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Technical Information Bulletins
Our extensive library of technical bulletins offers great SIP insight from values of permitted axial point loads for walls and racking shear strength test results to diaphragm applications for roof and floor assemblies used to provide resistance to seismic or wind loads, and more. Gain the SIP construction knowledge you need to build the best, secure structures with Insulspan SIPs.
Technical Bulletin 106: ICC-ES Evaluation Report ESR-1295
Technical Bulletin 112: Roof and Floor Panel Transverse Load Design Charts
Technical Bulletin 113: Wall Panel Design Charts (2x Lumber Splines)
Technical Bulletin 115: Wall Panel Design Charts (OSB Spline and Insulspline)
Technical Bulletin 117: Wall Panel Design Charts (LVL Spline)
Technical Bulletin 124: Roof Panel Overhang Design Chart
Technical Bulletin 126: Wood Screw Withdrawal from APA-Trademarked OSB Structural Panels
Technical Bulletin 107: CCMC Evaluation Report 13016-R
Technical Bulletin 114: Sloped Roof Span and Transverse Design Load Calculation Method
Technical Bulletin 118: Roof Panel Design Charts, NBC of Canada
Technical Bulletin 119: Wall Panel Design Chart (OSB Spline), NBC of Canada
Technical Bulletin 120: Wall Panel Design Charts (2x Lumber Splines), NBC of Canada
Technical Bulletin 121: Wall Panel Design Chart (LVL Spline), NBC of Canada
Technical Bulletin 122: Wall Panel Load Chart (Wood I Joist Splines), NBC of Canada
Technical Bulletin 123: Roof Panel Overhang Specified Load Charts, NBC of Canada
Technical Bulletin 125: Ontario Minister’s Ruling #10-07-244 (13016-R)
Technical Bulletin 101: Permitted Axial Point Loads
Technical Bulletin 105a: NTA Assembly Listings, Seismic Zones A, B, C, D, E, and F
Technical Bulletin 108: Fire Resistance Rated Assemblies
Technical Bulletin 111: Insulspan SIP System ASD and LRFD Shear Wall Design Loads
Technical Bulletin 116: NTA Assembly Report for Use in Roof or Floor Diaphragm Assemblies
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