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Construction Joints Head of Wall Deflection Systems This Course is Sponsored By: An AIA Construction Joints Head of Wall Deflection Systems This Course is Sponsored By: An AIA Continuing Education Program Credit for this course is 1 AIA/CES Learning Unit for HSW credit. Course Title: Construction Joints: Head Of Wall Deflection Systems Course Number: DMF 002

An American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education program • Approved Promotional Statement: • An American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education program • Approved Promotional Statement: • DIETRICH Metal Framing is a registered provider with The American Institute Of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to CES Records for AIA members. Certificates Of Completion for non-AIA members available on request. " • This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA or DIETRICH Metal Framing of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation.

An American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education program Course Format: This is a An American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education program Course Format: This is a structured, face to face course. Course Credit: 1 Health Safety & Welfare (HSW) learning unit (LU) Completion Certificate: A copy is sent to you by email if requested. Please be sure that your name and e-mail address are readable when you complete the Form B. This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA or Dietrich of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation. Course Title: Construction Joints: Head Of Wall Deflection Systems Course Number: DMF 002

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Learning Objectives • What are head of wall deflection systems? • How are head Learning Objectives • What are head of wall deflection systems? • How are head of wall deflection systems used? • What are the track types and what are the advantages of each? • How to understand track assemblies, individual components, and how to detail them. • Why Code Changes = Better Walls for Life Safety? • What should the Architect and Engineer consider when specifying head of wall deflection systems?

Head of Wall Basics • What is a Head of Wall Deflection System? • Head of Wall Basics • What is a Head of Wall Deflection System? • Design Considerations – Seismic Events – Thermal Expansion/Contraction – Wind Sheer – Live/Dead Loading Above Result: Wall damage will be reduced or eliminated.

Head of Wall Deflection Systems This course will cover several of the more commonly Head of Wall Deflection Systems This course will cover several of the more commonly used systems: • • Non-Proprietary Non-Fire Rated

Head of Wall Deflection Systems Non-Fire Rated • • U-Channel w/ Deep Leg Track Head of Wall Deflection Systems Non-Fire Rated • • U-Channel w/ Deep Leg Track Flat Strap w/ Deep Leg Track Over Track or Double Track Stud Spacing and Retaining Bar w/ Deep Leg Track • Flexible Track

U-Channel with Deep Leg Track • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages U-Channel with Deep Leg Track • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages

Flat Strap with Deep Leg Track • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages Flat Strap with Deep Leg Track • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages

Over Track (Double Track) • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages Over Track (Double Track) • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages

Stud Spacing and Retaining Bar Products • 20 ga, 50” long • 16 ga, Stud Spacing and Retaining Bar Products • 20 ga, 50” long • 16 ga, 50” long • Notches every 12”, 16”, 24” centers. Notches hold studs in place via shear.

Stud Spacing and Retaining Bar • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages Stud Spacing and Retaining Bar • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages

Flexible Track • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages Flexible Track • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages

Head of Wall Deflection Systems Fire-Rated For a system to be fire-rated, it has Head of Wall Deflection Systems Fire-Rated For a system to be fire-rated, it has to be tested and approved per UL and ASTM standards.

Code Changes = Better Walls for Life Safety • UBC 1994 • UBC 1997 Code Changes = Better Walls for Life Safety • UBC 1994 • UBC 1997 • International Building Code (IBC) 2003 • Others

Head of Wall Deflection Systems Fire-Rated • Deflection Track with Fire Stop System • Head of Wall Deflection Systems Fire-Rated • Deflection Track with Fire Stop System • Slotted Track

Deflection Track • Product • Assembly – Perpendicular • Advantages OR – Parallel • Deflection Track • Product • Assembly – Perpendicular • Advantages OR – Parallel • Disadvantages

Deflection Track with Firestop System • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages Deflection Track with Firestop System • Products/Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages

Slotted Track • Product Slotted Track • Product

Slotted Track • Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages Slotted Track • Assembly • Advantages • Disadvantages

Architect and Engineer Considerations Labor Benefits to Owner when specifying a proprietary system: • Architect and Engineer Considerations Labor Benefits to Owner when specifying a proprietary system: • • Material cost savings Installation labor cost savings Inspections passed Rare or No call backs from owner Results in Happier clients & reduced liability

Architect and Engineer Considerations Design benefits when specifying a proprietary system: • Pre-approved & Architect and Engineer Considerations Design benefits when specifying a proprietary system: • Pre-approved & code compliant • Easy to specify & detail • Proven systems that labor force understands how to install every time • Most can meet fire rating & have been tested by: – U. L. – Warnock Hersey – Others

Architect and Engineer Considerations • Tested and approved system • Vertical movement (Structural Engineer Architect and Engineer Considerations • Tested and approved system • Vertical movement (Structural Engineer of Record) • Clear documents

Architect and Engineer Considerations • Price and Installation • Compliance and Submittals • Specifications Architect and Engineer Considerations • Price and Installation • Compliance and Submittals • Specifications

This Concludes: Construction Joints Head of Wall Deflection Systems This Course is Sponsored By: This Concludes: Construction Joints Head of Wall Deflection Systems This Course is Sponsored By: An AIA Continuing Education Program Credit for this course is 1 AIA/CES Learning Unit for HSW credit. Course Title: Construction Joints: Head Of Wall Deflection Systems Course Number: DMF 002

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