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Tom, Drew,
 
        It would make me very nervous; but you might be able to load test them cheaper than you can replace all of them.
 
Regards,
 
H. Daryl Richardson
----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Skaggs
Sent: Friday, June 05, 2009 11:34 AM
Subject: RE: Willamette StrucJoist capacity

Willamette Industries was purchased by Weyerhaeuser, your local iLevel representative may be able to answer your question.

 

http://www.ilevel.com/

 

FWIW, 6 year old I-joist ?sitting outside partially covered? would make me nervous and all kinds of red flags would be raised.  Of course, the definition of ?partially covered? can vary significantly, so the joists may be perfectly suitable.

 

Tom

 

 

Thomas D. Skaggs, Ph.D., P.E.

Manager, Product Evaluation

APA

7011 S. 19th Street

Tacoma, WA 98466

253-620-7479 (office)

253-620-7235 (fax)

tom.skaggs(--nospam--at)apawood.org

www.apawood.org

 

 

 

From: Drew Morris [mailto:dmorris(--nospam--at)bbfm.com]
Sent: Friday, June 05, 2009 10:07
To: SEAINT
Subject: Willamette StrucJoist capacity

 

Same post with additional info..

I have a rehab project in remote Alaska where we are considering on using some Willamette Struc Joists that are locally available (sitting outside partially covered for the last 6 years).  They are 16" deep and the flanges are a "Microllam/Versalam" 2" wide by 1 3/8" deep.  I need the allowable total and live loads for 28 foot and 30 foot spans.  On the flanges there is a faded mark that reads "SJ-250W PFC57".  The last few letters and numbers are hard to read.