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Drywall Screws in Joist Hangars

Discussion in 'Residential Structural Codes' started by jar546, Aug 15, 2019 at 6:26 AM.

  1. jar546

    jar546 *****istrator

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    Not only are there unused holes but.............
    Insert code violation number here:

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  2. steveray

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    R104.9 Approved materials and equipment. Materials,
    equipment and devices approved by the building official shall
    be constructed and installed in accordance with such
    approval

    R106.1.2 Manufacturer’s installation instructions.
    Manufacturer’s installation instructions, as required by
    this code, shall be available on the job site at the time of
    inspection.

    R502.6.2 Joist framing. Joists framing into the side of a
    wood girder shall be supported by approved framing
    anchors or on ledger strips not less than nominal 2 inches
    by 2 inches (51 mm by 51 mm).
     
  3. e hilton

    e hilton Bronze Member

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    Looks like the hanger is fastened to the web of an i-joist. Don’t think the mfgr allows that.
     
  4. tmurray

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    Looks like LVL to me.
     
  5. Pcinspector1

    Pcinspector1 Platinum Member

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    R106.1.2 in regards to the SST hanger, drywall screws would not be permitted but SST screws would. So the hanger would not be installed correctly per manufactures instructions. I believe the correct hanger is being used for a 1.5 width framing lumber unless the plans state otherwise. GP and TJI allow both USP and Simpson hanger usage with this type LVL beam.
     
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    Simpson loves these for their road show on "what not to do" with their hangers.
     
  7. my250r11

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    Those don't look to be the correct Simpson hard nails for the hanger, appear to be 2 different types of nails as well.
     
  8. e hilton

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    I was interpreting the plywood where the caption is ... to be the flange of the joist. You could be right.
     

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