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<p>SSMASteel Stud Manufacturers AssociationWWW.SSMA.COM</p> <p>Cold-Formed Steel Details</p> <p>ContentsCover Page. 1 Contents.. 2 Disclaimer 4 Window Details: Load Bearing, Back to Back Header, Single Jamb 5 Load Bearing, Back to Back Header, Boxed Jamb 6 Load Bearing, Back to Back Header, Back to Back Jamb 7 Load Bearing, Boxed Header, Single Jamb 8 Load Bearing, Boxed Header, Boxed Jamb 9 Load Bearing, Boxed Header, Back to Back Jamb 10 Load Bearing, Single Header with Strongback, Single Jamb.. 11 Load Bearing, Single Header with Strongback, Boxed Jamb.. 12 Load Bearing, Single Header with Strongback, Back to Back Jamb.. 13 Non-Load Bearing, Single Track Header, Single Jamb.14 Non-Load Bearing, Single Track Header, Boxed Jamb.15 Non-Load Bearing, Single Track Header, Back to Back Jamb.16 Door Details: Load Bearing, Back to Back Header, Single Jamb 17 Load Bearing, Back to Back Header, Boxed Jamb 18 Load Bearing, Back to Back Header, Back to Back Jamb 19 Load Bearing, Boxed Header, Single Jamb 20 Load Bearing, Boxed Header, Boxed Jamb 21 Load Bearing, Boxed Header, Back to Back Jamb 22 Load Bearing, Single Header with Strongback, Single Jamb.. 23 Load Bearing, Single Header with Strongback, Boxed Jamb.. 24 Load Bearing, Single Header with Strongback, Back to Back Jamb.. 25 Non-Load Bearing, Single Track Header, Single Jamb.26</p> <p>Page 2</p> <p>Non-Load Bearing, Single Track Header, Boxed Jamb.27 Non-Load Bearing, Single Track Header, Back to Back Jamb.28 Deflection Track Assembly: Single Track with Cold-rolled Channel. 29 Double Deflection Track. 30 Bridging Single Flat Strap with Blocking. 31 Double Flat Strap with Blocking.32 Cold-rolled Channel with Angle Clip. 33 Full-height Curtain Wall Deflection Clip..34 Spandrel Curtain Wall Sticker to Beam 35 Diagonal Brace.36 Sticker with Vertical Drop and Diagonal Brace.. 37 Spandrel Framing at Pony Wall at Steel Post with Embed. 38 Bottom Track Anchorage Low Velocity Fastener.39 Wedge Anchor. 40 Backing Flat Strap Lightly Loaded 41 Clipped Track Heavily Loaded.. 42 Wall Framing at Corner Track Lap Connection. 43 Non-Load Bearing Interior Wall Framed Above Ceiling with Diagonal Kicker.. 44 Framed to Ceiling with Diagonal Kicker.. 45 Shearwall X-Bracing. 46 Typical Floor Framing47</p> <p>Page 3</p> <p>DISCLAIMERThe details contained in this document are intended as a general guide for using Steel Stud Manufacturers Association (SSMA) member products. These products should not be used in design or construction without an independent evaluation by a qualified engineer or architect to verify the suitability of a particular product for use in a specific application. The SSMA and its members assume no liability for failure resulting from the use or misapplication of the detail drawings contained herein. This document may not be reproduced or distributed in any form, electronic or otherwise, without the express written consent of SSMA. In no event will SSMA be liable for any damages, including loss of data or information of any kind, lost profits, cost of cover or any other special, incidental, consequential or indirect damages arising out of this agreement or the use or inability to use the details, however caused, and on any theory of liability. Warning: This electronic file is furnished without guarantee of compatibility with recipients hardware or software and may contain undetected viruses or other harmful material. It is recommended that the recipient check the electronic file prior to use. SSMA assumes no responsibility for damage to users property as a result of receiving and/or using the electronic file.</p> <p>Page 4</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Back to Back Header Single JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Back to back header reduces web-crippling reinforcement requirements. 3.Using a wider flange and thicker jamb stud material reduces cost of installation compared to built-up jamb studs. 4.Using a wider flange reduces possibility of installing a wall stud as a jamb stud.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 5</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Back to Back Header Boxed JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Back to back header reduces web-crippling reinforcement requirements. 3.Boxed jamb studs welded together reduces material build-up and finish problems.</p> <p>HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 6</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Back to Back Header Back to Back JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>TRACK PIECE @ OPEN SIDE</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. Back to back header reduces web-crippling 2. reinforcement requirements. 3.Using a back to back jamb with a track cap piece at the opening eliminates welding so that thinner material can be used depending on the load requirements. 4.Reduces the need to reinforce the web at the end reactions of the jamb studs.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 7</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Boxed Header Single JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. Boxed header members provide backing for attachment 2. of window covering support. 3.Using a wider flange and thicker jamb stud material reduces cost of installation compared to built-up jamb studs. 4.Using a wider flange reduces possibility of installing a wall stud as a jamb stud.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 8</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Boxed Header Boxed JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. Boxed jamb studs welded together reduces material 2. build-up and finish problems. 3.Boxed header members provide backing for attachment of window covering support.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 9</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Boxed Header Back to Back JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>TRACK PIECE @ OPEN SIDE</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. Boxed jamb studs welded together reduces material 2. build-up and finish problems. 3.Using a back to back jamb with a track cap piece at the opening eliminates welding so that thinner material can be used depending on the load requirements. 4.Reduces the need to reinforce the web at the end reactions of the jamb studs.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 10</p> <p>INFILL STUD</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Single Header with Strongback Single JambADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2. Strongback header minimizes number of members to be installed vs. back to back or boxed header. 3.Using a wider flange and thicker jamb stud material CRIPPLE STUD reduces cost of installation compared to built-up jamb studs. 4.Using a wider flange reduces possibility of installing a wall stud as a jamb stud. Provides good vertical load transfer at each strongback 5. header into jamb stud. 6.Reduces web-crippling reinforcement being required at end of strongback header.JAMB SILL CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>STRONGBACK</p> <p>HEADER TRACK</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 11</p> <p>INFILL STUD</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Single Header with Strongback Boxed JambADVANTAGES: 1.Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Strongback header minimizes number of members to be installed vs. back to back or boxed header. 3.Boxed jamb studs welded together reduces material build-up and finish problems. 4.Provides good vertical load transfer at each strongback header into jamb stud. 5.Reduces web-crippling reinforcement being required at end of strongback header.</p> <p>STRONGBACK</p> <p>CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>JAMB HEADER TRACK SILL CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 12</p> <p>INFILL STUD</p> <p>Window - Load Bearing Single Header with Strongback Back to Back JambADVANTAGES: 1.Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Strongback header minimizes number of members to be installed vs. back to back or boxed header. 3.Using a back to back jamb with a track cap piece at the opening eliminates welding so that thinner material can be used depending on the load requirements. 4.Reduces the need to reinforce the web at the end reactions of the jamb studs. 5.Provides good vertical load transfer at each strongback header into jamb stud. 6.Reduces web-crippling reinforcement being required at end of strongback header.</p> <p>STRONGBACK</p> <p>CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>TRACK PIECE @ OPEN SIDE</p> <p>JAMB HEADER TRACK SILL CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>INFILL STUD TYPICAL BASE ANCHORAGE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 13</p> <p>Window - Non-Load Bearing Single Track Header Single JambADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Using a wider flange and thicker jamb stud material reduces cost of installation compared to built-up jamb studs. 3.Using a wider flange reduces possibility of installing a wall stud as a jamb stud.</p> <p>INFILL STUD</p> <p>CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>JAMB</p> <p>CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 14</p> <p>Window - Non-Load Bearing Single Track Header Boxed JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Boxed jamb studs welded together reduces material build-up and finish problems.</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>JAMB</p> <p>CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 15</p> <p>Window - Non-Load Bearing Single Track Header Back to Back JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>TRACK PIECE</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1.Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Using a back to back jamb with a track cap piece at the opening eliminates welding so that thinner material can be used depending on the load requirements. 3.Reduces the need to reinforce the web at the end reactions of the jamb studs.</p> <p>JAMB TRACK PIECE CRIPPLE STUD SILL</p> <p>INFILL STUD</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB BASE TRACK</p> <p>Page 16</p> <p>Door - Load Bearing Back to Back Header Single JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Back to back header reduces web-crippling reinforcement requirements. 3.Using a wider flange and thicker jamb stud material reduces cost of installation compared to built-up jamb studs. 4.Using a wider flange reduces possibility of installing a wall stud as a jamb stud.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB</p> <p>Page 17</p> <p>Door - Load Bearing Back to Back Header Boxed JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Back to back header reduces web-crippling reinforcement requirements. 3.Boxed jamb studs welded together reduces material build-up and finish problems. 4.Provides better load transfer from jamb stud to base track vs. single jamb stud.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE</p> <p>ANCHORAGE</p> <p>Page 18</p> <p>Door - Load Bearing Back to Back Header Back to Back JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>TRACK PIECE</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Back to back header reduces web-crippling reinforcement requirements. 3.Using a back to back jamb with a track cap piece at the opening eliminates welding so that thinner material can be used depending on the load requirements. 4.Reduces the need to reinforce the web at the end reactions of the jamb studs. 5.Provides better load transfer from jamb stud to base track vs. single jamb stud.</p> <p>BASE TRACK ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB</p> <p>Page 19</p> <p>Door - Load Bearing Boxed Header Single JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Boxed header members provide backing for attachment of window covering support. 3.Using a wider flange and thicker jamb stud material reduces cost of installation compared to built-up jamb studs. 4.Using a wider flange reduces possibility of installing a wall stud as a jamb stud.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE</p> <p>ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE @ JAMB</p> <p>Page 20</p> <p>Door - Load Bearing Boxed Header Boxed JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1. Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Boxed jamb studs welded together reduces material build-up and finish problems. 3.Boxed header members provide backing for attachment of window covering support. 4.Provides better load transfer from jamb stud to base track vs. single jamb stud.</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE</p> <p>ANCHORAGE</p> <p>Page 21</p> <p>Door - Load Bearing Boxed Header Back to Back JambINFILL STUD CRIPPLE STUD</p> <p>HEADER TRACKS</p> <p>HEADER MEMBERS</p> <p>TRACK PIECE</p> <p>JAMB ANGLE</p> <p>ADVANTAGES: 1.Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at the jamb studs helps maintain alignment of finishes. 2.Boxed jamb studs welded together reduces material build-up and finish problems. 3.Using a back to back jamb with a track cap piece at the opening eliminates welding so that thinner material can be used depending on the load requirements. 4.Reduces the need to reinforce the web at the end reactions of the jamb studs. 5.Provides better load transfer from jamb stud to base track vs. single jamb stud.</p> <p>BASE TRACK ADDITIONAL ANCHORAGE</p> <p>Page 22</p> <p>INFILL STUD</p> <p>Door - Load Bearing Single Header with Strongback Single JambADVANTAGES: 1.Use of cripple stud to receive head/sill tracks at jamb studs helps maintain alignment of fini...</p>