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Wood Structural Panels - Grades and Specifications

  • Tuesday, June 23, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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AIA Huron Valley is pleased to join with the APA- The Engineered Wood Association to present:

"Wood Structural Panels: 

Grades and Specifications"

Presented by Matthew Brown, Engineered Wood Specialist-Chicago/Midwest Energy Efficient Systems Consultant, APA-The Engineered Wood Association

Tuesday June 23rd, 2020

12:00 -1:00 PM

Matt Brown presented a recent AIAHV CE webinar regarding Framing Problems, which was well received.  He's kindly offered to present another CE event.

Continuing Education: This presentation is accredited by the AIA for 1 hour total LU/HSW continuing education credits 

Please email Matthew Brown at Matthew.Brown@apawood.org  to register - please send him your name, AIA number, and email in advance of the date

Wood Structural Panels- Grades and Specifications
Tue, Jun 23, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)

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About this Course

Engineered wood products are structural wood products manufactured by bonding together wood strands, veneers, lumber or other forms of wood fiber to produce a larger and integral composite unit with superior performance characteristics. These high performance building components achieve predictable and reliable performance characteristics with the efficient use of natural resources. This course explains the information shown in the APA trademark and how it relates to floor, wall, and roof construction. This course also explains APA Performance Rated Panels, span ratings, exposure durability, grades and specialty panel definitions.

Learning Objective 1:
APA Rated Sheathing: Become familiar with the applications, classifications, and grades of APA Rated Sheathing.

Learning Objective 2:
APA Rated Siding: Become familiar with the applications, characteristics, and categories of APA Rated Siding, including rough sawn, kerfed rough sawn, T 1-11, reverse board and batten, brush, channel groove, and overlaid siding.

Learning Objective 3:
Wood structural panel grade designations: Understand grades and applications of APA Performance Rated Panels, including grade stamp terminology, grade designations, Bond Classifications, group number, Span Ratings, and specialty grades.

Learning Objective 4:
APA Rated Sturd-I-Floor: Become familiar with the applications, characteristics, and Span Ratings of APA Rated Sturd-I-Floor.

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