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David, I think that was for High Load Diaphragms?  I seem to recal that someone sent a report number for diaphragm values using screws.  I had found reports for I think "Grabber Screws", but can't find them again on the ICC website.
thanks,
Joe

 
On 2/14/07, David Topete <dtopete(--nospam--at)gfdseng.com > wrote:

I believe it was ESR-1952.  Good luck on your new endeavor.

 

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From: Joseph Grill [mailto: jrg40581(--nospam--at)gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 1:16 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: Screwed Plywood Diaphragms

 

I am very sorry to ask this question again so soon, but I am changing jobs and most of my library is packed.  Of course there is one thing that I packed that I can't get to when I need it.  A few weeks ago I posted a question about plywood diaphragm attachments and there was a response with an ICC or NER #.  I have also lost that.  I have searched the archives,  but can't seem to find the thread and have also done a search in the ICC web site, but can't seem to get back to the report.  Does anyone have that information handy.

Thanks,

Joe Grill