CONSTRUCTION GRADE STEEL TRUSSES
Our angle iron steel trusses are manufactured by certified welders and are engineered to meet Alabama and Florida requirements of a 140-mph wind load and a 20 lbs. per square foot snow load when set on 6 x 6 posts at 10-foot centers. We use 2 x 2 x 3/16 angle for both the top and bottom cords with 1 x 1 x 1/8 webbing.
These trusses are intended for agricultural use. If permitting is needed for your project, please call to discuss our engineered trusses before purchase.
Angle iron trusses are available in gable trusses up to 50', lean-to trusses up to 30' and header trusses up to 24'.
ANGLE IRON TRUSSES
Our tubing trusses are constructed using 2x2 steel tubing and 1.25x1.25 webbing. The steel thickness ranges from 16ga to 7ga depending on the span of the truss.
All tubing trusses are made in accordance set forth in the International Building Code (IBC). They are in full compliance with the IBC 2012 Ed. Chapter 22 & 16 (Structural Design) and with AWS D1.1/D1.1M:2015 structural welding.
Tubing trusses boast a live load rating of 20lbs/sq ft. and a snow load rating of 10lbs/sq ft and an ultimate wind speed rating of 115 mph with a maximum span of 12' OC between posts.
Gable trusses can be made up to 60' long using tubing.
Lean-to trusses are mono-slope and are made standard at a 1:12 slope. The have purlin cups attached every 24" and can be made up to 30' in length.
Header trusses are used for achieving wider bay widths. You can use a header truss to achieve post column spacing up to 24'.
Gable trusses are manufactured at a standard 4:12 slope and are bolted together at the apex. They can clear-span lengths up to 60'