16 gauge metal stud

16 gauge metal stud DEFAULT

Description

ClarkDietrich studs are made in a variety of flange widths to meet different applications


Find the system you need with:
ClarkDietrich iTools - Structural Stud Lookup Tool

  • Standard Web Size: 2-1/2” (250S), 3-1/2” (350S), 3-5/8” (362S), 4” (400S), 5-1/2” (550S), 6” (600S), 8” (800S), 10” (1000S), 12” (1200S), 14” (1400S)
  • Flange Sizes: 1-3/8”, 1-5/8”, 2”, 2-1/2”, 3”.
  • Thickness: 33 mils (20ga), 43 mils (18ga), 54 mils (16ga), 68 mils (14ga) and 97 mils (12ga).
  • 33mil (20ga) and 43mil (18ga) framing products are produced with 33ksi steel.
  • 54mil (16ga), 68mil (14ga) and 97mil (12ga) products are produced with 50ksi steel unless otherwise noted.
  • Standard coating: CP60 (CP90 available)
  • Additional member depths of 7-1/4", 9-1/4", 11-1/2", 13-1/2" and 14" are also available.
  • All studs are color coded for easy identification.

ClarkDietrich S137 (CWN) member have a 1-3/8" flange and 3/8" return and are used to support the exterior skin or cladding material (metal, stone, tile, glass, etc.) and the wind loads to which they are subjected.

ClarkDietrich S162 (CSJ) members have a 1-5/8" flange and a 1/2" return and are considered the industry standard. S162 members are preferred for most curtain wall applications. They also provide the vertical strength necessary for demanding load-bearing structural applications and sufficient strength for many joist applications.

ClarkDietrich S200 (CSW) members a 2" wide flange and a 5/8" return that provides a larger bearing surface for attaching sub-flooring or sheathing materials. This framing member is also used in axial load-bearing wall assemblies.

ClarkDietrich S250 (CSE) members have a 2-1/2" wide flange and a 5/8" return and are used in floor joist assemblies and heavy loading conditions.

ClarkDietrich S300 (CSS) members have a 3" flange and a 5/8" return and are used in very heavy loading and long spanning conditions.

See ClarkDietrich's Product Identification sheet for more on how to identify our products.

Technical Data

Full structural framing technical design guide

While this Design Guide Catalog is quite comprehensive, it does not completely cover our vast and growing lineup of products or design tables. To keep the catalog from being overloaded, it only includes half the design tables our online tools can offer. Please consider using ClarkDietrich iTools.

Structural Studs, may be used in a variety of applications and designs. While most conditions require the expertise of a design professional, many systems can be selected based on tabulated data or design tools. Locate the required assembly below and follow the instructions for selecting the proper design criteria.

Interior Walls w/Structural Framing (Nonstructural / Non-load bearing)

Design Tools:

Limiting Height Tables:

Typically ProSTUD Drywall Framing is used for interior walls but the use of structural framing may be needed to meet taller requirements. Interior nonstructural (non-load bearing) walls calculated in the Structual Stud Lookup Tool and Limiting Height Tables are limited to a superimposed axial load, exclusive of sheathing materials, of not more than 100 lb/ft, or a superimposed axial load of not more than 200 lbs.

Lateral Load / Design Load

Nonstructural (Non-load bearing) interior walls must be designed to withstand a minimum of 5 psf lateral load (perpendicular to the wall) for interior pressure as required by the International Building Code. Check your projects Architectural Specifications and/or drawings for the minimum design load required. Loads of 7.5psf and 10psf are typically used for shaftwalls or interior lobby walls located in floors with multiple exterior doors.

Deflection

The main purpose of specifying an allowable stud lateral deflection for interior wall framing is actually for determining what is an acceptable deflection for the wall facing materials. Sheathing and Finish materials require a minimum stiffness to prevent cracking. The required stiffness for the finish material is achieved by the specified deflection limit. Check with your projects Architectural Specifications and/or drawings for the lateral deflection required for a given wall facing material. Interior walls typically require a minimum lateral deflection of L/240. Some finishes such as tile or thin stone may require a higher deflection limit like L/360 or even L/600. We do not recommend using L/120 for walls taller than 10 feet.

For example a 10’ wall at L/120 (L = Length in inches, divided by 120) could have a lateral deflection of (10x12/120) = 1"

Limiting Heights

Limiting heights are based on continuous lateral support (gypsum wallboard) on each flange over the full height of the stud. If wallboard does not run the full height of the stud, lateral bracing may be required. Contact ClarkDietrich Technical Services to help determine spacing of the lateral bracing above the wallboard.

See all design notes on the bottom of the lookup tool and tables.

Exterior Curtain Walls

Design Tools:

Limited Height Tables:

Curtain Wall Framing Systems support the exterior skin or cladding of commercial and industrial buildings. The studs for these framing systems must be able to withstand:

  • The weight of the cladding material (metal, stone, tile, etc.).
  • The wind loads to which they will be subjected.

Exterior curtain walls are non-axial load bearing and must be designed to withstand the highest lateral loads, wind or seismic, prescribed by the building code for the particular construction location and type. Limited heights in the above lookup tool and tables are for single span systems only. It is recommended to have a vertical deflection gap between the top of the stud and top track for primary structure movement as required by the E.O.R. A deep leg deflection track system is used in this condition.

Lateral Load / Design Load

Exterior curtain walls must be designed to withstand the highest lateral loads anticipated for the particular construction location and type. Wind pressures can be found in the project's structural drawings under the “general notes” section. Required lateral loads for design must be provided by the E.O.R. or the Specialty Engineer.

Load/Span Table Wind Pressure Notes

IBC 2012/ASCE 7-10 only

Due to changes in the model building codes, design wind pressures determined using IBC 2012/ASCE 7-10 are strength level loads (LRFD) in comparison to those determined in earlier IBC codes which were service level loads (ASD). The load/span tables that are in this lookup tool are based on service level (ASD) wind loads. Therefore, to properly use the load/span tables in this tool, multiply the IBC 2012/ASCE 7-10 design wind pressures by 0.6 (reference section 2.4 ASCE 7-10) prior to entering the load/span tables.

Example:
ASCE 7-10 Calculated Design Wind Pressure = 16psf (strength level loads, LRFD)
Convert to service level load (ASD) = 16psf x 0.6 = 10psf
Use 10psf as the Pressure Value used in this table to determine the member span

Any other building code

The load/span tables that are in this lookup tool are based on service level (ASD) wind loads. If the wind load being used meets this criterion, it does not need to be modified prior to using the tables.

Deflection

The main purpose of specifying an allowable stud deflection for curtain wall framing is actually for determining what is an acceptable deflection for the wall facing materials. A metal stud is ductile and therefore can perform at a wide range of deflections. Wall facing materials tend to be more brittle (Brick, Stucco or EIFS), and thus have a more stringent maximum allowable deflection. The project architect or project specifications should note what the allowable deflection is for a given wall facing material.

Typical Deflection Requirements: (L = Length in inches)

  • L/240 Exterior siding or EIFS
  • L/360 Exterior stucco
  • L/600 Exterior brick or stone
  • L/720 Exterior brick or stone

For example a 20’ wall at L/240 (L = Length in inches, divided by 240) could have a lateral deflection of (20x12/240) = 1”.

Limiting Heights

Limiting heights are based on continuous lateral support (rigid sheathing) on each flange over the full height of the stud. Horizontal structural bridging (or bracing) is defaulted to be at 4 ft. on center for the purposes of the values shown in the lookup tool and tables. The actual bridging that is ultimately provided is to be determined by the licensed specialty engineer responsible for the cold-formed steel design for the given project. Contact ClarkDietrich Technical Services to help determine maximum spacing of the lateral bracing.

Adding additional horizontal bridging will not reduce the actual deflection in the wall. To reduce the deflection of a wall stud, either a heavier member is required or an intermediate structural support must be provided.

See all design notes on the bottom of the lookup tool and tables.

Interior and Exterior Load Bearing Walls

Design Tables:

Load-bearing walls must be capable of handling vertical loads even when subjected to lateral loads from wind or another force. The following tables identify the axial (vertical) load that can be supported by each member under given lateral load conditions.

Need higher performance than conventional “C” shaped studs?

Heavy-Duty Stud (HDS®) alternative cost-effective framing system with superior strength. The superior strength and carrying capacity of the HDS means higher performance with fewer members. It eliminates box beam headers, stud-to-track nesting, built-up members for posts and jambs and has superior axial strength for load-bearing projects.

Installation

Easy installation of wiring, plumbing and bridging.

ClarkDietrich cold-formed C-studs, produced to AISI S240-15, for axial load-bearing and curtain-wall framing are pre-punched with knockouts at regular intervals—specifically designed to allow for rapid installation of pipes, electrical conduit and wall bridging.

Knockouts are punched 12" o.c. from the lead edge with additional knockouts every 24" o.c. (on the West Coast, the first knockout is punched 24" o.c. from the lead edge). Caution must be exercised when installing studs so knockouts align for bridging. Based on stud length, the distance the knockout falls from the tail end of the stud may not be the same from the lead end. To align punchouts, make sure to use the same end in the same direction consistently.

Knockout Sizes

Standard knockout sizing is 1-1/2" x 4" in members 3-1/2" and wider. Members smaller than 3-1/2" are unpunched unless otherwise specified at time of order. If specified, members will be punched with a 3/4" x 4" knockout.

Resources

Full structural framing technical design guide

While this Design Guide Catalog is quite comprehensive, it does not completely cover our vast and growing lineup of products or design tables. To keep the catalog from being overloaded, it only includes half the design tables our online tools can offer. Please consider using ClarkDietrich iTools.

Code Approvals & Performance Standards:

ClarkDietrich Cold-Formed Steel C-Studs FAQs

Submittals

ClarkDietrich SubmittalPro®

The Fastest way to find product information

Submittal sheets for the exact product you're looking for can be created by using ClarkDietrich's SubmittalPro® Product Submittal System.

Most common Structural submittals can be found below:

Sours: https://www.clarkdietrich.com/products/structural-studs

Description

ClarkDietrich studs are made in a variety of flange widths to meet different applications


Find the system you need with:
ClarkDietrich iTools - Structural Stud Lookup Tool

  • Standard Web Size: /2” (S), /2” (S), /8” (S), 4” (S), /2” (S), 6” (S), 8” (S), 10” (S), 12” (S), 14” (S)
  • Flange Sizes: /8”, /8”, 2”, /2”, 3”.
  • Thickness: 33 mils (20ga), 43 mils (18ga), 54 mils (16ga), 68 mils (14ga) and 97 mils (12ga).
  • 33mil (20ga) and 43mil (18ga) framing products are produced with 33ksi steel.
  • 54mil (16ga), 68mil (14ga) and 97mil (12ga) products are produced with 50ksi steel unless otherwise noted.
  • Standard coating: CP60 (CP90 available)
  • Additional member depths of /4", /4", /2", /2" and 14" are also available.
  • All studs are color coded for easy identification.

ClarkDietrich S (CWN) member have a /8" flange and 3/8" return and are used to support the exterior skin or cladding material (metal, stone, tile, glass, etc.) and the wind loads to which they are subjected.

ClarkDietrich S (CSJ) members have a /8" flange and a 1/2" return and are considered the industry standard. S members are preferred for most curtain wall applications. They also provide the vertical strength necessary for demanding load-bearing structural applications and sufficient strength for many joist applications.

ClarkDietrich S (CSW) members a 2" wide flange and a 5/8" return that provides a larger bearing surface for attaching sub-flooring or sheathing materials. This framing member is also used in axial load-bearing wall assemblies.

ClarkDietrich S (CSE) members have a /2" wide flange and a 5/8" return and are used in floor joist assemblies and heavy loading conditions.

ClarkDietrich S (CSS) members have a 3" flange and a 5/8" return and are used in very heavy loading and long spanning conditions.

See ClarkDietrich's Product Identification sheet for more on how to identify our products.

Technical Data

Full structural framing technical design guide

While this Design Guide Catalog is quite comprehensive, it does not completely cover our vast and growing lineup of products or design tables. To keep the catalog from being overloaded, it only includes half the design tables our online tools can offer. Please consider using ClarkDietrich iTools.

Structural Studs, may be used in a variety of applications and designs. While most conditions require the expertise of a design professional, many systems can be selected based on tabulated data or design tools. Locate the required assembly below and follow the instructions for selecting the proper design criteria.

Interior Walls w/Structural Framing (Nonstructural / Non-load bearing)

Design Tools:

Limiting Height Tables:

Typically ProSTUD Drywall Framing is used for interior walls but the use of structural framing may be needed to meet taller requirements. Interior nonstructural (non-load bearing) walls calculated in the Structual Stud Lookup Tool and Limiting Height Tables are limited to a superimposed axial load, exclusive of sheathing materials, of not more than lb/ft, or a superimposed axial load of not more than lbs.

Lateral Load / Design Load

Nonstructural (Non-load bearing) interior walls must be designed to withstand a minimum of 5 psf lateral load (perpendicular to the wall) for interior pressure as required by the International Building Code. Check your projects Architectural Specifications and/or drawings for the minimum design load required. Loads of psf and 10psf are typically used for shaftwalls or interior lobby walls located in floors with multiple exterior doors.

Deflection

The main purpose of specifying an allowable stud lateral deflection for interior wall framing is actually for determining what is an acceptable deflection for the wall facing materials. Sheathing and Finish materials require a minimum stiffness to prevent cracking. The required stiffness for the finish material is achieved by the specified deflection limit. Check with your projects Architectural Specifications and/or drawings for the lateral deflection required for a given wall facing material. Interior walls typically require a minimum lateral deflection of L/ Some finishes such as tile or thin stone may require a higher deflection limit like L/ or even L/ We do not recommend using L/ for walls taller than 10 feet.

For example a 10’ wall at L/ (L = Length in inches, divided by ) could have a lateral deflection of (10x12/) = 1"

Limiting Heights

Limiting heights are based on continuous lateral support (gypsum wallboard) on each flange over the full height of the stud. If wallboard does not run the full height of the stud, lateral bracing may be required. Contact ClarkDietrich Technical Services to help determine spacing of the lateral bracing above the wallboard.

See all design notes on the bottom of the lookup tool and tables.

Exterior Curtain Walls

Design Tools:

Limited Height Tables:

Curtain Wall Framing Systems support the exterior skin or cladding of commercial and industrial buildings. The studs for these framing systems must be able to withstand:

  • The weight of the cladding material (metal, stone, tile, etc.).
  • The wind loads to which they will be subjected.

Exterior curtain walls are non-axial load bearing and must be designed to withstand the highest lateral loads, wind or seismic, prescribed by the building code for the particular construction location and type. Limited heights in the above lookup tool and tables are for single span systems only. It is recommended to have a vertical deflection gap between the top of the stud and top track for primary structure movement as required by the E.O.R. A deep leg deflection track system is used in this condition.

Lateral Load / Design Load

Exterior curtain walls must be designed to withstand the highest lateral loads anticipated for the particular construction location and type. Wind pressures can be found in the project's structural drawings under the “general notes” section. Required lateral loads for design must be provided by the E.O.R. or the Specialty Engineer.

Load/Span Table Wind Pressure Notes

IBC /ASCE only

Due to changes in the model building codes, design wind pressures determined using IBC /ASCE are strength level loads (LRFD) in comparison to those determined in earlier IBC codes which were service level loads (ASD). The load/span tables that are in this lookup tool are based on service level (ASD) wind loads. Therefore, to properly use the load/span tables in this tool, multiply the IBC /ASCE design wind pressures by (reference section ASCE ) prior to entering the load/span tables.

Example:
ASCE Calculated Design Wind Pressure = 16psf (strength level loads, LRFD)
Convert to service level load (ASD) = 16psf x = 10psf
Use 10psf as the Pressure Value used in this table to determine the member span

Any other building code

The load/span tables that are in this lookup tool are based on service level (ASD) wind loads. If the wind load being used meets this criterion, it does not need to be modified prior to using the tables.

Deflection

The main purpose of specifying an allowable stud deflection for curtain wall framing is actually for determining what is an acceptable deflection for the wall facing materials. A metal stud is ductile and therefore can perform at a wide range of deflections. Wall facing materials tend to be more brittle (Brick, Stucco or EIFS), and thus have a more stringent maximum allowable deflection. The project architect or project specifications should note what the allowable deflection is for a given wall facing material.

Typical Deflection Requirements: (L = Length in inches)

  • L/ Exterior siding or EIFS
  • L/ Exterior stucco
  • L/ Exterior brick or stone
  • L/ Exterior brick or stone

For example a 20’ wall at L/ (L = Length in inches, divided by ) could have a lateral deflection of (20x12/) = 1”.

Limiting Heights

Limiting heights are based on continuous lateral support (rigid sheathing) on each flange over the full height of the stud. Horizontal structural bridging (or bracing) is defaulted to be at 4 ft. on center for the purposes of the values shown in the lookup tool and tables. The actual bridging that is ultimately provided is to be determined by the licensed specialty engineer responsible for the cold-formed steel design for the given project. Contact ClarkDietrich Technical Services to help determine maximum spacing of the lateral bracing.

Adding additional horizontal bridging will not reduce the actual deflection in the wall. To reduce the deflection of a wall stud, either a heavier member is required or an intermediate structural support must be provided.

See all design notes on the bottom of the lookup tool and tables.

Interior and Exterior Load Bearing Walls

Design Tables:

Load-bearing walls must be capable of handling vertical loads even when subjected to lateral loads from wind or another force. The following tables identify the axial (vertical) load that can be supported by each member under given lateral load conditions.

Need higher performance than conventional “C” shaped studs?

Heavy-Duty Stud (HDS®) alternative cost-effective framing system with superior strength. The superior strength and carrying capacity of the HDS means higher performance with fewer members. It eliminates box beam headers, stud-to-track nesting, built-up members for posts and jambs and has superior axial strength for load-bearing projects.

Installation

Easy installation of wiring, plumbing and bridging.

ClarkDietrich cold-formed C-studs, produced to AISI S, for axial load-bearing and curtain-wall framing are pre-punched with knockouts at regular intervals—specifically designed to allow for rapid installation of pipes, electrical conduit and wall bridging.

Knockouts are punched 12" o.c. from the lead edge with additional knockouts every 24" o.c. (on the West Coast, the first knockout is punched 24" o.c. from the lead edge). Caution must be exercised when installing studs so knockouts align for bridging. Based on stud length, the distance the knockout falls from the tail end of the stud may not be the same from the lead end. To align punchouts, make sure to use the same end in the same direction consistently.

Knockout Sizes

Standard knockout sizing is /2" x 4" in members /2" and wider. Members smaller than /2" are unpunched unless otherwise specified at time of order. If specified, members will be punched with a 3/4" x 4" knockout.

Resources

Full structural framing technical design guide

While this Design Guide Catalog is quite comprehensive, it does not completely cover our vast and growing lineup of products or design tables. To keep the catalog from being overloaded, it only includes half the design tables our online tools can offer. Please consider using ClarkDietrich iTools.

Code Approvals & Performance Standards:

ClarkDietrich Cold-Formed Steel C-Studs FAQs

Submittals

ClarkDietrich SubmittalPro®

The Fastest way to find product information

Submittal sheets for the exact product you're looking for can be created by using ClarkDietrich's SubmittalPro® Product Submittal System.

Most common Structural submittals can be found below:

Sours: https://www.clarkdietrich.com/products/structural-studs
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