You are right!
I use it quite extensively. However, when I get into high shear, close nailing
(2"o.c.) requirements, I then change to plywood, because I am not comfortable to
see nail heads splitting those 'peels' left and right regardless what they say
its comparable grade as good as plywood.
Bill Polhemus wrote:
> As some of you may know, we recently moved in to our new home. The roof and
> floor decking, as well as the wall sheathing, were OSB.
> I had assumed that OSB had its own tables available, similar to UBC Table
> 23-II-H or Tables 3.1A/B of NDS.
> Since I'm updating my structural notes on the current project I'm working
> on, I decided to acquaint myself with this topic a bit, and went to
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