60.3_testreview_Woods%20rev

60.3_testreview_Woods%20rev - Division6Woodsand Plastics

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Division 6 – Woods and  Plastics
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Final Foundation Review
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Wood treatment  Termite control is required pre- construction on most, if not all, Florida  jobsites. Dry rot is often a misnomer because the  fungi that causes the damage needs  exposure to water to cause decay.   Most decay is in wood exposed to 30%  moisture content or greater and air.
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General Framing Requirements Anchorage Requirements Keys are to resist three main design forces Overturning Translation (sliding or pushing) Rotation (spinning) Basic requirements for wood framing ½ inch anchor bolts (Check applicable code) Extend at least 15 inches into filled block or use  expansion bolts (with appropriate pullout strength) No more than six feet apart Not more than 12 inches from each end
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2010 for the course BCN 1210 taught by Professor Fobair during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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