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Most common end type for bottom chord bearing on wall plate or steel section while also permitting upper wall frame to bear directly above. May also be used for connection to framing brackets.

Similar purpose as End Type 1, however permits timber end bracing trimmers to provide lateral stability. It also accomodates minor site variations by allowing the setbacks to be curtailed back if need be.

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Accomodates ease of installation of timber end bracing trimmers while also supporting upper loadbearing wall frame. It acts as an additional bottom plate and supports the end of the sheet flooring..

Suitable for bottom chord bearing on the bottom flange of a steel channel or universal beam while also maintaining floor level above top flange.

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Flexible end type that comprises of a solid block insert nailed into position through top and bottom chords. The resulting I-beam end is bottom chord supported and can be cut back on an angle to suit steel sections.

Flexible end type that comprises of a solid block insert nailed into position through top and bottom chords. The resulting I-beam end is bottom chord supported and can be cut back on an angle to suit steel sections or match lower roof conditions. This version of End Type 5 has a full width end block that is cut back to accommodate an upper storey load-bearing wall set back from the lower storey.

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Flexible end type that comprises of a solid block insert nailed into position through top and bottom chords. The resulting I-beam end is bottom chord supported and can be cut back on an angle to suit steel sections or match lower roof conditions. Alternatively, end Type 5 with a full width end block is suitable for cantilevering over lower storey walls and carrying upper storey load-bearing walls.

Standard bottom chord bearing with the capacity to transfer high loads from upper loadbearing walls.

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Standard bottom chord bearing with the capacity to transfer high loads from upper loadbearing walls. End Type 6 also provides extra timber nailing area when supporting trusses in Pryda joist hangers.

Top chord support on wall frames, floor beams and waling plates. Promotes easy installation. It is advised that bottom chord should be restrained (skew nails minimum) to obtain best results.

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Top chord support on wall frames, floor beams and waling plates. Promotes easy installation. It is advised that bottom chord should be restrained (skew nails minimum) to obtain best results.

Similar purpose to End Type 7 however the level of this truss is not governed by the supporting member. This end type also permits the floor trusses to support higher loads.

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Permits the floor trusses to be supported on the top chord while also housing the supporting beam within the depth of the truss. Encourages continuous ceiling lines under trusses.

This end type is suitable for short internal cantilevers alongside stair openings.

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Permits support into steel channels and universal beams while maintaining a floor and ceiling level that finishes flush with the top and bottom flange

Permits bottom chord support into steel channels and universal beams with the bottom chord finishing flush with the bottom flange while also maintaining a floor level above the top flange.

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The full range of end configurations available to floor trusses may also be incorporated into Longreach and Pryda Span roof trusses. In addition to this the end configuration may be designed to fit a box gutter. This option is available to all truss depths however the dimensions of the box gutter may be limited.

The full range of end configurations available to floor trusses may also be incorporated into Longreach and Pryda Span roof trusses. In addition to this the end configuration may be designed to fit a box gutter. This option is available to all truss depths however the dimensions of the box gutter may be limited.