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Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106)


Software version: 2019

Last updated May 13, 2019 by Trimble Solutions UK tekla.support.uk@trimble.com

Software version: 
2019
Environment: 
Not environment-specific

Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106)

The Metsec Non-Continuous Rail system joint is normally used when the specified column face to cladding distance is less than that possible for the standard purlin/rail joint. The joint can handle flush or recessed sheeting lines. A non-standard cleat, (either angle or tee), is welded to the column, and bolted to the rail using holes along the standard gauge lines.

Before and after

Tekla Structures model before adding Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106) Tekla Structures model after adding Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106)

Notes

  • Any modification of the selected parts will cause this joint to be updated.
  • If specific values are entered under the bolts tab, thus overriding the default bolt positions then non standard parts may be created.
  • Primary member can be an I section or channel
  • Secondary member must be perpendicular to the primary member and have the same orientation

Selection order example

  1. Column
  2. Rail

The order to select Tekla Structures model when adding Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106)

See also

Metsec cold rolled - Important information
Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106) - Parts tab
Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106) - Parameters tab
Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106) - Bolts tab

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