factor of 1.04 may be applied for repetitive members as defined in the National Design Specification for Wood Construction. (5) Tensile stress is based on a 4-foot gage length, For greater lengths, multiply Ft by (4/L)1/9 where L = length in feet. For lengths less than 4-feet, use the published value.

RigidLam LVL Design Properties 1-PLY 1½” 1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL(1)(2) Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs) 100% 770 963 1,210 1,595 2,035 2,090 2,475 2,613 3,080 3,520 3,960 4,400 4,840 5,280

115% 886 1,107 1,392 1,834 2,340 2,404 2,846 3,004 3,542 4,048 4,554 5,060 5,566 6,072

125% 963 1,203 1,513 1,994 2,544 2,613 3,094 3,266 3,850 4,400 4,950 5,500 6,050 6,600

1-PLY 1½” 2.0E RIGIDLAM LVL(1)(2)

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs) 100% 670 1,018 1,563 2,624 4,143 4,356 5,981 6,619 9,012 11,576 14,437 17,590 21,032 24,759

115% 770 1,170 1,798 3,018 4,765 5,009 6,878 7,612 10,364 13,313 16,602 20,229 24,187 28,473

125% 837 1,272 1,954 3,280 5,179 5,445 7,476 8,273 11,265 14,470 18,046 21,988 26,290 30,949

EI (x106 lbs-in2) 8 16 31 71 148 161 267 314 515 768 1,094 1,500 1,997 2,592

Weight (lbs/ft) 1.31 1.64 2.06 2.72 3.47 3.56 4.22 4.45 5.25 6.00 6.75 7.50 8.25 9.00

Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs) 100% 998 1,247 1,568 2,066 2,636 2,708 3,206 3,384 3,990 4,560 5,130 5,700 6,270 6,840

115% 1,147 1,434 1,803 2,376 3,032 3,114 3,687 3,892 4,589 5,244 5,900 6,555 7,211 7,866

125% 1,247 1,559 1,959 2,583 3,295 3,384 4,008 4,230 4,988 5,700 6,413 7,125 7,838 8,550

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs) 100% 863 1,312 2,015 3,382 5,340 5,614 7,708 8,531 11,616 14,920 18,608 22,672 27,108 31,912

115% 993 1,509 2,317 3,889 6,141 6,456 8,865 9,810 13,358 17,158 21,399 26,073 31,174 36,699

(1) 1-1/2” thick members 14” and deeper must be a minimum of two plies unless designed by a design professional for a specific application. (2) Single ply 1-1/2” thick members are assumed to be laterally braced at 16” o.c. or less

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125% 1,079 1,640 2,519 4,228 6,675 7,018 9,636 10,664 14,520 18,650 23,260 28,340 33,885 39,890

EI (x106 lbs-in2) 11 21 42 95 198 214 356 419 686 1,024 1,458 2,000 2,662 3,456

Weight (lbs/ft) 1.31 1.64 2.06 2.72 3.47 3.56 4.22 4.45 5.25 6.00 6.75 7.50 8.25 9.00


1-PLY 1¾” 1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL(1)(2) Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs) 100% 898 1,123 1,412 1,861 2,374 2,438 2,888 3,048 3,593 4,107 4,620 5,133 5,647 6,160

115% 1,033 1,291 1,623 2,140 2,730 2,804 3,321 3,505 4,132 4,723 5,313 5,903 6,494 7,084

125% 1,123 1,404 1,765 2,326 2,968 3,048 3,609 3,810 4,492 5,133 5,775 6,417 7,058 7,700

2-PLY 1¾” or 3½” 1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs) 100% 781 1,187 1,824 3,061 4,834 5,082 6,977 7,722 10,514 13,506 16,843 20,522 24,537 28,886

115% 899 1,366 2,097 3,521 5,559 5,844 8,024 8,880 12,091 15,531 19,370 23,600 28,218 33,218

125% 977 1,484 2,280 3,827 6,042 6,352 8,722 9,652 13,143 16,882 21,054 25,652 30,672 36,107

EI (x106 lbs-in2) 9 18 36 83 173 188 311 366 600 896 1,276 1,750 2,329 3,024

Weight (lbs/ft) 1.53 1.91 2.41 3.17 4.05 4.16 4.92 5.20 6.13 7.00 7.88 8.75 9.63 10.50

3-PLY 1¾” 1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs) 100% 2,695 3,369 4,235 5,583 7,123 7,315 8,663 9,144 10,780 12,320 13,860 15,400 16,940 18,480

115% 3,099 3,874 4,870 6,420 8,191 8,412 9,962 10,515 12,397 14,168 15,939 17,710 19,481 21,252

125% 3,369 4,211 5,294 6,978 8,903 9,144 10,828 11,430 13,475 15,400 17,325 19,250 21,175 23,100

115% 2,696 4,097 6,292 10,562 16,677 17,532 24,072 26,641 36,274 46,594 58,109 70,800 84,654 99,655

EI (x106 125% lbs-in2) 2,931 28 4,453 55 6,839 109 11,480 250 18,127 519 19,057 563 26,165 934 28,957 1,099 39,428 1,801 50,646 2,688 63,162 3,827 76,957 5,250 92,015 6,988 108,321 9,072

Weight (lbs/ft) 4.59 5.74 7.22 9.52 12.14 12.47 14.77 15.59 18.38 21.00 23.63 26.25 28.88 31.50

1-PLY 1¾” 2.0E RIGIDLAM LVL(1)(2) 100% 1,164 1,455 1,829 2,411 3,076 3,159 3,741 3,948 4,655 5,320 5,985 6,650 7,315 7,980

115% 1,338 1,673 2,103 2,772 3,537 3,633 4,302 4,541 5,353 6,118 6,883 7,648 8,412 9,177

125% 1,455 1,818 2,286 3,013 3,845 3,948 4,676 4,936 5,819 6,650 7,481 8,313 9,144 9,975

115% 1,158 1,760 2,703 4,538 7,165 7,532 10,342 11,446 15,584 20,018 24,965 30,418 36,370 42,815

125% 1,259 1,913 2,938 4,932 7,788 8,187 11,241 12,441 16,940 21,759 27,136 33,063 39,532 46,538

EI (x106 lbs-in2) 13 24 49 111 231 250 415 488 800 1,195 1,701 2,333 3,106 4,032

Weight (lbs/ft) 1.53 1.91 2.41 3.17 4.05 4.16 4.92 5.20 6.13 7.00 7.88 8.75 9.63 10.50

3-PLY 1¾” or 5¼” 2.0E RIGIDLAM LVL Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs) 100% 3,491 4,364 5,486 7,232 9,227 9,476 11,222 11,845 13,965 15,960 17,955 19,950 21,945 23,940

115% 4,015 5,019 6,309 8,317 10,611 10,898 12,905 13,622 16,060 18,354 20,648 22,943 25,237 27,531

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs)

125% 100% 4,364 3,022 5,455 4,592 6,858 7,052 9,040 11,837 11,534 18,691 11,845 19,650 14,027 26,979 14,807 29,858 17,456 40,655 19,950 52,221 22,444 65,127 24,938 79,351 27,431 94,878 29,925 111,691

115% 2,066 2,583 3,247 4,280 5,461 5,608 6,641 7,010 8,265 9,445 10,626 11,807 12,987 14,168

125% 2,246 2,807 3,529 4,652 5,935 6,096 7,219 7,620 8,983 10,267 11,550 12,833 14,117 15,400

EI (x106 lbs-in2) 19 37 73 167 346 375 623 733 1,201 1,792 2,552 3,500 4,659 6,048

Weight (lbs/ft) 3.06 3.83 4.81 6.34 8.09 8.31 9.84 10.39 12.25 14.00 15.75 17.50 19.25 21.00

EI (x106 100% 115% 125% lbs-in2) 3,126 3,595 3,907 38 4,750 5,462 5,937 73 7,295 8,389 9,119 146 12,246 14,082 15,307 333 19,336 22,236 24,170 693 20,327 23,376 25,409 750 27,910 32,096 34,887 1,246 30,888 35,521 38,609 1,465 42,057 48,365 52,571 2,401 54,022 62,125 67,528 3,584 67,372 77,478 84,215 5,103 82,087 94,401 102,609 7,000 98,150 112,872 122,687 9,317 115,543 132,874 144,428 12,096

Weight (lbs/ft) 6.13 7.66 9.63 12.69 16.19 16.63 19.69 20.78 24.50 28.00 31.50 35.00 38.50 42.00

100% 1,563 2,375 3,648 6,123 9,668 10,164 13,955 15,444 21,028 27,011 33,686 41,044 49,075 57,771

115% 1,797 2,731 4,195 7,041 11,118 11,688 16,048 17,760 24,183 31,063 38,739 47,200 56,436 66,437

125% 1,954 2,969 4,559 7,653 12,085 12,704 17,444 19,305 26,285 33,764 42,108 51,305 61,343 72,214

Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs) 100% 3,593 4,492 5,647 7,443 9,497 9,753 11,550 12,192 14,373 16,427 18,480 20,533 22,587 24,640

115% 4,132 5,165 6,494 8,560 10,921 11,216 13,283 14,020 16,529 18,891 21,252 23,613 25,975 28,336

125% 4,492 5,615 7,058 9,304 11,871 12,192 14,438 15,240 17,967 20,533 23,100 25,667 28,233 30,800

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs)

2-PLY 1¾” or 3½” 2.0E RIGIDLAM LVL

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs) 100% 1,007 1,531 2,351 3,946 6,230 6,550 8,993 9,953 13,552 17,407 21,709 26,450 31,626 37,230

100% 1,797 2,246 2,823 3,722 4,748 4,877 5,775 6,096 7,187 8,213 9,240 10,267 11,293 12,320

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs)

EI (x106 115% 125% lbs-in2) 3,475 3,777 38 5,280 5,739 73 8,110 8,815 146 13,613 14,797 333 21,495 23,364 693 22,597 24,562 750 31,026 33,724 1,246 34,337 37,322 1,465 46,753 50,819 2,401 60,054 65,277 3,584 74,896 81,408 5,103 91,254 99,189 7,000 109,110 118,597 9,317 128,445 139,614 12,096

Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs) 100% 2,328 2,909 3,658 4,821 6,151 6,318 7,481 7,897 9,310 10,640 11,970 13,300 14,630 15,960

115% 2,677 3,346 4,206 5,544 7,074 7,265 8,603 9,081 10,707 12,236 13,766 15,295 16,825 18,354

125% 2,909 3,637 4,572 6,027 7,689 7,897 9,352 9,871 11,638 13,300 14,963 16,625 18,288 19,950

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs) 100% 2,014 3,061 4,701 7,892 12,461 13,100 17,986 19,905 27,103 34,814 43,418 52,901 63,252 74,461

115% 2,317 3,520 5,406 9,075 14,330 15,065 20,684 22,891 31,169 40,036 49,930 60,836 72,740 85,630

125% 2,518 3,826 5,877 9,864 15,576 16,375 22,483 24,882 33,879 43,518 54,272 66,126 79,065 93,076

EI (x106 lbs-in2) 25 49 97 222 462 500 831 977 1,601 2,389 3,402 4,667 6,211 8,064

Weight (lbs/ft) 3.06 3.83 4.81 6.34 8.09 8.31 9.84 10.39 12.25 14.00 15.75 17.50 19.25 21.00

EI (x106 lbs-in2) 50 98 194 445 923 1,000 1,661 1,954 3,201 4,779 6,804 9,333 12,423 16,128

Weight (lbs/ft) 6.13 7.66 9.63 12.69 16.19 16.63 19.69 20.78 24.50 28.00 31.50 35.00 38.50 42.00

4-PLY 1¾” or 7” 2.0E RIGIDLAM LVL Weight (lbs/ft) 4.59 5.74 7.22 9.52 12.14 12.47 14.77 15.59 18.38 21.00 23.63 26.25 28.88 31.50

Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs) 100% 4,655 5,819 7,315 9,643 12,303 12,635 14,963 15,794 18,620 21,280 23,940 26,600 29,260 31,920

115% 5,353 6,692 8,412 11,089 14,148 14,530 17,207 18,163 21,413 24,472 27,531 30,590 33,649 36,708

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs)

125% 100% 115% 125% 5,819 4,029 4,633 5,036 7,273 6,122 7,040 7,653 9,144 9,402 10,813 11,753 12,053 15,783 18,151 19,729 15,378 24,922 28,660 31,152 15,794 26,199 30,129 32,749 18,703 35,973 41,369 44,966 19,742 39,811 45,782 49,763 23,275 54,206 62,337 67,758 26,600 69,628 80,073 87,035 29,925 86,835 99,861 108,544 33,250 105,802 121,672 132,252 36,575 126,504 145,479 158,130 39,900 148,921 171,260 186,152

DESIGN PROPERTIES

Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs)

Maximum Vertical Shear (lbs)

4-PLY 1¾” 1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL

Maximum Bending Moment (ft-lbs) 100% 2,344 3,562 5,471 9,184 14,502 15,245 20,932 23,166 31,543 40,517 50,529 61,566 73,612 86,657

Depth (in) 3½ 43/8 5½ 7¼ 9¼ 9½ 11¼ 117/8 14 16 18 20 22 24

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RigidLam LVL Design Properties (cont.)

(1) 1-3/4” thick members 16” and deeper must be a minimum of two plies unless designed by a design professional for a specific application. (2) Single ply 1-3/4” thick members are assumed to be laterally braced at 24” o.c. or less.

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RigidLam LVL Bearing Details

Please refer to page 43 for LVL bearing length requirements.

BEAM-TO-BEAM CONNECTION

BEARING ON WOOD COLUMN

BEARING ON STEEL COLUMN

Make sure hanger capacity is appropriate for each application. Hangers must be properly installed to accommodate full capacity.

Verify the required bearing length and the ability of the supporting column member to provide adequate strength.

Verify the required bearing length and the ability of the supporting column member to provide adequate strength.

BEARING FOR DOOR OR WINDOW HEADER

BEARING ON EXTERIOR WALL

Pocket construction

Check for proper beam bearing length based on plate material.

Provide 1/2” air space on top, sides and end of RigidLam LVL beams.

See “Bearing Length Requirements” on page 43 to determine the number of jack studs required to support header. Provide moisture barrier between RigidLam LVL beams and concrete.

BEARING DETAILS

Fastening Recommendations For Multiple Ply Members TOP LOADED MEMBERS 2” min recommended

• For 12” deep (or less) members, nail plies together with 2 rows of 16dx3½” com. nails at 12” o.c. (add 1 row for 16d sinkers).

Equal spaces +/-

• For 14”, 16” or 18” deep members, nail plies together with 3 rows of 16dx3½” com. nails at 12” o.c. (add 1 row for 16d sinkers). • For 20”, 22” or 24” deep members, nail plies together with 4 rows of 16dx3½” com. nails at 12” o.c. (add 1 row for 16d sinkers).

2-Ply

4-Ply

side LOADED MEMBERS MAXIMUM UNIFORM LOAD APPLIED TO EITHER OUTSIDE PIECE - POUNDS PER LINEAL FOOT Nailed

1-1/2” Thick Pieces in Member

Nail Size

2 - 1-1/2” 3 - 1-1/2” 4 - 1-1/2”

10d com. (0.148” x 3”) 10d com. (0.148” x 3”) use bolts

1-3/4” Thick Pieces in Member 2 - 1-3/4” 3 - 1-3/4” 4 - 1-3/4” 2 - 3-1/2”

Bolted

2 rows 10d common 3 rows 10d common 2 rows 1/2” bolts at 12” o.c. at 12” o.c. at 24” o.c. 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 465 465 700 700 395 435 350 350 525 525 295 325 265 290 Nailed

Face

Edge

1.5E LVL

2.0E LVL

1.5E LVL

2.0E LVL

Withdrawal - nail

0.50

0.50

0.47

0.50

Dowel Bearing - nail

0.50

0.50

0.47

0.50

Dowel Bearing - bolt

0.47

0.50

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2 rows 1/2” bolts at 12” o.c. 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 795 870 595 650 530 580

3 rows 1/2” bolts at 12” o.c. 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 1190 1305 895 980 795 870

Bolted

2 rows 16d common 3 rows 16d common 2 rows 1/2” bolts at 12” o.c. at 12” o.c. at 24” o.c. 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 16d com. (0.162” x 3-1/2”) 560 560 845 845 460 505 16d com. (0.162” x 3-1/2”) 420 420 635 635 345 380 use bolts 305 335 use bolts 820 860 Nail Size

RECOMMENDED FASTENER DESIGN INFORMATION IN TERMS OF EQUIVALENT SPECIFIC GRAVITY FOR HEADER GRADES OF 1.5E AND 2.0E RIGIDLAM LVL

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3-Ply

Not applicable

2 rows 1/2” bolts at 12” o.c. 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 925 1015 695 760 615 675 1640 1720

3 rows 1/2” bolts at 12” o.c. 1.5E LVL 2.0E LVL 1390 1520 1040 1140 925 1015 2465 2580

• Use RFP-KeyBeam® sizing software or beam/header charts or plf load tables to size the beam. • The table values apply to common (A307) bolts. Bolt holes must be centered at least two inches from the top and bottom edges of the beam. Bolt holes must be the same diameter as the bolts. Washers must be used under the bolt heads and nuts. Offset or stagger rows of bolt holes by one-half of the bolt spacing. • The specified nailing applies to both sides of a three-piece beam. • 7 inch wide beams may not be loaded from one side only. They must be loaded from both sides and/or top-loaded. • The side loaded table values for nails may be doubled for 6” o.c. spacing and tripled for 4” o.c. spacing. • Duration of load factors (e.g. 115%, 125% etc...) may be applied to the table values.


RigidLam® LVL

Floor Beams The tables below show the size of the beams needed to support various floor systems. The tables are valid for loads of one floor only, i.e., a second story floor or one story floor over a basement. When floor joists span continuously from wall to wall (not cut at beam) this table requires that “B” be not less than 45%, or greater than 55% of “A”.

Column Spacing

B

Column Spacing

A

Tributary Area (see page 42)

Floor beam - 1.5E RigidLam LVL Width of Building (ft) 24 28 32 36 40

Beam Support Spacing (ft) 11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 14” -3 - 16”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16” -3 - 16”+

2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16”+ -3 - 18”+

2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16” -3 - 18”+ -3 - 18”+

2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 18” -3 - 18”+ -3 - 18”+ ---

-3 - 18” -3 - 18” -3 - 18”+ -----

-3 - 18” -3 - 18” -------

Width of Building (ft) 24 28 32 36 40 44

Beam Support Spacing (ft) 11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

2 - 11-7/8 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16”+ 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16” -3 - 18”+

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16” -3 - 18” -3 - 18”+

2 - 18” 3 - 16” 2 - 18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 18” -3 - 18” -3 - 18”+ -3 - 18”+

2 - 18” 3 - 16” -3 - 18” -3 - 18” -3 - 18” -----

+ see note 3 Notes: 1. Beam sizes are listed as the number of 1¾” thick pieces by the beam depth (e.g. 2-9½” indicates two 1¾” pieces by 9½” deep). 2. Beams sizes are based on continuous floor joist spans and simple or continuous beam spans. If the floor joists are not continuous, it is permissible to consider a Total Floor Joist Span “A” that is equal to 0.8 times the actual “A” dimension. 3. The minimum required end and intermediate bearing lengths (based on 575 psi for 1.5E LVL and 750 psi for 2.0E LVL) are 3” and 7½” respectively unless the + symbol is shown. In that case, 4½” and 10½” end and intermediate bearing lengths are required. 4. All beams require support across their full width.

FLOOR BEAMS

Floor beam - 2.0E RigidLam LVL

5. Beam sizes are based on residential floor loading of 40 psf live load and 10 psf dead load. The roof framing must be trusses supported at the exterior walls only. 6. Deflection is limited to L/360 at live load and L/240 at total load.

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RigidLam® LVL

1-Story Garage Door Headers

The tables indicate the appropriate size header for various roof truss spans with 2’ soffit. If the soffit is greater than 2’, additional engineering is necessary.

Tributary Area (see page 42)

2’ Soffit Assumed

1 story – 1.5E RigidLam LVL Snow - 115%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft) 20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

1-STORY GARAGE DOOR HEADERS

Roof Truss Span

Rough Opening

24 28 32 36

25 psf LL + 20 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14”

9’-3”

16’-3”

18’-3”

9’-3”

16’-3”

18’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14” -3 - 16”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14” -3 - 16” -3 -16”+

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9½” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9½”

2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 -16”+ -3 -16”+

2 -18”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+ -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+

20 psf LL + 15 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

20 psf LL + 20 psf DL

18’-3”

9’-3”

16’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

20 psf LL + 25 psf DL

18’-3”

9’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 14 ” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

18’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16”

1 story – 2.0E RigidLam LVL Snow - 115%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft) 20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

25 psf LL + 20 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

Rough Opening (ft) 20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32

16’-3”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

30 psf LL + 20 psf DL

18’-3”

9’-3”

16’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

40 psf LL + 20 psf DL

18’-3”

9’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14”

18’-3”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16”

Non-Snow - 125%

Roof Loading

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20 psf LL + 15 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

18’-3”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14”

20 psf LL + 20 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

+ see note 2 Notes: 1. Header sizes are listed as the number of 1¾” thick pieces by the header depth (e.g. 2-9½” indicates two 1¾” pieces by 9½” deep). 2. The minimum required end bearing length (based on 575 psi for 1.5E LVL and 750 psi for 2.0E LVL) is 3” unless the + symbol is shown. In that case, 4½” is required.

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40 psf LL + 20 psf DL

18’-3”

Non-Snow - 125%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

16’-3”

30 psf LL + 20 psf DL

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16’-3”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

18’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14”

20 psf LL + 25 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

18’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

3. All headers require support across their full width. Use 2x4 cripples for two-piece headers and 2x6 cripples for three-piece headers. 4. The roof framing is assumed to be trusses supported by the exterior walls only. 5. Deflection is limited to L/240 at live load and L/180 at total load.


The tables consider the combined loads from a wall, second story floor (1/4 of total floor joist span) and various roof truss spans with a 2’ soffit. Intermediate floor beam assumed. If the soffit exceeds 2’, additional engineering will be necessary. B

Tributary Area (see page 42)

A

Rough Opening

Span A may not exceed Span B

2 story – 1.5E RigidLam LVL Snow - 115%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft) 20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32

25 psf LL + 20 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2”

20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+ -3 -16”+ -3 -18”+

40 psf LL + 20 psf DL

18’-3”

9’-3”

16’-3”

18’-3”

9’-3”

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ ---

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 -16”+ -3 -16”+ -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+

-3 - 18” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ -----

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

16’-3”

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+ -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ ---

18’-3”

-3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ -------

Non-Snow - 125%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

16’-3”

30 psf LL + 20 psf DL

20 psf LL + 15 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+ -3 -16”+

20 psf LL + 20 psf DL

20 psf LL + 25 psf DL

18’-3”

9’-3”

16’-3”

18’-3”

9’-3”

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2”

2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+ -3 -18”+

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 18” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ ---

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+ -3 -16”+ -3 -18”+

18’-3”

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ ---

2 story – 2.0E RigidLam LVL Snow - 115%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft) 20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

25 psf LL + 20 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+

30 psf LL + 20 psf DL

40 psf LL + 20 psf DL

18’-3”

9’-3”

16’-3”

18’-3”

9’-3”

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+ -3 -16”+

18’-3”

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+ ---

Non-Snow - 125%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

16’-3”

20 psf LL + 15 psf DL 9’-3”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

16’-3”

2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16”

20 psf LL + 20 psf DL

20 psf LL + 25 psf DL

18’-3”

9’-3”

16’-3”

18’-3”

9’-3”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 - 16” -3 -18”+

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

+ see note 2 Notes: 1. Header sizes are listed as the number of 1¾” thick pieces by the header depth (e.g. 2-9½” indicates two 1¾” pieces by 9½” deep). 2. Header sizes are based on the assumption that the floor joists are supported in the middle of the building by a beam or wall. 3. The minimum required end bearing length (based on 575 psi for 1.5E LVL and 750 psi for 2.0E LVL) is 3” unless the + symbol is shown. In that case, 4½” is required.

16’-3”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+

18’-3”

2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -18”+ -3 -18”+

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RigidLam® LVL

2-Story Garage Door Headers

4. All headers require support across their full width. Use 2x4 cripples for two-piece headers and 2x6 cripples for three-piece headers. 5. Header sizes are based on residential floor loading of 40 psf live load and 10 psf dead load. The roof framing must be trusses supported by the exterior walls only. 6. Deflection is limited to L/360 at live load and L/240 at total load.

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1-Story Window & Patio Door Headers

The tables indicate the appropriate size header for various roof truss spans with 2’ soffit. If the soffit is greater than 2’, additional engineering is necessary.

Tributary Area (see page 42)

Roof Truss Span Rough Opening

1 story – 1.5E RigidLam LVL Snow - 115%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

1-STORY WINDOW & PATIO DOOR HEADERS

20

40

2’ Soffit Assumed

Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

25 psf LL + 20 psf DL 6’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8”

40 psf LL + 20 psf DL 12’-0”

6’-0”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

12’-0”

2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16”

Non-Snow - 125%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

8’-0”

20 psf LL + 15 psf DL 6’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

10’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8”

20 psf LL + 25 psf DL 12’-0”

6’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8”

12’-0”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14”

1 story – 2.0E RigidLam LVL Snow - 115%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft) 20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

25 psf LL + 20 psf DL 6’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

10’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

40 psf LL + 20 psf DL 12’-0”

6’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8”

12’-0”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14”

Non-Snow - 125%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

8’-0”

20 psf LL + 15 psf DL 6’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

10’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

+ see note 2 Notes: 1. Header sizes are listed as the number of 1¾” thick pieces by the header depth (e.g. 2-9½” indicates two 1¾” pieces by 9½” deep). 2. The minimum required bearing length (based on 575 psi for 1.5E LVL and 750 psi for 2.0E LVL) is 3” unless the + symbol is shown. In that case, 4Z\x” is required. 3. All headers require support across their full width. Use 2x4 cripples for two piece headers and 2x6 cripples for three piece headers.

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20 psf LL + 25 psf DL 12’-0”

6’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

10’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

12’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 14”

4. The roof framing is assumed to be trusses supported by the exterior walls only. 5. Deflection is limited to L/240 at live load and the lesser of L/180 or 5/16” at total load.


The tables consider the combined loads from a wall, second story floor (1/4 of total floor joist span) and various roof truss spans with a 2’ soffit. Intermediate floor beam assumed. If the soffit exceeds 2’, additional engineering will be necessary. B

Tributary Area (see page 42)

2 story – 1.5E RigidLam LVL

20 24 28 32 36

25 psf LL + 20 psf DL 6’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 14”

40 psf LL + 20 psf DL 12’-0”

6’-0”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

9’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

10’-0”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

12’-0”

2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” -3 -16”+ -3 -18”+

Non-Snow - 125%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

8’-0”

20 psf LL + 15 psf DL 6’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

20 psf LL + 25 psf DL 12’-0”

6’-0”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 14”

12’-0”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16”

2 story – 2.0E RigidLam LVL Snow - 115%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft) 20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

25 psf LL + 20 psf DL 6’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

20 Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

24 28 32 36

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

40 psf LL + 20 psf DL 12’-0”

6’-0”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8”+ 3 - 9-1/2” 3 - 11-7/8”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8” 2 -14”+ 3 - 11-7/8”

12’-0”

2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16” 2 -18”+ 3 - 16”

Non-Snow - 125%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

8’-0”

20 psf LL + 15 psf DL 6’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

+ see note 3 Notes: 1. Header sizes are listed as the number of 1¾” thick pieces by the header depth (e.g. 2-9½” indicates two 1¾” pieces by 9½” deep). 2. Header sizes are based on the assumption that the floor joists are supported in the middle of the building by a beam or wall. 3. The minimum required end bearing length (based on 575 psi for 1.5E LVL and 750 psi for 2.0E LVL) is 3” unless the + symbol is shown. In that case, 4½” is required.

20 psf LL + 25 psf DL 12’-0”

6’-0”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

8’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2”

9’-0”

2 - 9-1/2” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8”

10’-0”

2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 9-1/2” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 11-7/8” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8”

12’-0”

2 - 14” 3 - 11-7/8” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 - 16” 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14” 2 -16”+ 3 - 14”

4. All headers require support across their full width. Use 2x4 cripples for two-piece headers and 2x6 cripples for three-piece headers. 5. Header sizes are based on residential floor loading of 40 psf live load and 10 psf dead load. The roof framing must be trusses supported by the exterior walls only 6. Deflection is limited to L/360 at live load and the lesser of L/240 or 5/16” at total load.

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2-STORY WINDOW & PATIO DOOR HEADERS

Roof Truss Span with 2’ Soffit Assumed

Rough Opening

Span A may not exceed Span B

Snow - 115%

Roof Loading Rough Opening (ft)

A

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PLF Load Development case one: flush beam 13’– 6”

Trib Width for RigidLam LVL Beam = 20’/2 + 22’/2 = 21’* Typical flush Beam Framing Step 1 D  etermine the Trib Width (expressed in units of feet). In the example above, the Trib Width = 21’. Step 2  Determine the Live Load PLF and Total Load PLF on the Beam: PLFLL = (PSFLL) x (Trib Width). Here, PLFLL = 40 PSF x 21’ = 840 PLFLL PLFTL = (PSFTL) x (Trib Width). Here, PLFTL = 50 PSF x 21’ = 1050 PLFTL

* Power TipFor Flush Beams, the Trib Width = 42’/2 = 21’ no matter where the Flush LVL Beam is located

20’– 0”

2.0E RigidLam LVL Flush Beam

42’– 0”

Hangers supporting I-Joists

22’– 0”

Step 3 Use  the appropriate PLF Table, (pages 44 – 55) and match the span Joists at any on-center of the LVL beam with the left “Span” spacing (it does not matter) column of the table. Always round the beam span up to the next whole foot. In this example use the Floor Table on page 50 with a span of 14’.

Step 5 A  2 ply 14” RigidLam LVL will work (864>840 and 1094>1050) but a 3 ply 11M\,” comes close (see page 51). To check if the 3 ply 11M\,” LVL works at the actual span of 13’– 6”, interpolate the table between 12’ and 14’. If you are not familiar with this, use the diagram as shown to the right to set up the interpolation as follows: ( ? -791) (1256-791) ( ? -791) For LL = ➾ 232.5 = ➾ (232.5x0.5) + 791 = ? ➾ ? = 907.25 plf > 840 plf ok (14’-12’) (14’-13.5’) 0.5 The PLF value for TL at 14’ is 1171 plf and since this is greater than the required 1050 plf, interpolation is not required for total load. Therefore, an alternative solution would be a 3 ply 11M\,” RigidLam LVL (907>840 and 1171>1050)

1256 Allowable PLF

PLF LOAD DEVELOPMENT

Step 4 G  oing from left to right, find a beam that supports a LL equal to or greater than 840 plf and a TL equal to or greater than 1050 plf. Both checks must be made to properly size the beam.

? 791 12’

13’ Span

13 / ’ 1 2

case Two: Dropped beam When the LVL beam is dropped and the I-joists are continuous over the beam, there is more load transferred to the beam. This is because the continuous I-joists increase the trib width of the beam (green shaded area). If both spans of the I-joist are equal, there is 25% more load put onto the LVL beam. If both spans are not equal, like shown in the diagram to the right (Span B > Span A), there is even more load placed onto the LVL beam. The exact formula is complicated but fortunately there is a simple and safe way to size the LVL beam: Typical Dropped Beam Framing

Step 1 A  ssume both spans of the I-joist to be the longest span. In the example to the left, this would be Span B (21.25 ft).

14’– 8”

15’– 6”

post

RigidLam LVL Beam under continuous I-joists

Step 3 U  se the longest span of the LVL beam (round up to the next whole foot) and use the appropriate PLF table. In this example, use a span of 16’ and the table on page 50. Use a 2 ply 2.0E 18” RigidLam LVL beam (1231>1063 & 1341>1329). This method will always be safe provided the long span of the I-joist (Span B) is not more than 5 times longer than the shorter span (Span A). When possible, RFP-KeyBeam® sizing software should be used.

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15’– 3” Span A

Dropped 2.0E

 alculate the PLF on the LVL beam as if it were flush and Step 2 C increase by 25%: PLFLL= 40PSF x 21.25’ x 1.25 = 1063 PLFLL PLFTL= 50PSF x 21.25’ x 1.25 = 1329 PLFTL

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S-P-F (South) Hem-Fir (North)(5)

Support Material Fc perp. (psi) RigidLam Beam Width (in)

RigidLam® LVL

RigidLam LVL Bearing Length Requirements Hem-Fir S-P-F(5)

335 (psi)

405 (psi)

1-3/4”

3-1/2”

5-1/4”

7“

1-3/4”

3-1/2”

5-1/4”

7”

1-3/4” 3-1/2” 5-1/4” 7“ 8-3/4”

1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2-3/4” 3-1/2” 4-1/2” 5-1/4” 6” 7” 7-3/4” 8-3/4” 9-1/2”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2-1/2” 3” 3-1/2” 4” 4-3/4” 5-1/4” 5-3/4” 6-1/2” 7” 7-1/2” 8” 8-3/4” 9-1/4” 9-3/4”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2-1/4” 2-3/4” 3” 3-1/2” 4” 4-1/2” 4-3/4” 5-1/4” 5-3/4” 6” 6-1/2” 7” 7 -1/4” 7-3/4” 8-1/4” 8-3/4” 9” 9-1/2”

1-1/2” 3” 4-1/4” 5-3/4” 7-1/4” 8-1/2”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 2-1/4” 3” 3-3/4” 4-1/4” 5” 5 -3/4” 6-1/2” 7-1/4” 8” 8-1/2” 9-1/4”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 2” 2-1/2” 3” 3-1/2” 4” 4-1/4” 4-3/4” 5-1/4” 5-3/4” 6-1/4” 6-3/4” 7-1/4” 7-3/4” 8” 8-1/2” 9” 9-1/2”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 2” 2-1/4” 2-1/2” 3” 3-1/4” 3-3/4” 4” 4-1/4” 4-3/4” 5” 5-1/2” 5-3/4” 6” 6-1/2” 6-3/4” 7-1/4” 7-1/2” 8” 8-1/4”

Reaction (lbs) 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000 16000 17000 18000 19000 20000 21000 22000 23000

Fc perp. (psi) RigidLam Beam Width (in)

1.5E RigidLam LVL(6)

565 (psi)

2.0E RigidLam LVL(6)

575 (psi)

750 (psi)

1-3/4”

3-1/2”

5-1/4”

7“

1-3/4”

3-1/2”

5-1/4”

7“

1-3/4”

3-1/2”

5-1/4”

7“

1-1/2” 2-1/4” 3-1/4” 4-1/4” 5-1/4” 6-1/4” 7-1/4” 8-1/4” 9-1/4”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2-1/4” 2-3/4” 3-1/4” 3-3/4” 4-1/4” 4-3/4” 5-1/4” 5-3/4” 6-1/4” 6-3/4” 7-1/4” 7-3/4” 8-1/4” 8-3/4” 9-1/4” 9-3/4”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2-1/4” 2-1/2” 2-3/4” 3-1/4” 3-1/2” 3-3/4” 4-1/4” 4-1/2” 4-3/4” 5-1/4” 5-1/2” 5-3/4” 6-1/4” 6-1/2” 6-3/4” 7-1/4” 7-1/2” 8”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2” 2-1/4” 2-1/2” 2-3/4” 3” 3-1/4” 3-1/2” 3-3/4” 4” 4-1/4” 4-1/2” 4-3/4” 5” 5-1/4” 5-1/2” 5-3/4” 6”

1-1/2” 2-1/4” 3-1/2” 4-1/2” 5-1/2” 6-3/4” 7-3/4” 8-3/4”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2-1/4” 2-3/4” 3-1/2” 4” 4-1/2” 5” 5-1/2” 6” 6-3/4” 7-1/4” 7-3/4” 8-1/4” 8-3/4” 9-1/2”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 2” 2-1/4” 2-3/4” 3” 3-1/2” 3-3/4” 4” 4-1/2” 4-3/4” 5-1/4” 5-1/2” 6” 6-1/4” 6-3/4” 7” 7-1/2” 7-3/4” 8” 8-1/2”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2” 2-1/4” 2-1/2” 2-3/4” 3” 3-1/2” 3-3/4” 4” 4-1/4” 4 -1/2” 4-3/4” 5” 5-1/4” 5-1/2” 5-3/4” 6” 6-1/2”

1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2-1/2” 3-1/4” 4” 4-3/4” 5-1/2” 6-1/4” 7” 7-3/4” 8-1/2” 9-1/4”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2” 2-1/2” 2-3/4” 3-1/4” 3-1/2” 4” 4-1/4” 4-3/4” 5” 5-1/2” 5-3/4” 6-1/4” 6-1/2” 7” 7-1/4” 7-3/4” 8” 8-1/2” 9”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 2” 2-1/4” 2-1/2” 2-3/4” 3” 3-1/4” 3-1/2” 3-3/4” 4” 4-1/4” 4-1/2” 4-3/4” 5” 5-1/4” 5-1/2” 5-3/4” 6”

1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 1-3/4” 1-3/4” 2” 2-1/4” 2-1/2” 2-1/2” 2-3/4” 3” 3-1/4” 3-1/4” 3-1/2” 3-3/4” 4” 4” 4-1/4” 4-1/2”

Reaction (lbs) 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000 16000 17000 18000 19000 20000 21000 22000 23000 Notes: 1. The minimum required RigidLam LVL bearing length is 1Z\x”. 2. Duration of load factors may not be applied to bearing length requirements. 3. All beams require support across their full width. 4. All beams require lateral support at bearing points. 5. Use these values when the beam is supported by a wall plate, sill plate, timber or built-up girder.

6. Use these values when the beam is supported by the end of a column or connection hardware. 7. The support member must be sized to carry the load from the beam. 8. For 1-1/2”, 3”, 4-1/2” or 6” thick LVL, multiply the appropriate bearing length from the table for 1-3/4”, 3-1/2”, 5-1/4” or 7” respectively by 1.17. (see example below) Example: Given: Design reaction = 10,000 lbs Support material = Douglas Fir - Larch Solve: Case 1 - 3 ply, 1-3/4” beam ➾ Beam width = 5-1/4” ➾ Required bearing length = 3-1/2”

BEARING LENGTH REQUIREMENTS

Southern Pine Douglas Fir - Larch(5)

Support Material

Case 2 - 3 ply, 1-1/2” beam ➾ Beam width = 4-1/2” ➾ Required bearing length = 3-1/2” x 1.17 = 4.1”

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8

10

12

14

16

1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL - 100% FLOOR (PLF)

18

20

22

24

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

2146 3.2 / 8 1369 2.7 / 6.8 1004 2.5 / 6.3 793 2.4 / 5.9 501 557 2.2 / 5.6 256 381 1.9 / 4.8 148 219 1.5 / 3.3 93 136 1.5 / 3 63 90 1.5 / 3 44 62 1.5 / 3

2247 3.4 / 8.4 1423 2.8 / 7.1 1041 2.6 / 6.5 820 2.5 / 6.1 543 575 2.3 / 5.8 278 402 2 / 5.1 161 237 1.5 / 3.6 101 148 1.5 / 3 68 98 1.5 / 3 48 67 1.5 / 3

3075 4.6 / 11.5 1843 3.7 / 9.2 1315 3.3 / 8.2 1022 3.1 / 7.7 706 2.8 / 7.1 461 539 2.7 / 6.8 267 383 2.3 / 5.8 168 247 1.8 / 4.4 113 164 1.5 / 3.4 79 114 1.5 / 3 58 82 1.5 / 3 43 60 1.5 / 3

3437 5.1 / 12.8 2013 4 / 10 1422 3.5 / 8.9 1099 3.3 / 8.2 755 3 / 7.6 543 574 2.9 / 7.2 314 424 2.6 / 6.4 198 291 2.1 / 5.2 132 194 1.6 / 4 93 134 1.5 / 3.1 68 97 1.5 / 3 51 71 1.5 / 3 39 54 1.5 / 3

5067 7.6 / 18.9 2689 5.4 / 13.4 1829 4.6 / 11.4 1385 4.1 / 10.4 931 3.7 / 9.3 701 3.5 / 8.8 515 561 3.4 / 8.5 324 423 3 / 7.5 217 320 2.6 / 6.5 152 223 2 / 5.1 111 161 1.7 / 4.1 84 119 1.5 / 3.4 64 90 1.5 / 3

14”

16”

18”

20”

22”

24”

E

91/4”

1461 2.2 / 5.5 978 2 / 4.9 735 1.8 / 4.6 572 588 1.8 / 4.4 241 359 1.5 / 3.6 123 182 1.5 / 3 71 104 1.5 / 3 45 64 1.5 / 3

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4

5

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

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44

71/4”

994 1.5 / 3.7 689 1.5 / 3.4 431 527 1.5 / 3.3 250 372 1.5 / 3 105 156 1.5 / 3 54 78 1.5 / 3

BL

5

51/2”

742 1.5 / 3 424 524 1.5 / 3 217 324 1.5 / 3 126 187 1.5 / 3 53 78 1.5 / 3

ICA

4

43/8”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

PPL

3

Depth

TA

Span (ft)

NO

RigidLam® LVL

1-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 100% Floor (PLF)

Depth

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

1483 1.5 / 3 848 1048 1.5 / 3 434 647 1.5 / 3 251 373 1.5 / 3 106 155 1.5 / 3 54 78 1.5 / 3

1988 1.5 / 3.7 1378 1.5 / 3.4 863 1054 1.5 / 3.3 499 744 1.5 / 3 211 311 1.5 / 3 108 157 1.5 / 3 62 89 1.5 / 3 39 54 1.5 / 3

2922 2.2 / 5.5 1957 2 / 4.9 1470 1.8 / 4.6 1143 1177 1.8 / 4.4 482 717 1.5 / 3.6 247 364 1.5 / 3 143 208 1.5 / 3 90 129 1.5 / 3 60 84 1.5 / 3 42 57 1.5 / 3

4292 3.2 / 8 2738 2.7 / 6.8 2009 2.5 / 6.3 1586 2.4 / 5.9 1002 1115 2.2 / 5.6 513 761 1.9 / 4.8 297 437 1.5 / 3.3 187 272 1.5 / 3 125 180 1.5 / 3 88 124 1.5 / 3 64 88 1.5 / 3 48 64 1.5 / 3

4493 3.4 / 8.4 2846 2.8 / 7.1 2082 2.6 / 6.5 1640 2.5 / 6.1 1085 1150 2.3 / 5.8 556 805 2 / 5.1 322 474 1.5 / 3.6 203 295 1.5 / 3 136 195 1.5 / 3 95 135 1.5 / 3 69 96 1.5 / 3 52 70 1.5 / 3 40 52 1.5 / 3

6150 4.6 / 11.5 3686 3.7 / 9.2 2630 3.3 / 8.2 2043 3.1 / 7.7 1412 2.8 / 7.1 923 1077 2.7 / 6.8 534 765 2.3 / 5.8 336 495 1.8 / 4.4 225 328 1.5 / 3.4 158 228 1.5 / 3 115 163 1.5 / 3 87 120 1.5 / 3 67 90 1.5 / 3

6874 5.1 / 12.8 4025 4 / 10 2844 3.5 / 8.9 2198 3.3 / 8.2 1510 3 / 7.6 1085 1148 2.9 / 7.2 628 848 2.6 / 6.4 396 583 2.1 / 5.2 265 387 1.6 / 4 186 269 1.5 / 3.1 136 193 1.5 / 3 102 143 1.5 / 3 79 107 1.5 / 3

16”

10134 15149 7.6 / 18.9 11.3 / 28.3 5378 7026 5.4 / 13.4 7 / 17.5 3658 4570 4.6 / 11.4 5.7 / 14.2 2770 3385 4.1 / 10.4 5.1 / 12.7 1863 2226 3.7 / 9.3 4.5 / 11.1 1402 1657 3.5 / 8.8 4.2 / 10.4 1029 1122 1318 3.4 / 8.5 4 / 9.9 648 967 846 1088 3 / 7.5 3.8 / 9.6 434 648 639 830 2.6 / 6.5 3.4 / 8.4 305 455 445 653 2 / 5.1 3 / 7.5 222 332 321 484 1.7 / 4.1 2.5 / 6.2 167 249 238 360 1.5 / 3.4 2 / 5.1 129 192 181 274 1.5 / 3 1.7 / 4.3

18”

20”

9224 12303 9.2 / 23 12.2 / 30.6 5670 7023 7.1 / 17.7 8.7 / 21.9 4091 4911 6.1 / 15.3 7.3 / 18.4 2624 3063 5.2 / 13.1 6.1 / 15.3 1930 2223 4.8 / 12.1 5.6 / 13.9 1524 1743 4.6 / 11.5 5.2 / 13.1 1259 1432 4.4 / 11.1 5 / 12.6 923 1037 1215 4.2 / 10.5 4.9 / 12.2 648 889 816 996 3.7 / 9.3 4.5 / 11.3 473 648 658 803 3.3 / 8.4 4.1 / 10.2 355 487 517 661 2.9 / 7.3 3.7 / 9.3 273 375 394 545 2.4 / 6.1 3.4 / 8.4

22”

24”

16921 16.8 / 42.1 8724 10.9 / 27.2 5873 8.8 / 22 3547 7.1 / 17.7 2538 6.4 / 15.9 1974 5.9 / 14.9 1614 5.7 / 14.2 1364 5.5 / 13.7 1180 5.4 / 13.4 863 962 4.9 / 12.2 648 792 4.4 / 11.1 499 662 4.1 / 10.2

10930 13.6 / 34 7019 10.5 / 26.2 4086 8.2 / 20.4 2878 7.2 / 18 2219 6.7 / 16.7 1804 6.3 / 15.9 1519 6.1 / 15.3 1311 6 / 14.9 1120 1134 5.7 / 14.4 841 934 5.2 / 13 648 781 4.8 / 12

The PLF load values in this table are based on the LVL member having lateral bracing at 24” o.c. or less along its entire length. 1-3/4” LVL members 16” and deeper and 1-1/2” LVL members 14” and deeper, must be a minimum of 2 plies unless designed by a design professional. Allowable PLF loads for single or multiple ply 1-1/2” thick LVL members can be obtained by multiplying the table values by 0.85. (Required bearing lengths are the same) This table may be used for either simple or multiple spans. Key to Table: Span is centerline of bearing to centerline of bearing. LL = Maximum live load –  limits deflection to L/360 Loads shown can be applied to the beam in addition to its own weight. TL = Maximum total load – limits deflections to L/240 See page 36 for details on attaching multiple ply members. BRG = Required end/interior bearing length (inches),

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12

14

16

18

20

22

24

28

30

32

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

377 560 1.5 / 3 159 233 1.5 / 3 81 116 1.5 / 3 47 65 1.5 / 3

749 1116 1.5 / 3 316 467 1.5 / 3 162 235 1.5 / 3 94 133 1.5 / 3 59 81 1.5 / 3 39 52 1.5 / 3

1715 1765 1.8 / 4.4 724 1076 1.5 / 3.6 370 546 1.5 / 3 214 312 1.5 / 3 135 193 1.5 / 3 90 126 1.5 / 3 64 86 1.5 / 3 46 60 1.5 / 3

2379 2.4 / 5.9 1503 1672 2.2 / 5.6 769 1142 1.9 / 4.8 445 656 1.5 / 3.3 280 408 1.5 / 3 188 270 1.5 / 3 132 186 1.5 / 3 96 132 1.5 / 3 72 96 1.5 / 3 56 71 1.5 / 3 44 54 1.5 / 3

2460 2.5 / 6.1 1628 1726 2.3 / 5.8 834 1207 2 / 5.1 482 711 1.5 / 3.6 304 443 1.5 / 3 204 293 1.5 / 3 143 202 1.5 / 3 104 144 1.5 / 3 78 105 1.5 / 3 60 78 1.5 / 3 47 59 1.5 / 3

3065 3.1 / 7.7 2118 2.8 / 7.1 1384 1616 2.7 / 6.8 801 1148 2.3 / 5.8 504 742 1.8 / 4.4 338 492 1.5 / 3.4 237 341 1.5 / 3 173 245 1.5 / 3 130 180 1.5 / 3 100 135 1.5 / 3 79 103 1.5 / 3 63 80 1.5 / 3 51 62 1.5 / 3

3297 3.3 / 8.2 2264 3 / 7.6 1628 1723 2.9 / 7.2 942 1271 2.6 / 6.4 593 874 2.1 / 5.2 397 581 1.6 / 4 279 403 1.5 / 3.1 204 290 1.5 / 3 153 214 1.5 / 3 118 161 1.5 / 3 93 123 1.5 / 3 74 96 1.5 / 3 60 75 1.5 / 3 50 59 1.5 / 3

4155 4.1 / 10.4 2794 3.7 / 9.3 2102 3.5 / 8.8 1544 1684 3.4 / 8.5 972 1269 3 / 7.5 651 959 2.6 / 6.5 457 668 2 / 5.1 333 482 1.7 / 4.1 251 357 1.5 / 3.4 193 271 1.5 / 3 152 209 1.5 / 3 122 164 1.5 / 3 99 130 1.5 / 3 81 104 1.5 / 3

5077 5.1 / 12.7 3339 4.5 / 11.1 2485 4.2 / 10.4 1977 4 / 9.9 1451 1633 3.8 / 9.6 972 1245 3.4 / 8.4 683 979 3 / 7.5 498 726 2.5 / 6.2 374 540 2 / 5.1 288 411 1.7 / 4.3 227 319 1.5 / 3.7 181 251 1.5 / 3.2 147 200 1.5 / 3 122 161 1.5 / 3

6136 6.1 / 15.3 3936 5.2 / 13.1 2894 4.8 / 12.1 2286 4.6 / 11.5 1888 4.4 / 11.1 1384 1555 4.2 / 10.5 972 1224 3.7 / 9.3 709 987 3.3 / 8.4 532 775 2.9 / 7.3 410 592 2.4 / 6.1 323 460 2.1 / 5.2 258 364 1.8 / 4.5 210 291 1.6 / 3.9 173 236 1.5 / 3.4

7366 7.3 / 18.4 4594 6.1 / 15.3 3334 5.6 / 13.9 2614 5.2 / 13.1 2148 5 / 12.6 1822 4.9 / 12.2 1334 1494 4.5 / 11.3 972 1205 4.1 / 10.2 730 991 3.7 / 9.3 563 818 3.4 / 8.4 443 638 2.9 / 7.1 354 505 2.5 / 6.2 288 406 2.1 / 5.4 237 330 1.9 / 4.7

22”

24”

8809 10529 8.8 / 22 10.5 / 26.2 5321 6129 7.1 / 17.7 8.2 / 20.4 3807 4317 6.4 / 15.9 7.2 / 18 2961 3329 5.9 / 14.9 6.7 / 16.7 2420 2706 5.7 / 14.2 6.3 / 15.9 2045 2279 5.5 / 13.7 6.1 / 15.3 1770 1966 5.4 / 13.4 6 / 14.9 1294 1680 1443 1702 4.9 / 12.2 5.7 / 14.4 972 1262 1188 1401 4.4 / 11.1 5.2 / 13 749 972 994 1172 4.1 / 10.2 4.8 / 12 589 765 842 994 3.8 / 9.4 4.4 / 11 472 612 679 853 3.3 / 8.2 4.1 / 10.3 383 498 546 715 2.9 / 7.1 3.7 / 9.3 316 410 445 584 2.5 / 6.3 3.3 / 8.2

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10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

Depth

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

503 746 1.5 / 3 212 310 1.5 / 3 109 155 1.5 / 3 63 87 1.5 / 3 40 52 1.5 / 3

998 1488 1.5 / 3 421 622 1.5 / 3 216 314 1.5 / 3 125 178 1.5 / 3 79 108 1.5 / 3 53 69 1.5 / 3

2287 2353 1.8 / 4.4 965 1435 1.5 / 3.6 494 728 1.5 / 3 286 416 1.5 / 3 180 257 1.5 / 3 121 168 1.5 / 3 85 114 1.5 / 3 62 80 1.5 / 3 46 57 1.5 / 3

3172 2.4 / 5.9 2004 2229 2.2 / 5.6 1026 1523 1.9 / 4.8 594 874 1.5 / 3.3 374 545 1.5 / 3 250 360 1.5 / 3 176 248 1.5 / 3 128 176 1.5 / 3 96 128 1.5 / 3 74 95 1.5 / 3 58 71 1.5 / 3 47 54 1.5 / 3

3280 2.5 / 6.1 2171 2301 2.3 / 5.8 1111 1610 2 / 5.1 643 948 1.5 / 3.6 405 591 1.5 / 3 271 390 1.5 / 3 191 269 1.5 / 3 139 192 1.5 / 3 104 140 1.5 / 3 80 104 1.5 / 3 63 78 1.5 / 3 51 59 1.5 / 3

4087 3.1 / 7.7 2823 2.8 / 7.1 1846 2154 2.7 / 6.8 1068 1531 2.3 / 5.8 673 989 1.8 / 4.4 451 656 1.5 / 3.4 316 455 1.5 / 3 231 326 1.5 / 3 173 240 1.5 / 3 134 181 1.5 / 3 105 138 1.5 / 3 84 106 1.5 / 3 68 83 1.5 / 3 56 65 1.5 / 3

4396 3.3 / 8.2 3019 3 / 7.6 2171 2297 2.9 / 7.2 1256 1695 2.6 / 6.4 791 1166 2.1 / 5.2 530 774 1.6 / 4 372 538 1.5 / 3.1 271 386 1.5 / 3 204 285 1.5 / 3 157 215 1.5 / 3 124 164 1.5 / 3 99 128 1.5 / 3 80 100 1.5 / 3 66 79 1.5 / 3

5539 4.1 / 10.4 3725 3.7 / 9.3 2803 3.5 / 8.8 2058 2245 3.4 / 8.5 1296 1692 3 / 7.5 868 1278 2.6 / 6.5 610 890 2 / 5.1 445 642 1.7 / 4.1 334 477 1.5 / 3.4 257 361 1.5 / 3 202 279 1.5 / 3 162 219 1.5 / 3 132 173 1.5 / 3 109 138 1.5 / 3

6769 5.1 / 12.7 4452 4.5 / 11.1 3313 4.2 / 10.4 2636 4 / 9.9 1935 2177 3.8 / 9.6 1296 1660 3.4 / 8.4 910 1306 3 / 7.5 664 968 2.5 / 6.2 499 720 2 / 5.1 384 548 1.7 / 4.3 302 425 1.5 / 3.7 242 335 1.5 / 3.2 197 267 1.5 / 3 162 215 1.5 / 3

8182 6.1 / 15.3 5249 5.2 / 13.1 3859 4.8 / 12.1 3049 4.6 / 11.5 2517 4.4 / 11.1 1846 2074 4.2 / 10.5 1296 1632 3.7 / 9.3 945 1316 3.3 / 8.4 710 1033 2.9 / 7.3 547 789 2.4 / 6.1 430 614 2.1 / 5.2 344 485 1.8 / 4.5 280 389 1.6 / 3.9 231 315 1.5 / 3.4

9821 7.3 / 18.4 6125 6.1 / 15.3 4445 5.6 / 13.9 3485 5.2 / 13.1 2864 5 / 12.6 2429 4.9 / 12.2 1778 1992 4.5 / 11.3 1296 1607 4.1 / 10.2 974 1322 3.7 / 9.3 750 1090 3.4 / 8.4 590 850 2.9 / 7.1 472 674 2.5 / 6.2 384 541 2.1 / 5.4 316 440 1.9 / 4.7

22”

24”

11746 14038 8.8 / 22 10.5 / 26.2 7094 8171 7.1 / 17.7 8.2 / 20.4 5075 5756 6.4 / 15.9 7.2 / 18 3947 4438 5.9 / 14.9 6.7 / 16.7 3227 3608 5.7 / 14.2 6.3 / 15.9 2727 3038 5.5 / 13.7 6.1 / 15.3 2360 2622 5.4 / 13.4 6 / 14.9 1725 2240 1924 2269 4.9 / 12.2 5.7 / 14.4 1296 1683 1584 1868 4.4 / 11.1 5.2 / 13 998 1296 1325 1563 4.1 / 10.2 4.8 / 12 785 1020 1123 1325 3.8 / 9.4 4.4 / 11 629 816 905 1137 3.3 / 8.2 4.1 / 10.3 511 664 728 954 2.9 / 7.1 3.7 / 9.3 421 547 593 778 2.5 / 6.3 3.3 / 8.2

1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL - 100% FLOOR (PLF)

26

Depth

RigidLam® LVL

3-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 100% Floor (PLF)

Refer to notes on page 44

RoseburgFramingSystem®

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18

20

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24

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

853 1.5 / 3.2 603 1.5 / 3 326 432 1.5 / 3 188 249 1.5 / 3 80 104 1.5 / 3 41 52 1.5 / 3

1144 1.7 / 4.3 793 1.6 / 4 606 1.5 / 3.8 374 464 1.5 / 3.5 158 208 1.5 / 3 81 105 1.5 / 3 47 60 1.5 / 3

1681 2.5 / 6.3 1126 2.2 / 5.6 846 2.1 / 5.3 677 2 / 5.1 362 437 1.7 / 4.4 185 244 1.5 / 3.1 107 140 1.5 / 3 68 87 1.5 / 3 45 57 1.5 / 3

2469 3.7 / 9.2 1575 3.1 / 7.8 1156 2.9 / 7.2 912 2.7 / 6.8 642 2.6 / 6.4 385 441 2.2 / 5.5 223 293 1.8 / 4.4 140 183 1.5 / 3.3 94 121 1.5 / 3 66 84 1.5 / 3 48 60 1.5 / 3

2584 3.9 / 9.6 1637 3.3 / 8.2 1198 3 / 7.5 944 2.8 / 7.1 662 2.6 / 6.6 417 463 2.3 / 5.8 241 317 1.9 / 4.8 152 198 1.5 / 3.5 102 132 1.5 / 3 71 91 1.5 / 3 52 65 1.5 / 3

3537 5.3 / 13.2 2120 4.2 / 10.6 1513 3.8 / 9.4 1176 3.5 / 8.8 812 3.2 / 8.1 620 3.1 / 7.8 401 441 2.7 / 6.6 252 323 2.3 / 5.7 169 220 1.8 / 4.5 119 153 1.5 / 3.5 87 110 1.5 / 3 65 82 1.5 / 3 50 62 1.5 / 3

3954 5.9 / 14.8 2315 4.6 / 11.5 1636 4.1 / 10.2 1265 3.8 / 9.5 869 3.5 / 8.7 661 3.3 / 8.3 471 488 2.9 / 7.4 297 357 2.5 / 6.3 199 260 2.1 / 5.3 140 181 1.7 / 4.2 102 130 1.5 / 3.4 76 97 1.5 / 3 59 73 1.5 / 3

5828 8.7 / 21.7 3093 6.2 / 15.4 2104 5.2 / 13.1 1593 4.8 / 11.9 1072 4.3 / 10.7 807 4 / 10.1 646 3.9 / 9.7 486 487 3.4 / 8.6 326 372 3 / 7.5 229 292 2.7 / 6.7 167 216 2.2 / 5.5 125 161 1.8 / 4.6 96 123 1.5 / 3.8

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18”

20”

22”

24”

PPL ICA BLE

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Depth

TA

Span (ft)

NO

RigidLam® LVL

1-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 115% Roof Snow (PLF)

2-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 115% Roof Snow (PLF) Span (ft) 3

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43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

1706 1.5 / 3.2 1206 1.5 / 3 651 865 1.5 / 3 377 499 1.5 / 3 159 208 1.5 / 3 81 105 1.5 / 3 47 59 1.5 / 3

2287 1.7 / 4.3 1585 1.6 / 4 1213 1.5 / 3.8 749 927 1.5 / 3.5 316 416 1.5 / 3 162 211 1.5 / 3 94 120 1.5 / 3 59 74 1.5 / 3

3361 2.5 / 6.3 2251 2.2 / 5.6 1691 2.1 / 5.3 1354 2 / 5.1 724 874 1.7 / 4.4 370 488 1.5 / 3.1 214 280 1.5 / 3 135 174 1.5 / 3 90 114 1.5 / 3 64 78 1.5 / 3 46 55 1.5 / 3

4937 3.7 / 9.2 3150 3.1 / 7.8 2311 2.9 / 7.2 1825 2.7 / 6.8 1283 2.6 / 6.4 769 881 2.2 / 5.5 445 586 1.8 / 4.4 280 366 1.5 / 3.3 188 242 1.5 / 3 132 168 1.5 / 3 96 120 1.5 / 3 72 88 1.5 / 3 56 66 1.5 / 3

5168 3.9 / 9.6 3275 3.3 / 8.2 2395 3 / 7.5 1887 2.8 / 7.1 1324 2.6 / 6.6 834 927 2.3 / 5.8 482 635 1.9 / 4.8 304 397 1.5 / 3.5 204 263 1.5 / 3 143 182 1.5 / 3 104 131 1.5 / 3 78 96 1.5 / 3 60 72 1.5 / 3

7074 5.3 / 13.2 4241 4.2 / 10.6 3026 3.8 / 9.4 2351 3.5 / 8.8 1625 3.2 / 8.1 1240 3.1 / 7.8 801 882 2.7 / 6.6 504 645 2.3 / 5.7 338 441 1.8 / 4.5 237 307 1.5 / 3.5 173 221 1.5 / 3 130 163 1.5 / 3 100 124 1.5 / 3

7907 5.9 / 14.8 4631 4.6 / 11.5 3272 4.1 / 10.2 2529 3.8 / 9.5 1738 3.5 / 8.7 1322 3.3 / 8.3 942 976 2.9 / 7.4 593 715 2.5 / 6.3 397 520 2.1 / 5.3 279 362 1.7 / 4.2 204 261 1.5 / 3.4 153 193 1.5 / 3 118 147 1.5 / 3

11656 8.7 / 21.7 6186 6.2 / 15.4 4208 5.2 / 13.1 3187 4.8 / 11.9 2144 4.3 / 10.7 1614 4 / 10.1 1293 3.9 / 9.7 972 975 3.4 / 8.6 651 743 3 / 7.5 457 585 2.7 / 6.7 333 432 2.2 / 5.5 251 322 1.8 / 4.6 193 245 1.5 / 3.8

16”

18”

17424 13 / 32.5 8082 10610 8 / 20.1 10.6 / 26.4 5258 6523 6.5 / 16.4 8.1 / 20.3 3894 4707 5.8 / 14.6 7 / 17.6 2562 3020 5.1 / 12.8 6 / 15.1 1907 2221 4.8 / 11.9 5.6 / 13.9 1518 1755 4.6 / 11.4 5.3 / 13.2 1254 1450 4.4 / 11 5.1 / 12.7 957 1195 3.9 / 9.6 4.8 / 12 683 753 941 3.4 / 8.6 4.3 / 10.7 498 709 607 759 3.1 / 7.7 3.8 / 9.6 374 532 485 625 2.7 / 6.8 3.5 / 8.7 288 410 370 522 2.3 / 5.7 3.2 / 8

20”

22”

24”

14151 14.1 / 35.2 8079 10.1 / 25.1 5650 8.4 / 21.1 3525 7 / 17.6 2559 6.4 / 16 2007 6 / 15.1 1649 5.8 / 14.5 1399 5.6 / 14.1 1148 5.2 / 13 927 4.7 / 11.7 730 763 4.3 / 10.7 563 638 3.9 / 9.8

19462 19.4 / 48.4 10035 12.5 / 31.2 6757 10.1 / 25.3 4082 8.2 / 20.4 2921 7.3 / 18.3 2273 6.8 / 17.1 1858 6.5 / 16.3 1571 6.3 / 15.8 1360 6.2 / 15.4 1109 5.6 / 14 914 5.1 / 12.7 749 765 4.7 / 11.7

12573 15.6 / 39.1 8075 12.1 / 30.2 4702 9.4 / 23.5 3313 8.3 / 20.7 2555 7.7 / 19.2 2078 7.3 / 18.3 1750 7 / 17.6 1511 6.8 / 17.1 1308 6.6 / 16.5 1077 6 / 15 902 5.5 / 13.8

The PLF load values in this table are based on the LVL member having lateral bracing at 24” o.c. or less along its entire length. 1-3/4” LVL members 16” and deeper and 1-1/2” LVL members 14” and deeper, must be a minimum of 2 plies unless designed by a design professional. Allowable PLF loads for single or multiple ply 1-1/2” thick LVL members can be obtained by multiplying the table values by 0.85. (Required bearing lengths are the same) This table may be used for either simple or multiple spans. Key to Table: Span is centerline of bearing to centerline of bearing. LL = Maximum live load –  limits deflection to L/240 Loads shown can be applied to the beam in addition to its own weight. TL = Maximum total load – limits deflections to L/180 See page 36 for details on attaching multiple ply members. BRG = Required end/interior bearing length (inches),

RoseburgFramingSystem®

based on bearing stress of 575 psi.


Span (ft) 6

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12

14

16

18

20

24

26

28

30

32

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

565 748 1.5 / 3 239 312 1.5 / 3 122 157 1.5 / 3 71 88 1.5 / 3 45 54 1.5 / 3

1123 1391 1.5 / 3.5 474 625 1.5 / 3 243 316 1.5 / 3 140 180 1.5 / 3 88 111 1.5 / 3 59 72 1.5 / 3

2031 2 / 5.1 1085 1311 1.7 / 4.4 556 731 1.5 / 3.1 322 419 1.5 / 3 203 261 1.5 / 3 136 171 1.5 / 3 95 118 1.5 / 3 69 83 1.5 / 3 52 60 1.5 / 3

2737 2.7 / 6.8 1925 2.6 / 6.4 1154 1322 2.2 / 5.5 668 878 1.8 / 4.4 421 549 1.5 / 3.3 282 364 1.5 / 3 198 252 1.5 / 3 144 180 1.5 / 3 108 132 1.5 / 3 83 99 1.5 / 3 66 75 1.5 / 3 53 58 1.5 / 3

2831 2.8 / 7.1 1986 2.6 / 6.6 1250 1390 2.3 / 5.8 724 952 1.9 / 4.8 456 595 1.5 / 3.5 305 395 1.5 / 3 214 273 1.5 / 3 156 196 1.5 / 3 117 144 1.5 / 3 90 108 1.5 / 3 71 82 1.5 / 3 57 63 1.5 / 3

3527 3.5 / 8.8 2437 3.2 / 8.1 1860 3.1 / 7.8 1202 1323 2.7 / 6.6 757 968 2.3 / 5.7 507 661 1.8 / 4.5 356 460 1.5 / 3.5 260 331 1.5 / 3 195 245 1.5 / 3 150 186 1.5 / 3 118 143 1.5 / 3 95 111 1.5 / 3 77 88 1.5 / 3 63 70 1.5 / 3

3794 3.8 / 9.5 2606 3.5 / 8.7 1983 3.3 / 8.3 1413 1464 2.9 / 7.4 890 1072 2.5 / 6.3 596 779 2.1 / 5.3 419 543 1.7 / 4.2 305 391 1.5 / 3.4 229 290 1.5 / 3 177 220 1.5 / 3 139 170 1.5 / 3 111 133 1.5 / 3 90 105 1.5 / 3 75 84 1.5 / 3

4780 4.8 / 11.9 3216 4.3 / 10.7 2420 4 / 10.1 1939 3.9 / 9.7 1458 1462 3.4 / 8.6 977 1115 3 / 7.5 686 877 2.7 / 6.7 500 649 2.2 / 5.5 376 483 1.8 / 4.6 289 368 1.5 / 3.8 228 285 1.5 / 3.3 182 225 1.5 / 3 148 179 1.5 / 3 122 144 1.5 / 3

5842 5.8 / 14.6 3843 5.1 / 12.8 2861 4.8 / 11.9 2277 4.6 / 11.4 1881 4.4 / 11 1435 3.9 / 9.6 1024 1129 3.4 / 8.6 747 911 3.1 / 7.7 561 727 2.7 / 6.8 432 555 2.3 / 5.7 340 432 2 / 4.9 272 342 1.7 / 4.2 221 274 1.5 / 3.7 182 222 1.5 / 3.2

7060 7 / 17.6 4530 6 / 15.1 3332 5.6 / 13.9 2633 5.3 / 13.2 2175 5.1 / 12.7 1792 4.8 / 12 1411 4.3 / 10.7 1063 1139 3.8 / 9.6 799 937 3.5 / 8.7 615 783 3.2 / 8 484 622 2.8 / 6.9 387 493 2.4 / 6 315 396 2.1 / 5.2 260 322 1.8 / 4.6

20”

22”

8475 10135 8.4 / 21.1 10.1 / 25.3 5287 6123 7 / 17.6 8.2 / 20.4 3838 4382 6.4 / 16 7.3 / 18.3 3010 3409 6 / 15.1 6.8 / 17.1 2474 2788 5.8 / 14.5 6.5 / 16.3 2099 2357 5.6 / 14.1 6.3 / 15.8 1722 2040 5.2 / 13 6.2 / 15.4 1390 1664 4.7 / 11.7 5.6 / 14 1096 1144 1370 4.3 / 10.7 5.1 / 12.7 844 1123 957 1147 3.9 / 9.8 4.7 / 11.7 664 883 812 973 3.6 / 9 4.3 / 10.8 531 707 682 835 3.3 / 8.2 4 / 10 432 575 550 724 2.9 / 7.2 3.7 / 9.3 356 474 448 603 2.5 / 6.3 3.3 / 8.4

24” 12113 12.1 / 30.2 7053 9.4 / 23.5 4969 8.3 / 20.7 3833 7.7 / 19.2 3117 7.3 / 18.3 2625 7 / 17.6 2266 6.8 / 17.1 1962 6.6 / 16.5 1616 6 / 15 1353 5.5 / 13.8 1147 1148 5.1 / 12.7 918 985 4.7 / 11.8 747 854 4.4 / 11 615 747 4.1 / 10.3

4-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 115% Roof Snow (PLF) Span (ft) 6

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43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

754 997 1.5 / 3 318 416 1.5 / 3 163 209 1.5 / 3 94 118 1.5 / 3 59 71 1.5 / 3

1498 1855 1.5 / 3.5 632 833 1.5 / 3 324 422 1.5 / 3 187 240 1.5 / 3 118 148 1.5 / 3 79 96 1.5 / 3 55 64 1.5 / 3

2708 2 / 5.1 1447 1748 1.7 / 4.4 741 975 1.5 / 3.1 429 559 1.5 / 3 270 347 1.5 / 3 181 229 1.5 / 3 127 157 1.5 / 3 93 111 1.5 / 3 70 80 1.5 / 3 54 59 1.5 / 3

3650 2.7 / 6.8 2566 2.6 / 6.4 1539 1763 2.2 / 5.5 891 1171 1.8 / 4.4 561 732 1.5 / 3.3 376 485 1.5 / 3 264 336 1.5 / 3 192 240 1.5 / 3 145 177 1.5 / 3 111 132 1.5 / 3 88 101 1.5 / 3 70 77 1.5 / 3 57 60 1.5 / 3

3775 2.8 / 7.1 2649 2.6 / 6.6 1667 1853 2.3 / 5.8 965 1270 1.9 / 4.8 608 793 1.5 / 3.5 407 526 1.5 / 3 286 365 1.5 / 3 208 261 1.5 / 3 157 192 1.5 / 3 121 144 1.5 / 3 95 110 1.5 / 3 76 85 1.5 / 3 62 66 1.5 / 3 51 51 1.5 / 3

4703 3.5 / 8.8 3250 3.2 / 8.1 2481 3.1 / 7.8 1602 1763 2.7 / 6.6 1009 1290 2.3 / 5.7 676 882 1.8 / 4.5 475 613 1.5 / 3.5 346 442 1.5 / 3 260 327 1.5 / 3 200 247 1.5 / 3 158 190 1.5 / 3 126 148 1.5 / 3 103 117 1.5 / 3 84 93 1.5 / 3

5058 3.8 / 9.5 3475 3.5 / 8.7 2644 3.3 / 8.3 1884 1953 2.9 / 7.4 1187 1429 2.5 / 6.3 795 1039 2.1 / 5.3 558 724 1.7 / 4.2 407 522 1.5 / 3.4 306 387 1.5 / 3 236 293 1.5 / 3 185 226 1.5 / 3 148 177 1.5 / 3 121 140 1.5 / 3 99 112 1.5 / 3

6374 4.8 / 11.9 4288 4.3 / 10.7 3227 4 / 10.1 2585 3.9 / 9.7 1944 1950 3.4 / 8.6 1303 1487 3 / 7.5 915 1170 2.7 / 6.7 667 865 2.2 / 5.5 501 644 1.8 / 4.6 386 490 1.5 / 3.8 304 380 1.5 / 3.3 243 300 1.5 / 3 198 239 1.5 / 3 163 193 1.5 / 3

7789 5.8 / 14.6 5124 5.1 / 12.8 3814 4.8 / 11.9 3035 4.6 / 11.4 2508 4.4 / 11 1913 3.9 / 9.6 1366 1506 3.4 / 8.6 996 1215 3.1 / 7.7 748 969 2.7 / 6.8 576 740 2.3 / 5.7 453 576 2 / 4.9 363 456 1.7 / 4.2 295 365 1.5 / 3.7 243 296 1.5 / 3.2

9414 7 / 17.6 6041 6 / 15.1 4443 5.6 / 13.9 3511 5.3 / 13.2 2900 5.1 / 12.7 2390 4.8 / 12 1882 4.3 / 10.7 1418 1518 3.8 / 9.6 1065 1249 3.5 / 8.7 820 1045 3.2 / 8 645 829 2.8 / 6.9 517 657 2.4 / 6 420 529 2.1 / 5.2 346 430 1.8 / 4.6

20”

22”

11299 13514 8.4 / 21.1 10.1 / 25.3 7049 8164 7 / 17.6 8.2 / 20.4 5117 5843 6.4 / 16 7.3 / 18.3 4013 4545 6 / 15.1 6.8 / 17.1 3299 3717 5.8 / 14.5 6.5 / 16.3 2799 3142 5.6 / 14.1 6.3 / 15.8 2296 2720 5.2 / 13 6.2 / 15.4 1853 2219 4.7 / 11.7 5.6 / 14 1461 1525 1827 4.3 / 10.7 5.1 / 12.7 1125 1498 1276 1529 3.9 / 9.8 4.7 / 11.7 885 1178 1082 1297 3.6 / 9 4.3 / 10.8 709 943 910 1113 3.3 / 8.2 4 / 10 576 767 733 965 2.9 / 7.2 3.7 / 9.3 475 632 598 804 2.5 / 6.3 3.3 / 8.4

24” 16150 12.1 / 30.2 9403 9.4 / 23.5 6625 8.3 / 20.7 5110 7.7 / 19.2 4156 7.3 / 18.3 3500 7 / 17.6 3021 6.8 / 17.1 2615 6.6 / 16.5 2154 6 / 15 1803 5.5 / 13.8 1529 1530 5.1 / 12.7 1224 1314 4.7 / 11.8 996 1139 4.4 / 11 820 996 4.1 / 10.3

1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL - 115% ROOF SNOW (PLF)

22

Depth

RigidLam® LVL

3-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 115% Roof Snow (PLF)

Refer to notes on page 46

RoseburgFramingSystem®

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4

5

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

927 1.5 / 3.5 636 655 1.5 / 3.3 326 432 1.5 / 3 188 249 1.5 / 3 80 104 1.5 / 3 41 52 1.5 / 3

1243 1.9 / 4.6 862 1.7 / 4.3 647 659 1.6 / 4.1 374 497 1.5 / 3.7 158 208 1.5 / 3 81 105 1.5 / 3 47 60 1.5 / 3

1827 2.7 / 6.8 1224 2.4 / 6.1 920 2.3 / 5.7 736 2.2 / 5.5 362 475 1.9 / 4.8 185 244 1.5 / 3.1 107 140 1.5 / 3 68 87 1.5 / 3 45 57 1.5 / 3

2684 4 / 10 1712 3.4 / 8.5 1257 3.1 / 7.8 992 3 / 7.4 698 2.8 / 7 385 479 2.4 / 6 223 293 1.8 / 4.4 140 183 1.5 / 3.3 94 121 1.5 / 3 66 84 1.5 / 3 48 60 1.5 / 3

2809 4.2 / 10.5 1780 3.5 / 8.9 1302 3.2 / 8.1 1026 3.1 / 7.7 720 2.9 / 7.2 417 504 2.5 / 6.3 241 317 1.9 / 4.8 152 198 1.5 / 3.5 102 132 1.5 / 3 71 91 1.5 / 3 52 65 1.5 / 3

3845 5.7 / 14.3 2305 4.6 / 11.5 1645 4.1 / 10.2 1278 3.8 / 9.6 884 3.5 / 8.8 674 3.4 / 8.4 401 480 2.9 / 7.2 252 331 2.3 / 5.8 169 220 1.8 / 4.5 119 153 1.5 / 3.5 87 110 1.5 / 3 65 82 1.5 / 3 50 62 1.5 / 3

4298 6.4 / 16 2517 5 / 12.5 1779 4.4 / 11.1 1375 4.1 / 10.3 945 3.8 / 9.4 719 3.6 / 9 471 531 3.2 / 8 297 389 2.7 / 6.9 199 260 2.1 / 5.3 140 181 1.7 / 4.2 102 130 1.5 / 3.4 76 97 1.5 / 3 59 73 1.5 / 3

6335 9.5 / 23.6 3363 6.7 / 16.7 2287 5.7 / 14.2 1733 5.2 / 13 1166 4.7 / 11.6 877 4.4 / 11 703 4.2 / 10.6 486 530 3.7 / 9.3 326 405 3.3 / 8.2 229 299 2.7 / 6.8 167 216 2.2 / 5.5 125 161 1.8 / 4.6 96 123 1.5 / 3.8

16”

18”

20”

22”

24”

PPL ICA BLE

3

Depth

TA

Span (ft)

NO

RigidLam® LVL 1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL - 125% ROOF NON-SNOW (PLF) 48

1-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 125% Roof Non-Snow (PLF)

2-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 125% Roof Non-Snow (PLF) Span (ft) 3

4

5

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

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Depth

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

1855 1.5 / 3.5 1272 1311 1.5 / 3.3 651 865 1.5 / 3 377 499 1.5 / 3 159 208 1.5 / 3 81 105 1.5 / 3 47 59 1.5 / 3

2486 1.9 / 4.6 1724 1.7 / 4.3 1294 1319 1.6 / 4.1 749 994 1.5 / 3.7 316 416 1.5 / 3 162 211 1.5 / 3 94 120 1.5 / 3 59 74 1.5 / 3

3654 2.7 / 6.8 2448 2.4 / 6.1 1839 2.3 / 5.7 1472 2.2 / 5.5 724 950 1.9 / 4.8 370 488 1.5 / 3.1 214 280 1.5 / 3 135 174 1.5 / 3 90 114 1.5 / 3 64 78 1.5 / 3 46 55 1.5 / 3

5367 4 / 10 3424 3.4 / 8.5 2513 3.1 / 7.8 1984 3 / 7.4 1395 2.8 / 7 769 959 2.4 / 6 445 586 1.8 / 4.4 280 366 1.5 / 3.3 188 242 1.5 / 3 132 168 1.5 / 3 96 120 1.5 / 3 72 88 1.5 / 3 56 66 1.5 / 3

5619 4.2 / 10.5 3560 3.5 / 8.9 2604 3.2 / 8.1 2052 3.1 / 7.7 1440 2.9 / 7.2 834 1008 2.5 / 6.3 482 635 1.9 / 4.8 304 397 1.5 / 3.5 204 263 1.5 / 3 143 182 1.5 / 3 104 131 1.5 / 3 78 96 1.5 / 3 60 72 1.5 / 3

7690 5.7 / 14.3 4610 4.6 / 11.5 3290 4.1 / 10.2 2557 3.8 / 9.6 1767 3.5 / 8.8 1349 3.4 / 8.4 801 959 2.9 / 7.2 504 663 2.3 / 5.8 338 441 1.8 / 4.5 237 307 1.5 / 3.5 173 221 1.5 / 3 130 163 1.5 / 3 100 124 1.5 / 3

8595 6.4 / 16 5034 5 / 12.5 3558 4.4 / 11.1 2750 4.1 / 10.3 1890 3.8 / 9.4 1438 3.6 / 9 942 1062 3.2 / 8 593 778 2.7 / 6.9 397 520 2.1 / 5.3 279 362 1.7 / 4.2 204 261 1.5 / 3.4 153 193 1.5 / 3 118 147 1.5 / 3

14”

16”

12670 18940 9.5 / 23.6 14.1 / 35.3 6725 8786 6.7 / 16.7 8.7 / 21.9 4575 5716 5.7 / 14.2 7.1 / 17.8 3465 4234 5.2 / 13 6.3 / 15.8 2331 2786 4.7 / 11.6 5.6 / 13.9 1755 2074 4.4 / 11 5.2 / 13 1406 1651 4.2 / 10.6 5 / 12.4 972 1061 1364 3.7 / 9.3 4.8 / 12 651 972 809 1041 3.3 / 8.2 4.2 / 10.5 457 683 598 820 2.7 / 6.8 3.7 / 9.3 333 498 432 650 2.2 / 5.5 3.3 / 8.2 251 374 322 485 1.8 / 4.6 2.7 / 6.8 193 288 245 370 1.5 / 3.8 2.3 / 5.7

18”

20”

22”

24”

11534 11.5 / 28.7 7092 8.8 / 22.1 5118 7.7 / 19.1 3284 6.6 / 16.4 2416 6 / 15.1 1909 5.7 / 14.3 1577 5.5 / 13.9 1300 5.2 / 13.1 972 1024 4.6 / 11.6 709 826 4.2 / 10.5 532 680 3.8 / 9.5 410 531 3.3 / 8.2

15383 15.3 / 38.3 8783 10.9 / 27.3 6143 9.2 / 23 3833 7.7 / 19.1 2783 7 / 17.4 2183 6.6 / 16.4 1794 6.3 / 15.8 1523 6.1 / 15.3 1249 5.7 / 14.2 972 1009 5.1 / 12.7 730 831 4.6 / 11.6 563 695 4.2 / 10.6

21156 21 / 52.6 10910 13.6 / 33.9 7346 11 / 27.4 4439 8.9 / 22.2 3177 7.9 / 19.9 2472 7.4 / 18.6 2022 7.1 / 17.7 1709 6.9 / 17.2 1480 6.7 / 16.8 1208 6.1 / 15.2 972 995 5.5 / 13.9 749 833 5.1 / 12.7

13668 17 / 42.5 8779 13.1 / 32.8 5112 10.2 / 25.5 3603 9 / 22.5 2779 8.3 / 20.9 2260 7.9 / 19.8 1904 7.7 / 19.1 1644 7.4 / 18.6 1423 7.2 / 17.9 1173 6.5 / 16.3 972 982 6 / 15

The PLF load values in this table are based on the LVL member having lateral bracing at 24” o.c. or less along its entire length. 1-3/4” LVL members 16” and deeper and 1-1/2” LVL members 14” and deeper, must be a minimum of 2 plies unless designed by a design professional. Allowable PLF loads for single or multiple ply 1-1/2” thick LVL members can be obtained by multiplying the table values by 0.85. (Required bearing lengths are the same) This table may be used for either simple or multiple spans. Key to Table: Span is centerline of bearing to centerline of bearing. LL = Maximum live load –  limits deflection to L/240 Loads shown can be applied to the beam in addition to its own weight. TL = Maximum total load – limits deflections to L/180 See page 36 for details on attaching multiple ply members. BRG = Required end/interior bearing length (inches),

RoseburgFramingSystem®

based on bearing stress of 575 psi.


Span (ft) 6

8

10

12

14

16

18

22

24

26

28

30

32

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

565 748 1.5 / 3 239 312 1.5 / 3 122 157 1.5 / 3 71 88 1.5 / 3 45 54 1.5 / 3

1123 1490 1.5 / 3.7 474 625 1.5 / 3 243 316 1.5 / 3 140 180 1.5 / 3 88 111 1.5 / 3 59 72 1.5 / 3

2209 2.2 / 5.5 1085 1426 1.9 / 4.8 556 731 1.5 / 3.1 322 419 1.5 / 3 203 261 1.5 / 3 136 171 1.5 / 3 95 118 1.5 / 3 69 83 1.5 / 3 52 60 1.5 / 3

2976 3 / 7.4 2093 2.8 / 7 1154 1438 2.4 / 6 668 878 1.8 / 4.4 421 549 1.5 / 3.3 282 364 1.5 / 3 198 252 1.5 / 3 144 180 1.5 / 3 108 132 1.5 / 3 83 99 1.5 / 3 66 75 1.5 / 3 53 58 1.5 / 3

3078 3.1 / 7.7 2160 2.9 / 7.2 1250 1512 2.5 / 6.3 724 952 1.9 / 4.8 456 595 1.5 / 3.5 305 395 1.5 / 3 214 273 1.5 / 3 156 196 1.5 / 3 117 144 1.5 / 3 90 108 1.5 / 3 71 82 1.5 / 3 57 63 1.5 / 3

3835 3.8 / 9.6 2651 3.5 / 8.8 2023 3.4 / 8.4 1202 1439 2.9 / 7.2 757 994 2.3 / 5.8 507 661 1.8 / 4.5 356 460 1.5 / 3.5 260 331 1.5 / 3 195 245 1.5 / 3 150 186 1.5 / 3 118 143 1.5 / 3 95 111 1.5 / 3 77 88 1.5 / 3 63 70 1.5 / 3

4125 4.1 / 10.3 2834 3.8 / 9.4 2157 3.6 / 9 1413 1593 3.2 / 8 890 1166 2.7 / 6.9 596 779 2.1 / 5.3 419 543 1.7 / 4.2 305 391 1.5 / 3.4 229 290 1.5 / 3 177 220 1.5 / 3 139 170 1.5 / 3 111 133 1.5 / 3 90 105 1.5 / 3 75 84 1.5 / 3

5198 5.2 / 13 3497 4.7 / 11.6 2632 4.4 / 11 2109 4.2 / 10.6 1458 1591 3.7 / 9.3 977 1214 3.3 / 8.2 686 897 2.7 / 6.8 500 649 2.2 / 5.5 376 483 1.8 / 4.6 289 368 1.5 / 3.8 228 285 1.5 / 3.3 182 225 1.5 / 3 148 179 1.5 / 3 122 144 1.5 / 3

6351 6.3 / 15.8 4179 5.6 / 13.9 3111 5.2 / 13 2476 5 / 12.4 2046 4.8 / 12 1458 1562 4.2 / 10.5 1024 1230 3.7 / 9.3 747 975 3.3 / 8.2 561 727 2.7 / 6.8 432 555 2.3 / 5.7 340 432 2 / 4.9 272 342 1.7 / 4.2 221 274 1.5 / 3.7 182 222 1.5 / 3.2

7676 7.7 / 19.1 4926 6.6 / 16.4 3624 6 / 15.1 2864 5.7 / 14.3 2366 5.5 / 13.9 1950 5.2 / 13.1 1458 1536 4.6 / 11.6 1063 1240 4.2 / 10.5 799 1020 3.8 / 9.5 615 797 3.3 / 8.2 484 622 2.8 / 6.9 387 493 2.4 / 6 315 396 2.1 / 5.2 260 322 1.8 / 4.6

9214 9.2 / 23 5749 7.7 / 19.1 4174 7 / 17.4 3274 6.6 / 16.4 2691 6.3 / 15.8 2284 6.1 / 15.3 1874 5.7 / 14.2 1458 1513 5.1 / 12.7 1096 1246 4.6 / 11.6 844 1043 4.2 / 10.6 664 859 3.8 / 9.5 531 682 3.3 / 8.2 432 550 2.9 / 7.2 356 448 2.5 / 6.3

22”

24”

11019 13169 11 / 27.4 13.1 / 32.8 6658 7669 8.9 / 22.2 10.2 / 25.5 4765 5404 7.9 / 19.9 9 / 22.5 3708 4169 7.4 / 18.6 8.3 / 20.9 3033 3391 7.1 / 17.7 7.9 / 19.8 2564 2856 6.9 / 17.2 7.7 / 19.1 2220 2466 6.7 / 16.8 7.4 / 18.6 1811 2135 6.1 / 15.2 7.2 / 17.9 1458 1492 1759 5.5 / 13.9 6.5 / 16.3 1123 1458 1249 1473 5.1 / 12.7 6 / 15 883 1147 1060 1250 4.7 / 11.7 5.5 / 13.8 707 918 910 1074 4.4 / 10.9 5.1 / 12.8 575 747 738 931 3.8 / 9.5 4.8 / 12 474 615 603 789 3.3 / 8.4 4.3 / 10.9

4-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 125% Roof Non-Snow (PLF) Span (ft) 6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

Depth

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

754 997 1.5 / 3 318 416 1.5 / 3 163 209 1.5 / 3 94 118 1.5 / 3 59 71 1.5 / 3

1498 1987 1.5 / 3.7 632 833 1.5 / 3 324 422 1.5 / 3 187 240 1.5 / 3 118 148 1.5 / 3 79 96 1.5 / 3 55 64 1.5 / 3

2945 2.2 / 5.5 1447 1901 1.9 / 4.8 741 975 1.5 / 3.1 429 559 1.5 / 3 270 347 1.5 / 3 181 229 1.5 / 3 127 157 1.5 / 3 93 111 1.5 / 3 70 80 1.5 / 3 54 59 1.5 / 3

3968 3 / 7.4 2791 2.8 / 7 1539 1917 2.4 / 6 891 1171 1.8 / 4.4 561 732 1.5 / 3.3 376 485 1.5 / 3 264 336 1.5 / 3 192 240 1.5 / 3 145 177 1.5 / 3 111 132 1.5 / 3 88 101 1.5 / 3 70 77 1.5 / 3 57 60 1.5 / 3

4105 3.1 / 7.7 2880 2.9 / 7.2 1667 2016 2.5 / 6.3 965 1270 1.9 / 4.8 608 793 1.5 / 3.5 407 526 1.5 / 3 286 365 1.5 / 3 208 261 1.5 / 3 157 192 1.5 / 3 121 144 1.5 / 3 95 110 1.5 / 3 76 85 1.5 / 3 62 66 1.5 / 3 51 51 1.5 / 3

5114 3.8 / 9.6 3534 3.5 / 8.8 2698 3.4 / 8.4 1602 1918 2.9 / 7.2 1009 1326 2.3 / 5.8 676 882 1.8 / 4.5 475 613 1.5 / 3.5 346 442 1.5 / 3 260 327 1.5 / 3 200 247 1.5 / 3 158 190 1.5 / 3 126 148 1.5 / 3 103 117 1.5 / 3 84 93 1.5 / 3

5500 4.1 / 10.3 3779 3.8 / 9.4 2876 3.6 / 9 1884 2124 3.2 / 8 1187 1555 2.7 / 6.9 795 1039 2.1 / 5.3 558 724 1.7 / 4.2 407 522 1.5 / 3.4 306 387 1.5 / 3 236 293 1.5 / 3 185 226 1.5 / 3 148 177 1.5 / 3 121 140 1.5 / 3 99 112 1.5 / 3

6930 5.2 / 13 4662 4.7 / 11.6 3510 4.4 / 11 2812 4.2 / 10.6 1944 2121 3.7 / 9.3 1303 1618 3.3 / 8.2 915 1195 2.7 / 6.8 667 865 2.2 / 5.5 501 644 1.8 / 4.6 386 490 1.5 / 3.8 304 380 1.5 / 3.3 243 300 1.5 / 3 198 239 1.5 / 3 163 193 1.5 / 3

8469 6.3 / 15.8 5572 5.6 / 13.9 4148 5.2 / 13 3302 5 / 12.4 2728 4.8 / 12 1944 2082 4.2 / 10.5 1366 1639 3.7 / 9.3 996 1299 3.3 / 8.2 748 969 2.7 / 6.8 576 740 2.3 / 5.7 453 576 2 / 4.9 363 456 1.7 / 4.2 295 365 1.5 / 3.7 243 296 1.5 / 3.2

10235 7.7 / 19.1 6569 6.6 / 16.4 4832 6 / 15.1 3819 5.7 / 14.3 3155 5.5 / 13.9 2600 5.2 / 13.1 1944 2048 4.6 / 11.6 1418 1653 4.2 / 10.5 1065 1360 3.8 / 9.5 820 1062 3.3 / 8.2 645 829 2.8 / 6.9 517 657 2.4 / 6 420 529 2.1 / 5.2 346 430 1.8 / 4.6

12285 9.2 / 23 7665 7.7 / 19.1 5565 7 / 17.4 4365 6.6 / 16.4 3589 6.3 / 15.8 3045 6.1 / 15.3 2499 5.7 / 14.2 1944 2017 5.1 / 12.7 1461 1661 4.6 / 11.6 1125 1390 4.2 / 10.6 885 1145 3.8 / 9.5 709 910 3.3 / 8.2 576 733 2.9 / 7.2 475 598 2.5 / 6.3

22”

24”

14692 17558 11 / 27.4 13.1 / 32.8 8877 10225 8.9 / 22.2 10.2 / 25.5 6354 7205 7.9 / 19.9 9 / 22.5 4944 5558 7.4 / 18.6 8.3 / 20.9 4043 4521 7.1 / 17.7 7.9 / 19.8 3419 3808 6.9 / 17.2 7.7 / 19.1 2960 3288 6.7 / 16.8 7.4 / 18.6 2415 2847 6.1 / 15.2 7.2 / 17.9 1944 1989 2345 5.5 / 13.9 6.5 / 16.3 1498 1944 1665 1964 5.1 / 12.7 6 / 15 1178 1529 1413 1667 4.7 / 11.7 5.5 / 13.8 943 1224 1213 1432 4.4 / 10.9 5.1 / 12.8 767 996 984 1242 3.8 / 9.5 4.8 / 12 632 820 804 1052 3.3 / 8.4 4.3 / 10.9

Refer to notes on page 48

RoseburgFramingSystem®

1.5E RIGIDLAM LVL - 125% ROOF NON-SNOW (PLF)

20

Depth

RigidLam® LVL

3-ply 13/4” 1.5E RigidLam LVL - 125% Roof Non-Snow (PLF)

49


8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

2.0E RIGIDLAM LVL - 100% FLOOR (PLF)

24

26

28

30

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

168 249 1.5 / 3 71 104 1.5 / 3 36 52 1.5 / 3

333 497 1.5 / 3 140 208 1.5 / 3 72 105 1.5 / 3 42 60 1.5 / 3

762 763 1.8 / 4.4 322 479 1.5 / 3.7 165 244 1.5 / 3 95 140 1.5 / 3 60 87 1.5 / 3 40 57 1.5 / 3

1028 2.4 / 5.9 668 723 2.2 / 5.5 342 494 1.9 / 4.7 198 293 1.5 / 3.4 125 183 1.5 / 3 83 121 1.5 / 3 59 84 1.5 / 3 43 60 1.5 / 3

1064 2.4 / 6.1 724 746 2.3 / 5.7 370 520 2/5 214 317 1.5 / 3.7 135 198 1.5 / 3 90 132 1.5 / 3 64 91 1.5 / 3 46 65 1.5 / 3

1325 3 / 7.6 916 2.8 / 7 615 699 2.7 / 6.7 356 495 2.3 / 5.7 224 331 1.8 / 4.5 150 220 1.5 / 3.4 105 153 1.5 / 3 77 110 1.5 / 3 58 82 1.5 / 3 45 62 1.5 / 3

1425 3.3 / 8.2 979 3 / 7.5 724 745 2.9 / 7.1 419 548 2.5 / 6.3 264 390 2.1 / 5.3 177 260 1.6 / 4 124 181 1.5 / 3.2 90 130 1.5 / 3 68 97 1.5 / 3 52 73 1.5 / 3 41 57 1.5 / 3

1796 4.1 / 10.3 1208 3.7 / 9.3 910 3.5 / 8.7 686 729 3.4 / 8.4 432 547 3 / 7.4 289 417 2.6 / 6.5 203 299 2.1 / 5.2 148 216 1.7 / 4.2 111 161 1.5 / 3.5 86 123 1.5 / 3 67 95 1.5 / 3 54 75 1.5 / 3 44 60 1.5 / 3

16”

18”

20”

22”

24”

2-ply 13/4” 2.0E RigidLam LVL - 100% Floor (PLF) Span (ft) 6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

• • • • • • •

50

43/8”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

PPL ICA BLE

6

Depth

TA

Span (ft)

NO

RigidLam® LVL

1-ply 13/4” 2.0E RigidLam LVL - 100% Floor (PLF)

Depth

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

335 499 1.5 / 3 141 208 1.5 / 3 72 105 1.5 / 3 42 59 1.5 / 3

666 994 1.5 / 3 281 416 1.5 / 3 144 211 1.5 / 3 83 120 1.5 / 3 52 74 1.5 / 3

1525 1526 1.8 / 4.4 643 958 1.5 / 3.7 329 488 1.5 / 3 191 280 1.5 / 3 120 174 1.5 / 3 80 114 1.5 / 3 56 78 1.5 / 3 41 55 1.5 / 3

2057 2.4 / 5.9 1336 1446 2.2 / 5.5 684 989 1.9 / 4.7 396 586 1.5 / 3.4 249 366 1.5 / 3 167 242 1.5 / 3 117 168 1.5 / 3 85 120 1.5 / 3 64 88 1.5 / 3 49 66 1.5 / 3 39 50 1.5 / 3

2127 2.4 / 6.1 1447 1493 2.3 / 5.7 741 1040 2/5 429 635 1.5 / 3.7 270 397 1.5 / 3 181 263 1.5 / 3 127 182 1.5 / 3 93 131 1.5 / 3 70 96 1.5 / 3 54 72 1.5 / 3 42 55 1.5 / 3

2650 3 / 7.6 1832 2.8 / 7 1230 1398 2.7 / 6.7 712 989 2.3 / 5.7 448 663 1.8 / 4.5 300 441 1.5 / 3.4 211 307 1.5 / 3 154 221 1.5 / 3 116 163 1.5 / 3 89 124 1.5 / 3 70 95 1.5 / 3 56 74 1.5 / 3 46 59 1.5 / 3

2850 3.3 / 8.2 1959 3 / 7.5 1447 1491 2.9 / 7.1 837 1095 2.5 / 6.3 527 781 2.1 / 5.3 353 520 1.6 / 4 248 362 1.5 / 3.2 181 261 1.5 / 3 136 193 1.5 / 3 105 147 1.5 / 3 82 113 1.5 / 3 66 88 1.5 / 3 54 70 1.5 / 3

3592 4.1 / 10.3 2416 3.7 / 9.3 1819 3.5 / 8.7 1372 1458 3.4 / 8.4 864 1094 3 / 7.4 579 835 2.6 / 6.5 407 598 2.1 / 5.2 296 432 1.7 / 4.2 223 322 1.5 / 3.5 172 245 1.5 / 3 135 190 1.5 / 3 108 150 1.5 / 3 88 119 1.5 / 3

4389 5 / 12.6 2888 4.4 / 11.1 2150 4.1 / 10.3 1711 3.9 / 9.9 1290 1407 3.8 / 9.5 864 1074 3.3 / 8.3 607 846 2.9 / 7.4 442 650 2.5 / 6.3 332 485 2.1 / 5.2 256 370 1.8 / 4.4 201 288 1.5 / 3.7 161 228 1.5 / 3.2 131 183 1.5 / 3

5304 6.1 / 15.2 3404 5.2 / 13 2504 4.8 / 12 1979 4.6 / 11.4 1635 4.4 / 11 1230 1341 4.1 / 10.3 864 1056 3.7 / 9.2 630 853 3.3 / 8.3 473 694 3 / 7.4 365 531 2.5 / 6.3 287 414 2.1 / 5.3 230 329 1.8 / 4.6 187 264 1.6 / 4

6367 7.3 / 18.2 3973 6.1 / 15.2 2884 5.5 / 13.8 2263 5.2 / 13 1860 5 / 12.5 1579 4.9 / 12.2 1185 1289 4.5 / 11.2 864 1041 4 / 10.1 649 857 3.7 / 9.2 500 717 3.4 / 8.4 393 573 2.9 / 7.3 315 455 2.5 / 6.3 256 367 2.2 / 5.5

22”

24”

7614 9099 8.7 / 21.8 10.4 / 26.1 4601 5299 7 / 17.6 8.1 / 20.3 3293 3734 6.3 / 15.8 7.2 / 17.9 2563 2881 5.9 / 14.8 6.6 / 16.6 2096 2343 5.6 / 14.1 6.3 / 15.8 1772 1974 5.5 / 13.6 6.1 / 15.2 1534 1704 5.3 / 13.3 5.9 / 14.8 1150 1246 1468 4.8 / 12 5.7 / 14.2 864 1122 1026 1210 4.4 / 11 5.2 / 12.9 666 864 859 1013 4 / 10 4.7 / 11.8 524 680 729 860 3.7 / 9.3 4.4 / 10.9 419 544 610 739 3.4 / 8.4 4.1 / 10.1 341 442 492 641 2.9 / 7.3 3.8 / 9.5

The PLF load values in this table are based on the LVL member having lateral bracing at 24” o.c. or less along its entire length. 1-3/4” LVL members 16” and deeper and 1-1/2” LVL members 14” and deeper, must be a minimum of 2 plies unless designed by a design professional. Allowable PLF loads for single or multiple ply 1-1/2” thick LVL members can be obtained by multiplying the table values by 0.85. (Required bearing lengths are the same) This table may be used for either simple or multiple spans. Key to Table: Span is centerline of bearing to centerline of bearing. LL = Maximum live load –  limits deflection to L/360 Loads shown can be applied to the beam in addition to its own weight. TL = Maximum total load – limits deflections to L/240 See page 36 for details on attaching multiple ply members. BRG = Required end/interior bearing length (inches),

RoseburgFramingSystem®

based on bearing stress of 750 psi.


Span (ft) 10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

32

34

36

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

22”

24”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

109 157 1.5 / 3 63 88 1.5 / 3 40 54 1.5 / 3

216 316 1.5 / 3 125 180 1.5 / 3 79 111 1.5 / 3 53 72 1.5 / 3

494 731 1.5 / 3 286 419 1.5 / 3 180 261 1.5 / 3 121 171 1.5 / 3 85 118 1.5 / 3 62 83 1.5 / 3 46 60 1.5 / 3

1026 1483 1.9 / 4.7 594 878 1.5 / 3.4 374 549 1.5 / 3 250 364 1.5 / 3 176 252 1.5 / 3 128 180 1.5 / 3 96 132 1.5 / 3 74 99 1.5 / 3 58 75 1.5 / 3 47 58 1.5 / 3

1111 1560 2/5 643 952 1.5 / 3.7 405 595 1.5 / 3 271 395 1.5 / 3 191 273 1.5 / 3 139 196 1.5 / 3 104 144 1.5 / 3 80 108 1.5 / 3 63 82 1.5 / 3 51 63 1.5 / 3

1846 2098 2.7 / 6.7 1068 1484 2.3 / 5.7 673 994 1.8 / 4.5 451 661 1.5 / 3.4 316 460 1.5 / 3 231 331 1.5 / 3 173 245 1.5 / 3 134 186 1.5 / 3 105 143 1.5 / 3 84 111 1.5 / 3 68 88 1.5 / 3 56 70 1.5 / 3 47 56 1.5 / 3

2171 2236 2.9 / 7.1 1256 1643 2.5 / 6.3 791 1171 2.1 / 5.3 530 779 1.6 / 4 372 543 1.5 / 3.2 271 391 1.5 / 3 204 290 1.5 / 3 157 220 1.5 / 3 124 170 1.5 / 3 99 133 1.5 / 3 80 105 1.5 / 3 66 84 1.5 / 3 55 67 1.5 / 3 47 54 1.5 / 3

2729 3.5 / 8.7 2058 2187 3.4 / 8.4 1296 1641 3 / 7.4 868 1252 2.6 / 6.5 610 897 2.1 / 5.2 445 649 1.7 / 4.2 334 483 1.5 / 3.5 257 368 1.5 / 3 202 285 1.5 / 3 162 225 1.5 / 3 132 179 1.5 / 3 109 144 1.5 / 3 91 117 1.5 / 3 76 96 1.5 / 3

3225 4.1 / 10.3 2567 3.9 / 9.9 1935 2110 3.8 / 9.5 1296 1611 3.3 / 8.3 910 1268 2.9 / 7.4 664 975 2.5 / 6.3 499 727 2.1 / 5.2 384 555 1.8 / 4.4 302 432 1.5 / 3.7 242 342 1.5 / 3.2 197 274 1.5 / 3 162 222 1.5 / 3 135 182 1.5 / 3 114 150 1.5 / 3

3756 4.8 / 12 2969 4.6 / 11.4 2453 4.4 / 11 1846 2012 4.1 / 10.3 1296 1584 3.7 / 9.2 945 1279 3.3 / 8.3 710 1041 3 / 7.4 547 797 2.5 / 6.3 430 622 2.1 / 5.3 344 493 1.8 / 4.6 280 396 1.6 / 4 231 322 1.5 / 3.5 192 265 1.5 / 3.1 162 219 1.5 / 3

4326 5.5 / 13.8 3394 5.2 / 13 2790 5 / 12.5 2368 4.9 / 12.2 1778 1933 4.5 / 11.2 1296 1561 4 / 10.1 974 1285 3.7 / 9.2 750 1076 3.4 / 8.4 590 859 2.9 / 7.3 472 682 2.5 / 6.3 384 550 2.2 / 5.5 316 448 1.9 / 4.8 264 370 1.7 / 4.3 222 307 1.5 / 3.8

4940 6.3 / 15.8 3844 5.9 / 14.8 3144 5.6 / 14.1 2658 5.5 / 13.6 2302 5.3 / 13.3 1725 1869 4.8 / 12 1296 1539 4.4 / 11 998 1289 4 / 10 785 1094 3.7 / 9.3 629 914 3.4 / 8.4 511 738 2.9 / 7.3 421 603 2.6 / 6.4 351 498 2.3 / 5.7 296 415 2 / 5.1

5601 7.2 / 17.9 4321 6.6 / 16.6 3515 6.3 / 15.8 2961 6.1 / 15.2 2557 5.9 / 14.8 2202 5.7 / 14.2 1683 1815 5.2 / 12.9 1296 1520 4.7 / 11.8 1020 1290 4.4 / 10.9 816 1108 4.1 / 10.1 664 961 3.8 / 9.5 547 789 3.3 / 8.3 456 652 3 / 7.4 384 545 2.6 / 6.6

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51/2”

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91/4”

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24”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

145 209 1.5 / 3 84 118 1.5 / 3 53 71 1.5 / 3

288 422 1.5 / 3 166 240 1.5 / 3 105 148 1.5 / 3 70 96 1.5 / 3 49 64 1.5 / 3

659 975 1.5 / 3 381 559 1.5 / 3 240 347 1.5 / 3 161 229 1.5 / 3 113 157 1.5 / 3 82 111 1.5 / 3 62 80 1.5 / 3 48 59 1.5 / 3

1368 1978 1.9 / 4.7 792 1171 1.5 / 3.4 499 732 1.5 / 3 334 485 1.5 / 3 235 336 1.5 / 3 171 240 1.5 / 3 128 177 1.5 / 3 99 132 1.5 / 3 78 101 1.5 / 3 62 77 1.5 / 3 51 60 1.5 / 3

1482 2079 2/5 858 1270 1.5 / 3.7 540 793 1.5 / 3 362 526 1.5 / 3 254 365 1.5 / 3 185 261 1.5 / 3 139 192 1.5 / 3 107 144 1.5 / 3 84 110 1.5 / 3 68 85 1.5 / 3 55 66 1.5 / 3 45 51 1.5 / 3

2461 2797 2.7 / 6.7 1424 1979 2.3 / 5.7 897 1326 1.8 / 4.5 601 882 1.5 / 3.4 422 613 1.5 / 3 308 442 1.5 / 3 231 327 1.5 / 3 178 247 1.5 / 3 140 190 1.5 / 3 112 148 1.5 / 3 91 117 1.5 / 3 75 93 1.5 / 3 63 74 1.5 / 3 53 59 1.5 / 3

2894 2982 2.9 / 7.1 1675 2191 2.5 / 6.3 1055 1561 2.1 / 5.3 707 1039 1.6 / 4 496 724 1.5 / 3.2 362 522 1.5 / 3 272 387 1.5 / 3 209 293 1.5 / 3 165 226 1.5 / 3 132 177 1.5 / 3 107 140 1.5 / 3 88 112 1.5 / 3 74 90 1.5 / 3 62 72 1.5 / 3

3638 3.5 / 8.7 2745 2916 3.4 / 8.4 1728 2188 3 / 7.4 1158 1669 2.6 / 6.5 813 1195 2.1 / 5.2 593 865 1.7 / 4.2 445 644 1.5 / 3.5 343 490 1.5 / 3 270 380 1.5 / 3 216 300 1.5 / 3 176 239 1.5 / 3 145 193 1.5 / 3 121 157 1.5 / 3 102 128 1.5 / 3

4300 4.1 / 10.3 3423 3.9 / 9.9 2580 2814 3.8 / 9.5 1728 2148 3.3 / 8.3 1214 1691 2.9 / 7.4 885 1299 2.5 / 6.3 665 969 2.1 / 5.2 512 740 1.8 / 4.4 403 576 1.5 / 3.7 323 456 1.5 / 3.2 262 365 1.5 / 3 216 296 1.5 / 3 180 242 1.5 / 3 152 200 1.5 / 3

5009 4.8 / 12 3959 4.6 / 11.4 3271 4.4 / 11 2461 2682 4.1 / 10.3 1728 2113 3.7 / 9.2 1260 1705 3.3 / 8.3 947 1388 3 / 7.4 729 1062 2.5 / 6.3 574 829 2.1 / 5.3 459 657 1.8 / 4.6 373 529 1.6 / 4 308 430 1.5 / 3.5 256 353 1.5 / 3.1 216 293 1.5 / 3

5769 5.5 / 13.8 4525 5.2 / 13 3720 5 / 12.5 3157 4.9 / 12.2 2371 2577 4.5 / 11.2 1728 2081 4 / 10.1 1299 1714 3.7 / 9.2 1000 1434 3.4 / 8.4 787 1145 2.9 / 7.3 630 910 2.5 / 6.3 512 733 2.2 / 5.5 422 598 1.9 / 4.8 352 493 1.7 / 4.3 296 410 1.5 / 3.8

6586 6.3 / 15.8 5125 5.9 / 14.8 4192 5.6 / 14.1 3544 5.5 / 13.6 3069 5.3 / 13.3 2300 2492 4.8 / 12 1728 2052 4.4 / 11 1331 1718 4 / 10 1047 1459 3.7 / 9.3 838 1219 3.4 / 8.4 682 984 2.9 / 7.3 562 804 2.6 / 6.4 468 664 2.3 / 5.7 394 553 2 / 5.1

7469 7.2 / 17.9 5762 6.6 / 16.6 4687 6.3 / 15.8 3948 6.1 / 15.2 3409 5.9 / 14.8 2936 5.7 / 14.2 2244 2420 5.2 / 12.9 1728 2026 4.7 / 11.8 1359 1720 4.4 / 10.9 1088 1478 4.1 / 10.1 885 1282 3.8 / 9.5 729 1052 3.3 / 8.3 608 870 3 / 7.4 512 726 2.6 / 6.6

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Depth

RigidLam® LVL

3-ply 13/4” 2.0E RigidLam LVL - 100% Floor (PLF)

Refer to notes on page 50

RoseburgFramingSystem®

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43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

251 333 1.5 / 3 106 139 1.5 / 3 54 70 1.5 / 3

499 598 1.5 / 3.4 211 278 1.5 / 3 108 141 1.5 / 3 62 81 1.5 / 3 39 50 1.5 / 3

878 2/5 482 564 1.7 / 4.3 247 326 1.5 / 3.1 143 187 1.5 / 3 90 117 1.5 / 3 60 77 1.5 / 3 42 53 1.5 / 3

1183 2.7 / 6.8 832 2.5 / 6.4 513 569 2.2 / 5.5 297 392 1.8 / 4.5 187 245 1.5 / 3.3 125 163 1.5 / 3 88 113 1.5 / 3 64 81 1.5 / 3 48 60 1.5 / 3

1224 2.8 / 7 859 2.6 / 6.6 556 598 2.3 / 5.7 322 414 1.9 / 4.8 203 266 1.5 / 3.6 136 177 1.5 / 3 95 123 1.5 / 3 69 88 1.5 / 3 52 65 1.5 / 3

1525 3.5 / 8.7 1054 3.2 / 8.1 805 3.1 / 7.7 534 570 2.6 / 6.6 336 417 2.3 / 5.6 225 295 1.8 / 4.6 158 206 1.5 / 3.6 115 149 1.5 / 3 87 111 1.5 / 3 67 84 1.5 / 3 53 65 1.5 / 3 42 51 1.5 / 3

1640 3.8 / 9.4 1127 3.5 / 8.6 858 3.3 / 8.2 628 631 2.9 / 7.3 396 462 2.5 / 6.2 265 348 2.2 / 5.4 186 243 1.7 / 4.3 136 176 1.5 / 3.4 102 131 1.5 / 3 79 99 1.5 / 3 62 77 1.5 / 3 49 61 1.5 / 3

2066 4.7 / 11.8 1390 4.3 / 10.6 1047 4 / 10 839 3.9 / 9.7 630 3.4 / 8.5 434 481 3 / 7.4 305 379 2.6 / 6.6 222 290 2.3 / 5.6 167 217 1.9 / 4.7 129 165 1.6 / 3.9 101 129 1.5 / 3.3 81 102 1.5 / 3 66 82 1.5 / 3

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24”

PPL ICA BLE

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NO

RigidLam® LVL

1-ply 13/4” 2.0E RigidLam LVL - 115% Roof Snow (PLF)

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111/4”

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24”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

503 666 1.5 / 3 212 279 1.5 / 3 109 141 1.5 / 3 63 80 1.5 / 3

998 1197 1.5 / 3.4 421 557 1.5 / 3 216 283 1.5 / 3 125 162 1.5 / 3 79 100 1.5 / 3 53 65 1.5 / 3

1756 2/5 965 1128 1.7 / 4.3 494 652 1.5 / 3.1 286 375 1.5 / 3 180 234 1.5 / 3 121 154 1.5 / 3 85 107 1.5 / 3 62 76 1.5 / 3 46 56 1.5 / 3

2366 2.7 / 6.8 1665 2.5 / 6.4 1026 1138 2.2 / 5.5 594 784 1.8 / 4.5 374 490 1.5 / 3.3 250 326 1.5 / 3 176 226 1.5 / 3 128 163 1.5 / 3 96 120 1.5 / 3 74 91 1.5 / 3 58 70 1.5 / 3 47 54 1.5 / 3

2448 2.8 / 7 1718 2.6 / 6.6 1111 1197 2.3 / 5.7 643 829 1.9 / 4.8 405 532 1.5 / 3.6 271 353 1.5 / 3 191 246 1.5 / 3 139 177 1.5 / 3 104 131 1.5 / 3 80 99 1.5 / 3 63 76 1.5 / 3 51 59 1.5 / 3

3049 3.5 / 8.7 2108 3.2 / 8.1 1610 3.1 / 7.7 1068 1139 2.6 / 6.6 673 834 2.3 / 5.6 451 591 1.8 / 4.6 316 412 1.5 / 3.6 231 298 1.5 / 3 173 221 1.5 / 3 134 168 1.5 / 3 105 130 1.5 / 3 84 102 1.5 / 3 68 81 1.5 / 3

3279 3.8 / 9.4 2254 3.5 / 8.6 1716 3.3 / 8.2 1256 1261 2.9 / 7.3 791 924 2.5 / 6.2 530 696 2.2 / 5.4 372 486 1.7 / 4.3 271 351 1.5 / 3.4 204 261 1.5 / 3 157 199 1.5 / 3 124 154 1.5 / 3 99 121 1.5 / 3 80 97 1.5 / 3

4132 4.7 / 11.8 2781 4.3 / 10.6 2094 4 / 10 1678 3.9 / 9.7 1260 3.4 / 8.5 868 962 3 / 7.4 610 757 2.6 / 6.6 445 581 2.3 / 5.6 334 433 1.9 / 4.7 257 331 1.6 / 3.9 202 258 1.5 / 3.3 162 204 1.5 / 3 132 163 1.5 / 3

5049 5.8 / 14.5 3323 5.1 / 12.7 2475 4.7 / 11.9 1970 4.5 / 11.3 1620 4.4 / 10.9 1237 3.8 / 9.5 910 975 3.4 / 8.5 664 787 3.1 / 7.6 499 648 2.8 / 6.9 384 498 2.3 / 5.9 302 389 2/5 242 308 1.7 / 4.3 197 248 1.5 / 3.7

6102 7 / 17.5 3917 6 / 15 2882 5.5 / 13.8 2279 5.2 / 13.1 1883 5.1 / 12.7 1545 4.8 / 11.9 1217 4.2 / 10.6 945 983 3.8 / 9.5 710 810 3.5 / 8.6 547 678 3.2 / 7.9 430 558 2.8 / 7.1 344 443 2.4 / 6.1 280 358 2.1 / 5.3

7324 8.4 / 21 4571 7 / 17.5 3320 6.4 / 15.9 2605 6 / 15 2142 5.8 / 14.4 1818 5.6 / 14 1485 5.2 / 12.9 1199 4.6 / 11.6 974 988 4.2 / 10.5 750 827 3.9 / 9.7 590 702 3.6 / 8.9 472 603 3.3 / 8.3 384 495 2.9 / 7.3

8759 10 / 25.1 5294 8.1 / 20.2 3790 7.3 / 18.1 2950 6.8 / 17 2413 6.5 / 16.2 2041 6.3 / 15.7 1767 6.1 / 15.3 1436 5.5 / 13.9 1183 5 / 12.6 991 4.6 / 11.5 785 842 4.3 / 10.7 629 723 4 / 9.9 511 627 3.7 / 9.2

10467 12 / 30 6097 9.3 / 23.3 4298 8.2 / 20.6 3316 7.6 / 19.1 2698 7.3 / 18.1 2273 7 / 17.5 1963 6.8 / 17 1692 6.5 / 16.3 1394 5.9 / 14.8 1168 5.4 / 13.6 992 5 / 12.5 816 853 4.7 / 11.7 664 740 4.3 / 10.9

The PLF load values in this table are based on the LVL member having lateral bracing at 24” o.c. or less along its entire length. 1-3/4” LVL members 16” and deeper and 1-1/2” LVL members 14” and deeper, must be a minimum of 2 plies unless designed by a design professional. Allowable PLF loads for single or multiple ply 1-1/2” thick LVL members can be obtained by multiplying the table values by 0.85. (Required bearing lengths are the same) This table may be used for either simple or multiple spans. Key to Table: Span is centerline of bearing to centerline of bearing. LL = Maximum live load –  limits deflection to L/240 Loads shown can be applied to the beam in addition to its own weight. TL = Maximum total load – limits deflections to L/180 See page 36 for details on attaching multiple ply members. BRG = Required end/interior bearing length (inches),

RoseburgFramingSystem®

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91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

22”

24”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

163 211 1.5 / 3 94 120 1.5 / 3 59 73 1.5 / 3

324 424 1.5 / 3 187 242 1.5 / 3 118 150 1.5 / 3 79 98 1.5 / 3 55 67 1.5 / 3

741 978 1.5 / 3.1 429 562 1.5 / 3 270 351 1.5 / 3 181 232 1.5 / 3 127 160 1.5 / 3 93 114 1.5 / 3 70 83 1.5 / 3 54 62 1.5 / 3

1539 1707 2.2 / 5.5 891 1175 1.8 / 4.5 561 736 1.5 / 3.3 376 489 1.5 / 3 264 340 1.5 / 3 192 244 1.5 / 3 145 181 1.5 / 3 111 136 1.5 / 3 88 105 1.5 / 3 70 81 1.5 / 3 57 64 1.5 / 3 47 50 1.5 / 3

1667 1795 2.3 / 5.7 965 1243 1.9 / 4.8 608 798 1.5 / 3.6 407 530 1.5 / 3 286 369 1.5 / 3 208 265 1.5 / 3 157 196 1.5 / 3 121 148 1.5 / 3 95 114 1.5 / 3 76 89 1.5 / 3 62 70 1.5 / 3 51 55 1.5 / 3

2414 3.1 / 7.7 1602 1709 2.6 / 6.6 1009 1252 2.3 / 5.6 676 886 1.8 / 4.6 475 618 1.5 / 3.6 346 447 1.5 / 3 260 332 1.5 / 3 200 252 1.5 / 3 158 195 1.5 / 3 126 153 1.5 / 3 103 122 1.5 / 3 84 98 1.5 / 3 70 79 1.5 / 3 59 64 1.5 / 3

2574 3.3 / 8.2 1884 1892 2.9 / 7.3 1187 1386 2.5 / 6.2 795 1044 2.2 / 5.4 558 729 1.7 / 4.3 407 527 1.5 / 3.4 306 392 1.5 / 3 236 298 1.5 / 3 185 231 1.5 / 3 148 182 1.5 / 3 121 145 1.5 / 3 99 117 1.5 / 3 83 95 1.5 / 3 70 77 1.5 / 3

3141 4 / 10 2517 3.9 / 9.7 1890 3.4 / 8.5 1303 1443 3 / 7.4 915 1136 2.6 / 6.6 667 871 2.3 / 5.6 501 650 1.9 / 4.7 386 496 1.6 / 3.9 304 386 1.5 / 3.3 243 306 1.5 / 3 198 245 1.5 / 3 163 199 1.5 / 3 136 163 1.5 / 3 114 134 1.5 / 3

3712 4.7 / 11.9 2955 4.5 / 11.3 2430 4.4 / 10.9 1856 3.8 / 9.5 1366 1462 3.4 / 8.5 996 1180 3.1 / 7.6 748 972 2.8 / 6.9 576 747 2.3 / 5.9 453 583 2/5 363 463 1.7 / 4.3 295 372 1.5 / 3.7 243 303 1.5 / 3.3 203 249 1.5 / 3 171 207 1.5 / 3

4323 5.5 / 13.8 3418 5.2 / 13.1 2824 5.1 / 12.7 2317 4.8 / 11.9 1826 4.2 / 10.6 1418 1474 3.8 / 9.5 1065 1214 3.5 / 8.6 820 1017 3.2 / 7.9 645 837 2.8 / 7.1 517 665 2.4 / 6.1 420 536 2.1 / 5.3 346 438 1.9 / 4.7 289 361 1.7 / 4.2 243 300 1.5 / 3.7

4979 6.4 / 15.9 3907 6 / 15 3213 5.8 / 14.4 2727 5.6 / 14 2227 5.2 / 12.9 1799 4.6 / 11.6 1461 1482 4.2 / 10.5 1125 1241 3.9 / 9.7 885 1054 3.6 / 8.9 709 905 3.3 / 8.3 576 742 2.9 / 7.3 475 607 2.6 / 6.4 396 501 2.3 / 5.7 333 418 2 / 5.1

5685 7.3 / 18.1 4425 6.8 / 17 3620 6.5 / 16.2 3061 6.3 / 15.7 2651 6.1 / 15.3 2153 5.5 / 13.9 1775 5 / 12.6 1487 4.6 / 11.5 1178 1262 4.3 / 10.7 943 1084 4 / 9.9 767 941 3.7 / 9.2 632 814 3.4 / 8.6 527 673 3 / 7.6 444 563 2.7 / 6.8

6446 8.2 / 20.6 4974 7.6 / 19.1 4047 7.3 / 18.1 3410 7 / 17.5 2945 6.8 / 17 2537 6.5 / 16.3 2092 5.9 / 14.8 1752 5.4 / 13.6 1489 5 / 12.5 1224 1279 4.7 / 11.7 996 1110 4.3 / 10.9 820 972 4.1 / 10.2 684 857 3.8 / 9.6 576 737 3.5 / 8.8

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43/8”

51/2”

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91/4”

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111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

22”

24”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

217 282 1.5 / 3 126 160 1.5 / 3 79 98 1.5 / 3 53 63 1.5 / 3

431 565 1.5 / 3 250 323 1.5 / 3 157 200 1.5 / 3 105 131 1.5 / 3 74 89 1.5 / 3 54 62 1.5 / 3

988 1305 1.5 / 3.1 572 750 1.5 / 3 360 467 1.5 / 3 241 309 1.5 / 3 169 213 1.5 / 3 123 152 1.5 / 3 93 111 1.5 / 3 71 83 1.5 / 3 56 62 1.5 / 3

2052 2277 2.2 / 5.5 1187 1567 1.8 / 4.5 748 981 1.5 / 3.3 501 652 1.5 / 3 352 453 1.5 / 3 256 326 1.5 / 3 193 241 1.5 / 3 148 182 1.5 / 3 117 139 1.5 / 3 93 108 1.5 / 3 76 85 1.5 / 3 63 67 1.5 / 3 52 53 1.5 / 3

2223 2394 2.3 / 5.7 1286 1657 1.9 / 4.8 810 1063 1.5 / 3.6 543 707 1.5 / 3 381 492 1.5 / 3 278 354 1.5 / 3 209 262 1.5 / 3 161 198 1.5 / 3 126 152 1.5 / 3 101 118 1.5 / 3 82 93 1.5 / 3 68 74 1.5 / 3 57 59 1.5 / 3

3219 3.1 / 7.7 2136 2279 2.6 / 6.6 1345 1669 2.3 / 5.6 901 1182 1.8 / 4.6 633 824 1.5 / 3.6 461 596 1.5 / 3 347 443 1.5 / 3 267 336 1.5 / 3 210 260 1.5 / 3 168 205 1.5 / 3 137 163 1.5 / 3 113 131 1.5 / 3 94 106 1.5 / 3 79 86 1.5 / 3

3432 3.3 / 8.2 2512 2523 2.9 / 7.3 1582 1848 2.5 / 6.2 1060 1392 2.2 / 5.4 744 972 1.7 / 4.3 543 703 1.5 / 3.4 408 523 1.5 / 3 314 398 1.5 / 3 247 309 1.5 / 3 198 243 1.5 / 3 161 194 1.5 / 3 132 156 1.5 / 3 110 126 1.5 / 3 93 103 1.5 / 3

4188 4 / 10 3357 3.9 / 9.7 2520 3.4 / 8.5 1737 1924 3 / 7.4 1220 1515 2.6 / 6.6 889 1161 2.3 / 5.6 668 866 1.9 / 4.7 515 662 1.6 / 3.9 405 515 1.5 / 3.3 324 408 1.5 / 3 263 327 1.5 / 3 217 265 1.5 / 3 181 217 1.5 / 3 152 179 1.5 / 3

4949 4.7 / 11.9 3940 4.5 / 11.3 3240 4.4 / 10.9 2474 3.8 / 9.5 1821 1949 3.4 / 8.5 1327 1573 3.1 / 7.6 997 1296 2.8 / 6.9 768 996 2.3 / 5.9 604 778 2/5 484 617 1.7 / 4.3 393 496 1.5 / 3.7 324 404 1.5 / 3.3 270 332 1.5 / 3 228 275 1.5 / 3

5765 5.5 / 13.8 4557 5.2 / 13.1 3766 5.1 / 12.7 3089 4.8 / 11.9 2434 4.2 / 10.6 1890 1966 3.8 / 9.5 1420 1619 3.5 / 8.6 1094 1355 3.2 / 7.9 860 1116 2.8 / 7.1 689 887 2.4 / 6.1 560 715 2.1 / 5.3 461 584 1.9 / 4.7 385 481 1.7 / 4.2 324 401 1.5 / 3.7

6639 6.4 / 15.9 5209 6 / 15 4284 5.8 / 14.4 3636 5.6 / 14 2969 5.2 / 12.9 2398 4.6 / 11.6 1948 1976 4.2 / 10.5 1500 1655 3.9 / 9.7 1180 1405 3.6 / 8.9 945 1207 3.3 / 8.3 768 989 2.9 / 7.3 633 809 2.6 / 6.4 528 669 2.3 / 5.7 445 558 2 / 5.1

7580 7.3 / 18.1 5900 6.8 / 17 4826 6.5 / 16.2 4082 6.3 / 15.7 3535 6.1 / 15.3 2871 5.5 / 13.9 2366 5 / 12.6 1982 4.6 / 11.5 1571 1683 4.3 / 10.7 1258 1446 4 / 9.9 1022 1255 3.7 / 9.2 842 1085 3.4 / 8.6 702 898 3 / 7.6 592 750 2.7 / 6.8

8595 8.2 / 20.6 6632 7.6 / 19.1 5396 7.3 / 18.1 4547 7 / 17.5 3926 6.8 / 17 3383 6.5 / 16.3 2789 5.9 / 14.8 2337 5.4 / 13.6 1985 5 / 12.5 1633 1706 4.7 / 11.7 1327 1480 4.3 / 10.9 1094 1296 4.1 / 10.2 912 1143 3.8 / 9.6 768 982 3.5 / 8.8

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12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

251 333 1.5 / 3 106 139 1.5 / 3 54 70 1.5 / 3

499 651 1.5 / 3.7 211 278 1.5 / 3 108 141 1.5 / 3 62 81 1.5 / 3 39 50 1.5 / 3

955 2.2 / 5.5 482 613 1.9 / 4.7 247 326 1.5 / 3.1 143 187 1.5 / 3 90 117 1.5 / 3 60 77 1.5 / 3 42 53 1.5 / 3

1286 2.9 / 7.4 905 2.8 / 6.9 513 619 2.4 / 5.9 297 392 1.8 / 4.5 187 245 1.5 / 3.3 125 163 1.5 / 3 88 113 1.5 / 3 64 81 1.5 / 3 48 60 1.5 / 3

1331 3.1 / 7.6 934 2.9 / 7.1 556 651 2.5 / 6.2 322 425 2 / 4.9 203 266 1.5 / 3.6 136 177 1.5 / 3 95 123 1.5 / 3 69 88 1.5 / 3 52 65 1.5 / 3

1658 3.8 / 9.5 1146 3.5 / 8.8 875 3.4 / 8.4 534 620 2.9 / 7.1 336 443 2.4 / 6 225 295 1.8 / 4.6 158 206 1.5 / 3.6 115 149 1.5 / 3 87 111 1.5 / 3 67 84 1.5 / 3 53 65 1.5 / 3 42 51 1.5 / 3

1783 4.1 / 10.2 1225 3.8 / 9.4 933 3.6 / 8.9 628 686 3.2 / 7.9 396 503 2.7 / 6.8 265 348 2.2 / 5.4 186 243 1.7 / 4.3 136 176 1.5 / 3.4 102 131 1.5 / 3 79 99 1.5 / 3 62 77 1.5 / 3 49 61 1.5 / 3

2246 5.1 / 12.9 1512 4.6 / 11.6 1139 4.4 / 10.9 913 4.2 / 10.5 648 685 3.7 / 9.2 434 523 3.2 / 8.1 305 400 2.8 / 7 222 290 2.3 / 5.6 167 217 1.9 / 4.7 129 165 1.6 / 3.9 101 129 1.5 / 3.3 81 102 1.5 / 3 66 82 1.5 / 3

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18”

20”

22”

24”

PPL ICA BLE

6

Depth

TA

Span (ft)

NO

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30

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43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

503 666 1.5 / 3 212 279 1.5 / 3 109 141 1.5 / 3 63 80 1.5 / 3

998 1301 1.5 / 3.7 421 557 1.5 / 3 216 283 1.5 / 3 125 162 1.5 / 3 79 100 1.5 / 3 53 65 1.5 / 3

1909 2.2 / 5.5 965 1227 1.9 / 4.7 494 652 1.5 / 3.1 286 375 1.5 / 3 180 234 1.5 / 3 121 154 1.5 / 3 85 107 1.5 / 3 62 76 1.5 / 3 46 56 1.5 / 3

2573 2.9 / 7.4 1810 2.8 / 6.9 1026 1238 2.4 / 5.9 594 784 1.8 / 4.5 374 490 1.5 / 3.3 250 326 1.5 / 3 176 226 1.5 / 3 128 163 1.5 / 3 96 120 1.5 / 3 74 91 1.5 / 3 58 70 1.5 / 3 47 54 1.5 / 3

2661 3.1 / 7.6 1868 2.9 / 7.1 1111 1302 2.5 / 6.2 643 849 2 / 4.9 405 532 1.5 / 3.6 271 353 1.5 / 3 191 246 1.5 / 3 139 177 1.5 / 3 104 131 1.5 / 3 80 99 1.5 / 3 63 76 1.5 / 3 51 59 1.5 / 3

3315 3.8 / 9.5 2292 3.5 / 8.8 1750 3.4 / 8.4 1068 1239 2.9 / 7.1 673 887 2.4 / 6 451 591 1.8 / 4.6 316 412 1.5 / 3.6 231 298 1.5 / 3 173 221 1.5 / 3 134 168 1.5 / 3 105 130 1.5 / 3 84 102 1.5 / 3 68 81 1.5 / 3

3566 4.1 / 10.2 2451 3.8 / 9.4 1866 3.6 / 8.9 1256 1372 3.2 / 7.9 791 1005 2.7 / 6.8 530 696 2.2 / 5.4 372 486 1.7 / 4.3 271 351 1.5 / 3.4 204 261 1.5 / 3 157 199 1.5 / 3 124 154 1.5 / 3 99 121 1.5 / 3 80 97 1.5 / 3

4493 5.1 / 12.9 3024 4.6 / 11.6 2277 4.4 / 10.9 1825 4.2 / 10.5 1296 1371 3.7 / 9.2 868 1046 3.2 / 8.1 610 801 2.8 / 7 445 581 2.3 / 5.6 334 433 1.9 / 4.7 257 331 1.6 / 3.9 202 258 1.5 / 3.3 162 204 1.5 / 3 132 163 1.5 / 3

5489 6.3 / 15.7 3613 5.5 / 13.8 2691 5.2 / 12.9 2143 4.9 / 12.3 1762 4.7 / 11.8 1296 1346 4.1 / 10.4 910 1061 3.7 / 9.2 664 856 3.3 / 8.3 499 651 2.8 / 7 384 498 2.3 / 5.9 302 389 2/5 242 308 1.7 / 4.3 197 248 1.5 / 3.7

6634 7.6 / 19 4259 6.5 / 16.3 3134 6 / 15 2478 5.7 / 14.3 2048 5.5 / 13.8 1680 5.2 / 12.9 1296 1324 4.6 / 11.5 945 1070 4.1 / 10.3 710 881 3.8 / 9.4 547 713 3.3 / 8.3 430 558 2.8 / 7.1 344 443 2.4 / 6.1 280 358 2.1 / 5.3

20”

22”

7963 9522 9.1 / 22.8 10.9 / 27.3 4970 5756 7.6 / 19 8.8 / 22 3610 4121 6.9 / 17.3 7.9 / 19.7 2833 3208 6.5 / 16.3 7.4 / 18.4 2330 2625 6.3 / 15.6 7.1 / 17.6 1978 2220 6.1 / 15.2 6.8 / 17.1 1615 1923 5.6 / 14 6.7 / 16.6 1296 1305 1562 5 / 12.6 6 / 15.1 974 1075 1288 4.6 / 11.5 5.5 / 13.7 750 998 901 1079 4.2 / 10.5 5 / 12.5 590 785 765 916 3.9 / 9.7 4.6 / 11.6 472 629 612 788 3.4 / 8.4 4.3 / 10.8 384 511 495 662 2.9 / 7.3 3.9 / 9.7

24” 11379 13 / 32.6 6629 10.1 / 25.3 4673 8.9 / 22.4 3606 8.3 / 20.7 2935 7.9 / 19.7 2473 7.6 / 19 2136 7.4 / 18.5 1841 7.1 / 17.7 1517 6.4 / 16.1 1272 5.9 / 14.8 1020 1080 5.5 / 13.6 816 929 5.1 / 12.7 664 806 4.7 / 11.8

The PLF load values in this table are based on the LVL member having lateral bracing at 24” o.c. or less along its entire length. 1-3/4” LVL members 16” and deeper and 1-1/2” LVL members 14” and deeper, must be a minimum of 2 plies unless designed by a design professional. Allowable PLF loads for single or multiple ply 1-1/2” thick LVL members can be obtained by multiplying the table values by 0.85. (Required bearing lengths are the same) This table may be used for either simple or multiple spans. Key to Table: Span is centerline of bearing to centerline of bearing. LL = Maximum live load –  limits deflection to L/240 Loads shown can be applied to the beam in addition to its own weight. TL = Maximum total load – limits deflections to L/180 See page 36 for details on attaching multiple ply members. BRG = Required end/interior bearing length (inches),

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based on bearing stress of 750 psi.


Span (ft) 10

12

14

16

18

20

22

26

28

30

32

34

36

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

22”

24”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

163 211 1.5 / 3 94 120 1.5 / 3 59 73 1.5 / 3

324 424 1.5 / 3 187 242 1.5 / 3 118 150 1.5 / 3 79 98 1.5 / 3 55 67 1.5 / 3

741 978 1.5 / 3.1 429 562 1.5 / 3 270 351 1.5 / 3 181 232 1.5 / 3 127 160 1.5 / 3 93 114 1.5 / 3 70 83 1.5 / 3 54 62 1.5 / 3

1539 1857 2.4 / 5.9 891 1175 1.8 / 4.5 561 736 1.5 / 3.3 376 489 1.5 / 3 264 340 1.5 / 3 192 244 1.5 / 3 145 181 1.5 / 3 111 136 1.5 / 3 88 105 1.5 / 3 70 81 1.5 / 3 57 64 1.5 / 3 47 50 1.5 / 3

1667 1952 2.5 / 6.2 965 1274 2 / 4.9 608 798 1.5 / 3.6 407 530 1.5 / 3 286 369 1.5 / 3 208 265 1.5 / 3 157 196 1.5 / 3 121 148 1.5 / 3 95 114 1.5 / 3 76 89 1.5 / 3 62 70 1.5 / 3 51 55 1.5 / 3

2626 3.4 / 8.4 1602 1859 2.9 / 7.1 1009 1330 2.4 / 6 676 886 1.8 / 4.6 475 618 1.5 / 3.6 346 447 1.5 / 3 260 332 1.5 / 3 200 252 1.5 / 3 158 195 1.5 / 3 126 153 1.5 / 3 103 122 1.5 / 3 84 98 1.5 / 3 70 79 1.5 / 3 59 64 1.5 / 3

2799 3.6 / 8.9 1884 2058 3.2 / 7.9 1187 1508 2.7 / 6.8 795 1044 2.2 / 5.4 558 729 1.7 / 4.3 407 527 1.5 / 3.4 306 392 1.5 / 3 236 298 1.5 / 3 185 231 1.5 / 3 148 182 1.5 / 3 121 145 1.5 / 3 99 117 1.5 / 3 83 95 1.5 / 3 70 77 1.5 / 3

3416 4.4 / 10.9 2738 4.2 / 10.5 1944 2056 3.7 / 9.2 1303 1570 3.2 / 8.1 915 1201 2.8 / 7 667 871 2.3 / 5.6 501 650 1.9 / 4.7 386 496 1.6 / 3.9 304 386 1.5 / 3.3 243 306 1.5 / 3 198 245 1.5 / 3 163 199 1.5 / 3 136 163 1.5 / 3 114 134 1.5 / 3

4037 5.2 / 12.9 3214 4.9 / 12.3 2643 4.7 / 11.8 1944 2019 4.1 / 10.4 1366 1591 3.7 / 9.2 996 1285 3.3 / 8.3 748 976 2.8 / 7 576 747 2.3 / 5.9 453 583 2/5 363 463 1.7 / 4.3 295 372 1.5 / 3.7 243 303 1.5 / 3.3 203 249 1.5 / 3 171 207 1.5 / 3

4701 6 / 15 3717 5.7 / 14.3 3072 5.5 / 13.8 2520 5.2 / 12.9 1944 1986 4.6 / 11.5 1418 1605 4.1 / 10.3 1065 1322 3.8 / 9.4 820 1070 3.3 / 8.3 645 837 2.8 / 7.1 517 665 2.4 / 6.1 420 536 2.1 / 5.3 346 438 1.9 / 4.7 289 361 1.7 / 4.2 243 300 1.5 / 3.7

5415 6.9 / 17.3 4249 6.5 / 16.3 3494 6.3 / 15.6 2966 6.1 / 15.2 2423 5.6 / 14 1944 1958 5 / 12.6 1461 1613 4.6 / 11.5 1125 1351 4.2 / 10.5 885 1148 3.9 / 9.7 709 919 3.4 / 8.4 576 742 2.9 / 7.3 475 607 2.6 / 6.4 396 501 2.3 / 5.7 333 418 2 / 5.1

6182 7.9 / 19.7 4812 7.4 / 18.4 3937 7.1 / 17.6 3330 6.8 / 17.1 2884 6.7 / 16.6 2343 6 / 15.1 1931 5.5 / 13.7 1498 1618 5 / 12.5 1178 1375 4.6 / 11.6 943 1181 4.3 / 10.8 767 994 3.9 / 9.7 632 814 3.4 / 8.6 527 673 3 / 7.6 444 563 2.7 / 6.8

7010 8.9 / 22.4 5409 8.3 / 20.7 4402 7.9 / 19.7 3709 7.6 / 19 3204 7.4 / 18.5 2761 7.1 / 17.7 2276 6.4 / 16.1 1908 5.9 / 14.8 1529 1621 5.5 / 13.6 1224 1393 5.1 / 12.7 996 1210 4.7 / 11.8 820 1059 4.4 / 11.1 684 880 3.9 / 9.8 576 737 3.5 / 8.8

4-ply 13/4” 2.0E RigidLam LVL - 125% Roof Non-Snow (PLF) Span (ft) 10

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14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

34

36

Depth

43/8”

51/2”

71/4”

91/4”

91/2”

111/4”

117/8”

14”

16”

18”

20”

22”

24”

LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG LL TL BRG

217 282 1.5 / 3 126 160 1.5 / 3 79 98 1.5 / 3 53 63 1.5 / 3

431 565 1.5 / 3 250 323 1.5 / 3 157 200 1.5 / 3 105 131 1.5 / 3 74 89 1.5 / 3 54 62 1.5 / 3

988 1305 1.5 / 3.1 572 750 1.5 / 3 360 467 1.5 / 3 241 309 1.5 / 3 169 213 1.5 / 3 123 152 1.5 / 3 93 111 1.5 / 3 71 83 1.5 / 3 56 62 1.5 / 3

2052 2476 2.4 / 5.9 1187 1567 1.8 / 4.5 748 981 1.5 / 3.3 501 652 1.5 / 3 352 453 1.5 / 3 257 326 1.5 / 3 193 241 1.5 / 3 148 182 1.5 / 3 117 139 1.5 / 3 93 108 1.5 / 3 76 85 1.5 / 3 63 67 1.5 / 3 52 53 1.5 / 3

2223 2603 2.5 / 6.2 1286 1699 2 / 4.9 810 1063 1.5 / 3.6 543 707 1.5 / 3 381 492 1.5 / 3 278 354 1.5 / 3 209 262 1.5 / 3 161 198 1.5 / 3 126 152 1.5 / 3 101 118 1.5 / 3 82 93 1.5 / 3 68 74 1.5 / 3 57 59 1.5 / 3

3501 3.4 / 8.4 2136 2478 2.9 / 7.1 1345 1774 2.4 / 6 901 1182 1.8 / 4.6 633 824 1.5 / 3.6 461 596 1.5 / 3 347 443 1.5 / 3 267 336 1.5 / 3 210 260 1.5 / 3 168 205 1.5 / 3 137 163 1.5 / 3 113 131 1.5 / 3 94 106 1.5 / 3 79 86 1.5 / 3

3732 3.6 / 8.9 2512 2744 3.2 / 7.9 1582 2010 2.7 / 6.8 1060 1392 2.2 / 5.4 744 972 1.7 / 4.3 543 703 1.5 / 3.4 408 523 1.5 / 3 314 398 1.5 / 3 247 309 1.5 / 3 198 243 1.5 / 3 161 194 1.5 / 3 132 156 1.5 / 3 110 126 1.5 / 3 93 103 1.5 / 3

4554 4.4 / 10.9 3651 4.2 / 10.5 2593 2741 3.7 / 9.2 1737 2093 3.2 / 8.1 1220 1602 2.8 / 7 889 1161 2.3 / 5.6 668 866 1.9 / 4.7 515 662 1.6 / 3.9 405 515 1.5 / 3.3 324 408 1.5 / 3 263 327 1.5 / 3 217 265 1.5 / 3 181 217 1.5 / 3 152 179 1.5 / 3

5382 5.2 / 12.9 4286 4.9 / 12.3 3524 4.7 / 11.8 2593 2692 4.1 / 10.4 1821 2121 3.7 / 9.2 1327 1713 3.3 / 8.3 997 1302 2.8 / 7 768 996 2.3 / 5.9 604 778 2/5 484 617 1.7 / 4.3 393 496 1.5 / 3.7 324 404 1.5 / 3.3 270 332 1.5 / 3 228 275 1.5 / 3

6269 6 / 15 4956 5.7 / 14.3 4096 5.5 / 13.8 3361 5.2 / 12.9 2593 2649 4.6 / 11.5 1890 2139 4.1 / 10.3 1420 1763 3.8 / 9.4 1094 1427 3.3 / 8.3 860 1116 2.8 / 7.1 689 887 2.4 / 6.1 560 715 2.1 / 5.3 461 584 1.9 / 4.7 385 481 1.7 / 4.2 324 401 1.5 / 3.7

7220 6.9 / 17.3 5665 6.5 / 16.3 4659 6.3 / 15.6 3955 6.1 / 15.2 3230 5.6 / 14 2593 2610 5 / 12.6 1948 2151 4.6 / 11.5 1500 1802 4.2 / 10.5 1180 1530 3.9 / 9.7 945 1225 3.4 / 8.4 768 989 2.9 / 7.3 633 809 2.6 / 6.4 528 669 2.3 / 5.7 445 558 2 / 5.1

8243 7.9 / 19.7 6416 7.4 / 18.4 5249 7.1 / 17.6 4440 6.8 / 17.1 3846 6.7 / 16.6 3124 6 / 15.1 2575 5.5 / 13.7 1997 2158 5 / 12.5 1571 1833 4.6 / 11.6 1258 1575 4.3 / 10.8 1022 1325 3.9 / 9.7 842 1085 3.4 / 8.6 702 898 3 / 7.6 592 750 2.7 / 6.8

9346 8.9 / 22.4 7213 8.3 / 20.7 5869 7.9 / 19.7 4946 7.6 / 19 4272 7.4 / 18.5 3681 7.1 / 17.7 3035 6.4 / 16.1 2543 5.9 / 14.8 2039 2161 5.5 / 13.6 1633 1858 5.1 / 12.7 1327 1613 4.7 / 11.8 1094 1412 4.4 / 11.1 912 1174 3.9 / 9.8 768 982 3.5 / 8.8

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RigidLam® LVL Studs

RIGIDLAM® LVL STUDS As the number of housing starts has risen over the past decade, so has the need for larger and more complex homes. Although conventional construction methods have allowed builders to meet the needs of homeowners, they are constantly being challenged with the need for straighter, stronger building products. Roseburg Forest Products RigidLam® LVL Studs are an answer to the needs of both homeowners and builders. RigidLam Studs are manufactured to the industry’s highest standards and unlike solid-sawn lumber, RigidLam Studs are straight, strong, and stiff, resulting in a faster installation time, fewer callbacks, and straight walls that give homeowners peace of mind. RigidLam LVL wall studs are permitted to be used in fire-resistance-rated construction and shall be considered a direct replacement for solid-sawn lumber, having the same dimensions, in any fire-resistance-rated wall assembly listed in Table 720.1(2) of the 2006 IBC, provided a minimum of 2.5 lbs. per cu. ft. mineral wool insulation is installed in the stud cavity. Conventional Construction

Based on testing conducted in accordance with ICC Evaluation Service Acceptance Criteria for Wood-Based Studs, AC202, RigidLam LVL Studs are considered to be alternatives to sawn lumber studs complying with Section 2308.9 of the IBC, Section R602 of the IRC, Section 2305 of the BNBC, Section 2308 of the SBC and Section 2320.11 of the UBC. Typical Conventional Construction Limitations (2006 International Residential Code)

Maximum story height of 10’-0” plus 16” for floor framing (11’-4” total) Section R301.3

Maximum stud height of 10’-0” between points of lateral support Table R602.3(5)

Maximum on-center stud spacing = 24 inches

Building height limited to 3 stories above grade

Table R602.3(5)

Section R101.2

Maximum tabulated rafter, ceiling joist, and joist span = 26’-0” Table R502.3.1(1) & Footnotes to R802.4(1)(2) & R802.5(1)-(8)

Maximum floor loads: 40 psf Live and 20 psf Dead Section R502.3.2

Maximum roof/ceiling dead load = 20 psf Tables R802.5(1)-(8)

Maximum ground snow load = 70 psf Section R301.2(3)

Maximum wind speed less than 110 mph (100 mph in hurricane zone regions) Section R301.2.1.1

Maximum tabulated rafter, ceiling joist and floor joist spacing = 24” o.c. Tables R502.3.1(1)(2) &

Minimum stud thickness = 2” nominal (1½” actual) Section R602.3(5)

Applicable for Seismic Design Categories A, B, C, D0, D1 and D2 (except for irregular buildings)

R802.4(1) &R802.5(1)-(8)

Section R301.2.2

NOTE: Other limitations may apply. Please refer to your local building code.

Conventional Wall Construction - Stud Notching and Hole Guidelines

Maximum hole diameter shall not exceed 40% of stud width (60% for non-bearing walls) 5/8” minimum distance to edge of hole

Do not locate holes in same cross-section as notch

d

Notch depth “d” must not exceed 25% of stud width (40% for nonbearing walls)

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Double stud required where hole is between 40% and 60% of stud width (no more than 2 double studs in a row with such holes). Not required for non-bearing walls


For building applications that fall outside the scope of conventional construction, RigidLam LVL Studs may be used provided they are designed in accordance with accepted engineering practice. RigidLam LVL Studs are available in 1.5E and 2.0E grades in thicknesses of 1½” and 1¾”. Rigidlam® LVl stud allowable design stresses vs. solid-sawn lumber Joist (edgewise)

2x4

(1)(a)

Plank (flatwise)

Axial

Fb

Fv

Fc(2)

Fb

Fv

Fc(2)

Fc

Ft

MOE

Species

Grade

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

RigidLam LVL Stud

1.5E

2625(4)

220

575

2,250

130

500

1,950

1500(3)

1,500,000

RigidLam LVL Stud

2.0E

3383(4)

285

750

2,900

130

500

2,750

1900(3)

2,000,000

Douglas-fir(b)

No. 2

1,553(c)

180

625

1,485(d)

180

625

1,553(e)

863(e)

1,600,000

Spruce-Pine-Fir(b)

No. 2

1,509(c)

135

425

1,444(d)

135

425

1,323(e)

675(e)

1,400,000

MOE

Joist (edgewise)

2x6

Plank (flatwise)

Axial

Fb

Fv

Fc(2)

Fb

Fv

Fc(2)

Fc

Ft

Species

Grade

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

(psi)

RigidLam LVL Stud

1.5E

2580(4)

220

575

2,250

130

500

1,950

1500(3)

1,500,000

RigidLam LVL Stud

2.0E

3325(4)

285

750

2,900

130

500

2,750

No. 2

(c)

1,346

180

625

(d)

1,346

180

No. 2

1,308(c)

135

425

1,308(d)

135

Douglas-fir

(b)

Spruce-Pine-Fir(b)

RigidLam LVL Notes (1) These allowable design stresses apply to dry service conditions (2) Duration of Load increases not allowed (3) Tabluated values are based on a 4 ft length. For lengths greater than 4 ft, multiply by (12/Length)1/9. For lengths less than 4 ft, use the table values. (4) Bending values have been multiplied by (12/d)1/8 and a repetitive member factor of 1.04

1900(3)

2,000,000

625

(e)

1485

748(e)

1,600,000

425

1,265(e)

585(e)

1,400,000

RigidLam® LVL Studs

Engineered Construction

Solid-Sawn Notes (a) These allowable design stresses apply to dry service conditions (b) Solid-sawn design values taken from 2005 National Design Specification (c) Fb has been adjusted for repetitive member use and size factor increases (d) Fb has been adjusted for size factor increases and flat-use increases (e) Fc and Ft have been adjusted for size factor increases

Engineered Wall Construction - RigidLam stud hole and Notching Guidelines

Notches: A notch up to 40% of the width of the stud may be placed anywhere along the stud provided the reduced section is accounted for using standard engineering analysis and the allowable bending and/or tension stress is reduced by 30% to account for the stress concentrations that occur at the corners of the notch. Holes: A hole with a maximum diameter of 30% of the width of the stud may be placed anywhere along the stud at the centerline of the stud width without further engineering analysis for lateral bending considerations. For other conditions, holes may be placed anywhere along the stud provided the reduced section is accounted for using standard engineering analysis. Conventional and Engineered Wall Construction - RigidLam LVL Nailing Restrictions Nailing Restrictions for Single Stud at Adjoining Panel edges

1-1/2” thick 1-1/2” (min)thick (min) LVL Stud LVL Stud

3/8” Minimum 3/8” Minimum Panel Panel Edge Distance Edge Distance

Nailing Restrictions for Double Studs at Adjoining Panel edges Panel Edge Panel Distance EdgeLimits: Distance Limits: 1” maximum 1” maximum 3/8” minimum 3/8” minimum 2 plies 1-1/2” 2 plies thick 1-1/2” (min)thick (min) LVL Stud LVL Stud Stitch-nailing Stitch-nailing requirements: requirements: 1/4” minimum 1/4” minimum stagger stagger

10d com nails 10d com (max)nails (max) no closer than no closer 6” o.c. than 6” o.c.

1/8” Panel1/8” Edge Panel JointEdge Joint

8d com nails 8d com (max)nails (max) no closer than no closer 3” o.c. than 3” o.c. OR OR 10d com nails 10d com (max)nails (max) no closer than no closer 4” o.c. than 4” o.c.

1997 UBC, 1997 1999 UBC, SBC1999 or 1999 SBCBNBC: or 1999 BNBC: Stitch-nailStitch-nail studs together studswith together a with a minimum minimum two staggered two staggered rows of rows of 10dx3” common 10dx3” nails common at 8”nails o.c. at 8” o.c. in each row. in each row. 2006 IBC:2006 IBC: Stitch-nailStitch-nail per requirements per requirements above above or stitch-nail or stitch-nail studs together studswith together a with a minimum minimum of the same of size the same and size and spacing ofspacing the nailing of the required nailingto required to attach theattach sheathing the sheathing to the framing to the framing at the panel at the edges, panel provided edges, aprovided a minimum minimum nail penetration nail penetration of 6 timesof 6 times the nail diameter the nail is diameter achieved. is achieved.

1/8” Panel1/8” Edge Panel JointEdge Joint

RoseburgFramingSystem®

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RFPI®-Joist

I-Joist Framing Connectors FACE MOUNT HANGERS Single I-Joist Width

1-3/4”

2-1/16”

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

Double I-Joist

Depth

Hanger

Down Load

9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

IUS1.81/9.5 IUS1.81/11.88 IUS1.81/14 IUS1.81/16 IUS2.06/9.5 IUS2.06/11.88 IUS2.06/14 IUS2.06/16 IUS2.37/9.5 IUS2.37/11.88 IUS2.37/14 IUS2.37/16 IUS3.56/11.88 IUS3.56/14 IUS3.56/16

935 1170 1405 1640 935 1170 1405 1640 935 1170 1405 1640 1405 1405 1640

Width

3-1/2”

4-1/8”

2-5/8”

7”

Depth

Hanger

Down Load

9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

MIU3.56/9 MIU3.56/11 MIU3.56/14 MIU3.56/16 MIU4.28/9 MIU4.28/11 MIU4.28/14 MIU4.28/16 MIU4.75/9 MIU4.75/11 MIU4.75/14 MIU4.75/16 HU412-2 HU414-2 HU414-2

2270 2840 3145 3410 2270 2840 3145 3410 2270 2840 3145 3410 2950 3485 3485

MIU

IUs

TOP FLANGE HANGERS Single I-Joist Width

1-3/4”

FRAMING CONNECTORS

2-1/16”

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

Double I-Joist

Depth

Hanger

Down Load

9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

ITS1.81/9.5 ITS1.81/11.88 ITS1.81/14 ITT16 ITS2.06/9.5 ITS2.06/11.88 ITS2.06/14 ITT2.1/16 ITS2.37/9.5 ITS2.37/11.88 ITS2.37/14 MIT3516 ITT411.88 ITT414 ITT416

1520 1520 1520 1450 1520 1520 1520 1450 1520 1520 1520 2305 1450 1450 1450

Width

3-1/2”

4-1/8”

4-5/8”

7”

Depth

Hanger

Down Load

9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11 7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

MIT49.5 MIT411.88 MIT414 MIT416 MIT4.28/9.5 MIT4.28/11.88 MIT4.28/14 LBV4.28/16 MIT359.5-2 MIT3511.88-2 MIT3514-2 MIT4.75/16 B7.12/11.88 B7.12/14 B7.12/16

2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2460 2305 2305 2305 2305 3800 3800 3800

ITT ITs

MIT

SKEWED 45 HANGERS Single I-Joist Depth

Hanger

9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

SUR/L1.81/9 SUR/L1.81/11 SUR/L1.81/14 SUR/L1.81/14 SUR/L2.1/9 SUR/L2.1/11 SUR/L2.1/11 SUR/L2.1/11 SURI/LI3510/12 SURI/LI3510/12 SURI/LI3514/20 SURI/LI3514/20 SUR/L410 SUR/L414 SUR/L414

1595 2130 2500 2500 1595 2130 2130 2130 1860 1860 2395 2395 1860 2395 2395

Width

1-3/4”

THA Series ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT HANGERS

2-1/16”

Single I-Joist Width

Depth

Hanger

1-3/4” 2-1/16” 2-5/16” 3-1/2”

9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14”

THAI1.81/22 THAI2.1/22 THAI3522 THAI422

Double I-Joist Down Load 1715 1715 1715 1715

Width

Depth

Hanger

3-1/2” 4-1/8” 4-5/8” 7”

9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14”

THAI422 THAI-2 THAI-2 THAI-2

Down Load 1715 2020 2020 2020

THAI-2 are special order. Specify width

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

Double I-Joist Down Load

Width

3-1/2”

4-1/8”

4-5/8”

7”

Depth

Hanger

Down Load

9-1/2” 1-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

SUR/L410 SUR/L410 SUR/L414 SUR/L414 HSUR/L4.28/9 HSUR/L4.28/9 HSUR/L4.75/9 HSUR/L4.75/11 HSUR/L4.75/14 HSUR/L4.75/16 HU412-2X HU414-2X HU414-2X

1860 1860 2395 2395 1860 1860 1655 2210 2760 3050 2950 3485 3485

HU4-X are special order. Specify angle and direction

FIELD SLOPE AND SKEW

VARIABLE PITCH - SINGLE I-JOISTS

Single I-Joist

Single I-Joist Width

Depth

Hanger

Down Load

1-3/4” 2-1/16” 2-5/16” 3-1/2”

ALL ALL ALL ALL

VPA25 VPA2.1 VPA35 VPA4

1050 1230 1230 1230

VPA

LSSU

58

RoseburgFramingSystem®

Width

Depth

Hanger

1-3/4” 2-1/16” 2-5/16” 3-1/2”

9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14”

LSSUI25 LSSU2.1 LSSUI35 LSSU410

Double I-Joist Down Load 995 995 995 1625

Width

Depth

Hanger

3-1/2” 4-1/8” 4-5/8” 7”

9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14” 9-1/2”-14” -

LSSU410 LSU4.28 LSU3510-2 -

Down Load 1625 2300 2300 -


FACE MOUNT LVL HANGERS Single Ply-1-3/4” wide

Double Ply-3-1/2” wide

Triple Ply-5-1/4” wide

Quadruple-Ply 7” wide

Depth

Hanger

Load (100%)

Depth

Hanger

Load (100%)

Depth

Hanger

Load (100%)

Depth

Hanger

Load (100%)

9-1/4”

HU9 HUS1.81/10

3215 4900

9-1/4”

HHUS410 HGUS410

5190 8780

9-1/4”

HHUS5.50/10 HGUS5.50/10

5190 8780

9-1/4”

HHUS7.25/10 HGUS7.25/10

5190 8780

9-1/2”

HU9 HUS1.81/10

3215 4900

9-1/2”

HHUS410 HGUS410

5190 8780

9-1/2”

HHUS5.50/10 HGUS5.50/10

5190 8780

9-1/2”

HHUS7.25/10 HGUS7.25/10

5190 8780

11-1/4”

HU11 HUS1.81/10

4020 4900

11-1/4”

HHUS410 HGUS412

5190 9155

11-1/4”

HHUS5.50/10 HGUS5.50/12

5190 9155

11-1/4”

HHUS7.25/10 HGUS7.25/12

5190 9835

11-7/8”

HU11 HUS1.81/10

4020 4900

11-7/8”

HHUS410 HGUS412

5190 9155

11-7/8”

HHUS5.50/10 HGUS5.50/12

5190 9155

11-7/8”

HHUS7.25/10 HGUS7.25/12

5190 9835

14”

HU14 HUS1.81/10

4540 4900

14”

HHUS410 HGUS414

5190 10015

14”

HHUS5.50/10 HGUS5.50/14

5190 10015

14”

HGUS7.25/14 HGU7.25-SDS

11110 14060

16”

HU14 HUS1.81/10

4540 4900

16”

HHUS410 HGUS414

5190 10015

16”

HHUS5.50/10 HGUS5.50/14

5190 10015

16”

HGUS7.25/14 HHGU7.25-SDS

11110 16700

18”

-

-

18”

HHUS410 HGUS414

5190 10015

18”

HGUS5.50/14 HGU5.50-SDS

10015 14060

18”

HGUS7.25/14 HHGU7.25-SDS

11110 16700

RigidLam® LVL

LVL Framing Connectors

HGU AND HHGU Hangers specify height

HU

HHGU HGUS

GLTV

BA

EGQ WPU

TOP FLANGE LVL HANGERS Single Ply-1-3/4” wide

Double Ply-3-1/2” wide

Triple Ply-5-1/4” wide

Quadruple Ply-7” wide

Depth

Hanger

Load (100%)

Depth

Hanger

Load (100%)

Depth

Hanger

Load (100%)

Depth

Hanger

Load (100%)

9-1/4”

LBV1.81/9.25 WPU1.81/9.25

2910 4700

9-1/4”

LBV3.56/9.25 HB3.56/9.25

2910 5815

9-1/4”

HB5.50/9.25 GLTV5.50/9.25

5815 7500

9-1/4”

HB7.12/9.25 GLTV49.25-2

5815 7500

9-1/2”

MIT9.5 LBV1.81/9.5

2550 2910

9-1/2”

LBV3.56/9.5 HB3.56/9.5

2910 5815

9-1/2”

HB5.50/9.5 GLTV5.59

5815 7500

9-1/2”

HB7.12/9.5 GLTV49.5-2

5815 7500

11-1/4”

LBV1.81/11.25 WPU1.81/11.25

2910 4700

11-1/4”

BA3.56/11.25 HB3.56/11.25

4715 5815

11-1/4”

HB5.50/11.25 GLTV5.50/11.25

5815 7500

11-1/4”

HB7.12/11.25 HGLTV411.25-2

5815 10500

11-7/8”

MIT11.88 BA1.81/11.88

2550 4715

11-7/8”

BA3.56/11.88 HB3.56/11.88

4715 5815

11-7/8”

HB5.50/11.88 HGLTV5.511

5815 10500

11-7/8”

HB7.12/11.88 EGQ7.25-SDS

5815 19800

14”

MIT1.81/14 LBV1.81/14

2550 2910

14”

BA3.56/14 GLTV3.514

4715 7500

14”

HB5.50/14 EGQ5.50-SDS

5815 19800

14”

GLTV414-2 EGQ7.25-SDS

7500 19800

16”

MIT1.81/16 B1.81/16

2550 4135

16”

BA3.56/16 GLTV3.516

4715 7500

16”

HB5.50/16 EGQ5.50-SDS

5815 19800

16”

HGLTV416-2 EGQ7.25-SDS

10500 19800

18”

-

-

18”

HB3.56/18 HGLTV3.518

5815 10500

18”

HGLTV5.518 EGQ5.50-SDS

10500 19800

18”

HGLTV418-2 EGQ7.25-SDS

10500 19800

FRAMING CONNECTORS

MIT

EGQ Hanger specify height

general notes 1. Loads listed are the lowest hanger/header/fastener limitations assuming header material is Douglas Fir-Larch, Southern Pine, or LVL manufactured in the United States. Joist reaction should be checked by a qualified designer to ensure proper hanger selection.

2. Loads shown are gravity (floor) loads. Other load durations may apply. Refer to the current version of Wood Construction Connectors for allowable increases. 3. Top Flange Hanger configurations and thickness of top flange needs to be considered for flush frame conditions.

All hangers listed are manufactured by Simpson Strong-Tie® Co., Inc. For additional information, refer to the current Simpson Strong-Tie literature, www.strongtie.com or contact Simpson Strong-Tie at 800-999-5099.

RoseburgFramingSystem®

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RFPI®-Joist

I-Joist Framing Connectors face mount hangers SINGLE I-JOISTS USP Width 1-3/4”

2-1/16”

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Hanger THF17925 THF17112 THF17140 THF17157 THF20925 THF20112 THF20140 THF20157 THF23925 THF23118 THF23140 THF23160 THF35112 THF35140 THF35157

DOUBLE I-JOISTS Down Load (100%) 1370 1825 2280 2735 1370 1825 2280 2735 1370 1595 2090 2550 1825 2320 2550

USP Width 3-1/2”

4-1/8”

4-5/8”

7”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Hanger THF35925 THF35112 THF35140 THF35157 THF20925-2 THF20112-2 THF20140-2 -- -THF23925-2 THF23118-2 THF23140-2 THF23160-2 HD7120 HD7140 HD7160

Down Load (100%) 1370 1825 2320 2550 1390 1855 2320 -- -1625 1855 2500 3000 2240 2800 3360

USP Notes: (1) Loads assume maximum nailing schedule for single I-Joists.

Top Flange Hangers SINGLE I-JOISTS USP Width 1-3/4”

FRAMING CONNECTORS

2-1/16”

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Hanger THO17950 THO17118 THO17140 THO17160 TFL2095 TFL20118 TFL2014 TFL2016 TFL2395 TFL23118 TFL2314 TFL2316 THO35118 THO35140 THO35160

DOUBLE I-JOISTS Down Load (100%) 1260 1305 1760 1760 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 2050 2715 2715

Width 3-1/2”

4-1/8”

4-5/8”

7”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Down USP Load Hanger (100%) THO35950 2050 THO35118 2050 THO35140 2715 THO35160 2715 THO20950-2 2330 THO20118-2 2330 THO20140-2 2330 THO20160-2 2330 THO23950-2 3535 THO23118-2 3535 THO23140-2 3535 THO23160-2 3535 BPH71118 3510 BPH7114 3510 BPH7116 3510

USP Notes: For top flange hangers applied to I-joist headers, where header flange thickness is less than 1-1/2”, contact USP for possible hanger limitations.

SKEWED 45° HANGERS SINGLE I-JOISTS

Width 1-3/4”

2-1/16”

ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT HANGERS SINGLE I-JOISTS USP Width 1-3/4”

2-1/16”

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Hanger -- -MSH1718 MSH1722 MSH1722 -- --- --- --- --- -MSH2318 MSH2318 MSH2322 MSH422 -- --- --

DOUBLE I-JOISTS Down Load (100%) -- -2165 2165 2165 -- --- --- --- --- -2165 2165 2165 2025 -- --- --

VARIABLE PITCH HANGERS

Width 3-1/2”

4-1/8”

4-5/8”

7”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Down USP Load Hanger (100%) MSH422 2025 MSH422 2025 -- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- -MSH2322-2 2210 MSH2322-2 2210 MSH2322-2 2210 -- --- --- --- -MSH422-2 4200 MSH422-2 4200

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

USP Depth

1-3/4”

9-1/2” - 16”

2-1/8”

9-1/2” - 16”

2-5/16” 9-1/2” - 16” 3-1/2” 11-7/8” - 16”

Hanger TMP175 TMPH175 TMP21 TMPH21 TMP23 TMPH23 TMP4 TMPH4

Down Load (100%) 1150 1945 1290 1945 1970 1945 1970 1945

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Hanger SKH1720L/R SKH1724L/R SKH1724L/R SKH1724L/R SKH2020L/R SKH2020L/R SKH2024L/R SKH2024L/R SKH2320L/R SKH2320L/R SKH2324L/R SKH2324L/R

11-7/8”

SKH410L/R1

2240

14”

SKH414L/R1

3080

16”

SKH414L/R1

3080

Width 3-1/2”

4-1/8”

4-5/8”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8”

7”

14” 16”

USP Notes: (1) Miter cut required on end of joist to achieve design loads (2) Hangers are special order. Consult USP for pricing and lead times.

SINGLE I-JOISTS USP Width 1-3/4”

2-1/16”

2-5/16”

3-1/2”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

Hanger LSSH179 LSSH179 LSSH179 LSSH1791 LSSH20 LSSH20 LSSH20 LSSH201 LSSH23 LSSH23 LSSH23 LSSH231 LSSH35 LSSH35 LSSH351

DOUBLE I-JOISTS Down Load (100%) 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1920 1920 1920

USP Width 3-1/2”

4-1/8”

4-5/8”

7”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 11-7/8” 14” 16”

RoseburgFramingSystem®

Hanger LSSH35 LSSH35 LSSH35 LSSH351 -- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --

Down Load (100%) 1920 1920 1920 1920 -- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --

USP Notes: (1) Supplemental lateral support connection recommended when hanger height is less than 60% of joist height.

Highlighted areas require web stiffeners at joist ends

60

Down USP Load Hanger (100%) SKH410L/R1 2240 SKH410L/R1 2240 SKH414L/R1 3080 SKH414L/R1 3080 SKH2020L/R-2 1650 SKH2020L/R-2 1650 SKH2024L/R-2 1890 SKH2024L/R-2 1890 SKH2320L/R-2 1650 SKH2320L/R-2 1650 SKH2324L/R-2 1890 SKH2324L/R-2 1890 HD71202240 SK45L/R1,2 HD71402800 SK45L/R1,2 HD71603360 1,2 SK45L/R

FIELD SLOPE AND SKEW

SINGLE I-JOISTS

Width

DOUBLE I-JOISTS Down Load (100%) 1625 1855 1855 1855 1625 1625 1855 1855 1625 1625 1855 1855

USP


FACE MOUNT HANGERS SINGLE PLY - 1-3/4” wide

DOUBLE PLY - 3-1/2” wide

TRIPLE PLY - 5-1/4” wide

USP

Down Load

USP

Down Load

USP

Down Load

Hanger

(100%)

Hanger

(100%)

Hanger

(100%)

HD17925

2520

THD410

5320

THD610

5585

HUS1791

4925

THDH4101

8170

THDH6101

8640

HD17112

2870

THD410

5320

THD610

5585

HUS1791

4925

THDH4121

9875

THDH6121

9935

HD1714

3100

THD410

5320

THD610

5585

1

HUS179

4925

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 18”

HD1714

3100

HUS1791

4925

HD1714

3100

-- --

-- --

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 18”

1

THDH414

11100

THD412

6650

THDH4141

11100

THD412

6650

THDH4141

11100

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14”

THDH614

16” 18”

1

11645

THD612

7055

THDH6141

11645

THD612

7055

THDH6141

11645

QUADRUPLE PLY - 7” wide Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 18”

USP

Down Load

Hanger

(100%)

THD7210

5585

THDH72101

8170

THD7210

5585

THDH72121 THD7210

9875 5585

1

THDH7214

11580

HD7120

2240

THDH72141

11580

HD7140

2800

THDH72141

11580

USP Notes:

USP Notes:

(1) Joist nails need to be toe nailed at a 30° to 45° angle to achieve listed loads.

(1) Joist nails need to be toe nailed at a 30° to 45° angle to achieve listed loads.

SINGLE PLY - 1-3/4” wide

DOUBLE PLY - 3-1/2” wide

TRIPLE PLY - 5-1/4” wide

USP

Down Load

USP

Down Load

USP

Down Load

Hanger

(100%)

Hanger

(100%)

Hanger

(100%)

THO17950

1260

PHXU3595

5285

PHXU5295

5285

PHXU1795

4425

HLBH3595

9600

HLBH5295

9600

THO17118

1305

PHXU35118

5285

PHXU52118

5285

PHXU17118

4425

HLBH35118

9600

HLBH52118

9600

THO17140

1760

PHXU3514

5285

PHXU5214

5285

PHXU1714

4425

HLBH3514

9600

HLBH5214

9600

THO17160

1760

PHXU3516

5285

PHXU5216

5285

-- --

-- --

HLBH3516

9600

HLBH5216

9600

-- --

-- --

PHXU3518

5285

PHXU5218

5285

-- --

-- --

HLBH3518

9600

HLBH5218

9600

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 18”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 18”

Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 18”

QUADRUPLE PLY - 7” wide Depth 9-1/2” 11-7/8” 14” 16” 18”

USP

Down Load

Hanger

(100%)

PHXU7195

5285

HLBH7195

9600

PHXU71118

5285

HLBH71118

9600

PHXU7114

5285

HLBH7114

9600

PHXU7116

5285

HLBH7116

9600

PHXU7118

5285

HLBH7118

9600

FRAMING CONNECTORS

TOP FLANGE HANGERS

RigidLam® LVL

LVL Framing Connectors

general notes 1. Loads listed are the lowest hanger/header/fastener limitations assuming header material is Douglas Fir-Larch, Southern Pine, or LVL manufactured in the United States. Joist reaction should be checked by a qualified designer to ensure proper hanger selection. 2. Some loads shown may be increased for duration of load adjustments. Refer to USP full line catalog for details.

All hangers listed are manufactured by USP Structural Connectors™. For more information refer to the current USP Structural Connectors literature, www.uspconnectors.com or contact USP Structural Connectors at 800-328-5934.

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Explanation Of Important EWP Terms 1.  Live Load, Dead Load & Total Load: Most people would feel very uncomfortable in buildings if there were no consideration to deflection or sag even though they were designed to safely support their total design load. That’s because all structures (buildings, bridges, floors, etc.) can safely deflect well beyond the limits that make us feel uncomfortable. Limiting deflection is considered a “serviceability” requirement because it is independent of strength. In floor design, limiting sag is also necessary to prevent cracking in the sheet rock (on the bottom of the joists) due to load being applied and removed during the day. To do this, it is necessary to define that portion of the load that varies and that portion of the load that is always present. By definition, Live Load is people, furniture and pets etc. that can be moved on and off the floor. Dead Load is defined as the weight of the floor system itself or any other load that is permanently attached to the floor. Together, the dead load and the live load make up the total load. 2.  L /360, L/480: A method used to limit the maximum allowable deflection (or sag) when designing joists and beams. Specifically, the term L is the span of the joist or beam expressed in inches and the ratio L/480 would be the maximum allowable deflection the joist would be expected to deflect. It does not represent what the actual deflection of the joist is in the field, just the maximum value it would be allowed to deflect under full design load.

The “L over” ratio is always associated with either live load or total load. The most common values are:

Floors: Roofs:

Live Load – L/480 (or L/360) Live Load – L/240

Total Load – L/240 Total Load – L/180

For example, a typical residential floor (40 psf LL / 10 psf DL) with RFPI-Joists would be designed to an L/480 Live Load limit and an L/240 Total Load limit. For an 18’ span, this would be equivalent to:

L = 18’ x 12 = 216 = 0.45” Allowable Live Load Deflection And L = 18’ x 12 = 216 = 0.90” Allowable Total Load Deflection 480 480 480 240 240 240

The actual Live Load deflection of the floor system would be determined with a surveyor’s transit taking readings before and after a true 40 psf load (i.e., cinder blocks) was applied. The deflection reading obtained in the field must be less than (or equal to) the 0.45”. The same applies to the 0.9” under a true 50 psf load. 3. ­PSF Load: This is the design load, in pounds per square foot that is “applied” to the entire floor or roof area. By code, most residential floors must be designed to support a live load of 40 psf. The live load for roofs is determined by local code and depends on the amount of annual snow expected for that region where the house is. The design dead load psf is determined by the weight of each component of the floor or roof. A typical residential floor will have a dead load of 10 psf but depending on the components used, it can be as high as 20–24 psf. Dead load psf is based on standard material weights found in any of the National Model Building Codes. A typical method for calculating dead load is shown below: Figure 1 DEAD LOAD CALCULATION FOR TYPICAL RESIDENTIAL FLOOR CARPET & PAD T&G Sub-floor

= 1.3 psf = 2.7 psf

Assume 11M\,” RFPI-20 I-Joist @16” o.c. = 1.7 psf (2.2 plf ÷ 1.33’)

B\,” Sheet Rock ceiling = 2.8 psf Miscellaneous (ductwork, wiring, etc.) = 1.5 psf Total Dead Load

= 10 psf

Typical Building Material Weights FLOORS Hardwood - 1” thick Concrete - 1” thick Regular Lightweight Gypcrete - 3/4” thick Sheet vinyl Carpet and pad 3/4” ceramic or quarry tile Linoleum or soft tile 1/2” mortar bed 1” mortar bed CEILINGS Acoustical fiber tile 1/2” gypsum board 5/8” gypsum board Plaster - 1” thick Metal suspension system (including tile)

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ROOFING MATERIALS Asphalt shingles 2.5 psf Wood shingles 2.0 psf Clay tile 9.0-14.0 psf Slate - 3/8” thick 15.0 psf WEIGHTS OF Nominal Size 2x4 2x6 2x8

DOUGLAS FIR FRAMING - PSF Joist Spacing 12” 16” 19.2” 24” 1.4 1.1 0.9 0.7 2.2 1.7 1.4 1.1 2.9 2.2 1.8 1.5

WEIGHTS OF SPRINKLER LINES Schedule 40 Schedule 10 Size of Pipe Dry (plf) Wet (plf) Dry (plf) Wet (plf) 1” 1.7 2.1 1.4 1.8 1-1/2” 2.7 3.6 2.1 3.1 2” 3.7 5.2 2.7 4.2


Software Tools Roseburg Forest Products offers several software tools that will aide you in generating accurate and professional layout drawings and calculations. These software tools include RFP-KeyBeam® and RFP-KeyPlan® developed by Keymark Enterprises, LLC, a company long recognized as an industry leader in the development of progressive software solutions. Also available is the SmartFramer™ layout software developed by Roseburg. RFP-KeyBeam® RFP-KeyBeam is a powerful, yet easy to use single member sizing program that enables you to size RFP engineered wood products for almost any structural condition. You provide a description of the spans, supports, and loads of a specific sizing problem and RFPKeyBeam will present you with a list of multiple product solutions. After selecting a product you can print out a professional and easy to read calc sheet. You can also use RFP-KeyBeam to determine if a particular I-Joist or LVL beam works for a specific application. The program designs RFPI®-Joists at their optimum on-center spacing and RIGIDLAM® LVL beams at their optimum depth. Rectangular or circular holes can also be designed for RFPI-Joists and the program can determine the maximum size hole for a given location. Cantilever reinforcement is automatically specified when required for RFPI-Joists used in load bearing cantilever applications. Roseburg Forest Products will provide this powerful program to you at no cost. You can obtain it in any of the following ways: • Visit our Website at www.Roseburg.com and download it directly to your computer

• Send us an e-mail at ewpsales@rfpco.com and request it. We will mail an installation CD to you. • Call us at 1-800-347-7260 and request it.

In all cases, please provide your name, job title, company name and address, phone number and e-mail address.

RFP-Keyplan® Also available is RFP-KeyPlan, the complete automation system for engineered wood products. With this remarkable tool, the operator describes the framing geometry and RFP-KeyPlan does the rest. In fact, the program will automatically:

RFP-KeyBeam – allows for single member sizing.

• Develop loads throughout the structure • Size all framing members for RFP engineered wood products • Select hangers • Generate placement plans • Generate inventory management, cut optimization, & material consolidation Keymark provides all training and software support necessary to successfully learn and implement these two programs. You can obtain more information about the RFPKeyBeam and RFP-KeyPlan software systems by contacting Keymark directly at 1-800652-6050 or visiting Keymark’s website at www.keymark.com. While talking with Keymark, make sure to schedule a free interactive software demonstration.

RFP-KeyPlan – allows for 3D modeling, vertical load development, & automated member selection.

Smartframer™ SmartFramer software is a proprietary, user-friendly drafting tool that allows you to quickly draw joists, beams, rimboard and hangers for residential or light commercial applications on your computer and print the results with a professional looking color-coded plot. The software program also gives you the opportunity to automatically generate a material list and a bid sheet if desired. Smartframer is a simple to use layout tool, but does not check the structural adequacy of the framing members. The SmartFramer software is an “add-on” module that runs on the SmartSketch™ drawing program developed by Intergraph Corporation. The SmartSketch software is a well-established drafting program that you can purchase directly from the Intergraph Corporation. Roseburg will provide the Smartframer module at no cost to you.

SmartFramer’s user-friendly tools quickly draw joists, beams, rimboard and hangers. You can automatically generate a material list and bid sheet.

Cutting edge technology is available at every level to support you in your selling efforts…

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Code report INdex ROSEBURG EWP CODE REPORTS ICC ESR-1251 ICC ESR-1210 City of Los Angeles RR 25439 DSA PA-131 DSA PA-136    DSA AC 23-1    Florida FL2440 Wisconsin 200217-W

PRODUCT I-JOIST LVL & LVL Rim I-JOIST & LVL I-JOIST LVL    I-Joist     I-JOIST & LVL I-JOIST & LVL (report not available on website)

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