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Accommodates horizontal loads only Firestopping, as required Shim, as required Embedded plate Floor system Fireproofing, as required Interior finish, as required Clearance for cross-bracing, as required Panel joint Joint sealant system 1 in. min. clearance, 1 1 / 2 in. preferred
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DETAILS PAGE 12 1 in . m in ., 1 .5 in . re c o m m e n d e d . F ire s to p p in g a t flo o r, a s re q u ire d T h ic k n e s s o f p re c a s t p a n e ls d e te rm in e d b y fa c to rs s u c h a s s p a n a n d re q u ire d w a ll p ro file C o rn e r p a n e ls q u irk m ite re d o r b u tt jo in te d (A lig n o r a lte rn a te b u tt jo in ts ) S e a la n t s y s te m , a s re q u ire d V e rtic a l p a n e l jo in t B e a rin g s u p p o rt a tta c h e d to c o lu m n B e a rin g a n g le a n c h o re d to p a n e l F ire p ro o fin g , a s re q u ire d Figure 2c. Detailing Considerations for Precast Concrete Panels (Sample Plan Detail for Horizontal Span Precast Panels) T ie b a c k c o n n e c tio n u s in g c lip a n g le s a n c h o re d to p a n e l a n d fie ld w e ld e d to c o lu m n . S lo tte d o r o v e rs iz e d h o le s m a y b e u s e d to a c c o m m o d a te e re c tio n to le ra n c e s . S h im s m a y a ls o b e re q u ire d b e tw e e n a n g le a n d c o lu m n . S la b e d g e b e lo w V e rtic a l p a n e l jo in t In te rio r fin is h , a s re q u ire d Figure 2d. Detailing Considerations for Precast Concrete Panels (Sample Plan Detail for Vertical Span Precast Panels) Sealant system, as required Bearing angle anchored to panel Vertical panel joint Fireproofing, as required Bearing support attached to column 1 in. min. clearance, 1 1 / 2 in. recommended. Firestopping at floor, as required Corner panels quirk mitered or butt jointed (Align or alternate butt joints) Thickness of precast panels determined by factors such as span and required wall profile Vertical panel joint Slab edge below Interior finish, as required Tie back connection using clip angles anchored to panel and field welded to column. Slotted or oversized holes may be used to accommodate erection tolerances. Shims may also be required between angle and column.
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PAGE 13 DETAILS In te rio r fin is h , a s re q u ire d S p a n d re l b e a m (ty p .) S tiffe n e r p la te b e lo w p a n e l s u p p o rt, a s re q u ire d 1 " m in . c le a ra n c e , 1 .5 " p re fe rre d S la b e d g e B e a rin g a n g le - a tta c h to e m b e d d e d p la te E m b e d d e d p la te S e a la n t s y s te m , a s re q u ire d Spandrel beam (typ.) Interior finish, as required Stiffener plate below panel support, as required 1 in. min. clearance, 1 1 / 2 in. preferred Slab edge Bearing angle—attach to embedded plate Embedded plate Sealant system, as required Figure 2e. Detailing Considerations for Precast Concrete Panels (Sample Plan Detail for Horizontal Span Precast Panels at Inside Corner) 1 " m in . c le a ra n c e , 1 .5 " p re fe rre d In te rio r fin is h , a s re q u ire d F lo o r s y s te m F ire p ro o fin g , a s re q u ire d A lte rn a te a tta c h m e n t 1 fo r p re c a s t p a n e l
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