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The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) Committee on Framing Standards has developed AISI S230-07, the 2007 edition of the Standard for Cold-Formed Steel Framing - Prescriptive Method for One and Two Family Dwellings to provide prescriptive requirements for cold-formed steel framed detached one and two-family dwellings, townhouses, attached multi-family dwellings, and other attached single-family dwellings. This edition supersedes the previous edition designated as AISI/COFS/PM-2006.
In 2008, the Committee on Framing Standards developed Supplement 2 to AISI S230-07 to revise and clarify certain wall bracing provisions. Supplement 2 to AISI S230-07 replaced Supplement 1 and has been fully integrated into this document. Supplement 3 was added in 2012. It does not replace Supplement 2, but is intended to be used in conjunction with AISI S230-07 with Supplement 2. The 2007 Edition Standard with Supplements 2 and 3 was reaffirmed in 2012. Developed through the consensus of numerous engineers, researchers, producers and others builders, S230-07 is a valuable resource for builders, architects, engineers, and code officials that design, inspect or review plans for residential steel construction. S230-07/S3-12 is adopted into both the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC) and 2015 International Building Code (IBC).
Errata 1 to AISI S230-07w-S3-12 (2012) (amended April 2, 2015) will automatically download to the Digital Downloads section of your profile after purchase.
This is a must-have document for anyone considering residential construction with steel. Easy to read charts, tables, and details make code-approved design quick and simple: even in high-wind and high-seismic zones.
For a complete set of related standards, please also purchase:
- AISI-S200-12 - AISI North American Standard for Cold-Formed Steel Framing - General Provisions, 2012 Edition
- AISI-S201-12 - AISI North American Standard for Cold-Formed Steel Framing - Product Data, 2012 Edition
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