A horizontal structural member that is attached to side wall or end wall columns and supports paneling.
Secondary horizontal member attached to the mainframe columns. Girts normally support wall panels.
one of the horizontal braces between the legs of a derrick.
(1) A heavy beam. Glare Reducing Glass
Well braced, as the taut guys on a derrick.
A horizontal beam that receives the ends of floor joists and summers in timber framing.
Is a secondary structural member in a wall assembly the transfers the wind loads from the wall cladding to the principal structural frame.
beam across a structure to brace opposite sides.
a horizontal beam that supports wall cladding between columns.
Horizontal framing member located at the top of a wall or between floors.
a main horizontal timber placed between the wall plate at the top and the sill at the bottom.
A horizontal structural member that is attached to sidewall or endwall columns and supports wall paneling.
A horizontal structural member that is attached to sidewall or endwall columns and supports the panel system.
The situation of a vessel when her cables are too taut.
A horizontal beam place between support columns that is used for attaching wall cladding.
A secondary horizontal structural member attached to sidewall or endwall columns to which wall covering is attached.
A horizontal structural component mounted to endwalls or sidewall columns, which serves to support paneling.
The upper horizontal member of a timber set, parallel to t the direction of the drift or strike of a vein, which holds the posts and caps in position.
Major horizontal timber that connects posts.
A horizontal structural member that is attached to sidewall or endwall columns in order to support paneling.
1. A heavy beam. 2. Corner post of a building using a heavy beam.