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345 20th ST - RES20-0076 r City of Atlantic Beach APPLICATION NUMBER Building Department (To be assigned by the Building Department.) is! di c, 800 Seminole Road RESzO _0o7/ Iv . . Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233-5445 �O % ' r Phone(904)247-5826 - Fax(904)247-5845 �� �7 E-mail: building-dept@coab.us _tt_i_i_iao__ Date routed: 3 City web-site: http://www.coab.us APPLICATION REVIEW AND TRACKING FORM /t � Property Address: fiQ - ST Department t review required Ye/ No uiding_____) Applicant: gti C CovcT- Planning &Zoning Tree Administrator • Project: 1-A (N R.0 Lt S ( Q(L .-)C- Public Works Public Utilities Public Safety Fire Services Review fee $ Dept Signature Other Agency Review or Permit Required Review or Receipt Date of Permit Verified By Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection Florida Dept. of Transportation St. Johns River Water Management District Army Corps of Engineers -7\',� , Division of Hotels and Restaurants Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Other: APPLICATION STATUS Reviewing Department First Review: pproved. ❑Denied. ❑Not applicable (Circle one.) Comments: BUILD! PLANNING &ZONING v� Reviewed by: / I ' Date:5/.30/..2 C) TREE ADMIN. Second Review: A roved as revised. ❑ pp ❑Denied. ❑Not applicable PUBLIC WORKS Comments: PUBLIC UTILITIES PUBLIC SAFETY Reviewed by: _Date: FIRE SERVICES Third Review: ❑Approved as revised. ❑Denied. ❑Not applicable Comments: Reviewed by: Date: Revised 05/19/2017 Building Permit Application OFFICE COPY Updated 10/9/18 • u„ 74City of Atlantic Beach Building Department **ALL INFORMATION 800 Seminole Road, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 HIGHLIGHTED IN GRAY % Phone: (904) 247-5826 Email: Building-Dept@coab.us IS REQUIRED. Job Address: 345 20TH ST.,ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233-4544 Permit Number: vRE s z©-' 07C, Legal Description 37-84 09-2S-29E SELVA MARINA GARDEN LOT 13 RE# 172020-5032 Valuation of Work(Replacement Cost)$ 11,000 Heated/Cooled SF ,jdvat.difsg d 450 sq ft • Class of Work: ❑New ❑Addition ❑Alteration KlRepair ❑Move ❑Demo ❑Pool Window/Door • Use of existing/proposed structure(s): ❑Commercial PflResidential MAR 1 X2020 • If an existing structure,is a fire sprinkler system installed?: ❑Yes NNo BY. • Will tree(s) be removed in association with proposed project? ❑Yes(must submit separate Tree Removal Permit) 'NNo Describe in detail the type of work to be performed: Remove cedar siding and replace with cementitious siding. James Hardy artisan series on the upper and James Hardy 7 1/4 lap siding on the chimney and lower wall. Florida Product Approval# for multiple products use product approval form Property Owner Information Name Dawn Saracino Address 345 20th Street City Atlantic Beach State FL Zip 32233 Phone E-Mail srhannan@comcast.net Owner or Agent(If Agent, Power of Attorney or Agency Letter Required) n/a Contractor Information Name of Company Lanq Construction, LLC Qualifying Agent Kendall Lanq Address 13653 Macapa Road City Jacksonville State FL Zip 32246 Office Phone 904-625-2526 Job Site Contact Number 904-626-1962 State Certification/Registration# CBC1262964 E-Mail office@langconstructionfl.com Architect Name&Phone# n/a Engineer's Name&Phone# n/a Workers Compensation Insurer State National Insurance Company OR Exempt❑ Expiration Date Application is hereby made to obtain a permit to do the work and installations as indicated. I certify that no work or installation has commenced prior to the issuance of a permit and that all work will be performed to meet the standards of all the laws regulating construction in this jurisdiction. I understand that a separate permit must be secured for ELECTRICAL WORK, PLUMBING,SIGNS, WELLS,POOLS,FURNACES, BOILERS, HEATERS,TANKS,and AIR CONDITIONERS,etc. NOTICE: In addition to the requirements of this permit,there may be additional restrictions applicable to this property that may be found in the public records of this county,and there may be additional permits required from other governmental entities such as water management districts,state agencies,or federal agencies. OWNER'S AFFIDAVIT:I certify that all the foregoing information is accurate and that all work will be done in compliance with all applicable laws regulating construction and zoning. WARNING TO OWNER: YOUR FAILURE TO RECORD A NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT MAY RESULT IN YOUR PAYING TWICE FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO YOUR PROPERTY. IF YOU INTEND TO OBTAIN FINANCING, CONSULT WITH YOUR LENDER OR AN ATTORNEY BEFORE RECORDING YOUR,NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT. cuLe (Signature of Owner or Agent) (Signature of Contr ) Signed and sworn toor affirmed)before me this / day of Signed and sworn to(or affirmed) before me this !a day of MCSHea\ Mooney .by[)aw M •tSorelC i I'10 MCLh , ZYDa 0,by k Q ` n e� alAL �I a'�' `F State of Florida 'gnature of Notary) - .. •-'..- PAP JENNIFER JOHNSTON My Commission Expires 021011 trY i �`= �►a Commission No.GG 68713 _*: �W; :,k: MY COMMISSION#GG 042984 ,.r�P EXPIRES:October 27,2020 [ ]Personally Known OR [ ]Personally Known OR ,E'o'F�'.;' Bonded Thru Notary Public Underwriters [ roduced Identification [ ]produced Identificatio — Type of Identification:I-I0nclC1 Or)v .-( L-I(f ') Type of Identification: 1 (l J,31-4 e Xl° : Oci -oC1 -202�i NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT JOB COPY State of Florida Tax Folio No. 172020-5032 County of Duval To Whom It May Concern: The undersigned hereby informs you that improvements will be made to certain real property, and in accordance with Section 713 of the Florida Statutes,the following information is stated in this NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT. Legal Description of property being improved: 37-84 09-2S-29E SELVA MARINA GARDEN LOT 13 Address of property being improved: 345 20TH STATLANTIC BEACH,FL 32233-4544 General description of improvements: Remove cedar siding and replace with cementitious siding Owner: DAWN SARACINO Address: 345 20TH STATLANTIC BEACH,FL 32233-4544 Owner's interest in site of the improvement: owner Q Fee Simple Titleholder(if other than owner): nia Name: v- o Contractor: Lang Construction,LLC o Address: 13653 Macapa Road, Jacksonville, FL 32246 (0 U Telephone No.: (904)626-1962 Fax No: m ow Surety(if any) N/A C> o U 8 N J Address: Amount of Bond$ LO^ N w o • vi , v/i 0 Telephone No: Fax No: o o a w Name and address of any person making a loan for the construction of the improvements 44: o E z 0 Name: N/A ZDO C)Z cbOO cc Address: Phone No: Fax No: Name of person within the State of Florida, other than himself,designated by owner upon whom notices or other documents may be served:Name: N/A Address: Telephone No: Fax No: In addition to himself, owner designates the following person to receive a copy of the Lienor's Notice as provided in Section 713.06(2)(b), Florida Statues. (Fill in at Owner's option) Name: NIA Address: Telephone No: Fax No: Expiration date of Notice of Commencement(the expiration date is one(1)year from the date of recording unless a different date is specified): THIS SPACE FOR RECORDER'S USE ONLY 144-:17 OWNER 3 l io Date: / 202d Signed: �D � Before me this J O day of Mares,2020 in the County of Duval,State N . __ R Of Florida,has personally appeared DO W n M .SGrq CA no O g 8 o Notary Public at Large,State of Florida,County of Duval. 1. 0 My commission expires: 0 L)p i 120 2 I 8i a:j Personally Known: or N § Produced Identification:F l O l'I c irA()river L i GPM 6-e ix,,,, OFFICE COPY PRODUCT APPROVAL INFORMATION SHEET FOR THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA (*REQUIRED) *Project Address: -),Li . a4-L�St . , t1 t\ant\ C._ c;C h , -F ( _ ,..S Z2-33 Permit#: RES 00 - OU7G *Owner/Project Name: ,t�,.;‘-, Sar"."`c"s1 . ` 1 S ,� C -1 S - As required by Florida Statute 553.842 and Florida Administrative Code Rule 9B-72, please provide the information and product approval number(s)for the building components listed below as applicable to the building construction project for the permit number listed above. You should contact your product supplier if you do not know the product approval number for any of the applicable listed products. Information regarding statewide product approval may be obtained at: www.floridabuilding.org. Category/Subcategory Manufacturer Product Description Limitation of Use State# Local# A. EXTERIOR DOORS 1. Swinging 2. Sliding 3. Sectional 4. Garage Roll-Up 5. Automatic 6. Other B. WINDOWS 1. Single hung 2. Horizontal slider 3. Casement 4. Double hung 5. Fixed 6. Awning 7. Pass-through 8. Projected 9. Mullion 10. Wind breaker 11. Dual action 12. Other Page 1 of 4 Updated 10/17/18 OFFICE COPY Category/Subcategory Manufacturer Product Description Limitation of Use State# Local# C. PANEL WALL 1. Siding Umf3 \-\arct t k 'r CtIvVrn+ r,5 — tri, Scan lL\ . 2 10 -1-) 2_ 2. Se#€its Ch; , , , , x_ci3 i`=t 3- 3 i eii 3. EIFS 4. Storefronts 5. Curtain walls 6. Wall louvers 7. Glass block 8. Membrane 9. Greenhouse 10. Synthetic stucco 11. Other D. ROOFING PRODUCTS 1. Asphalt shingles 2. Underlayments 3. Roofing fasteners 4. Nonstructural metal roof 5. Built-up roofing 6. Modified bitumen 7. Single ply roofing 8. Roofing tiles 9. Roofing insulation 10. Waterproofing 11. Wood shingles/shakes 12. Roofing slate 13. Liquid applied roofing 14. Cement-adhesive coats 15. Roof tile adhesive 16. Spray applied polyurethane roof 17. Other Page 2 of 4 Updated 10/17/18 OFFICE uur In addition to completing the above list of manufacturers, product description and State approval number for the products used on this project, the Contractor shall maintain on the job site and available to the Inspector, a legible copy of each manufacturer's printed specifications and installation instructions along with this Product Approval Sheet. I certify that this product approval list is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I further certify that use of different components other than the ones listed in this document must be approved by the Building Official. *Contractor Name (Print Name): \4e r1 ckQ\\ L-c.n i *Contractor Signature: -Q\oma ' o,-r5_ *Company Name: Lck. cc rls+c'C h c'n *Mailing Address: 1 ')j a C a..Q a_ 12 o^ • *City: 3014' *State: l *Zip Code: 3 Z Zz-((p *Telephone Number: Oje\-}- is A u - (ct(ox *E-mail Address: d h Ce C \c,,t1� CCS n S 1x,)C + c4-, �\ • C Cell Phone Number: Fax Number: Page 4 of 4 Updated 10/17/18 JOB Copy Page 1of2 Lang Construction 13653 Macapa Road I Jacksonville, FL. 32246 (904) 626-1962 office@langconstructionfl.com Construction Site Management Plan Checklist 1. Parking plan: Parking plan showing how site will be accessed and all onsite and abutting street parking areas. Q (Y-- 1') tlwe LOC. .i 2. Location of construction trailers, loading/unloading area, and material storage area. —06 •)-e Q.) 3. Location of chemical toilet area: Chemical toilets must be kept out of the City right-of-way and not further than 15 feet from structure under construction. x L---) 4. Location of dumpster: Dumpster must be from a City-approved waste company, in accordance with Chapter 16 of the City of Atlantic Beach Code of Ordinances. Dumpsters are to have tarp covers or rigid covers on windy days. Dumpsters must be removed prior to issuance of Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Completion. A1C, duYveS r vc)k VX) c r p*-rc-,1 e r 5.Traffic control plan,showing access with dimensions,area to be stabilized, narrative on phasing of construction with adequate parking and delivery of materials. 6.Site cleanliness:Contractor must have the entire construction site cleaned by Friday of each week.This means removal of scrap lumber,concrete remnants,and other such construction debris including cans, metal, plastic, and paper. ✓ culan Lie ° 7. Erosion and Sediment Control: Contractor must maintain all elements of the approved Erosion &Sediment Control Plan (silt fence,catch basin filters, etc.) until sod or other stabilization has been placed and approved by Public Works. 8. Other activities,where special conditions are identified by the Building Official. JCB COPY Florida Product Approval HardiePlank® Lap Siding • For use inside HVHZ: o HardiePlank Lap Siding fastener types, fastening schedule, and installation shall be in accordance with the Miami-Dade County Florida NOA 17- 0406.06. Consult the HardiePlank product installation instructions on the follow pages for all other installation requirements. • For use outside of HVHZ, o HardiePlank Lap Siding fastener types, fastening schedule, and installation shall be in accordance with Engineering Evaluation Reports RIO-2683-17, RIO-2687-17, or RIO-2688-17. Consult the HardiePlank product installation instructions on the follow pages for all other installation requirements. eo ® HardiePlank® Ii >� Lap Siding JamesHardie EFFECTIVE MAY 2016 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS - PRIMED&COLORPLUS''" PRODUCTS visit uwww.hardieinstallation.com for the most recent version. SELECT CEDARMILL°•SMOOTH • CUSTOM COLONIAL`"SMOOTH • CUSTOM COLONIAL- ROUGHSAWN CUSTOM BEADED CEDARMILL°•CUSTOM BEADED SMOOTH • STRAIGHT-EDGE SHINGLE PLANK IMPORTANT:FAILURE TO INSTALL AND FINISH THIS PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES AND JAMES HARDIE WRITTEN APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS MAY LEAD TO PERSONAL INJURY,AFFECT SYSTEM PERFORMANCE,VIOLATE LOCAL BUILDING CODES,AND VOID THE PRODUCT ONLY WARRANTY.BEFORE INSTALLATION,CONFIRM THAT YOU ARE USING THE CORRECT HARDIEZONETM PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS. INSTALLATION OF HZ10®PRODUCTS OUTSIDE AN HZ1 O®LOCATION WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY. TO DETERMINE WHICH HARDIEZONE' APPLIES TO YOUR LOCATION,VISIT WWW.HARDIEZONE.COM OR CALL 1-866-942-7343(866 9HARDIE) STORAGE &HANDLING: © CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS Store flat and keep dry and covered prior OUTDOORS INDOORS to installation.Installing siding wet or 1.Position cutting station so that wind will blw dust away from user 1.Cut only using score and snap,or shears(manual,electric or pneumatic). saturated may result in shrinkage at butt and others in working area. 2.Position cutting station in well-ventilated area joints.Carryplanks on edge. Protect 2.Use.Best one of the followingeamethods: ods: 9 a. i.Score and snap edges and corners from breakage.James ii.Shears (manual,electric or pneumatic) -NEVER use a power saw indoors Hardie is not responsible for damage b.Better: i.Dust reducing circular saw equipped with a -NEVER use a circular saw blade that does not carry the HardieBlade saw blade trademark caused by improper storage and handling HardieBlade°saw blade and NEPA vacuum extraction -NEVER dry sweep—Use wet suppression or HEPA Vacuum of the product. c.Good: i.Dust reducing circular saw with a HardieBlade saw blade (only use for low to moderate cutting) Important Note:For maximum protection(lowest respirable dust production),James Hardie recommends always using"Best'-level cutting methods where feasible. NIOSH-approved respirators can be used in conjunction with above cutting practices to further reduce dust exposures.Additional exposure information is available 'z at vwvw.jameshardie.com to hep you determine the most appropriate cutting method for your jab requirements.It concern still exists about elposure levels or you 9 do not comply with the above practices,you should always consult a qualified industrial hygienist or contact James Hardie for further information. soros GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: • HardiePlank lap siding can be installed over braced wood or steel studs spaced a maximum of 24 in.o.c.or directly to minimum 7/16 in.thick OSB sheathing.See general fastening requirements.Irregularities in framing and sheathing can mirror through the finished application. • Information on installing James Hardie products over foam can be located in JH Tech Bulletin 19 at www.jamehardie.com • A water-resistive barrier is required in accordance with local building code requirements.The water-resistive barrier must be appropriately installed with penetration and junction flashing in accordance with local building code requirements.James Hardie will assume no responsibility for water infiltration. James Hardie does manufacture HardieWrap®Weather Barrier,a non-woven non-perforated housewrap',which complies with building code requirements. • When installing James Hardie products all clearance details in figs.3-14 must be followed. • Adjacent finished grade must slope away from the building in accordance with local building codes- typically a minimum of 6 in.in the first 10 ft.. Figure 1 Double Wall Single Wall • Do not use HardiePlank lap siding in fascia or trim applications. Construction Construction • Do not install James Hardie products,such that they may remain in contact with standing water. water-resistive barrier let-in bracing • HardiePlank lap siding may be installed on flat vertical wall applications only. plywood or 24 in.o.c.max. • For larger projects,including commercial and multi-family projects,where the span of the 058 sheathing wall is significant in length,the designer and/or architect should take into consideration the r, coefficient of thermal expansion and moisture movement of the product in their design. �� � � These values can be found in the Technical Bulletin"Expansion Characteristics of i`� / James Hardie Siding Products"at www.JamesHardie.com. • DO NOT use stain,oil/alkyd base paint,or powder coating on James Hardie®Products. /' INSTALLATION: JOINT TREATMENT 1:11%11,04404sH treatment options Fi ure 2 Nail line(If nail One or more of the followintr.gg line is not Iare required by code(as referenced 20091RC stud present place R703.10.2) Wog..ilia tener between 3/4 A.Joint Flashing(James Hardie recommended) — — in.s 1"from II% .0/ 4° B.Caulking*(Caulking is not recommended 4�ire from top of plank) for ColorPlus for aesthetic reasons as the homer edge of plank , Caulking and ColorPlus will weather o differently.For the same reason, tlasnnq ° °o o water-resistive do not caulk nail heads on \ HardieZone'" ° ° °°° ColorPlus products.] Hard entari siding o • , fastener C."H" jointer cover o o° o,• o Install a 1 1/4 in.starter strip to install planks in 0 0. .o ensure a consistent plank angle moderate contact at butt joints leave appropriate gap between planks and trim,then cauk."' Note:Field painting over caulking may produce a sheen difference when compared to the field painted PrimePlus. `Refer to Caulking section in these instructions. 'For additional information on HardieWrap'°Weather Barrier,consult James Hardie at 1-866-4Hardie or vfww.hardiewrap.com WARNING:AVOID BREATHING SILICA DUST James Hardie®products contain respirable crystalline silica,which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and is considered by IARC and NIOSH to be a cause of cancer from some occupational sources. Breathing excessive amounts of respirable silica dust can also cause a disabling and potentially fatal lung disease called silicosis,and has been Inked with other diseases. Some studies suggest smoking may increase these risks. During installation or handling:(1)work in outdoor areas with ample ventilation;(2)use fiber cement shears for cutting or,where not feasible,use a HardieBladee saw blade and dust-reducing circular saw attached to a HEPA vacuum;(3)warn others in the immediate area;(4)wear a property-fitted,NIOSH-approved dust mask or respirator(e.g.N-95)in accordance with applicable government regulations and manufacturer instructions to further limit respirable silica exposures. During clean-up,use HEPA vacuums or wet cleanup methods-never dry sweep. For further information,refer to our installation instructions and Material Safety Data Sheet available at www.jameshardie.com or by calling 1-800-9HARDIE(1-800-942-7343). FAILURE TO ADHERE TO OUR WARNINGS,MSDS,AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. 9050805 HS11119-P1/4 05/16 • y yo = CLEARANCE AND FLASHING REQUIREMENTS Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Roof to Wall Horizontal Flashing Kickout Flashing Slabs, Path, Steps to Siding 4 ��` Z-Flashing 1 aft:- Ired ® K41n. Min.%in. Do not caulk, / in. 111111K1:'4\ .n , ' � r '� r 1 in.-2 in. Figure 7 Figure 8 Figure 9 Figure 10 Figure 11 Deck to Wall Ground to Siding Gutter to Siding Sheltered Areas Mortar/Masonry t .—__ / -Flashing tillZ Flashing Z-L1 —�1y Z-FI hing Minim h; - . :� 6 in. � ,._ , I:I +ri14in1 r � � Min.Y�in. �/ Figure 12 Figure 13 Figure 14 Drip Edge Block Penetration Valley/Shingle Extension Recommended i HHZ1 D / Z-Fla / Extend sft+ngles Lr �� r Min.'/a i at I,ast 1 In out 0 + caulk from the fascia �� i Ili - 4 ) when gutters at arC present II 0111"......iiiii „..,.....: - ris, „ - FASTENER REQUIREMENTS ** Blind Nailing is the preferred method of installation for HardiePlank®lap siding products.Face nailing should only be used where required by code for high wind areas and must not be used in conjunction with Blind nailing(Please see JH Tech bulletin 17 for exemption when doing a repair).Pin-backed corners may be done for aesthetic purposes Only.Pin-backs shall be done with finish nails only,and are not a substitute for blind or face nailing. BLIND NAILING FACE NAILING Nails-Wood Framing Nails-Wood Framing •Siding nail(0.09 in.shank x 0.221 in.HD x 2 in.long) •6d(0.113 in.shank x 0.267 in.HD x 2 in.long) •11 ga.roofing nail(0.121 in.shank x 0.371 in.HD x 1.25 in.long) •Siding nail(0.09 in.shank x 0.221 in.HD x 2 in.long) Screws-Steel Framing Screws-Steel Framing •Ribbed Wafer-head or equivalent(No.8 x 1 1/4 in.long x 0.375 in.HD)Screws •Ribbed Bugle-head or equivalent(No.8-18 x 1-5/8 in.long x must penetrate 3 threads into metal framing. 0.323 in.HD)Screws must penetrate 3 threads into metal framing. Nails-Steel Framing Nails-Steel Framing •ET&F Panelfast®nails or equivalent(0.10 in.shank x 0.313 in.HD x 1-1/2 in. •ET&F pin or equivalent(0.10 in.shank x 0.25 in.HD x 1-1/2 in.long) long) Nails must penetrate minimum 1/4 in.into metal framing. Nails must penetrate minimum 1/4 in.into metal framing. OSB minimum 7/16 in. OSB minimum 7116 in. •Siding nail(0.09 in.shank x 0.221 in.HD x 1-1/2 in.long)* •11 ga.roofing nail(0.121 in.shank x 0.371 in.HD x 1.75 in.long) 24 In .I •Ribbed Wafer-head or equivalent(No.8 x 1 5/8 in.long x 0.375 in.HD). stud t—�O.C.max. Vi Stud ---� z4 �.... O.C.max Ih i Mu �_ 1 Figure 15 Figure 16 01/4 in.min. 1.'77— --- overlap a-- Minimum overlap -!:1:2—`;,----- -- v I _.�.- 1 ;.} 1 for Both Face Nail Line and Blind Nailing I ° ------) 1 /4 in:1 M. — - - i / Blind Nail 1 , �__ face nail —� I min.1 1/4 in.11111 1 ` I i " 1I overlap- 1f ; ) C water-resistive i /Water Resistive barrier 1 1/4'min. -_ Barrier -. Overlap \_------ Laminate sheet to be removed immediately after installation of each course for ColorPlus®products. * When face nailing to OSB,planks must be no greater than 91/4 in.wide and fasteners must be 12 in.o.c.or less. **Also see General Fastening Requirements;and when considering alternative fastening options refer to James Hardie Technical Bulletin USTB 17-Fastening Tips for HardiePlank®Lap Siding. HS11119-P2/4 05/16 N >o GENERAL FASTENING REQUIREMENTS PNEUMATIC FASTENING Fasteners must be corrosion resistant,galvanized,or stainless steel. James Hardie products can be hand nailed or fastened with a pneumatic tool. Electro-galvanized are acceptable but may exhibit premature corrosion. Pneumatic fastening is highly recommended. Set air pressure so that the James Hardie recommends the use of quality,hot-dipped galvanized nails. fastener is driven snug with the surface of the siding.A flush mount James Hardie is not responsible for the corrosion resistance of fasteners. attachment on the pneumatic tool is recommended. This will help control the Stainless steel fasteners are recommended when installing James Hardie® depth the nail is driven.If setting the nail depth proves difficult,choose a products near the ocean,large bodies of water,or in very humid climates. setting that under drives the nail. (Drive under driven nails snug with a smooth faced hammer-Does not apply for installation to steel framing). Manufacturers of ACQ and CA preservative-treated wood recommend spacer materials or other physical barriers to prevent direct contact of ACQ or CA preservative-treated wood and aluminum products.Fasteners used to attach a countersunk, ihmt �`! HardieTrim Tabs to preservative-treated wood shall be of hot dipped 111 fill&add nail zinc-coated galvanized steel or stainless steel and in accordance to 2009 IRC snug flush ~ DO NOT DO NOT R317.3 or 2009 IBC 2304.9.5. Figure A Figure B under drive nails staple • Consult applicable product evaluation or listing for correct fasteners type and placement to achieve specified design wind loads. PAINTING • NOTE:Published wind loads may not be applicable to all areas where Local DO NOT use stain,oil/alkyd base paint,or powder coating on James Hardie® Building Codes have specific jurisdiction.Consult James Hardie Technical Products.James Hardie products must be painted within 180 days for primed Services if you are unsure of applicable compliance documentation. product and 90 days for unprimed.100%acrylic topcoats are recommended. • Drive fasteners perpendicular to siding and framing. Do not paint when wet.For application rates refer to paint manufacturers • Fastener heads should fit snug against siding(no air space).(fig.A) specifications.Back-rolling is recommended if the siding is sprayed. • Do not over-drive nail heads or drive nails at an angle. CUT EDGE TREATMENT • If nail is countersunk,fill nail hole and add a nail.(fig.B) • For wood framing,under driven nails should be hit flush to the plank with a Caulk,paint or prime all field cut edges.James Hardie touch-up kits are hammer(For steel framing,remove and replace nail). required to touch-up ColorPlus products. • NOTE:Whenever a structural member Is present,HardiePlank should be fastened with even spacing to the structural member.The tables allowing CAULKING direct to OSB or plywood should only be used when traditional framing is For best results use an Elastomeric Joint Sealant complying with ASTM C920 not available. Grade NS,Class 25 or higher or a Latex Joint Sealant complying with ASTM • Do not use aluminum fasteners,staples,or clipped head nails. C834.Caulking/Sealant must be applied in accordance with the caulking/sealant manufacturer's written instructions.Note:OSI Quad as well as some other caulking manufacturers do not allow tooling. COLORPLUS°TECHNOLOGY CAULKING,TOUCH-UP&LAMINATE •Care should be taken when handling and cutting James Hardie®ColorPlus®products.During installation use a wet soft cloth or soft brush to gently wipe off any residue or construction dust left on the product,then rinse with a garden hose. •Touch up nicks,scrapes and nail heads using the ColorPfus•Technology touch-up applicator.Touch-up should be used sparingly. If large areas require touch-up,replace the damaged area with new HardiePlank"lap siding with ColorPlus Technology. •Laminate sheet must be removed immediately after installation of each course. •Terminate non-factory cut edges into trim where possible,and caulk.Color matched caulks are available from your ColorPlus product dealer. •Treat all other non-factory cut edges using the ColorPlus Technology edge coaters,available from your ColorPlus product dealer. Note:James Hardie does not warrant the usage of third party touch-up or paints used as touch-up on James Hardie ColorPlus products. Problems with appearance or performance arising from use of third party touch-up paints or paints used as touch-up that are not James Hardie touch-up will not be covered under the James Hardie ColorPlus Limited Finish Warranty. PAINTING JAMES HARDIE°SIDING AND TRIM PRODUCTS WITH COLORPLUS°TECHNOLOGY When repainting ColorPlus products,James Hardie recommends the following regarding surface preparation and topcoat application: •Ensure the surface is clean,dry,and free of any dust,dirt,or mildew •Repriming is normally not necessary •100%acrylic topcoats are recommended •DO NOT use stain,oil/alkyd base paint,or powder coating on James Hardie®Products. •Apply finish coat in accordance with paint manufacturers written instructions regarding coverage,application methods,and application temperature •DO NOT caulk nail heads when using ColorPlus products,refer to the ColorPlus touch-up section HS11119-P3/4 05/16 y t COVERAGE CHART/ESTIMATING GUIDE Number of 12 ft.planks,does not include waste COVERAGE AREA LESS OPENINGS HARDIEPLANK'LAP SIDING WIDTH SQ 51/4 61/4 71/4 71/2 8 81/4 91/4 91/2 12 (1 SQ=100 sq.ft.) (exposure) 4 5 6 61/4 6 3/4 7 8 8114 10 3/4 1 25 20 17 16 15 14 13 13 9 2 50 40 33 32 30 29 25 25 19 3 75 60 50 48 44 43 38 38 28 4 100 80 67 64 59 57 50 50 37 5 125 100 83 80 74 71 63 63 47 6 150 120 100 96 89 86 75 75 56 7 175 140 117 112 104 100 88 88 65 8 200 160 133 128 119 114 100 100 74 9 225 180 150 144 133 129 113 113 64 10 250 200 167 160 148 143 125 125 93 11 275 220 183 176 163 157 138 138 102 12 300 240 200 192 178 171 150 150 112 13 325 260 217 208 193 186 163 163 121 14 350 280 233 224 207 200 175 175 130 15 375 300 250 240 222 214 188 188 140 16 400 320 267 256 237 229 200 200 149 17 425 340 283 272 252 243 213 213 158 18 450 360 300 288 267 257 225 225 167 19 475 380 317 304 281 271 238 238 177 20 500 400 333 320 296 286 250 250 186 This coverage chart is meant as a guide.Actual usage is subject to variables such as building design.James Hardie does not assume responsibility for over or under ordering of product. RECOGNITION:In accordance with ICC ES Evaluation Report ESR-2290,HardiePlank®lap siding is recognized as a suitable alternate to that specified in:the 2006,200982012 International Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings,and the 2006,2009,8 2012 International Building Code,.HardiePlank lap siding is also recognized for application in the following:City of Los Angeles Research Report No.24862,State of Florida listing FL#889,Dade County,Florida NOA No.02-0729.02,U.S.Dept.of HUD Materials Release 1263c,Texas Department of Insurance Product Evaluation EC-23,City of New York MEA 223.93-M,and Caifomia DSA PA-019.These documents should also be consulted for additional information concerning the suitability of this product for specific applications. ®2016 James Hardie Building Products.All rights reserved. Additional Installation Information, ,. TM,SM,and®denote trademarks or registered trademarks of James Hardie Technology Limited.'A is a registered trademark Warranties,and Warnings are available at JamesHardie of James Hardie Technology Limited. www.jameshardie.com Panelfast is a registered trademark of ET&F Fastening Systems,Inc. HS11119-P4/4 05/16 JOB COPY I tkitAWLL9 Artisan® Siding with Lock Joint System SINGLE FAMILY INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS 1111,Wirr EFFECTIVE JULY 2017 IMPORTANT:FAILURE TO FOLLOW JAMES HARDIE WRITTEN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND COMPLY WITH APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES MAY VIOLATE LOCAL LAWS,AFFECT BUILDING ENVELOPE PERFORMANCE AND MAY AFFECT WARRANTY COVERAGE.FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ALL HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS WHEN CUTTING AND INSTALLING THIS PRODUCT MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.BEFORE INSTALLATION,CONFIRM YOU ARE USING THE CORRECT HARDIEZONE®PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS BY VISITING HARDIEZONE.COM OR CALL 1-866-942-7343(866-9-HARDIE). All profiles can be V s J B _ Sit d installed horizontally, Q v ' j vertically, and as soffit. RR- E \ P O E H A ✓ C P E C H H A A N N E E L L 1 STORAGE HANDLING Store flat and keep dry and covered prior to To prevent damage to edges, extra care should be taken when removing planks from the pallet,while installation.lnstalling siding wet or saturated handling,and when installing. Planks are interlocked together on the pallet,therefore they should be may result in shrinkage at joints.Protect edges removed from the pallet horizontally(side to side)to allow planks to unlock themselves from one and corners from breakage.James Hardie is another. not responsible for damage caused by improper storage and handling of the product PULL FROM ACROSS THE STACK DO NOT GO DOWN THE STACK —......---„,.....* , . CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS 1. Position cutting station so that wind will blow dust away from user and others in working area. 2. Use one of the following methods: a.Best: Circular saw equipped with a HardieBladee'saw blade and attached vacuum dust collection system b.Better: Circular saw equipped with a HardieBlade saw blade and a dust collection feature(e.g.Roam Saw) C.Good: Circular saw equipped with a HardieBlade saw blade For maximum dust reduction,James Hardie recommends using the NOTE:James Hardie makes no representation or warranty that "Best"cutting practices. use of a particular cutting option will assure your compliance with For best performance when cutting with a circular saw,James applicable laws and safety requirements. If you are unsure which artisan Hardie recommends using HardieBlade saw blades. cutting option is best for your jobsite.consult a qualified industrial hygienist or safety professional,or contact your James Hardie — NEVER grind or cut with a power saw indoors. representative for assistance. Siding I Trim.. — NEVER dry sweep dust;use wet dust suppression or vacuum to collect dust. V-GROOVE I SQUARE CHANNEL I BEVEL CHANNEL I SHIPLAP Visit aspyredesign.com for the most recent version. ASPI120 P1(1 UN i 4LIiL4,,,, Artisan°Siding with Lock Joint System 1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS • These instructions are to be used for single family installations only.For Commercial/Multi-Family installation requirements go to www.aspyredesign.com* • Artisan'siding can be installed over braced wood or steel studs,20 gauge(33 mils)minimum to 16 gauge(54 mils)maximum,spaced a maximum of 24 in o.c.or directly to minimum 7/16 in thick OSB sheathing.See General Fastening Requirements.Irregularities in framing and sheathing can mirror through the finished application.Correct irregularities before installing siding. • Information on installing James Hardie products over non-nailable substrates(foam,gypsum,etc.)can be located in JH Tech Bulletin 19 at www.aspyredesign.com • A water-resistive barrier is required in accordance with local building code requirements.The water-resistive barrier must be appropriately installed with penetration and junction flashing in accordance with local building code requirements.James Hardie will assume no responsibility for water infiltration. HardieWraps Weather Barrier,a non-woven non-perforated housewrap,does comply with building code requirements. • All flashing and clearance details in figs.1-13 MUST be followed when installing James Hardie products. • Adjacent finished grade must slope away from the building in accordance with local building codes-typically a minimum of 6in.in the first 10ft. • Do not use Artisan=siding in fascia or trim applications. • Do not install James Hardie products such that they may remain in contact with standing water. • DO NOT use stain,oil/alkyd based paint,or powder coating on James Hardie products. • For larger projects,including commercial and multi-family projects,where the span of the wall is significant in length,the designer and/or architect should take into consideration the coefficient of thermal expansion and moisture movement of the product in their design.These values can be found in the Technical Bulletin#8"Expansion Characteristics of James Hardie Siding Products at www.aspyredesign.com. CLEARANCE AND FLASHING REQUIREMENTS Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Roof to Wall Horizontal Flashing Kickout Flashing Slabs, Path, Steps to Siding r '''''''' IIPP --7— Z-Flashin' 'z As required by �t Name` '� IRC code Min 14 in �� min4inx4in Do not caulk �� in 1 in r- / illI. ►��� Ilio Figure 5 Figure 6 Figure 7 Figure 8 Figure 9 Deck to Wall Ground to Siding Gutter to Siding Sheltered Areas Mortar/Masonry /- f 111/ .= L-Flashing �� \\N .r ....... 2-Flashing =� Z Flashing _-_-,_--,- Z-Fla ina -' i R" '11 %Min .inI' •- In j.......:-------- Illf 6in /• �1,. � is 4 in \ di Min''/n in Aillk Figure 10 Figure 11 Figure 12 Figure 13 Drip Edge Block Penetration Valley/Shingle Extension Bridging Floors 11 Water- �� Z-Ylashin Min'/.in ae5i5t�e g Do , 4 ' Extrond shingl; Barrier 'a '� Framing ,� ft ln.st 1 a out: ad dllI IIMM Flooring � ♦ '� fro the fin ou t Horizontal irn * are esent , I1Ij 11 ', Sheathing Artisan Siding ►, hinting 1 ■ *James Hardie recommends installing a rainscreen(an air gap)between the Artisan siding and the water-resistive barrier as a best practice. ASP1720 P2/7 07117 v 4 i 2 vsurbal` Artisan Siding with Lock Joint System ARTISAN SIDING INSTALLED HORIZONTALLY JOINT PLACEMENT&TREATMENT Artisan°siding butt joints must not fall within 4 in of a Artisan°siding butt joints can be treated with either Option A caulk*or Option B by stud.(fig.14).Do not nail within 2 in of the end of planks. removing minimum 3 in of locking lip from both ends of siding then place a joint flashing. OPTION A: OPTION B: FIGURE 14 CAULKED BUTT JOINT JOINT FLASHING 24 in c.c.max----'I FIGURE 15A FIGURE 15B ["'° 4 r�in oft stud -,10*A‘ all water- sett Hind Nail rrsis i, stackin:,� 1 I,eirirr ' '''r INSTALLATION/FASTENER REQUIREMENTS A. Follow all clearance requirements. B. A starter strip is not needed. C. Level and install starter course. Tip:Use a scrap piece of siding or wood block to seat the siding into the course below. D. Artisan siding may be installed by stacking the siding onto the course below. This can be completed by one person without the need of a lap gauge. E. Measure as needed to ensure siding is level and has proper reveal. F. In areas such as gables,under windows,or other areas where stacking may be difficult use one of the following methods 1.Cut the material in sections,install first section into place.Take remaining section and slide into place,then fasten both sections. 2.Using a utility knife,remove the lock joint lip and install. i BLIND NAILING ./ FIGURE 16B FACE NAILING tttr .■Place pip�01.1.101711:111 I 11111 fastener r10"."1 III Blind Nail I I 1din FIGURE 17B Face Nail I I I I $/ from top I '/ 2 in from bottom ru I_. stack plank I I 1 1 of plank Place 1 °elf I I such that it �' I I fastener I 11 sets onto the i 2 in up �� I plank below. I I 1 water-resistive barrier from 1 I I I ' bottom i I I 1 I -4/ of plank I I . / water- 1 I ��. I I /. resistive 24 in o.c.max '� 24 in o.c.max barrier 410 water-resistive barrier �/ L FIGURE 16A FIGURE 17A For proper fastener selection and fastening schedules for various wind load requirements and framing options,refer to the product Technical Data Sheet at www.aspyredesign.com 'Caulk joint as required by local building code and leave gap per caulk manufacturers recommendations ASP1720 P3/7 07/17 ry y i, >o V�,�! ,� Artisan' Siding with Lock Joint System ARTISAN SIDING INSTALLED VERTICALLY FIGURE 18 General Requirements I i The vertically installed Artisan siding with Lock Joint System must not bridge over , transitions between floors or stories.A horizontal joint must be created between floors,and z-flashing must be provided at each horizontal joint. Do not create horizontal butt joints between planks.Only use full length pieces for each floor section. except where abutting wall openings and penetrations. l A bead of sealant must be placed along the entire length inside each groove of the lock joint about to be installed on the wall.(see Fig.19). FIGURE !Sr _ t '` r f Bead of sealant Direct Fastening to Wood Structural Panel(WSP) • A minimum 7/16 in WSP,attached per code,is available as the outer most layer directly behind the siding. • Siding is fastened directly to the minimum 7/16 in WSP over a standard Water Resistive Barrier(WRB)or drainable housewrap. For proper fastener selection and fastening schedules for various wind load requirements and framing options,refer to the product Technical Data Sheet at www.aspyredesign.com ASP1720 Pon 07117 `v y >o yY 010 Artisan Siding with Lock Joint System 434. 1 ARTISAN SIDING PRODUCTS AS SOFFIT INSTALLATION / FASTENER REQUIREMENTS • Artisan siding with the Lock Joint System may be installed in soffit FIGURE 21 'roe" applications over wood or steel framing spaced a maximum of 24 in on center. " Air/ Irli • Additional framing may be needed to ensure proper fastening. • Artisan siding can be installed in the long direction(fig.22) or the short direction(fig.23) • Plan and cut out for any venting requirements prior to installation of Artisan siding. • Place butt joints between studs(fig.22).Install butt joints in moderate contact in soffit applications(caulking,H covers,and battens are also acceptable) 24 in Max 1 FIGURE 22 FIGURE 23 24 in Max -\\ FASTENER REQUIREMENTS • BLIND NAILING:Place fastener no closer than 1 in from siding ends when installing Artisan siding.Nail minimum 1 in down from top of siding when installing Artisan siding. • FACE NAILING:Place fastener no closer than 1 in from siding ends and 2 in from bottom of Artisan siding. For proper fastener selection and wind load table, refer to the product Technical Data Sheet at www.aspyredesign.com ASP1720 P5/7 07/17 (141-Mio Artisan Siding with Lock Joint System GENERAL FASTENING REQUIREMENTS CAULKING& PAINTING Fasteners must be corrosion resistant,galvanized,or stainless steel. For best results use an Elastomeric Joint Sealant complying with Electro-galvanized are acceptable but may exhibit premature corrosion. ASTM C920 Grade NS,Class 25 or higher or a Latex Joint Sealant James Hardie recommends the use of quality,hot-dipped galvanized nails. complying with ASTM C834.Caulking/Sealant must be applied in James Hardie is not responsible for the corrosion resistance of fasteners. accordance with the caulking/sealant manufacturer's written Stainless steel fasteners are recommended when installing James Hardie instructions.Note:OSI Quad as well as some other caulking products near the ocean,large bodies of water,or in very humid climates. manufacturers do not allow tooling. Manufacturers of ACQ and CA preservative-treated wood recommend spacer DO NOT use stain,oil/alkyd based paint,or powder coating on materials or other physical barriers to prevent direct contact of ACQ or CA James Hardie®Products.Factory-primed James Hardie Products preservative-treated wood and aluminum products.Fasteners used to attach must be painted within 180 days of installation.100%acrylic HardieTrim Tabs to preservative-treated wood shall be of hot dipped topcoats are recommended.Do not paint when wet.For application zinc coated galvanized steel or stainless steel and in accordance to 2015 rates refer to paint manufacturer's specifications.Back-rolling is recommended if the paint is sprayed. IRC R317.3 or 2015 IBC 2304.10.5. • Consult applicable product evaluation or listing for correct fasteners type CUT EDGE TREATMENT and placement to achieve specified design wind loads. • NOTE:Published wind loads may not be applicable to all areas where Caulk,paint or prime all field cut edges. Local Building Codes have specific jurisdiction.Consult James Hardie Technical Services if you are unsure of applicable compliance documen- tation. • Drive fasteners perpendicular to siding and framing. CARE &MAINTENANCE • Fastener heads should fit snug against siding(no air space).(fig.A) • Do not over-drive nail heads or drive nails at an angle. As a guide,it is recommended that normal maintenance tasks • If nail is countersunk,fill nail hole and add a nail.(fig.B) shall include but not be limited to: • For wood framing,under driven nails should be hit flush to the plank with •Washing down the exterior surfaces every 6 to 12 months a hammer(For steel framing,remove and replace nail). with a garden hose or low pressure water spray to remove • Do not use aluminum fasteners,staples,or clipped head nails. dirt and debris.* •Re-applying of exterior finishes.* • Maintaining the exterior envelope and connections including joints,penetrations,flashings,and sealants(caulking)that PNEUMATIC FASTENING may provide a means of moisture entry beyond the exterior cladding. James Hardie products can be hand nailed or fastened with a • pneumatic tool.Pneumatic fastening is highly recommended.Set Cleaning out gutters,blocked pipes,and overflows as required. air pressure so that the fastener is driven snug with the surface of •Pruning back vegetation that is touching the building. the siding.A flush mount attachment on the pneumatic tool is Clearance between the siding and shrubs is recommended. recommended. This will help control the depth the nail is driven.If •Ensuring required external ground clearances and drainage setting the nail depth proves difficult,choose a setting that under slopes are maintained. drives the nail. (Drive under driven nails snug with a smooth faced hammer-Does not apply for installation to steel framing). ee Countersink. 11W snug flush Ilk Fill&Add Nail Figure A Figure B DO NOT DO NOT under drive nails staple *Refer to your paint manufacturer for washing and recoating recommendations. ASP1 i20 Ps// 0//1 �y tt y >a Y���o Artisan' Siding with Lock Joint System WARNING High pressure water blast and sand blasting may damage the surface of the fiber cement product.Low pressure water spray,a soft medium bristle(nonmetal) brush is most suitable for cleaning fiber cement products.Acid washing can damage the fiber cement surface and is not recommended. Note:If using a pressure washer,care must be taken to ensure that the water stream does not damage the surface of the siding.Damage to siding arising from improper cleaning or maintenance)nay not be covered by the James Hardie warranty. Using wide fan tips that are kept a minimum of 6 feet from the wall and at pressures under 1500 psi will minimize the chance of damaging the siding. COVERAGE CHART/ ESTIMATING GUIDE Number of 12 ft planks,Includes 5%waste factor. Coverage Area Less Openings Plank Width Exposure Plank Width Exposure 1SO= (100sgft) 7 9 1 15 12 2 30 24 3 45 35 4 60 46 5 75 59 6 90 70 7 105 82 8 120 94 9 135 105 10 150 117 11 165 129 12 180 140 13 195 152 14 210 164 15 225 175 16 240 187 17 255 199 18 270 210 19 285 222 20 300 234 Silica Warning.DANGER:May cause cancer if dust horn product is inhaled.Causes damage to lungs and respiratory system through prolonged or repeated inhalation of dust from product.Refer to the current product Safety Data Sheet before use.1 he hatard associated with fiber cement arises from crystalline silica present in the dust generated by activities such as cutting,machining,drilling.routing,sawing,crushing or otherwise abrading fiber cement,and when cleaning up disposing of or moving the dust.When doing any of these activities in a manner that generates dust you must(1)comply with the OSHA PEL for silica dust and/or other applicable law,(2)follow James Hardie cutting instructions to reduce or limit the release of dust,(2)warn others in the area to avoid the dust;(4)when using mechanical saw or high speed cutting tools,work outdoors and use dust collection equipment: and IS)if no other dust controls are available,wear a dust mask or respirator that meets NIOSH requirements(e.g.N-95 dust mask).During dean-up,use a well maintained vacuum and fitter appropriate for capturing fine (respirable)dust or use wet clean-up methods-never dry sweep. WARNING:This Product contains a chemical known to thetateof California to cause cancer.For more information ao to P65Wamings,c goy/product. RECOGNIDON:Artisan'Siding with t rick Joint System complies with ASTM C1186 and meets the Fiber-Cement Siding code requirements in the 2006.2009,2012 8 2015 International Building Codd'Section 1404.10, 1405.16.and 1405.16.2:and the 2006,2009,2012 6 2015 International Residential Code'for Orae-and Two-family Dwellings Table 11703.4(Table 11703.3 in 201510C)and section R703.10.2.Supplementary code compliance details are found the Artisan"Siding with Lock Joint System technical Data Sheet 201 I!aura Hardie Oadhag Products,ha..AI rights reserved iM.SM and in) Product warranties,safety information and additional installation die n1111060Jallt�esHardie denote badenmrks or registered nadeninrks ul.ieu�es Hmn1111060Lioated. information are available at aspyredesign.cum ASP1720 P7/7 07717 PROJECT RIO-2706-17 ENGINEERING EVALUATION REPORT FOR ATTACHING JAMES HARDIE ARTISAN®SIDING WITH LOCK JOINT SYSTEM TO WOOD OR METAL FRAMED WALLS JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS, INC. 10901 ELM AVENUE FONTANA, CA 92337 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE COVER PAGE 1 EVALUATION SUBJECT 2 EVALUATION SCOPE 2 EVALUATION PURPOSE 2 REFERENCE REPORTS 2 TEST RESULTS 3 TABLE 1A,1B, 1C, and 1D RESULTS AND ANALYSIS OF TRANSVERSE LOAD TESTING 3-6 DESIGN WIND LOAD PROCEDURES 7 TABLE 3, COEFFICIENTS AND CONSTANTS USED IN DETERMINING V AND p 8 TABLE 4,ALLOWABLE STRESS DESIGN C&C PRESSURES EXPOSURE B 8 TABLE 5,ALLOWABLE STRESS DESIGN C&C PRESSURES EXPOSURE C 8 TABLE 6,ALLOWABLE STRESS DESIGN C&C PRESSURES EXPOSURE D 8 TABLE 7,ALLOWABLE WIND SPEED (MPH) FOR HARDIEPLANK SIDING 9-14 LIMITATIONS OF USE 14 AS PRODUCT EVALUATOR, THE UNDERSIGNED CERTIFIES THAT THE LISTED PRODUCTS ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ASCE 7 - 10, THE 2017 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE,AND THE 2015 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE. PREPARED BY: RONALD I. OGAWA&ASSOCIATES, INC. 16835 ALGONQU(N STREET#443 HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX ffrdis..,��rF.., 9I 1\.oGH /1j; ii -.. Y\ V ' r fir/ STAT. : ‘s.. .. yi t1 RONALD I.OGAWAASSOCIATES,INC. 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT:RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 into@jameshardie.com EVALUATION SUBJECT Artisan®Siding with Lock Joint System James Hartle Product Trade Names covered in this evaluation: Artisan®Siding with Lock Joint System includes the following profiles.Artisan®Bevel Channel Siding,Artisan®Cove Siding,Artisan®Square Channel Siding,Artisan®Shiplap Siding.Artisan®V-Groove Siding EVALUATION SCOPE: .ASCE 7-10 2017 Ronda Building Code 2015 International Building Code® EVALUATION PURPOSE: This analysis is to determine the maximum design 3-second gust wind speed to be resisted by an assembly of Artisan®Siding with Lock Joint System fastened to wood or metal training with naus or screws REFERENCE REPORTS: 1.Intertek Report 101547645CDP-005A,ASTM C1186 Material property test on Artisan planks 2.Intertek Report 101798003C00-003,ASTM E330 test on 8 25"Artisan V-Rustic Siding 3.Intertek Report 102026457C0Q-001A REV,ASTM E330 test on 8 25"Artisan V-Rustic Siding 4.Intertek Report 10206457COQ-003,ASTM E330 test on 8 25"Artisan V-Rustle Siding 6.Intectek Report 102477932000-0O1A REV,ASTM E330 test on 10 25'Artisan Beveled Shiplap Siding 8.Intertek Report G7065 01-303-44-R1,ASTM E330 test on 10 25"Artisan Beveled channel Siding i , 1' R. . 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ORIDP ss�oNALE .` ,�1 ",/!!!!/I// , 2 RONALD I.OGAWA ASSOCIATES,INC. 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 ' HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT:RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 infot jameshardie corn TEST RESULTS: Table 1A.Test Results and Analysis of Transverse Load Testing for Reports No.101798003COQ-003 and 102026457COQ-003 Report Number Intertek 101798003C0Q-003 Intertek 102026457COQ _ 003 Product Artisan V-Rustic s Thickness(in) 0 625 0 625 0 625 0625 0 625 Width{in) 8 25 8 25 8 25 8 25 8.25 Frame Type 2X4 wood 2X4 wOod 2X4 wood SPF 0 24" 2X4 wood 2X4 wood SPF SPF oo.w/7116"0513 DFL DFL Frame Spacing(in) 16 24 24 16 24 6d siding 6d siding 1Od siding 10d siding Fastener Type nail,0 092" nail,0 092" 4d ring shank siding nail, nail,0 097 nail,0 092" x0222"x x0222"x 0.090"x 0.215"x 1 5" x0222"x x0222"x 2.0" 20" 30" 30" Fastening Method Blind nail to Blind nail to Blind nail at 8"o c to Face nail to Face nail to stud stud OSB sheathing stud stud Ultimate Load(psf) 99 9 60 5 189 4 288 176 Design Load(psi) 33.3 20.2 63.1 89.3 68.7 Effective Tributary Area(soft) 0.778 1 167 0 292 0 778 1 167 Fastener Load.as tested(lb/fastener) 25 9 23.5 18 4 69.5 68 4 Adjusted withdrawal design load' 39 2 39 2 35 6 85 3 85 3 )!b/fastener) W Net Fastener Penetration tin J,P 1 688 1 688 0 438 2 375 2 375 Nto dSpecficGravity,G 042 042 a 7• 050 050 Nail Shank Diameter(in).0 0 092 0 092 0 090 0 092 0 092 Withdrawal design value per NDS 2015 14 5 14 5 50 9 22 4 22 4 or ESR-1539(Iblin penetration),W 1 Allowable Design Load is the Ultimate Load divided by a Factor of safety of 3 2 Artisan Siding with Lock Joint System complies with ASTM C1186 for Grade II,Type A Non-asbestos Fiber-Cement Flat Sheets 3 Calculated fastener withdrawal load is compared with the tested fastener load and the more conservative one wilt be used For alt cases in the table,the adjusted withdrawal design value,W,is calculated as W=CD•W•P Where, CD=load duration factor per NDS-2015 Table 2 3 2 for wind/earthquake load=1 6 W=withdrawal design value.calculated per NDS-2015 or ESR-1539,whichever applicable P=fastener embedment depth,in. When nail shank D.i 0.099 inch but s 0.375 Inch for smooth shank nails.NDS-2015 equation(11 2-3)is used to calculate withdrawal design value W=1380•Grs"t•0 Where, G=wood specific gravity per Table 11 3 3A 0=nail shank diameter,in When nail shank,D,is less than 0 099 inch,or in the case of ring shank nails, the withdrawal design values were obtained from ICC-ES ESR-1539 Table 2 4 For calculate nng shank nal withdrawal capacity from OSB,an equivalent specific gravity of 0 7 was used per APA TT-039c 5 The profile name,Artisan V-Rustic,has been changed to Artisan V-Groove t+'$ Q`\. OGAtV9 _ Ni�%ttt `� S '''L 124 21 x -0 STA 1 1 r F 1,: 3 RONALD I.OGAWAASSOCIATES,INC 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT:RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC 1-888-542-7343 info@jameshardie corn Table 18.Test Results and Analysis of Transverse Load Testing for Report 102028467000-001 Report Number Intertek 102026457C00-001A REV Analysis based on test results' Product Artisan V-Rustics Thickness(in) 0 625 0 625 0 625 0 625 0.625 0 625 0.625 0 625 Width(in) 8 25 8 25 8 25 8 25 8 25 8 25 8 25 8 25 2X4 wood 1X4 wood 20 ga (33 20 ga (33 2)14 wood 1X4 SPF 20 ga.(33 20 ga (33 Frame Type DFL SPE @ 16" mil)steel mil)steel DFL furring @ mil)steel mil)steel o c studs studs , 16"o c studs studs Frame Spacing(in) 16 16 16 16 24 24 24 24 11 ga No 6 x ET&F 0 100'ET&F 0 100' 11 ga No 8 x ETBF 0 100'ET&F 0 100' knurled knurledknurled knurled roofing nail, 0 375"x shank shank roofing nail, 0 375"x shank shank Fastener Type 0120"x 1 25"ribbed 0 120"x 1 25"ebbed 0 375"x wafer head diameter x diameter x 0 375"x wafer head diameter x diameter x 1 75" screw 0 313'HD x 0 250"HD x 1 75" screw 0 313"HD x 0 250'HD x 1 5'long 1 5"long 1 5'long 1 5'long Fastening Method Blind nail to Blind screw Blind nail to Face nail to Bind nail to Blind screw Blind nail to Face nail to stud to furring stud stud stud to furring stud stud Ultimate Load(psi) 128 7 162 1 128 220 2 128 7 162 1 128 220 2 Design Load(psi) 42.9 64,0 42.7 73.4 28.6 38.0 28.4 48.9 Effective Tnbutary Area(soft) 0 778 0 778 0 778 0 778 1.167 1 167 1 167 1 167 Fastener Load,as tested(lb/fastener) 33 4 42 0 33 2 57 1 33 4 42 0 33 2 57 1 Adjusted withdrawal design load' 67 3 (lb/fastener) W Net Fastener Penetration(in).P 1 438 Wood Specific Gravity,G 0 50 Nail Shank Diameter(in),0 0 120 Withdrawal design value per NOS 2015 29 3 or ESR-1539(Ibfin penetration).W 1 Allay/hie Design load a the Ultimate Load divided by a Factor of safety of 3 2 Artisan Siding with lock Joint System complies with ASTM C1186 for Grade It,Type A Non-asbestos Fiber-Cement Flat Sheets 3 See Note 3 of Table 18 4 The allowable design loads for frame spacing of 24"were calculated using the tasted fastener loads of 16"frame spacing configurations 5 The profile name,Artisan V-Rustic,has been changed to Artisan V-Groove ��,f°' R.I. 1 A i ',sir '...4 1W-1 •t, .7: -j. . , O 11 _ / 4iAEJ411 1 4 RONALD I.OGAWAASSOCIATES,INC 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT:RIO-2708-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 info@jameshardie corn Table 1C.Test Results and Analysis of Transverse Load Testing for Report 102477932C0Q-001A REV Report Number Intertek 102026457COQ-001A REV Analysis based on lest results' Product Artisan Beveled Shiplap' Thickness(in 1 0 625 0 625 0 625 0 625 0 625 0 625 Wdth(in) 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 2X4 wood 2X4 wood 20 ga(33 2X4 wood 2X4 wood 20 ga (33 Frame Type DFL DFL mil)steel DFL DFL mit)steel studs studs Frame Spacing(in) 16 16 16 24 24 24 8d ring 8d ring ET&F 0 100' ring 8d ring ET&F 0 100" shank siding shank box knurledshank siding shank box knurled Fastener Type nail,0 092" nail,0 113"x shank nail 0092" nail,0113"x shankx 0 222'x 0 260'x diameter x x 0 222"x 0 260"x diameter x 2.5" 2 375" 0 250"HD x 2 5" 2 375" 0 250"1-1D x 1 5'long 1 5"long Fastening Method Face nail to Face nail to Face nail to Face nail to Face nail to Face eat to stud stud stud stud stud stun Ultimate Load(pst) 269 5 332 1 176 2 128 7 162 1 128 Design Load(pst) 89.8 110.7 68.7 49.4 68.8 39.2 Effective Tributary Area(sgfi) 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 500 1 500 1.500 Fastener Load,as tested(lb/fastener) 89 8 110 7 58.7 74 1 84 9 58 7 Adjusted withdrawal design toad' 74.1 84.9 •Since the calculated fastener loads are smaller than the tested fastener loads,the calculated loads will be (lb/fastener),W used for conservative purpose Net Fastener Penetration pn.),P 1 875 1 750 Wood Specific Gravity,G 0 50 0 50 Nail Shank Diameter(in),D 0 092 0113 Withdrawal design value par NDS 2015 24 7 30 3 or ESR-t539(tbiln penetration).W 1 Allowable Design Load is the Ultimate Load divided by a Factor of safety of 3 2 Artisan Siding with Lock Joint System complies with ASTM C1186 for Grade It,Type A Non-asbestos Fiber-Cement Flat Sheets 3 See Note 3 of Table 1A 4 The allowable design loads for frame spacing of 24"were calculated using the tested fastener loads of 16"frame spacing configurations 5 Tests were performed on Artisan Bevel Channel(original name Beveled Shiplap)sidings The results are applicable to other four profiles:V-Groove,Cove,Shiplap,Square Channel,since they nave very similar design aria Bevel Channel has the least amount of matenal Olgr �ti111i1t '\• �" , .1 • O. v. ,op.• ta • StN1'FLoR`CNS t�,. F• SSIONNVt ''''"ejs////rtttt 5 RONALD I.OGAWAASSOCIATES,INC 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT:RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 info@jameshardie corn Table 113.Test Results and Analysis of Transverse Load Testing for Report G7086.01-30344-RI Report Number Intertek G7085 01-303-44-R1 Analysis based on test results' Product Artisan Beveled Channels — Thickness(gin) 0 625 0 625 0 625 0.625 0 625 0 625 0.625 0 625 0 625 0 625 0 625 Nfdth(m) 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 10 25 2X4 wood 1X4 SPF 20 ga (33 20 ga (33 SPF C4 24" 1X4 SPF 20 ga(33 20 ga(33 2X4 wood 2X4 wood 2X4 wood 284 wood Frame Type furring(tp mit)steel mil)steel o C. WI turning @ mil)steel mil)steel SPF SPF 16"o c studs studs 7116"058 SPF SPF 16"o c studs studs Sheathing Frame Spacing(tri) 16 16 16 16 16 24 24 24 24 24 24 ETBF 0 100' ETU 0 100' 11 ga No 8 x No B x 4d ring 11 ga No 8 x No 8 x 6e1 ring knurled 6d ring knurled roofing nail, 0 375"x 0 375"x shank siding roofing nail, 0 375"x 0 375"x siding nail, shank siding nail, shank Fastener Type 0 120"x 1 25"ribbed 1 25"ebbed nail,0 090" 0 120"x 1 25"ribbed 1 25"ribbed 0092"x 0 375"x wafer head diameter x wafer head x 0 215"x 0 U92"x 0 375"x water head diameter x wafer head 0 222"x 2 0" 1.75" screw 0 313'HD x screw 1 5" 0222"x 2 0" 1 75" screw 0 313'HD x screw 1 5'long 1 5'long Blind nail at Fastening Method Blind nail to Blind nail to Blind screw Blind nail to Blind screw 6"o c to Blind nail to Blind nail to Blind sciew Blind nail to Blind screw stud stud to tuning stud to stud OSB stud stud to furring stud to stud sheathing Ultimate Load(psf) 89 3 122 8 155 2 101.8 128 2 140 89 3 122 8 155 2 101 9 128 2 Design Load(psi) 29-8 40.9 51.7 33.9 42.7 48.7 19.8 27.3 34.6 228 28.6 Effective Tributary Area(sqk) r 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 1 000 0 375 1.500 1 500 1 500 1 500 1 500 Fastener Load,as tasted(lb/fastener) 29 8 40 9 51 7 33 9 42 7 17 5 29 8 40.9 51.7 33 9 42.7 Adjusted withdrawal design toad' 39 2 43 5 ltbtfastener),W Net Fastener Penetration On).P 1 688 1 438 vWod Specific Gravity.G 0 42 0 42 Nail Shank Diameter(in 1.0 0 092 0120 Withdrawal design value per NOS 2015 14 5 18 9 or ESR-1539(Iblin penetration),W f Allowable Design Load is the Ultimate Load divided by a Factor of safety of 3. 2 Artisan Siding with Lock Joint System complies with ASTM C1186 for Grade II,Type A Non-asbestos Fiber-Cement Flat Sheets. 3 See Note 3 of Table 1A 4 The allowable design loads for frame spacing of 24"were calculated using the tested fastener loads of 16"frame spacing configurations 5 Tests were performed on Artisan Bevel Channel sidings The results are applicable to other tour profiles.V Groove,Cove,Shiplap,Square Channel,since they have very similar design and Bevel Channel has the least amount of material +/f//////:rrr,,�i zi i II ' 4 % -, • , !'' i1 , 1 •• Z. • -o S1A • •:tQ 4` _ F ; i'( • S10 N AA- f' 6 RONALD I OGAWA ASSOCIATES,INC. 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET 6443 HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT R10-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 info(8jameshardie corn DESIGN WIND LOAD PROCEDURES: Fiber-cement siding transverse load capacity(wind load capacity)is determined via compliance testing to transverse load national test standards Via the transverse load testing an allowable design load is determined based on a factor of safety of 3 applied to the ultimate test load Since the allowable design load is based on factor of safety of 3,allowable design loads on fiber-cement siding correlate directly to required design pressures for Allowable Stress Design,and therefore should be used with combination loading equations for Allowable Stress Design(ASD) By using the combination loading equations for Allowable Stress Design(ASD),the tested allowable design loads for fiber-cement siding are aligned with the wind speed requirements In ASCE 7-10 Figure 26 5-1A, Figure 26 5.16,and Figure 26 5-1C For this analysis,to calculate the pressures in Tables 4,5,and 6,the load combination wit be in accordance with ASCE 7-10 Section 2 4 combining nominal loads using allowable stress design,load combination 7 Load combination 7 uses a load factor of 0 6 applied to the wind velocity pressure Equation 1, q,=0 002561x;K,;Ki•V (ref ASCE 7-10 equation 30 3-1) q,,velocity pressure at height z K,,velocity pressure exposure coefficient evaluated at height z K„,topographic factor Kd,wind directionality factor V,basic wind speed(3- Equation 2, V=V,,, (ref.2015 IBC&2017 FBC Section 1602 1 definitions) v.,,,ultimate design wind speeds(3-second gust MPH)determined from 12015 IBC,2017 FBC]Figures 1609 3(1),1809 3(2),or 1609 3(3), ASCE 7-10 Figures 26 5-1A,B,or C Equation 3, p=q,•(GC,-GC„) (ref.ASCE 7-10 equation 30 6-1) GC,,product of external pressure coefficient and gust-effect factor GCb,,product NAM/oral precru ire coefficient and gust-affect tactor p,design pressure(PSF)for siding(allowable design load for siding) To determine design pressure,substitute q,into Equation 3, Equation 4, p=0 002581K,'K„Kd• (GC,GC,J Allowable Stress Design,ASCE 7-10 Section 2.4 1,load combination 7. Equation 5, 0 60•0 6W (ref.ASCE 7-10 section 2.4.1,toad combination 7) D,dead load W wind load(load due to wind pressure) To determine the Allowable Stress Design Pressure,apply the load factor for W(wind)from Equation 4 top(design pressure)determined from equation 4 Equation 6, P.,,=0 61p1 Equation 7, p•„=0 610 256'x;Kv K.•V„'•(GC,GC,a)1 Equation 7 is used to populate Table 4,5,and 6. To determine the allowable ultimate basic wind speed for Hardie Siding in Table 7.solve Equation 7 for V,,,, Equation 6, V,,,_(pa/0 6'0 002561x;K,;K„•(GC;GC„))°i Applicable to methods specified In Exceptions 1 through 3 of(2015 IBC,2017 FBC]Section 1609 1 1,to determine the allowable nominal design wind speed(Vasd)for Hardie Skiing in Table 7,apply the conversion formula below, Equation 9, V_=V,,,•(0 6)03 (ref 2015/BC&2017 FBC Section 1609 3 1) V,,,.Nominal design wind speed(3-second gust mph) (ref 2015 IBC&2017 FBC Section 1602 1] ,1110, i� 0 At 4 rp. 21 ,t. h ` -o.' STA1 OF t 44 ' � 'IN x,-•ets, F•t 0 ill ;, '” - ,. 7., 44 fr��/1f/P1'>i�'r(/ /7 V RONALD I.OGAWAASSOCIATES,INC, 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 ' HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 in10(djameshardie.com Table 3,Coefficients and Constants used In Determining V end p, K, Watt Zone 5 Height(ft) Exp B Ex C Exp 0 K, K GC, GC..0-1 0 7 0 85 103 8580 ,' 0.85 -1.4 0 18 20 07 09 108 1 085 -14 b18 25 07 094 1.12 1 085 -14 018 30 0 7 0.98 1 16 1 0 85 -1.4 0.18 35 073 101 119 1 085 -14 018 40 0 76 104 1.22 1 065 -1.4 0 18 45 0 785 1.065 1.245 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 50 0 81 1 09 - 1.27 i 1 0 85 -1 4 0.18 55 083 1 11 129 1 0 85 -1 4 01 8 60 0.85 1 13 1 31 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 100 099 126 1.43 h>60 1 085 ' .1.8 018 Table 4,Allowable Stress Design-Component and Cladding(C&C)Pressures(PSF)to be Resisted at Various Wind Speeds-Wind Exposure Category B, Wnd Speed(3- second gust) 100 105 110 115 120 130 140 150 160 17(1 180 190 200 210 Height(tt) B 8 B B B 8 B B B B B 8 B 8 615 -14.4 -15 9 -17 5 -19 1 -20.8 -24 4 -28 3 32 5 37 0 -41.7 46 8 52 1 -57 6 ' -63.7 20 -14 4 -15 9 -17 5 -19 1 -20.8 -24 4 -28 3 32 5 -37 0 41.7 46 8 -52 1 -57.8 -93 7 25 -14 4 -15 9 -17 5 - -19 1 -208 -24 4 -28 3 -32 5 37 0 -41 7 -46 8 -52 1 -57 8 -63 7 30 -14.4 -15 9 -17 5 -19 1 -20 8 -24 4 -28 3 32 5 -37 0 -41.7 46 8 -52 1 -57 8 -63 7 35 -15.1 •16.8 -182 -19.9 -21.7 -25.4 -29 5 -33-9 -38 6 -43 5 -48 8 54 4 -60 2 -66 4- 40 -15.1 -17 3 -19 0 -20 7 -22 6 -26 6 -30 7 -35 3 -401 45 3 -50 8 56 6 -62 7 -691 45 -18.2 - -17 9 -19.6 -21 4 -23 3 -27 4 -31 7 -36 4 -41 5 -48.8 -52 5 -58 5 -64 8 -71.4 50 -16 7 -18 4 -20.2 -22 1 -24 1 -28 2 -32 7 -37 6 -42.8 48 3 54 1 ' -60 3 -66 8 -73 7 55 -17 1 -18 9 -20 7 -22 6 -24 7 -28 9 -33.6 -38 5 43 8 49.5 -55 5 -61 8 -68 5 45,5 60 -17.5 -19 3 -21.2 -23 2 •25'4 -79 6 -3(4 -39.5 -449 -50.7 -58 8 -63.3 ' -70.1 -77.3 100 -25.6 -282 310 -338 -369 433 -502 -576 855 .740 -829 -924 -1024 -1129 Table 5,Allowable Stress Design-Component and Cladding(C&C)Pressures(PSF)to be Resisted at Various Wind Speeds-Wind Exposure Category C, Wnd Speed(3- second oust) 100 105 110 115 120 130 140 150 160 - 170 180 190 200 210 Height(ft) C C C C C C C C C C C G C C 0-15 -11-5 -19 3 ' -21.2 -23 2 -25 2 -29 6 -34 4 39 5 -44 9 -50.7 -56e .63 3 -70 1 47.3 20 •18.6 20.5 -22.5 -24 6 26 7 -31 4 -36.4 -41 8 -47 5 -53 7 -60 2 67 0 -74 3 -81.9- 25 .19.4 -214 -23 5 -25 6 -27 9 -32 8 38 0 43 6 49 6 56.0 62 8 -70 0 -77.8 -85 5 30 -20 2 -22 3 -24.5 -28 7 -29 1 -34 2 -39 6 -45 5 -51 8 58 4 -85 5 -73 0 -80 9 89 2 35 -20.8 -23.0 -25 2 ' -27.6 -30 0 ' -35 2 -40 8 -46 9 -53 3 -60 2 -67 5 -75 2 -83 3 -91 9' 40 -21.5 -23 7 -26 0 -28 4 -30 9 36 3 42 0 48 3 -54 9 -62.0 89 5 -77 4 -85 8 -94 6 45 -22 0 .24 2 -26 8 -29 1 -31.6 37 1 .43 1 .49 4 -56 2 -63 5 -71 2 -79.3 -87.9 -9119 50 -22.5 -24.8 .27.2 -29 7 -32.4 38 0 -44 1 -50.6 516 85 0 -72 9 81 2 -89.6 -99.2 55 -22.9 -25 2 -27 7 -30 3 33.0 -38 7 44 9 ' 51.5 -58 6 -66 2 -74 2 -82 7 -91 6 -101 0 50 -23.3 -25 7 -28 2 ' 30 8 ' 733 6 -39 4 45 7 -52.4 -59 7 -67 4 -75 5 -84.1 -93 2 -102 8 100 -32.8 -35 9 -394 43 1 -0$9 55 0 63 8 -73 3 -83 4 -941 - -105 5 -117.6 -130 3 . -1436 j Table 6,Allowable Stress Design-Component and Cladding(CAC)Pressures(PSF)to be Resisted at Various Wind Speeds-Wind Exposure Category D, Wnd Speed(3- second gust) 100 105 110 115 120 130 140 150 160 17(1 180 190 200 210 Height(1) 1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 D ' 0- 5 -21.2 -23 4 -25.7 -28 1 -306 35 9 -41.6 47 8 -54 4 -61 4 -66 8 -76 7 -85 0 -93 7 20 -22.3 -24 6 -27.0 -29 5 -32.1 -37 7 -43.7 -501 -57 0 -64 4 -72 2 80 4 -89 1 -98 2 25 -23.1 -25 5 -28 0 30 6 -33 3 -39.0 45 3 -52 0 -59 1 -68 8 -74 9 -83.4 -92 4 -101 9 30 -23 9 -26.4 -29.0 -31.8 -34 5 - 40 4 -46 9 -53 8 -61 3 69 2 -77 5 -86.4 -95.7 -105.5 35 -24 5 -27 1 -29.7 -32 5 -35.3 -41 5 -48 1 •55 2 62 8 -70.9 -79 5 -88 6 -98 2 -108 3 40 -25.2 -27 7 -30.5 -33 5 -362 42 5 - -49 3 -56 6 64 4 -72 7 -81 5 -90 9 -1007 -111.0 45 -25 7 -28.3 -31.1 -34 0 -37.0 -43 4 -50 3 -57 8 - -65 7 -74 2 83 2 -92 7 1022 7 -113 3 50 -26 2 -28 9 -31 7 -34 6 -37 7 44 3 -51.3 -68 9 -67 1 -75.7 -84 9 -94.6 -104.8 '-1155 55 -28 6 -29 3 -322 -35.2 -38-3 45 0 -52.2 -59 9 -68 1 -76 9 -88 2 -96 1 -106 4 -117 4 80 -27.0 -29 8 -32 7 -35.7 -38 9 -45 7 -53 0 -80 8 69 2 -781 -87 6 -97 8 -108.1 -1192' 100 , -370 40.8 -44.7 -489 _ -53.2 -825 ' -725 -83.2 -946 -108.8 -1198 ' -1334 -1479 ' -1030I Tables 4.5,and 6 are based on ASCE 7-10 and consistent with the 2015 IBC.2015 IRC and the 2017 Florida Building Coee. 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(3-second gust mph) (3-second gust mph) 1 Applicable to methods specified In 12015 IBC,2017 Applicable to methods FBC)Section 1609 1.1,as specified in Exceptions I den:mined by Figures through 3 of 12015 IBC,2017 1609 3(1),1809 3(2).or FBC)Becton 1609 1 1 1609 3(3) Coefficients used in Table 6 calculations for V.. 1Mnd ciTosure Category_�1rtd ex osure CatcT:4y Sdng K Product Mitt) Fastener Fastener Frame Stud Building Allowable Pi u:Arct Thickness Spacing Hei P' B C D B C D Cosign Load (inches) (inches) Type Spacing Type (inches) (feet) (PsF) + Exp B Exp C F34r 0 Kn K„ Gee 000 0-15 152 138 125 118 107 97 -33.3 07 0 85 1.03 hs60 I 0.85 -1A 0.18 20 152 134 122 118 104 95 -333 0 7 0.9 1.06 I 0.63 -1.4 0 1$ 25 152 131 120 118 102 93 -33.3 0 7 094 1 12 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 6d siding 30 152 128 118 118 99 91 -33 3 0 7 0.96 1.16 I 0.85 -1.4 0 16 ^usa;rX's math,0.092" Blind nail 2X4 Wood 35 149 126 116 115 98 90 -33.3 073 101 1.19 I 0.65 -1.4 0.16 „i rove Sang )8 8 25 x 0 22T x to stud SPF 16 40 146 125 115 113 97 89 -33 3 078 104 122 1 0.85 -1.4 018 2 0" 45 143 123 114 111 95 88 -33 3 0 785 1065 1 245 I 085 -14 0 18 50 141 122 113 109 94 87 -33 3 0 81 109 127 1 016 1 A 0 18 55 139 121 112 108 93 87 33.3 083 1.11 129 I 0.65 -14 015 60 138 120 111 107 93 86 -33.3 085 1.13 - 1.31 1 0.85 -1.4 018 100 114 - - 68 - -33 3 099 1 28 1 43 h>60 1 0,85 -1.8 0¶8 0-15 118 - 92 • - -202 0.7 0.85 1.03 11580 1 0.55 -14 0-18 20 118 _ - 92 - _ • -202 07 0.9 , toe 1 I 0.55 -14 018 25 118 92 - • •202 07 oleo 1t , I 0.85 •1 4 0 18, Ed siding 30 ' 118 92 ! • - -20 2 0 7 098 1 18 t 0,85 -t 4 0 18 Arhsandt V- nu),0092' Blind nail 2X4 Wood 35 116 - - 90 - - -242 073 101 1.19 1 085 -14 018 ;�oove Siding 518 8.25 x 0222"x to stud SPF 24 40 - 114 - - j Be - - -202 0.76 1.04 122 1 018 -I 4 0 18 45 112 • - 87 -20 2 0.715 1065' 1,246 1 0.85 -1 4 0.18 - 2 0" 50 - • - 1 -20 2 0 81 109 1.27 I 0.65 -1 4 0 18 55 1 • - / - - - - -20 2 0.83 III 129 1 0.55 -1 4 0.16 60 - - - • - • -20.2 0 65 1.13 1 31 I 0,65 -1.4 0.16 100 - . - - - - -20 2 099 1 28 143 1580 1 0 85 -1 8 0.15 ' 0-15 209 190 172 162 147 133 -63.1 0.7 0.85 103 *1060 1 0.85 -14 0.18 20 299 184 188 182 143 130 -631 0.7 09 108 I 055 -14 018 4d ring 2X4 wood 25 209 180 165 162 140 128 - 83 1 0 7 0.94 1 12 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 shank Blind nail SPF 30 209 177 182 162 137 12663 I 07 096 1.18 t 0.65 •1.4 018 ANser1®V- siding nail, at 6" C 24"O C, 35 205 174 150 159 135 124 -83 1 0 73 1.01 1 19 1 0 65 -1.4 0 18 5/8 8 25 24 40 201 172 158 155 133 123 -83 1 0 78 1.04 122 1 0.85 -7 4 0 16 Groove Siding 0 090"x to WSP w/7116" 45 197 169 157 153 131 121 .63 I 0 785 1 065 1 245 1 0.65 -1.4 0.18 0 215"x sheathing OSB 50 194 168 155 151 130 120 -63 1 0 81 1 09 1 27I 0 65 -1.4 0.18 1 5" sheathing 55 192 166 154 149 129 119 -63 1 0 83 1 11 1 29 '1 0 85 -1 4 019 60 190 165 153 147 127 118 -63 1 _ 0 88 1 13 1.31 1 0.65 -14.018 100 157 139 131 122 108 101 -631 0 99 126 1 43 h>60 1 0 85 -18 018 0-15 249 226 205 193 175 159 .89 3 0 7 0.95 1 09 hse0 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 20 249 n 219 ' 200 193 ' 170 ' 155 -89 3 0.7 0 9 1.08 j 1 0.85 -1.4 0 18 25 249 215 197 193 186 ; 152 -89 3 0 7 0.94 1 12 1 0.85 -1.4 1 0 18 10d siding 30 249 210 ' 193 193 163 - 150 -89 3 01 0.98 • 1 16 1 1 085 .14 0 le A.rtisarl®V- nail,0 092" Face nail 7X4 Wood 35 244 207 191 189 - 160 148 •69 3 0 73 1.01 1.19 I 0.65 -1 4 0 t6 :;move Siding 5/8 8 25 x 0 222"x to stud DFL 16 40 239 204 188 185 158 148 -89 3 078 1.04 122 I 0.85 -1 4 0 Is 45 235 202 186 182 158 144 -893 0765 1085 1243 1 085 -14 0.76 3 50 231 r 199 185 179 , 154 143 -89.3 081 1,09 127 I 0.85 -1.4 018 55 228 197 183 177 153 142 -89 3 0 e3 1 11 ' 1 29 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 60 226 196 182 175 152 141 • -89.3 0 65 1.13 1 31 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 100 187 166 155 ' 145 128 120 -89 3 0 99 128 7 43 11580 10.85 -1.8 0 18 0-15 `' 193 175 159 149 136 123 - -53 7 0 7 0.85 1 03 11580 1 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 20 193 170 155 149 _ 132 120 -53.7 0 7 09 1.06 , I 0 95 -14 0 18 25 193 166 - 152 149 129 118 -53.7 0 7 0.94 1.12 1 0.85 -1 4 0.18 10d siding 30 . 193 - 183 150 149 126 116 -53 7 0 7 0.98 1.16 1 0.85 -14 0.18 Artisan®V- nail,0 092" Face nail 2X4 Wood 35 189 161 148 146 124 115 -53 7 0.73 1.01 1.19 1 0.55 •t4 018 :*reale Siding 5/8 8 25 x 0 222"x l0 stud DFL 24 40 165 158 146 143 123 113 -53 7 0 76 1 04 1 22 1 085 -1 4 0 18 3 0" 45 182 156 145 141 121 112 -53 7 0 785 1005 1 245 1 0.85 -1 4 0.18 50 179 155 143 139 120 111 •537 081 109 t j}47,1,„.,I 085 -14 018 55 177 153 142 137 119 110 -53 7 0 83 ! 1 .f7.41A0 0 85 -14 0.18 60 175 152 141 136 I 118 109 -53 7 0 a 1 13 y,s .47-‘1„P4A -1 4 0.18 100 145 129 121 112 99 93 -53 7 N.5% 100 '1 43 11>80 1 0.6 •-1 6 0.18 AI I ' , • , . • . ill.. .. -0: ��� ,,41 9 �t ..... l -. SSIONN�- ' t i l J'''A eiii/11'91 RONALD I.OGAWA ASSOCIATES,INC. 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT:RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 info@)ameshardie.corn 2015 IBC,2017 FBC 201518C 2617 Flit Allowable,Ultimate Allowable,Nominal Design Wind,Speed, Design Wind,Speed, V„,4<, V.)°, 13-second gust mph) (3-second gust mph) Applicable le methods specitled In[2015 IBC,2017 A1plIcabie to methods FOCI Section 1609 1 1 es specified in Exceptions 1 determined by Figures Through 3 0112015 IBC,2017 1809 3(1),1609 3(2),nr FOCI Section 1605 1 1 1609 3(3) Coefficients used in Table 6 calculations for 9,, Wind eoosure category Wind exposure category• Siding K, Product Stud BuilOing Amlwable Product Thickness Width FastenerFastener Frame Sparing Height"- 8 C B C D Design Load (inches) (inches) Type Spacing Type (inches) (feel) (PSF) EA013 boy C Exp D K.„ 1G GCr. GC„ 0.15 172 156 142 1 134 121 110 -429 0.7 1 0.85 103 5580 1 085 -14 018 20 172 157 139 134 118 107 ' -42 9 0 7 0 9 t 08 1 0.85 .1 4 0 18 25 112 149 136 134 115 106 -42 9 0 7 0.94 1 12 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 11 98 30 172 146 134 134 113 104 -42 9 0 7 0.08 1 10 I 085 -1 4 0 18 roofing nail, 35 169 143 132 131 111 102 42 9 0/3 1.01 1 19 I' 0 65 -1 4 0 18 n^'Sart+®V Blind nail 2X4 Wood 516 8 25 0 120"x 15 40 165 141 131 128 - 110 _ 101 -42 9 0 78 1 04 122 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 i;'1C'.8 S ding 0 375"x to stud DFL 45 163 140 129 126 108 100 42 9 0 785 1.065 1 245 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 1 75' 50 160 138 128 124 107 99 42 9 0 81 1 09 127 1 0 85 .1 4 0 18 55 1549 137 127 123 106 98 42 9 0 83 1 11 1 29 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 60 156 136 128 121 105 99 -42 9 0 85 1 13 1 31 I 0 85 .14 0 18 100 129 115 - 100 8942 9 C 99 126 1.43 5,80 I 0 85 -1 8 0 18 0-15 141 128 116 109 99 90 -28 6 0 7 0 85 103 5460 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 20 141 124 113 109 96 88 i 28.6 n 7 0.9 1.08 1 0 85 .1 4 0 18 25 141 121 111 109 94 86 -288 07 094 112 1 085 .14 018 11 ga 30 141 119 • , 109 92 - -2116 117 0 06 1 16 1 0 85 -1 4 D 18 %+rhsarrU'V- roofing nail, Blind nail 2X4 Wood 35 138 117 107 91 -28 6 0.73 1 1 01 , 1 19 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 5/8 825 0120"x 24 40 135 115 - 105 89 -286 016 104 122 1 085 .14 018 .<'dove Sidulp0 375"x t0 stud DFL 45 133 114 - 103 88 - -28 8 - 0 785 1 065, 1 245 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 7 75" 50 131 113 - 101 8/ - -28 6 0 81 1.09 , 1 27 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 55 129 112 - 100 87 • 286 083 ' 1 II , 129 1 0.85 .14 0.16 60 126 111 - 99 86 - -28 6 0 85 1 13 1 31 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 + 100 - - - • - -28 8 099 1.28 1.43 I 60 1 005 .1 8 0 18 0-15 193 175 159 150 136 123 -54 0 0 7 ' 0.85 1 03 5580 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 20 193 171 156 150 132 121 -54 0 0 7 0 9 1.08 I 0.85 -1 4 0 18 25 193 167 153 150 129 118 -540 07 094 112 1 085 -14 018 No 8 9 30 193 163 150 150 127 116 -54 0 0 7 098 1 18 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 Artisan®V- _ 0 375"x Blind 1X4 wood 35 189 161 148 ' 147 125 115 -54 0 0 73 1 01 1 10 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 Groove Siding 5(d 8 25 1 25"ribbed screw to SPF 16 40 186 159 146 144 123 113 -54 0 0 76 1 04 1 22 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 wafer head furring fumng 45 183 157 145 141 121 117 -54 0 0 785 1 005 1 245 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 screw 50 180 155 144 139 120 111 -54 0 • 0 61 109 1 27 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 55 178 154 142 138 119 110 -54 0 0 83 111 - 1 29 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 60 175 152 141 136 118 109 -54.0 0 85 1 13 1 3t 1 0.85 .1 4 0 18 10) 145 129 121 113 100 94 -54 0 0.09 1 28 1 43 11>80 1 0 85 -1 8 0 18 0-15 158 143 130 122 111 101 -36 0 0 7 0 85 1.03 0560 I 1185 -1 a 0 18 20 158 139 127 122 108 98 8 -38 0 0 7 0.9 108 1 0.85 .1 4 0 18 ` 5 158 136 125 122 106 97 -38.0 07 0.94 112 I 085 -14 018 No 6x r 30 158 133 123 122 103 95 -360 07 0.98 118 1 080 .14 018 Artisan®V- 0 375"x Blind 1X4 wood t 35 155 131 ' 121 ' 120 102 . 94 , -36 0 0 73 1 01 1 19 1 0 85 14 0 18 5/8 8 25 1 25"ribbed screw to SPF 24 40 152 130 ' 120 ' 117 100 93 -38 0 0 76 1.04 1 22 I 0 85 -1 4 0.16 Groove Siding 1 r - 1 wafer head furring furring 45 149 128 118 115 99 _ 92 36.0 0 785 1.085 1 245 1 085 -1 4 0 18 screw 50 147 127 117 114 99 91 -38 0 0 91 1.09 1 27 1 0 85 •1.4 0 18 55 145 125 116 112 97 _ 90 -36 0 0 83 1 11 1 29 I 0 85 -1.4 018 60 143 174 115 111 96 Sri -36 0 0 85 1 13 1 35 1 0 85 -1 4 0 16 100 119 - • 92 - -36 0 099 1 26 1 43 5,80 1 0.85 -1 8 C 18 0-15 172 156 142 133 121 _ 1111 -42 7 0 7 0 85 1 03 5580 1 0.85. -1 4 D 18 20 172 152 138 133 117 11.i -427 07 09 108 I 985 -14 018 ETEF 25 172 148 136 133 115 10i, _ -42 7 0 7 094 112 1 0 85 -1 4 0.18 0.100' 30 172 145 134 ( 133 113 103 42 7 0 7 068 1.16 I 0 65' .1 4 0 18 knurled 2X4 20ga 35 168 143 132 ' 130 111 102 42 7 0 73 1 01 1 19 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 Artisan®V- Blind nail 5/8 8 25 shank Metal 16 40 165 141 130 128 109 ' 101 -42 7 0 78 1.04 1 22 , 1 085 -14 018 Groove Siding to stud r diameter x (33mi1) 45 162 139 129 126 108 ' 100 -42 7 '0 785 1065 1 245 I 0 85 -1 4 018 0 313"HD x 50 160 138 128 124 107 99 42 1 0 81 109 1 27 1 0 85 ,1 4 0 18 1 5°long 55 158 ' 137 127 122 106 98 -42 7 0 83 111 1A 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 60 156 135 126 121 105 97 -42.7 085 Of'IV Ird4...04,4. 0.65 .14 018 100 129 114 • 100 89 - 7 427 091// 20 3( 17p 1 -0,85 -1 6 018 - 15`9 • .�i err 21 .,. .. `� .. .* STAB QF 1., ;:.4b..*•..fL.o RO''''''...,• r( ___ ,(.4(..„:...........- c. 10 -."'`3S/ONN\-- #0 ®f"/4,91/.91//// RONALD I OGAWA ASSOCIATES,INC 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT R10-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC 1-888-542-7343 info@jameshardie corn 20131BC,2017 FOC 2015 IBC,2017 KBC Allowable,Ultimate Allowable,Nominal Design Wind,Speed, Design Wind,Speed, V,„,°, Y sa .,e (3-second gust mph) (3-second gust mph) AppllcaW,to methods spedrted in(2015 IBC,2017 Applicable to methods FBCJ Section 1609 1 1 as specified In Exceptions 1 determined by Figures through 3 of 12015 BC,2017 1809 3(11,1609 3f21,en FM)Section 16011.1 1609 3(3) Coefficients used In Table 6 cakuMlons for 9,a Wind exposure category Wind exposure category Siding K, Product Stud Building Allowable Product Thickness Width Fastener Fastener Frame S acro B C D B C D (lesion Load (inches) Type Spacing Type SP8c489 Height'' a (inches) (inches) (feet) (PSF) Exp 0 Exp C Expo K, K. GC, GC,, 1 0-15 140 127 116 109 99 90 -28 4 0 7 085 103 0380 I 0 85 -1.4 018 20 140 124 113 109 96 87 -28 4 0 7 0.9 1 08 t 0.95 -1 4 0 18 ETV 25 140 121 111 109 94 86 -28 4 07 094 1 12 1 015 -1.4 0 16 0 100- 30 140 119 - 109 92 -28 4 0 7 098 1 18 1 0 85 -14 018 knurled 2X4 20ga 35 137 117 - _ 106 90 - -28 4 0 73 1 01 1.10 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 .r''.sa', V- Blind nail 5/8 8 25 shank Metal 24 40 135 115 - 104 89 - -284 076 104 122 1 0.85 -14 018 ..,,,..)ye Shcny to stud diameter x (33mi1) 45 132 114 - 103 88 - -28.4 0785 1 065 1245 1 015 -1.4 018 0 313"HDx 50 130 112 • 101 81 • -28 4 0 81 1 09 1 27 1 0.85 -1.4 0 18 1 5'long 55 129 111 - 100 66 - -284 083 111 129 1 085 •1 4 018 60 127 1 110 - 99 85 - ' -28 4 0 83 1 13 131 1 0.15 -14 0.18 100 - - - - - - -28 4 099 128 143 9>60 1 0 85 -18 018 0-15 225 205 186 175 158 144 -73 4 0 7 185 1.03 91180 1 015 -1.4 0 18 20 225 199 182 175 154 141 -73 4 0 7 0 9 105 1 0 85 -1.4 0.18 ETBF 25 225 195 178 175 151 138 -734 07 004 112 1 085 -14 018 0'00 30 • 225 191 175 • 175 148 138 -739 , 0.7 Dee 1 18 1 I 085 -t4 a II knurled 2X4 20ga r 35 221 ( 188 • 173 171 145 _ 134 -73.4 , 0.73 1.01 - 1 19 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 1 Art""'��£V- 0/8 8 25 shank Face nail Metal 16 40 216 185 _ 171 188 ' 143 132 -73.4 0 76 ; 1 04 122 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 Grc ire Siding diameter x to stud (33mi1) 45 _ 213 183 169 165 142 131 -73.4 0.785 1.085, 1.245 1 0.88 -1 4 0 18 0250"HDz 50 210 181 167 182 • 140 130 -73.4 081 1.09 , 1,27 1 085 -14 0.18" 1 5"long 55 207 179 166 160 139 ; 129 -73 4 0 63 1 11 129 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 60 205 - 177 165 158 137 128 -73 4 0 85 1.13 - 1 31 t 0 85 -1 4 0 16 100 169 150 141 131 116 109 -734 099 128 '143 11>60 I 085 -1.8 018 ' 0-15 184 ' 167 152 143 129 118 -48 9 0 7 0 85 1 03 11060 1 0 85 -14 018 20 184 182 148 143 126 115 - -489 ' 07 09 108 I 085 -1.4 0 18' ETBF 25 184 159 145 143 123 113 -48 9 0 7 094 1.12 1 0 85 -1.4 018 0 100` 30 184 156 143 - 143 120 111 -48 9 , 0 7 0.98 1.16 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 knurled 2X4 20ga 35 180 153 141 140 119 109 -48 9 073 1.01 1 19 1 0.85 -1.4 0 18 :irLsarq,,'✓ r(8 8 25 shank F10 stund l Metal 24 40 177 151 139 137 117 108 ♦8.9 0.76 r 104 132 1 085 -1.4 018 diameters to stud (33min 45 174 149 138 135 116 107 -489 0785 1085 1245) 1 085 -14' 018 0 250'HD x 50 171 147 137 133 114 106 - -48 9 0 8) 1,08 1.27 I 0.85 •1 4 0,11 1 5"long 55 - 189 148 138 131 113 105 -48 9 083 1 11 129 1 0.88 -1.4 018 60 187 145 135 129 112 104 -48 9 0.85 1.13 1.31 1 0.85 -1 4 0.16 100 138 123 115 107 95 89 -489 099 126 143 9>80 1 0.85 -1.8 0.11 0-15 227 208 187 175 159 145 -741 07 065 - 103 Ilse° 1 085 -14 018 20 227 200 182 175 155 141 -74 1 0 7 09 1.51 t 0.85 -1 4 0 18 8d rim) 25 227 195 179 175 151 139 -74 1 0.7 0.94 1.12 1 085 -1 4 018 shank 30 227 191 176 175 - 148 136 -741 , 07 0.98 118 1 085 -14 018 Artisarl®Siding 35 - 222 189 ' 174 172 ' 148 135 •74 1 0 73 ; 1.01 , 1.19 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 with Lock Joint 518 10.25 siding nail, Face nail 2X4 Wood Its 40 217 186 172 168 144 133 -741 0 76 104 1.22 1 085 -14 016 System 0.092"x to stud DFL 45 214 1 184 170 / 166 142 ( 132 -74 1 0 785 1065' 1 245 1 0 85 -1 4 0.18 0 217'x 50 211 162 168 183 141 130 -74 1 0 81 1 09 1 27 1 10 85 -1 4 0.18 2 5" 55 208 180 167 161 139 129 -74 1 t 083 111 129 t• 0 65 -1 4 018' 60 206 178 166 159 138 128 741 0 85 1 13 1 31 1 0.85 -1 4 0 16 100 170 151 142 132 117 110 -74 1 099 1 26 1 43 5>80 1 0 85 -1 8 0 18 ' 0.15 185 168 152 143 130 118 -49 4 0 7 085 1 03 11580 t 0 85 -1 4 0 18 20 185 163 149 _ 143 126 115 - -494 07 09 108 1 085 -14 0 18 8d ring 25 185 160 146 143 124 113 .49.4 0 7 0.94 1 12 1 0 15 -14 018 30 185 156 144 143 121 111 - -494 0.7 098 116 1 085 -14 018 nsanSiding shank ti ® 35 181 154 142 140 119 110 -494 073 101 1.19 1 085 -14 019 siding nail, Face nail 2X4 Wood ,vin Lock Joint 5;8 ,0 25 24 40 178 152 140 137 118 109 -494 0.76 1.04 1 22 t 0.85 •1.4 0 18 System 0 092"x to stud DFL 45 175 150 139 135 116 107 -49 4 0 765 1 085 1 245 I 0.85 -1.4 0 18 0 222"x 50 _ 172 148 137 133 115 106 -49 4 0.81 109 t 1 0.85 -1.4 0 18 25" 55 170 147 136 132 114 106 -494 083 fiiv���21�c f�a'0 5 -14 0.18 60 188 148 135 130 113 105 -49 4 0 i � oak..-1.4 018 100 139 123 116 108 95 90 -494 0. i 43.9,9 -11 0.85--48 018 Al • ► 114 •: * `a ' - # O.•'.(-‘, 4., t. ,-,tr, '• •' \'‘• q it *. 1, �. 10 �s,r„rr RONALD I.OGAWA ASSOCIATES,INC 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 • HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT:RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 info@jameshardie corn 2015 ii3C..2017 8i. 2015 FE3C.2017 F%C Allowable,Ultimate Allowable.Nominai Design Wad,Speed, Design Wind,Speed. V„n'°, V,,,,.,", (3-second gust mph) (3-second gust mph) Applicable le(neglects specified in(2015 16C,2017 Applicable to methods FBC(Section 1809 1 1 as spooned in Exceptions 1 determined by Figures through 3 0f)2015 IBC,2017 1609 311).1609 3(2),or FOC)Section 1609 1 1. 1809 3(3) Coefficients used in Table 6 calculations for V, Wind$89bsur0 category'Wild exposure category Siding k, --_ Product Stud Building l3 Allowable Product Thickness Wdth Fastener Fastener Frame Spacing Hei ht'' 8 C D B C D Design Load (inches) Type Spacing Type 9 (inches) (inches) (feet) (PSF) Exp B Exp C Exp D IS,,, Ke BC, GC„ 0.15 242 220 200 188 170 155 -84 0 0 7 095 103 li000 1 0.85 -14 0 18 20 242 214 195 188 166 151 -84 9 0 7 0 9 1.08 1 085 -1 4 0.18 25 242 209 192 198 162 148 -84 9 0 7 0.94 1 12 1 0 85 -1 4 0.18 8d ring 30 242 205 188 188 159 146 -64 9 0 7 0.96 1 10 1 0 85 -14 018 Artisan®Siding shank box 35 237 202 186 194 156 - 144 -84 9 0 73 1 01 1 19 I 0.85 -14 0.18 With Lock Joint 5i8 10 25 nail,0 113" Face nail 2X4 Wood 16 40 233 199 184 180 154 _ 142 ' -84 9 0.76 1 04 1 22 1 0135 -1.4 0 18 System x 0 260"x to stud DEL 45 229 197 182 177 152 141 -84.9 0.7855 1.005 1 245 1 0.65' -1 4 0 16 2 375" 50 225 194 180 175 151 139 -84 9 0 81 1 09 1 27 1 '0 85 -1 4 0 18 55 223 193 179 172 149 - 139 -84 9 0 83 111 1 29 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 60 220 191 177 170 148 137 -649 0 96 1 13 1 11 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 100 182 161 152 141 125 117 -840 0.99 126 143 h>80 1 085 -1.8 016 0-15 198 180 163 153 139 126 -56 8 0 7 0.85 103 hs80 1 0.85 -14 0 18 r 20 198 175 159 153 135 123 -596 07 09 108 1 065 -1.4 018 25 198 171 157 153 132 121 -58 8 0 7 094 1.12 1 0 85_-1 4 0.16 Bd ring 30 198 187 , 154 153 , 130 119 .586 07 , 008 , 116 1 ORS -1 4 a381 Artisan/19 A Lisa Siding shank box 35 794 165 152 100 128 118 1 56 6 0 73 1 Rt 1 19 r I 0 85 1 -IA 0 16 with lock Joint 5/8 10 25 nail,0 113" Face nail 2X4 Wood 24 40 190 162 150 147 126 116 -56 6 0 76 104 1 22 1 0 9$f-1 4 0 18 System x 0 260"x t0 stud DFL 45 187 161 148 145 124 115 -56 6 0 785 1.085 1 245 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 2 375" 50 184 159 147 143 123 114 -58.0 0 61 109 1 27 I 0 85 -1.4 0 18 55 182 157 148 141 122 113 -56 6 053 1.11 129 1 0 85 1 a 0 18 60 180 156 145 139 121 112 .58 8 0 85 1.13 1 31 t 0.85 -1.4 0.18 100 149 132 124 115 102 96 -58 6 0 99 1.26 1 43 1>60 I 0.85 -1 8 0 18 0-15 202 183 166 156 142 129 -58 7 0 7 0 85 1 03 hs60 1 0.85 -1.4 0.18 20 202 178 162 156 138 126 -587 07 09 106 1 0.85+ -14 016 + ET&F 25 202 174 159 • 156 135 123 -587 07 0.94 112 1 0.85 -14 018 0.100" 30 202 170 157 156 132 121 -56 7 0 7 0.98 1 18 , 1 085 -14 018 Artisan®Siding knurled 2X4 20ga 35 197 168 155 _ 153 130 120 -58 7 0 73 1 01 1 19 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 with Lock Joint 5/8 10 25 shank Face nail Metal 16 40 193 165 153 150 128 118 -58 7 076 104 1 22 I 0.65 -1 4 0 18 System diameter x l0 stud (33mil) 45 190 163 151 147 127 117 -58 7 0785 1 085 1 245 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 0 250"HD x 50 187 162 150 145 120 116 -58 7 0 81 1 09 1 27 I 0 85 -14 0.18 1 5"long 55 185 160 149 143 124 115 -58 7 0.83 1.11 129 I 0.89 -1.4 0.18 60 183 159 147 142 123 114 -587 0.85 1.13 131 r 065 -14 918 100 151 134 126 117 104 98 -58 7 0 99 1.20 1.43 1280 1 0 85 -1 8 0 18 0-15 165 150 136 128 116 105 -39 2 0 7 0.85 1 03 11060 t 0 85 -1 4 0 18 20 165 145 133 128 113 103 -39 2 0 7 0 9 108 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 ET&F 25 165 142 130 128 110 101 -30 2 0 7 0.94 1 12 t 0.65 -1 4 0 18 0100" 30 165 139 " 128 128 108 99 -39 2 0 7 0 58 1)9 I 5 65 -1 4 016 Artisan®Siding knurled 2X4 20ga 35 161 ' 137 126 125 ( 106 98 -39 2 7 0 73 1 01 1.19 { I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 Face nail with Lock Joint 5/8 10 25 shank to stud Metal 24 40 158 135 125 122 105 97 -39 2 0 78 1.04 1 22 1 0 65 -1 4 0 18 System diameters (33mi1) 40 156 134 124 121 103 96 -39.2 0765 1.965 1245 1 085 -14 015 0250'HD x 50 153 132 122 119 102 95 r -39 2 0 81 109 1 27 1 085 -14 0.18 1 5"long 55 151 " 131 121 117 101 ' 94 -39 2 0 83 1 11 1 29 1 0 85 -1.4 0 18 60 150 130 120 116 100 93 39 2 0 85 1.13 1 31 1 0 85 -14 0 18 100 124 - - 96 - - -392 099 128 143 11080 1 0.85 -18 0.18 0-15 153 139 126 119 108 98 -33 9 0 7 0 85 1 03 11560 1 0.85 -1 4 0 18 20 153 _ 135 12)1 119 105 96 -338 07 09 1.08 S 0 85 -1.4 0.18 ET&F 25 153 132 121 119 102 94 -33 9 0 7 094 1 11 1 0 85 -14 018 0100` 30 153 129 119 119 100 92 339 0.7 058 110 1 065'-14 018 Artisan®Siding knurled 2X4 209a, 35 150 - 128 118 118 99 91 -33 9 0 73 1-01 1 19 I 0 85 -14 0 18 with Lock Joint 518 10 25 shank Blind nail Metal 16 40 147 128 116 114 97 90 -33 9 0 78 1 04 1 22 I 0.65 -1.4 0 18 System diameter s t0 stud (33mif) 45 145 124 115 112 96 89 -33 9 0 765 1 065 1 245 I 0.65 -1 4 0 18 0 313"HD 8 50 142 123 114 110 95 88 -33 9 0 81 1 09 1 27 1 0.85 -1 4 0.18 1 5'tong 55 141 122 113 109 94 07 -33 9 083 1 11 1 29 1 0 85 -1.4 0 18 60 139 121 112 108 93 87 -335 08 8. AAd6F`t'K/'sr,c. 1 0.95 -14 018 100 115 - - 89 - - -33 9 'tillret A{tp 7 ty6 e.1 0 85 -1.8 0.18 I >.*** 10E YSt" • '• �t0 24121 *'4 t. 'f>ti w s .., * 4 • SiA.E. 0f , �t).8ON�1fce 1(411 12 e i.y.X,pr.+AAJ!/t f 9l i 1 RONALD I.OGAWAASSOCIATES,INC. 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET 0443 HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714.847.4595 FAX PROJECT:RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 info@jameshardie corn 20(5 r00,20 f7 PBC 2015ICC.2017 F8C Allowable,Ultimate Allowable,Nominal Design Wind,Speed, Design Wind,Speed, V ", V sa V,,,", «a (3-second gust mph) (3-second gust mph) Applicable to methods specified in 12015 IBC.2017 Applicable to methods PBC)Section 1809.1.1 as specified in Exceptions 1 determined by Figures through 3 or(2015 BC,201 1609 3(1).1609 3(2)•or FBC)sedum 1609 1.1 1609 3(3) Coefficients used in Tabu 6 calcutalions for V„ Wm!exposure category Wind exposure category Siding K, Product Stud Building Allowable Width Fastener Fastener Frame Product Thickness (inches) Type Spacing Type 09 Height'' B C 0 8 C 3 Ces0n Load (inches) (inches) (feet) (PSF) EN:03 ETC Exp D Ke 0, GC, GC,. 0-15 125 114 - 97 88 • -22 8 0 7 0.85 1 03 11560 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 20 125 110 97 85 - . -228 07 0.9 1,08 I 0.65 -I4 018 ETBF 25 125 - - 97 - - -22.9 0.7 09 1 12 1 0 85 -1,4 0 18 0 100" 30 125 - - 97 - - -22 6 0 7 0 96 1 16 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 .:r1 san®Seeing knurled 2X4 20ga 35 123 - - 95 - - -226 0 73 101 1 19 1 085 -14 0 10 mon LOCK Joint 518 10 25 shank Blind nail Metal 24 40 120 - - 93 • - -22 8 0 78 104 1.22 1 0.85 •1.4 0 19 System diameter x to stud (33mi1) 45 118 - - 92 - -22.8 0785 1 095 1 245 1 085 -1 4 a 18 0 317 HD x 50 118 - - 90 -22 8 0 81 1 09 127 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 1 5'long 55 115 - - 89 , - - •22.6 0 83 III 129 I 0.05 -4 4 0.18 80 114 - - 68 - -22.8 0 85 1.13 1.31 I 0.85 -1.4 0 18 100 - • - • - -22.8 0.99 1.26 1 43 h>80 1 0.85 -1 8 0 1a 0-15 172 156 142 133 121 110 -42 7 0 7 0.85 1.03 1100 1 0.85 -1.4 0 18 20 172 152 138 133 117 107 -42.7 0.7 0.9 1.08 I 0 65 -1 4 0 16 25 172 148 136 133 115 105 -42 7 0 7 094 112 1 0.85 -/.4 0 18 No 8x 30 122 145 134 133 113 103 -42.707 0.98 1.18 1 085 -14 016 Artisan®Siding 0 375"x Blind 2X4 20ga 35 168 143 132 130 111 102 - -42.7 r 0 73 1 01 1 19 10.85 -1 4 0 16 with Lock Joint 5/8 10 25 1 25"ebbed screw to Metal 16 40 165 141 130 128 109 101 -427 076 1.04 1 22 1- 085 -1 4 0 10 System wafer head stud (331ni1) 45 162 139 129 126 108 100 -42.7 8.765 1.065 1245 1 0.65 •14 0 16 screw 50 160 138 128 124 107 99 42.7 0 61 1.09 1 27 1 0.95 -1.4 0 18 55 158 137 127 122 106 98 -42 7 0 83 1 11 129 I 0.85 -1 4 o le 80 156 135 126 121 105 97 12.7 0,65 113 1.31 1 0.85 -1.4 018 100 129 114 - 100 89 - -42.7 0.99 128 1.43 7>80 I 065 -1.8 0.18 0-15 140 127 116 109 99 90 -28.5 0 7 0.85 1 03 6060 I 0.85 -14 0 18 20 140 124 113 109 96 88 -28 5 0 7 0.9 1 08 I 0.85 -1.4 018 25 140 121 111 109 94 86 -28.5 0 7 0.94 1.12 1 0.85 -1.4 0.18 No 8x 30 140 119 - 109 92 - -285 0.7 0.96 118 1 0.85 -1.4 0.18 Artisan®Siding 0 3 J5"x Blind 25.4 20g8 35 138 117 - 107 91 -28.5 0 73 1 01 1.19 1 0.85 -1.4 0 18 with Lock Joint 5/8 'J 25 1 25"ebbed screw to Metal 24 40 135 115 104 89 -28 5 0 76 104 122 I 085 -1 4 0 19 System wafer head stud (ailing 45 133 114 - 103 86 - -28 5 0785 1 0651.245 1 085 -r 4 0 16 screw 50 131 113 - 101 81 - -285 001 1.09 121 I 085 •14 0.16 55 129 112 - 100 66 - -28 5 083 1 11 1 29 I 0.85 -1 4 0/8 60 127 111 - 99 86 -28.5 0.95 113 131 t 0.65 -1.4 016 100 • - - - - -26 5 0 99 126 143 5>80 1 0.85 -1.6 0 18 0-15 144 130 118 111 101 92 -29 8 0 7 0 85 1 03 hs80 1 0 85 -1.4 0 16 20 144 127 116 111 98 90 -29.6 0 7 0.0 108 1 0,65 -14 0 18 25 144 124 114 111 96 88 -29.8 0.7 094 1 12 I 0 65 -1.4 0.16 6d siding 30 744 121 112 it/ 94 66 -29 8 0.7 098 1.16 1 OBS -04 0 18 Artisan®Siding 35 141 120 _ 110 109 - 93 _ 85 -29 8 0 73 1 01 1 19 I 065 -14 0 1n nail,0.092" Blind nail 2X4 Wood with Lock Joint 5/8 10 25 16 40 138 118 - 107 91 - -29 8 _ 0.78 • 1.04 122 1 0 85 -1 4 018 System %0 222"x to stud SPF 45 136 116 - 105 90 -29 8 0.785- 1 065 1 245 l I 065 -1.4 0.16 2.0" 50 134 115 103 89 -29.8 0 81 100 127 I 0.85 -14 0.18 55 132 114 102 88 -29 0 0.63 ( 1.II 1 26 1 0.85 -14 0 18 60 130 113 - 101 88 - -29.8 0 85 1 13 1 31 1 0,65 -1.4 0 18 100 - - - - - -29.6 099 126 143 1>80 1 0.85 -1.6 018 0-15 117 - - 91 - - -198 07 085 103 5160 1 085 -/.4 016 20 117 - - 91 - - -19.8 0.7 09 1.06 I 065 -14 0.18 25 111 - • 91 . -198 0.7 094 112 1 095 -14 0.18 8d Siding 30 117 - 91 - • -19 8 0 7 0.98 1 16 I 0 85 -1 4 0.18 Ansett®Siding35 115 - • SO - -19 8 0 73 1 01 1 19 I 0.65 -1.4 0.16 nail,0 092" Blind nail 2X4 Wood mth Lock Joint 5/8 10,25 . x0.222"x to stud SPF 24 40 112 - $7 • - •198 079 1.04 122 1 0.85 -1.4 018 System 20„ 45 111 - ell - • -198 0 785 1 065 1 245 1 0.85 -1.4 ole 50 - • - - - - -198 081 109 IV_ 1 085 -1.4 0.18 60 196 063 ilYptl�Ti "�/lit 1085 -1.4 018 ( 1 j ,p 5 -1 4 0.18 _ _ 100 _ - - _ - -198 ,AN Q, •�43 Ai1 0O -1.8- 0.16 .S1401 ••••lk 8 • it � 1: i 2y .:ti • y� 15 :. 0/, 'LQR\ ' �7t FSS/0NA- rt , 13 ""-, '_ ,rf/+Irk f RONALD I.OGAWA ASSOCIATES,INC. 16835 ALGONQUIN STREET#443 ' HUNTINGTON BEACH,CA 92649 714-292-2602 714-847-4595 FAX PROJECT.RIO-2706-17 JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS,INC. 1-888-542-7343 info@jameshardie.com 20757t3C,2017t8C 2015 lac.2Oi7me: Allowable,Ultimate Allowable,Nominal Design Nhnd,Speed, Design Wnd,Speed, V,n \/_,,,s', (3-second gust mon) (3-second gust mph) Applicable to methods specified In 12019 IBC,2017 Applicable to methods FBCt Section 1609.1 1 as specified in Escepiiebe I determined by Figures through 3 of(2015 IBC,2017 1609 3(1),1809 3(2),or FBC(Section 16091 1 1609.3(3) Coefficients used in Table 6 calculations to,V„ and exposure talegolyr xlWind exjsure category Siding K. . Product Stud Building Allowable Wdth Fastener Fastener Frame Product Thickness Spacing Height' 8 C a B C D Design Load (inches) (inches) Type Spacing Type (inches) (feet) (FSF) Expa Fx¢C EzpD K-, K. GC, GC,, 1 0-15 168 153 139 1 130 118 107 40 9 0 7 0 65 1 03 5560 1 0 85 -1 a 9 18 20 168 148 135 - 130 115 _ 105 -40 s 0 7 0 9 1 06 I 0.85 -1 4 0 18 25 188 145 133 130 112 103 40.9 0 7 0 94 1 12 t 0.85 -1 4 0 18 11 g 30 168 142 131 130 110 101 ao9 0; 0.99 114 1 0615 -14 016 Artisan®Siding roofing nail, 35 165 140 129 128 109 100 -40 9 4 73 1 01 1.19 I d as -1 a 0 18 with Lock Joint 518 10 25 0 120"x Blind nail 2X4 Wood 16 40 162 138 157 125 107 - 99 40 9 0.76 1 04 122 1 0 85 -1.4 0 16 to stud SPF System 0 375"x 45 159 136 126 123 106 98 550 9 0 765 1065 1 245 1 0 85 -14 018 1 75" 50 156 135 125 121 104 97 409 081 199 127 1 0.85 -I.d 0le 55 155 134 124 120 104 96 40 9 0 83 1 11 1 29 I 085 -1 4 0 18 60 153 132 123 118 103 95 -40 9 0 85 1 13 1 31 1 0.85 -1 4 0.18 100 126 112 - 98 87 - 40 9 0.99 1 26 1 43 0>60 1 0.85 -1 8 0 18 0-15 ' 137 125 113 ' 107 ' 97 813 _21.3 0 7 089 1 03 0560 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 20 137 121 111 107 94 86 -273 07 09 i08 I 065 -14 068 25 137 119 107 92 - -27 3 0 7 0.94 1.12 1 085 -1.4 0 18 11 ga 30 _ 137 116 101 90 -27 3 0 7 0 98 1 16 i 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 A tisan®Siding roofing nail, Blind nail 2X4 Wood 35 135 114 - _ 104 89 - •17.3 ) 0 73 1.01 1 i9 1 0851 -1 4 0 18 with Lock Joint NB 10 25 0 120"x 24 40 132 113 - 102 87 - -27 3 0 76 1 04 122 I 0.85' -14 0 16 to stud SPF System 0 375"x 45 130 111 - 101 88 - -27 3 ' 0 785 1 065 1 245 1' 0.85 1 4 0 18 1.75" 50 128 110 - 99 85 - -27.3 081 1.09 127 1 0..80 -14 018 55 126 - - 98 „. -27.3 0.83 111 1 29 t 0.89 .1 4 7 0 18 60 125 - - 97 - - -27 3 3 85 1 13 1 31 I 0.85 -1 4 0 18 100 - - - - - -27 3 0 99 1 26 1 43 n>60 I 0 85 -18 0.18 • 0-15 189 ' 172 ' 158 y 147 133 121 r -51 7 5 7 0.85 ' 1 03 5080 I 0 85 -1 4 0 19 20 189 167 152 147 129 118 -51 7 0 7 0 9 108 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 25 189 163 150 147 126 116 -517 01 094 112 1 085 -14 0.18 No.8 x 30 189 160 147 147 124 114 -51 7 0 7 0.98 1 16 1 0.85 -1-4 0.18 Artisan®Siding 0 375"x Blind 1X4 wood 35 185 158 14.5 144 122 112 -51 7 0 73 1 01 1 19 1 085 -1 4 0.18 with Lock Joint 5/8 10.25 1 25"ribbed screw to SPF 16 40 182 155 143 141 120 111 -SI 7 0 76 1.04 t 2? I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 System wafer head furling furring 45 179 153 142 138 119 110 -51 7 0 785 1 065 1 245 1 0 89 -1 4 0 18 screw 50 176 152 140 136 117 _ 109 -51 7 0 81 1 09 127 1 0.85 -t4 0 18 55 174 150 139 135 116 108 -51.7 013 111 129 I 0 85 -14 0 18 60 172 149 138 133 115 107 -51.7 085 113 5.31 1085 .14 018 100 142 126 118 110 98 92 -517 099 1.26 143 5>60 7 085 -18 018 0-15 155 140 127 120 109 99 -34 5 0 7 0.65 1.03 1580 1 0.65 -1 a 0 19 20 155 136 124 120 106 96 ,34.5 0 7 - 0 9 108 I 0 85 -1 4 0 18 25 155 133 122 120 103 95 -34.5 0 7 0.94 1 12 1 0 85 -1 4 0 18 No.Bx 30 155 131 120 120 101 ' 93 -045 07 098 1581 085 -t4 018 Artisan®Siding 0 375"x, Blind 1X4 wood ` 35 - 151 - 129 119 " 117 100 92 -34 5 0 73 1 Al 1 19 I 1{ 0 85 -1 4 0 18 with Lock Joint 518 10 25 1 25"ribbed screw to SPF 24 40 , 148 ; 127 117 115 98 91 -34 5 0.76 1 04 122 I 0 85 -1 4 5.1a System water head furring furling 45 146 125 116 113 97 90 -34.5 0 785 146.5( 1 245' 1 085 -1 4 0 18 screw 50 144 124 115 111 96 89 -34 5 0 81 1.09 1 27 1 0.85 •1 4 0 18 55 142 123 114 110 95 88 -34.5 0 83 t.l l 1 28 1 0 85 -14 0 18 60 140 122 113 109 94 88 -345 085 113 131 1 095 -14 016 100 116 - 90 - -34 5 0 99 1 26 1 43 5>60 1 0 85 -1 8 0.18 1 Screws shall penetrate the metal framing at:east three full threads 2 Knurled shank pins shall penetrate the metal framing at least 1/4 inch 3.Building height=mean roof height(in feet)cif a building,except that cave height shall be used for roof angle O less than or equal to 10'(2-12 roof slope). 4 V„= ultimate design wind speed 5 V,,,,=nominal design wind speed Linear tion of buiiding )and wind eed is permitted . 67 Wind speeddddesign assumptionsepertAnalyytical Method inASCE 7-10 Chapter 30 C&C Part 1 and Part 3:K„=1,Ka=O 85,GC, -1 4(h560),GCp-1.8(h�60),GCa=O 18 434 fy 1 I f Jfh/M�.�•�' %,I1 ) �` G.. 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