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Structural Panel Construction

For the convenience of Architects and Builders we are providing a selection of our most common Structural Panel Construction Details. We hope that these help designers and builders understand the benefits of working with SIPs and make it easier for them to specify SIP construction. These Details are general cases and are not guaranteed to work in every situation.

Details

#0 – SIP Details – Master Library Complete pdf

#1 – Double 3 Inch Wide Panel Spline Connection pdf

#2 – Single LVL Spline Connection pdf

#3 – Double 2x Spline Connection pdf

#4 – 3.5″x5.5″ SCL Spline Connection pdf

#6 – I-Joist Spline Connection pdf

#8 – 3 Inch Wide Spline Connection – Pentalam pdf

#9 – Conventional 1st Floor Deck Connection – Joists Perpendicular pdf

#12 – Rimpanel 1st Floor Deck Connection – Joists Parallel pdf

#13 – Conventional 1st Floor Deck on ICF – Joists Perpendicular pdf

#14 – Panel to Frost Wall – Dropped Slab pdf

#15 – Panel to Frost Wall – Insulated Slab pdf

#16 – Panel to Frost Wall – ICF pdf

#17 – 2nd Floor Deck Connection – Joists Perpendicular pdf

#18 – 2nd Floor Deck Connection – Joists Parallel pdf

#19 – Structural Corner Connection pdf

#20 – Angled Corner Connection pdf

#21 – Structural Corner with Hold-down pdf

#24 – Rough Opening with Insulated Header – Top & Bottom Edge detail pdf

#25 – SIP Box Beam Header pdf

#26 – Rough Opening for High Performance pdf

#27 – Insulated Header at Top of Wall with Top Plate pdf

#28 – Insulated Header at Top of Wall No Top Plate pdf

#29 – Square Cut Eave Overhang Connection pdf

#30 – Plumb Cut Eave Overhang Connection pdf

#31 – Square Cut Eave Connection – No Overhang pdf

#32 – Plumb Cut Eave Connection – No Overhang pdf

#33 – Square Cut Eave Connection – with Floor Deck pdf

#36 – Rake Overhang Connection pdf

#37 – Rake Overhang Connection – No Overhang pdf

#38 – Rake Overhang Connection – Pentalam pdf

#39 – Ridge Connection – Foam Gap pdf

#40 – Ridge Connection – Structural pdf

#41 – Ridge Connection – Pentalam pdf

#42 – Valley Connection – Foam Gap pdf

#43 – Valley Connection – Structural pdf

#45 – Truss Connection Detail – Energy Heel pdf

#46 – Truss Connection Detail – Dropped Heel pdf

#47 – Panel to Truss Connection – Panel Joint Between Trusses pdf

#48 – Panel to Truss Connection – No Panel Joint pdf

#49 – Panel to Truss Connection – Panel Joint on Truss pdf

#50 – Top of Wall Detail pdf

#51 – Roof Panel to Ledger Detail pdf

#53 – Roof Panel Back Cut Connection pdf

#54 – Roof Panel to Purlin Connection pdf

#55 – Beam Pocket Perspective pdf

#57 – King Stud or Wind Bracing Attachment Detail pdf

#58 – Panel Sill Connection with Hold-Down – Rimpanel Deck pdf

#60 – Panel Sill Connection with Hold-Down – Frost Wall pdf

#61 – Panel Sill Connection with Hold-Down – Side View pdf

#63 – Panel Sill Connection with Cast in Strap pdf

#64 – Field Wiring Detail – Panel Runs By Floor Deck pdf

#65 – Pre-Cut Wiring Detail – Conventional Deck pdf

#66 – Field Wiring Detail pdf

#67 – Pre-Cut Wiring Detail pdf

#68 – Field Wiring Detail – Slab with Baseboard Chase pdf

Please remember that these are general cases and will not work in every situation.

Foard Panel is a providing a Free Download of these details in hopes of encouraging more designers, builders, and owners to understand SIP construction, and choose to build with SIPs. If there is any questions about how to adapt the general details to your project Please Contact Us.

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