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Re: 5/8" Thick WSP Panel Identification Index: 40/20 vs. 32/16

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40/20 is 5/8 (19/32 actually).  32/16 is 1/2 or 15/32.  To spec a 5/8 32/16
would be technically incorrect, even if it is listed somewhere in a design
chart.  If a 5/8 panel is available it will be rated 40/20.


Paul Feather PE, SE
pfeather(--nospam--at)SE-Solutions.net
www.SE-Solutions.net
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Subject: 5/8" Thick WSP Panel Identification Index: 40/20 vs. 32/16


> Is anyone aware of the physical differences between the two specs? Number
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> plies? Cost? Availability?
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