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ENCINEERED 1IM8ER SOLU1IONS

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CON1EN1S
Scope of this Document ....................................................................... 3
Producers Statements .......................................................................... 4
Design in Hyne - design software ......................................................... 8
HYNE STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS .................................................. 9
List of available products incorporated in software ..............................11
List of possible applications ................................................................ 12
Structural Properties ........................................................................... 13
I-Beam Properties ............................................................................... 14
TYPICAL HYNE FLOOR CONSTRUCTION PLAN ............................... 15
FLOOR JOISTS .................................................................................. 16
Span Tables - Floor Joists 1.5kPa ........................................................ 16
Continuous Span Diagrams Plan ........................................................ 16
Span Tables - Floor Joists 2.0kPa .........................................................17
Span Tables - Floor Joists 3.0kPa ........................................................ 18
CANTILEVER DETAILS ..................................................................... 19
Span Tables Load Bearing Cantilever ............................................... 20
Roof Pitch Multiplier Ratio ................................................................. 20
HANGER FIXINGS .............................................................................21
FLOOR DETAILS ............................................................................... 24
Internal Bracing ................................................................................. 24
Web Stiffener Detail........................................................................... 24
Boundary Details................................................................................ 25
Rimboard End Joist ............................................................................ 25
FLOOR FIXING DETAILS ................................................................... 26
HOLES IN I-BEAMS ........................................................................... 29
SERVICE HOLES HYNE LGL & 17C BEAMS ......................................31
OVERCOMING SPLITTING/TAPER CUTS .......................................... 32
AVOID THESE PRACTICES ............................................................... 33
ROOF CONSTRUCTION PLAN ......................................................... 34
LINTEL SUPPORTING GIRDER TRUSS ............................................... 35
Lintel Supporting Girder Truss Examples ............................................. 35
Span Tables - Light Weight Roof - NO SNOW LOAD ........................... 36
Span Tables - Light Weight Roof - 0.5 kPa SNOW LOAD ......................37
Span Tables - Heavy Weight Roof - NO SNOW LOAD .......................... 38
Span Tables - Heavy Weight Roof - 0.5 kPa SNOW LOAD ................... 39
TYPICAL ROOF CONSTRUCTION PLAN ........................................... 40
LINTEL FIXING ...................................................................................41
Span Tables - Light Weight Roof - NO SNOW LOAD ........................... 42
Span Table - Light Weight Roof - 0.5 kPa SNOW LOAD ...................... 43
Span Table - Heavy Weight Roof - NO SNOW LOAD ........................... 44
Span Table - Heavy Weight Roof - 0.5 kPa SNOW LOAD ..................... 45
ROOF DETAILS ................................................................................. 46
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The span tables and construction details contained
in this document have been developed primarily for
domestic/residential applications in accordance with the
principles and intent of: NZS3604:1999 Timber Framed
Buildings; NZS3603:1993 Timber Structures Standard;
AS1720.1:1997 Timber Structures Design Methods.
Loading data is taken from AS/NZS1170:2002 Structural
Design Actions to satisfy the requirements of Section B1
of the New Zealand Building Regulations.
All technical information and span tables are in
accordance with the product specic design properties
presented under Engineering Data. This data may
be used for specic engineering design in applications
outside the scope of this document. Please see the
Engineered Timber Solutions, Engineered Wood Products
brochure for the Engineering Data.
The information in this design guide has been checked
and veried, however, it should only be used by designers
who are suitably qualied.
Engineered Timber Solutions accept no liability or
responsibility if the information contained in this
document is incorrectly interpreted, inappropriately
applied, or used in a manner other than explicitly set out
in this guide.
Note: Other manufacturers products may have different
properties and therefore cannot be substituted or
designed using information contained in this document.
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:: Pryda New Zealand (a division of ITW New Zealand Limited)
Auckland: 64A Diana Drive, Glenfield Tel: (09) 920 4360 Fax: (09) 920 4364
Napier: 75 Niven St, Onekawa Tel: (06) 843 3069 Fax: (06) 843 3065
Wellington: Unit 2, 1 Gough St, Lower Hutt Tel: (04) 568 4505 Fax: (04) 568 0098
Christchurch: 125 Wrights Rd, Middleton Tel: (03) 338 3844 Fax: (03) 338 8846
Free Phone: 0800 88 22 44
Free Fax: 0800 88 22 55
Email: office@pryda.co.nz
Website: www.pryda.co.nz
PRODUCER STATEMENT
FOR
PRYDA TIMBER CONNECTORS
December 2006
This Producer Statement is issued by Pryda NZ to cover the use, installation and
durability of PRYDA TIMBER CONNECTORS for both structural application and
durability as required by the New Zealand Building Code clauses B1 & B2
respectively.
DESCRIPTION
PRYDA TIMBER CONNECTORS are fabricated manufactured from galvanised steel
coils. The PRYDA TIMBER CONNECTORS are manufactured from Z275
galvanised coil or wire which can be augmented by an additional finish of 100!
epoxy coating for greater durability. Some brackets are also available in stainless
steel for use in certain exposed and covered situations. The thickness of the zinc
greater than the 250gm/m2 required of Table 4.2 in NZS3604:1999. The durability
status of thin plate connectors can be brought up to that of hot dipped galvanized
products by the addition of the 100! epoxy coating according to clause 4.4.3 of
NZS3604:1999.
APPLICATION
PRYDA TIMBER CONNECTORS are designed to connect timber to masonry,
concrete and steel. The connectors are designed for specific connections of timber
to timber mostly and also to other media. Please contact PRYDA technical service
should you require assistance relating to these connectors.
CHARACTERISTIC STRENGTH
As timber grades vary the characteristic strength is derived by the verification
method in accordance with the NBC standards NZS3603:1993 mostly dependant on
the shear values of the nails. Most commonly used brackets have published
characteristic strengths published in our literature.
DURABILITY
The durability of the PRYDA TIMBER CONNECTORS is in accordance with the
acceptable solutions contained in Table 4.1 of NZS3604:1999 in order to achieve a
50 year life expectancy for the connectors.
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Attn: Claudia Eiden
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd
PO Box 106
MARYBOROUGH 4650


Ref: Release of software version DIHv4.2NZ (Design-In-Hyne version 4.2 for New Zealand).


Dear Claudia,


Our company has now released the updated version of this software, noted as version 4.2NZ. This
program has been specifically written for the New Zealand market, and has included data from
codes NZS3603 and NZS3604, for all generic New Zealand products, and the principles of these
codes, in conjunction with AS/NZS1170 Loading Codes, AS1720 Timber Design Code, and loading
procedures that are considered relevant from AS1684 Timber Framing Code.


The final program structural analysis and design procedures were audited by Mark L Batchelor
Consulting Engineers to assess the accuracy and relevance for the program for use in New
Zealand building construction.


This program in earlier versions, has been extensively used and tested over many years in
Australia, and has been proven to be extremely accurate and easy to use. The program designers
have over 20 years experience in timber structural design.


Therefore I am satisfied that we can pass on the rights to use this program for your company, your
associated supplier in New Zealand, and the individual users in New Zealand that will be supplied
and instructed in the use of the program. Should you require any further information, or
confirmation of any of the above matters, please do not hesitate to contact me at any time.


Yours faithfully,
HUNT ROBINSON Pty Ltd




Stephen John Hunt BEng (Civil), CPEng(AUS)
(MIEAust #368737), (RPEQ #3731), NPER


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Architects, Designers and Engineers prefer to use our unique
software to assist with the design of oors and mid oors.
Design in Hyne Version 4.2NZ software has been adapted
for the New Zealand market to design and specify with ease
and accuracy.
This guide has been created to supplement the DiH4.2NZ
software package and we recommend using both the
software and this guide as your design package.
DESIGN
IN HYNE
VERSION 4.2NZ
DESIGN SOFTWARE
DiH4.2NZ
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Hyne I-8eam
Description: Hyne I-Beam is a unique combination of timber resources, components
and advanced technology forming a structurally efcient I section.
Manufactured at the Hyne plant in Brisbane, Hyne-I-Beams are
produced using high performance nger jointed pine anges and
9.5mm structural OSB webs. All components are assembled using only
durable, exterior grade adhesives. Hyne I-Beam is available untreated or
treated to H3.1 from stock.
Advantages: Dimensional stability, lightweight, long spanability, elimination of mid-
span blocking in oor joists.
Applications: Floor joists, rafters.
Section sizes: 200x90 up to 360x90
Available lengths: 1.2 up to 11.7 m in 0.3 increments.
Availability: Generally available. Check with ETS.
Specication example: HI 24590 Hyne-I-Beam
Hynebeam C
Description: HYNEBEAM 17C products are high grade glued-laminated timber
beams formed from Australian pine, into larger rectangular sections.
The HYNEBEAM 17C product range is manufactured in accordance with
AS1328 by Hyne in Maryborough. The HYNEBEAM 17C is made from
slash pine feedstock. All components are assembled using only durable,
exterior grade adhesives (service class 3). The beams are specied as
cambered (C) to 600 m radius. Available in structural grades (STR).
HYNEBEAM 17C is available treated to H3.1
Advantages: Dimensional stability, long spanability, aesthetically appealing, variety
of shapes and curved beam options, simple high-tech connections,
termite resistance and durability (when treated), easier to handle
and install than steel members, third party certied through the Glue
Laminated Timber Association of Australia (GLTAA) and ISO 9002.
Applications: Roof beams, bearers, columns, oor joists, rafters, lintels, portal frames.
Section sizes: 295x85 up to 525x85, 295x135 up to 360x135
Available lengths: 0.9 to 11.4m in 0.6 increments.
Availability: Check with ETS.
Specication example: 295x85 HYNEBEAM 17C
Hynebeam 8C - For premlum appearance and strength
Description: HYNEBEAM 18C products are high grade glued-laminated timber
beams formed from Tasmanian Oak, into larger rectangular sections.
The HYNEBEAM 18 product range is manufactured by Hyne in
Maryborough. The HYNEBEAM 18C is made from Tasmanian Oak
feedstock. All components are assembled using only durable, exterior
grade adhesives (service class 3). The beams are specied as cambered
(C) to 600 m radius. Available in appearance / select grade (SEL).
HYNEBEAM 18C can only be used in internal situations.
Advantages: Dimensional stability, long spanability, aesthetically appealing, variety
of shapes and curved beam options, simple high-tech connections,
termite resistance and durability (when treated), easier to handle
and install than steel members, third party certied through the Glue
Laminated Timber Association of Australia (GLTAA) and ISO 9002.
Applications: Roof beams, bearers, oor joists, rafters, lintels, portal frames.
Section sizes: 240x85 up to 450x85, 245x65 up to 450x65
Available lengths: 0.9 to 11.4m in 0.6 increments.
Availability: Check with ETS. (Usually special order)
Specication example: 270x85 HYNEBEAM 18C(SEL)
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Hynebeam zC - For premlum appearance and strength
Description: HYNEBEAM 21C products are high grade glued-laminated timber
beams formed from Australian Hardwoods, into larger rectangular
sections. The HYNEBEAM 21 product range is manufactured by Hyne in
Maryborough. The HYNEBEAM 21 is made from Queensland Hardwood
feedstock. All components are assembled using only durable, exterior
grade adhesives (service class 3). The beams are specied as cambered
(C) to 600m radius. Available in appearance / select grade (SEL).
HYNEBEAM 21C can only be used in sheltered situations.
Advantages: Dimensional stability, long spanability, aesthetically appealing, variety
of shapes and curved beam options, simple high-tech connections,
termite resistance and durability (when treated), easier to handle
and install than steel members, third party certied through the Glue
Laminated Timber Association of Australia (GLTAA) and ISO 9002.
Applications: Roof beams, bearers, oor joists, rafters, lintels, portal frames.
Section sizes: 240x85 up to 450x85, 245x65 up to 450x65
Available lengths: 0.9 to 11.4m in 0.6 increments.
Availability: Usually Special Order
Specication example: 270x85 HYNEBEAM 21C(SEL)
Hyne LCL (Edgebeamj
Description: Hyne LGL (Edgebeam) is a high grade edge glued-laminated timber
beam product assembled from nger jointed pine scantling, into
deeper rectangular sections. The HYNE LGL product range is
manufactured in accordance with AS1328 by Hyne in Maryborough. All
components are assembled using only durable, exterior grade adhesives
(service class 3). Available in a range of depths to ensure compatibility
with Hyne-I-Beam. Hyne LGL is available treated or H3.1
Advantages: Dimensional stability, lightweight, long spanability, treatable to H3.1,
may be nail-laminated to provide wider sections.
Applications: Floor joists, bearers, rafters, purlins, lintels.
Section sizes: 200x44 up to 360x44, 150x65 up to 360x65 (special order only)
Available lengths: 1.2 up to 11.4m in 0.6 m increments.
Availability: Readily available. Check with ETS for the 65mm availability.
Specication example: 300x44 Hyne LGL (E/B)
Rlmboard (R8z, R8qyj
The Rimboard is used as a perimeter board.
Treated to the level of H3.1 to provide a protective envelope to the oor joists.
Rimboard (RB21) ties the end of the I-Beams joists together, providing lateral stability to the
oor platform. Rimboard is also used as a stiffener for I-Beams in cantilevered situations.
Rimboard (RB45) is used in situations where structural xing is required.
Pryda Hardware
Pryda is a world leader and specialist in the development and manufacture of timber
connections systems.
These quality xings are used throughout our ooring design. The use of Pryda specialised
hardware enables quick and simplistic installation.
For Engineering specications please see the Engineering Timber Solutions Guide to Engineered
Wood Products.
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PRODUCT NAME PRODUCT TYPE MANUFACTURER GRADES SIZE LIST (MM)
HYNE I-BEAM
Timber composite
I-beam
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd HI
HI20090, HI24590, HI30090,
HI36090
HYNE I-BEAM S88
Timber composite
I-beam
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd S88x245, S88x300, S88x360
HYNEBEAM 17C
85mm
Glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd GL17C
230x85, 260x85, 295x85, 330x85,
360x85, 425x85, 460x85, 525x85
HYNEBEAM 17C
135mm
Glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd GL17C
230x135, 260x135, 295x135,
330x135, 360x135, 425x135,
495x135, 525x135
HYNEBEAM 18C
65mm
Glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd GL18C
245x65, 270x65, 300x65, 330x65,
360x65
HYNEBEAM 18C
85mm
Glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd GL18C
270x85, 300x85, 330x85, 360x85
420x85, 450x85
HYNEBEAM 21C
65mm
Glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd GL21C
120x65, 155x65, 185x65, 215x65,
245x65, 270x65, 300x65, 330x65,
360x65, 390x65, 390x65, 420x65
HYNEBEAM 21C
85mm
Glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd GL21C
120x85, 155x85, 185x85, 215x85,
245x85, 270x85, 300x85, 330x85,
360x85,390x85, 420x85, 450x85,
480x85, 510x85, 540x85, 570x85,
600x85
HYNEBEAM 21C
135mm
Glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd GL21C
120x135, 155x135, 185x135,
215x135, 245x135, 270x85, 300x85,
330x85, 360x135,390x135, 420x135,
450x135, 480x135, 510x135,
540x135, 570x135, 600x135,
HYNE LGL 44
(Edgebeam)
Edge glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd LGL 200x44, 245x44, 300x44, 360x44
HYNE LGL 65
(Edgebeam)
Edge glued-laminated
timber
Hyne & Son Pty Ltd LGL
150x65, 200x65, 245x65, 300x65,
360x65
Llst oF aval|ab|e products lncorporated ln soFtware
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MEMBER APPLICATION HYNE I-BEAM
HYNEBEAM
18C AND 21C
HYNEBEAM
17C
HYNE LGL 44
(EDGEBEAM)
HYNE LGL 65
FLOOR MEMBERS
Bearers ! " " " "
Bearer with roof load " " " " "
Floor joists " " " " "
Deck joists ! " " " "
Trimmer joists " " " " "
Floor trimmer " " " " "
Load bearing joist " " " " "
WALL MEMBERS
Verandah Post ! ! " " "
Wall studs ! ! ! " "
Wall plates ! ! ! " "
Lintels ! " " " "
Wind beam ! " " " "
Window sill ! " " " "
Wall girt " " " " "
Wall Mullion " " " " "
ROOF MEMBERS
Ceiling joists " ! " " "
Ceiling battens ! ! ! ! !
Hanging beams " " " " "
Counter beams " ! " " "
Verandah beams " ! " " "
Rafters " " " " "
Hip rafters " " " " "
Roof/intermediate beams " " " " "
Ridge beams " " " " "
Pitching beams " " " " "
Underpurlins " " " " "
Strutting beams " " " " "
Counter strutting beams " " " " "
Strutting/hanging beams " " " " "
Roof battens ! ! ! " "
Roof purlins " " " " "
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HYNE PRODUCT
HYNE LGL 44
(EDGEBEAM)
HYNE
LGL 65
HYNEBEAM
17C
HYNEBEAM
18C
HYNEBEAM
21C
Type Glulam Glulam
High
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High
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High
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Glulam
Grade LGL LGL GL17 GL18 GL21
Bending fb MPa 30 33 42 50 50
Tension ft MPa 16 16 21 25 25
Shear fs MPa 3.7 3.7 3.7 5.0 5.0
Comp. fc MPa 30 33 35 50 50
Modulus Of
Elasticity
E MPa 13300 13300 16700 18500 21000
Modulus Of
Ridgity
G MPa 890 900 1110 1230 1400
Density
kg/
m3
540 650 640 750 810
Joint Group JD4 JD4 JD4 JD3 JD2
Strength Group SD6 SD6 SD5 SD5 SD2
Bearing Perp fp MPa 12 12 15 23 27
Bearing Parallel fl MPa 35 35 45 70 80
Shear At Joints fsj MPa 5 5 6.1 8.7 10.0
Tension Perp ftp MPa 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.9
Durabilty Class 4 4 4 4 2
Manufacture
Site
Beam Plant Beam Plant Beam Plant Beam Plant Beam Plant
Structura| Propertles
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Reinforcement of Hyne I-Beams
to load bearing cantilever
refer page 19, detail 2.1 - 2.5
Boundary Details
refer page 25, detail 5.3 - 5.8
Recommend RB45 to deal
with concentrated loads.
Boundary Details
refer page 25, detail 5.3 - 5.8
use RB21 or RB45
BRACING AND BLOCKING
Single blocking at 1.8m centres
maximum or double blocking at
3.6m centres maximum over all
bearing lines
Fixing connection details
refer page 21, detail 4.0 - 4.13
Web Holes for services
refer page 29, detail 6.0
Floor Trimmers and Floor Trimming Joist
Nominal fixings. For joists and trimmers up
to 1.8m two multigrips may be used
All Hyne I-Beams are to be
braced before flooring is laid
(temporary bracing)
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1.1 1PICAL HNF FLOOR CONS1RUC1ION PLAN
This is a typical Hyne Floor construction plan.
Please see page numbers on the plan to locate details.
PLEASE NOTE:
No midspah blockihg required.
Floor heeds Io be braced durihg cohsIrucIioh..
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Span 2 (major) Span 1 (minor)
For a Hyne Engineered Timber Product member to be
considered continuous it shall span at least 2 adjacent spans
such that span 1 is greater than or equal to 0.75 x Span 2.
The major span is taken from the continuous span table
e.g. If span 2= 6.0 then span 1 is greater or equal to 4.5m.
Otherwise each span is to be considered single.
F|oor jolst Span 1ab|es
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CON1INUOUS SPAN DIAGRAMS PLAN
SPAN 1ABLF - FLOOR }OIS1S .IPA USING HNF I BFAMS
PLEASE NOTE:
Ih 1able 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5. 40% o! Ihe live load has beeh cohsidered
to be permanent load for assessing the long-term deection limits
for oors in general ofce, residential and institutional space. For
other applications such as storage areas, where higher permanent
loads may be expected, specic engineering design should be
applied refer to Design in Hyne 4.2NZ
Where heavy permahehI dead loads, such as waIer beds, or Iiled
oors are to be applied to the oor joist system, allowance should
be made. Suitable allowances can be made by designing the oor
joists at 450mm or 600mm centres but installing them at 300 or
450mm respectively.
FLOOR MASS 40KG/M2 LIVE LOAD = 1.5 KPA ( DOMESTIC)
FLOOR JOISTS 1.5KPA IB
SUPPORTING FLOOR & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM FLOOR JOIST SPACING (MM)
FLOOR JOIST SIZE
Single Span Continuous Span
300 400 450 480 600 300 400 450 480 600
IB 200 x 90 4800 4300 4100 4000 3700 5400 4700 4400 4300 3800
IB 245 x 90 5600 5100 4900 4800 4400 6200 5400 5100 4900 4400
S88 x 245 6100 5600 5300 5200 4800 7300 7000 6800 6600 5300
IB 300 x 90 6500 6100 5900 5700 5300 7500 6500 6200 6000 5300
S88 x 300 6800 6400 6200 6100 5700 8400 7800 7600 7500 6700
IB 360 x 90 7200 6700 6500 6400 6000 8400 7300 6900 6700 6000
S88 x 360 7500 7100 6900 6800 6400 9300 8700 8400 8300 7800
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm.
SPAN 1ABLF - FLOOR }OIS1S .IPA USING HNF LGL
FLOOR MASS 40KG/M2 LIVE LOAD = 1.5 KPA ( DOMESTIC)
FLOOR JOISTS 1.5KPA LGL
SUPPORTING FLOOR & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM FLOOR JOIST SPACING (MM)
FLOOR JOIST SIZE
Single Span Continuous Span
300 400 450 480 600 300 400 450 480 600
LGL 200 x 44 4600 4200 4100 4000 3700 5500 5500 5300 5200 4800
LGL 245 x 44 5600 5100 5000 4900 4500 6800 6700 6500 6400 6100
LGL 300 x 44 6600 6200 6000 5900 5500 8300 7800 7600 7500 7100
LGL 360 x 44 7500 7000 6900 6800 6400 9400 8900 8600 8500 8100
LGL 130 x 65 3600 3200 3000 3000 2900 4100 4000 3600 3600 3400
LGL 150 x 65 4200 3800 3600 3500 3400 4700 4700 4300 4200 4000
LGL 200 x 65 5500 5100 4900 4800 4500 6300 6300 6300 6200 5600
LGL 245 x 65 6500 6100 5900 5800 5500 7700 7700 7500 7400 7000
LGL 300 x 65 7400 7000 6900 6800 6500 9400 8900 8600 8500 8100
LGL 360 x 65 8400 8000 7800 7700 7400 10600 10100 9800 9700 9300
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
FNGINFFRFD 1IMBFR SOLU1IONS DFSIGN GUIDF
F|oor jolst Span 1ab|es
FLOOR MASS 40KG/M2 LIVE LOAD = 2.0 KPA ( DOMESTIC)
FLOOR JOISTS 2.0KPA IB
SUPPORTING FLOOR & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM FLOOR JOIST SPACING (MM)
FLOOR JOIST SIZE
Single Span Continuous Span
300 400 450 480 600 300 400 450 480 600
IB 200 x 90 4500 4100 3900 3800 3400 4800 4200 3900 3800 3300
IB 245 x 90 5300 4800 4500 4400 3900 5600 4800 4500 4400 3900
S88 x 245 5800 5200 5000 4900 4500 7200 6300 5600 5300 4200
IB 300 x 90 6200 5800 5500 5300 4800 6700 5800 5500 5300 4800
S88 x 300 6600 6100 5900 5800 5300 8100 7500 7100 6700 5400
IB 360 x 90 6900 6500 6200 6000 5300 7500 6500 6200 6000 5300
S88 x 360 7300 6800 6600 6500 6100 8900 8300 8100 7800 6600
PLEASE NOTE:
TThese span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
FLOOR MASS 40KG/M2 LIVE LOAD = 2.0 KPA ( DOMESTIC)
FLOOR JOISTS 2.0KPA LGL
SUPPORTING FLOOR & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM FLOOR JOIST SPACING (MM)
FLOOR JOIST SIZE
Single Span Continuous Span
300 400 450 480 600 300 400 450 480 600
LGL 200 x 44 4400 4000 3900 3800 3500 5500 5400 5300 5100 4800
LGL 245 x 44 5300 4900 4700 4600 4300 6800 6500 6300 6200 5900
LGL 300 x 44 6300 5900 5700 5600 5300 8000 7500 7300 7200 6800
LGL 360 x 44 7200 6800 6600 6500 6200 9100 8500 8300 8200 7200
LGL 130 x 65 3400 3200 3000 3000 2800 4100 4000 3600 3600 3400
LGL 150 x 65 4000 3600 3500 3400 3200 4700 4700 4300 4200 4000
LGL 200 x 65 5200 4800 4600 4500 4300 6300 6200 6000 5900 5500
LGL 245 x 65 6200 5800 5600 5500 5200 7700 7200 7000 6900 6500
LGL 300 x 65 7200 6800 6600 6500 6200 9000 8400 8200 8000 7600
LGL 360 x 65 8200 7700 7500 7400 7100 10300 9700 9400 9200 8700
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - FLOOR }OIS1S z.oIPA USING HNF I BFAMS
SPAN 1ABLF - FLOOR }OIS1S z.oIPA USING HNF LGL
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F|oor jolst Span 1ab|es
FLOOR MASS 40KG/M2 LIVE LOAD = 3.0 KPA
FLOOR JOISTS 3.0KPA IB
SUPPORTING FLOOR & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM FLOOR JOIST SPACING (MM)
FLOOR JOIST SIZE
Single Span Continuous Span
300 400 450 480 600 300 400 450 480 600
IB 200 x 90 4000 3500 3300 3200 2800 4000 3300 3000 2800 2300
IB 245 x 90 4700 4000 3800 3700 3300 4700 4000 3800 3700 3000
S88 x 245 5300 4800 4600 4500 3800 5900 4500 4000 3700 3000
IB 300 x 90 5700 4900 4600 4500 4000 5700 4900 4600 4500 3900
S88 x 300 6100 5600 5400 5300 4800 7500 5700 5000 4700 3800
IB 360 x 90 6300 5500 5200 5000 4500 6300 5500 5200 5000 4500
S88 x 360 6800 6300 6100 6000 5100 8300 7000 6200 5800 4700
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
FLOOR MASS 40KG/M2 LIVE LOAD = 3.0 KPA ( DOMESTIC)
FLOOR JOISTS 3.0KPA LGL
SUPPORTING FLOOR & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM FLOOR JOIST SPACING (MM)
FLOOR JOIST SIZE
Single Span Continuous Span
300 400 450 480 600 300 400 450 480 600
LGL 200 x 44 4000 3700 3500 3500 3200 5300 4800 4600 4500 4100
LGL 245 x 44 4900 4500 4300 4200 4000 6300 5900 5600 5500 5000
LGL 300 x 44 6000 5500 5300 5200 4800 7400 6900 6700 6400 5200
LGL 360 x 44 6800 6400 6200 6100 5800 8500 7600 6800 6400 5100
LGL 130 x 65 3200 2900 2800 2700 2500 3900 3500 3400 3300 3100
LGL 150 x 65 3600 3300 3200 3100 2900 4500 4100 3900 3900 3600
LGL 200 x 65 4800 4400 4300 4200 3900 6000 5500 5300 5200 4800
LGL 245 x 65 5800 5400 5200 5100 4800 7000 6500 6300 6200 5800
LGL 300 x 65 6800 6400 6200 6100 5800 8200 7600 7400 7300 6900
LGL 360 x 65 7700 7300 7100 7000 6700 9400 8700 8500 8300 7500
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - FLOOR }OIS1S .oIPA USING HNF I BFAMS
SPAN 1ABLF - FLOOR }OIS1S .oIPA USING HNF LGL
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No reinforcement required.
Blocking only required
Cantilever
If bottom plate is outside the requirements of NZS 3604 Table 8.17 and requires
support use 70x35 MSG8 bridge member on top of the bottom flange, fixed using
2/75x3.15 nails through web. Nail and glue Rimboard to this bridge member.
Blocking required on
unreinforced sides
Use treated RB21,
RB45 or equivalent
structural boundary
at end of cantilever
Cantilever
If bottom plate is outside the requirements of NZS 3604 Table 8.17 and requires
support use 70x35 MSG8 bridge member on top of the bottom flange, fixed using
2/75x3.15 nails through web. Nail and glue Rimboard to this bridge member
Use treated RB21, RB45
or equivalent structural
boundary at end of
cantilever
Rimboard (RB21) attached with 2 rows of 30x3.15mm FH nails
at 75mm centres to one side of joist
Blocking required on
unreinforced sides
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3.15 x 75mm nails,
one each side
Use RB21 or RB45
Beyond 600mm, Edgebeam
trimmer joist to be checked
for structural adequacy
Use Edgebeam LGL trimmer joist to
support joist outriggers. Depth to
match Hyne I-Beam joist depth
Refer to span tables
for cantilever reinforcing
requirements and
fixings
Use Pryda approved
joist hangers only
Load bearing wall frame
Bottom plate of wall
frame to be sized as
NOT supported or refer
to detail 2.3
600 minimum
Hyne I-Beam blocking between joists
Rimboard (RB21) attached with 2 rows of 30x3.15mm FH nails
at 75mm centres to one side of joist
If bottom plate is outside the requirements of NZS 3604 Table 8.17
and requires support use 70x35 MSG8 bridge member on top of
the bottom flange, fixed using 2/75x3.15 nails through web.
Nail and glue Rimboard to this bridge member.
Cantilever
Use treated RB21mm,
RB45mm or equivalent
structural boundary at
end of cantilever
Floor joist reinforcement of cantilever,
Refer table 3.0 and 3.1, page 20
Minimum backspan of reinforcement equals cantilever length
Backspan Cantilever
OH
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Roof load width
(RLW)
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Span of Hyne I-Beam
joist must be minimum
3 x cantilever distance
Durable joist outriggers and edge
trimmers to suit balcony requirements
Hyne I-Beam Joist
50mm
minimum
300 maximum
equal spaces
Outrigger backspan minimum
1.5 x cantilever distance
Packing blocks between web of Hyne I-Beam and
outrigger joist. Fix to Hyne I-Beam as per web
stiffeners. Fix outrigger joist to web stiffeners with
3/3.15 diameter x 90mm nails. Along bottom flange
fix with 3.15mm diameter x 90mm nails at 300mm
centres. Construction glue needs to be applied on site.
Solid durable blocking
between joists over
lower frame
2.0 CAN1ILFvFR OU1RIGGFR
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2.4 BRICI FDGF CAN1ILFvFR
2.1 CAN1ILFvFR MF1HOD
2.3 CAN1ILFvFR MF1HOD {M)
2.5 LOAD BFARING CAN1ILFvFR FXAMPLF
PLEASE NOTE:
M1 - no reinforcement required.
M2 - load-bearing cantilever reinforced one side.
M3 - load-bearing cantilever reinforced both sides.
Cantilever distance allowable for Hyne I-Beam sizes to be veried by
reference to the Hyne I-Beam span tables or Design-in-Hyne software.
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Floor Mass 40 kg/m2
No snow load
Roof Pitch = 25
LIVE LOAD = 1.5 KPA (DOMESTIC)
Cantilever [Load Bearing]
LOAD BEARING FOR HYNE I-BEAMS
Maximum
Cantilever
Hyne
I-Beam
Solution
Light Weight Roofing - ( up to 20kg/m2) Heavy Weight Roofing - ( up to 60kg/m2)
Roof Load Width, RLW (m) Roof Load Width, RLW (m)
4.0 6.0 8.0 2.0 4.0 6.0
Floor Joist Spacings (mm) 300 450 600 300 450 600 300 450 600 300 450 600 300 450 600 300 450 600
450mm
IB 200x70 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 M3 M1 M2 - M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 - M1 - -
IB 245x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M3 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 -
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
IB 360x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
750mm
IB 200x70 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 - M1 M3 - M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 - M1 - -
IB 245x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M3 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 -
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
IB 360x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
900mm
IB 200x70 M1 M1 M3 M1 M2 - M1 M3 - M1 M1 M3 M1 M3 - M2 - -
IB 245x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M3 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M3 M1 M2 -
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
IB 360x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
1200mm
IB 200x70 M1 M3 - M2 - - M3 - - M1 M3 - M2 - - - - -
IB 245x70 M1 M1 M3 M1 M2 - M1 M3 - M1 M1 M3 M1 M3 - M2 - -
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 M3
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 M3
Floor Mass 40 kg/m2
with 0.5 kPa Snow
Load Roof Pitch = 25
LIVE LOAD = 1.5 KPA (DOMESTIC)
Cantilever [Load Bearing]
LOAD BEARING FOR HYNE I-BEAMS
Maximum
Cantilever
Hyne
I-Beam
Solution
Light Weight Roofing - ( up to 20kg/m2) Heavy Weight Roofing - ( up to 60kg/m2)
Roof Load Width, RLW (m) Roof Load Width, RLW (m)
4.0 6.0 8.0 2.0 4.0 6.0
Floor Joist Spacings (mm) 300 450 600 300 450 600 300 450 600 300 450 600 300 450 600 300 450 600
450mm
IB 200x70 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 M3 M1 M2 - M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 - M1 - -
IB 245x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M3 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 -
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
IB 360x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
750mm
IB 200x70 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 - M1 M3 - M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 - M1 - -
IB 245x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M3 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 -
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
IB 360x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
900mm
IB 200x70 M1 M1 M3 M1 M2 - M1 M3 - M1 M1 M3 M1 M3 - M2 - -
IB 245x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 M3 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M3 M1 M2 -
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
IB 360x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2
1200mm
IB 200x70 M1 M3 - M2 - - M3 - - M1 M3 - M2 - - - - -
IB 245x70 M1 M1 M3 M1 M2 - M1 M3 - M1 M1 M3 M1 M3 - M2 - -
IB 300x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M3 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 M3
IB 360x70 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M1 M3 M1 M1 M1 M1 M1 M2 M1 M2 M3
Pitch (degrees) 25 27.5 30 35 40 45
Pitch Multiplier Ratio (PMR) 1.0 1.03 1.05 1.12 1.21 1.31
SPAN 1ABLF LOAD BFARING CAN1ILFvFR
SPAN 1ABLF LOAD BFARING CAN1ILFvFR o. IPA SNOv LOAD
ROOF PI1CH MUL1IPLIFR RA1IO
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Web stiffener
Pryda Face Mount
LF190/90, LF235/90, LF 290/90
(Web stiffeners not required)
Pryda Top Mount Hanger
LT200/90, LT 245/90, LF300/90
(Web stiffeners not required)
Pryda Double Face Mount LF190/180
(Web stiffeners required where top
flange unrestrained)
Hanger Flxlngs
45mm Timber plate
3mm - 6mm gap
Steel beam
40 x 3.75 Nails
Minimum 3mm, to maximum 6mm overhang of top
plate from steel beam to prevent squeaks
45 mm top plate
Pryda Top Mount Hanger LT200/90,
LT 245/90, LF300/90
(Web stiffeners not required)
30 x 6mm Gauge Screw
Packer wide enough
to clear flange
Steel Beam
No notching required
Pryda Face Mount
LF190/90, LF235/90,
LF 290/90
(Web stiffeners
not required)
Double joist connection to be in accordance with
detail 5.9, page 26. Web stiffeners to
coincide with any significant
load positions
Web stiffeners
Approved joist hanger
Web stiffeners to be installed in
accordance with detail 5.2 page 24.
Double Hyne I-Beam
trimmer joist
Hyne I-Beam trimmer
Hyne I-Beam
Hanger Reference:
Top Mount LT200/90,
LT 245/90, LF 300/90
Pryda I-Beam hangers have been engineered to provide support
for Hyne I-Beams, Hyne LGL and 17C beams in domestic and
commercial applications. The hangers are fully compatible with
Hyne I-Beams, Hyne LGL and 17C beams and are suitable for
any support conguration. The product has been developed in
accordance with the relevant New Zealand Building Standards
and the design capacities are veried by a rigorous testing
program. We recommend that installation of Hyne I-Beams, Hyne
LGL and 17C beams with the Pryda I-Beam hangers is conducted
in accordance with the construction guide.

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PLEASE NOTE:
You musI check Ihe capaciIy o! all hahgers ahd cohhecIiohs !or your
particular application.
Mihimum 3mm/maximum 6mm clearahce beIweeh beams. CohIacI
between beams may cause squeaks.
Lhsure !asIehers are selecIed Io meeI Ihe durabiliIy requiremehIs
of NZS 3604:1999.
Use Ihe correcI hails, screws ahd hail plaIes, !ollowihg ihsIallaIioh
instructions.
Re!er Io Ihe Lhgiheered 1imber SoluIiohs CohsIrucIioh Cuide !or
xing selection and hanger size..
4.0 }OIS1 HANGFR CONNFC1ION 1PFS
4.4 }OIS1 CONNFC1ION 1O S1FFL BFAM
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FACF MOUN1 HANGFR OP1ION

45mm Packer
Steel Beam
Pryda Face Mount Hanger
LF190/90 , LF235/90 , LF 290/90
(Web stiffeners not required)
Notch in top flange
do not over cut notch
15mm
Max
25mm Max
5mm Maximum
clearance
1 / 30 x 10 gauge bugle head screw
through beam to bottom flange of joist
Steel beam
Minimum bearing length 30mm
UB, UC or
channel section
Web stiffener installed in contact with
bottom flange. Fix with 3/65x3.15 nails
each side equally spaced
3mm gap
1/2 depth of
joist maximum
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Hanger Flxlngs
IMPORTANT
Minimum gap 3mm
between beam and I-Beam
I-Beam depth
60% minimum
The hanger must support a minimum
of 60% of joist depth
Web stiffener required when top
flanges are unrestrained
Resist lateral movement
10mm Minimum
Top flange of
I-Beam restrained
I- Beam hanger
30x6 gauge bugle-head or wafer-head
wood screws or similar
I-Beam bottom flange
I-Beam web
Strap nail plate each side
One skewed nail
75x3.15mm through
each side of the
flange into the
supporting member
Minimum 45mm
end distance
2 Skewed nails
75x3.15mm
through the flange
Required bearing length
2 Skewed nails
75x3.15mm
through the flange
Nail to top plate with minimum 2/3.75x75mm nails
Nail on each side through the flange
Wall top plate
Hyne I-Beam
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4.6 FND BFARING 4.6 DF1AIL OvFR 1HF 1OP PLA1F
75x50x5 MS angle fixed to bearer using 4/type
17 screws. Use 1/30mm x 10 screw through angle
to bottom flange of Hyne I-Beam joist.
Hanger Reference: LVSIA
LVSIA Type 17 screws 30mm x 10 gauge bugle-head screw
4.8 SIFv ANGLF HANGFR
4.7 FIXING RFQUIRFMFN1S FOR FACFMOUN1]1OP MOUN1 HANGFRS
PLEASE NOTE:
Minimum 3mm/maximum 6mm clearance between beams.
Contact between beams may cause squeaks.
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Hanger Flxlngs
Hanger Reference:
JH 87/117
JH 87/180
JH 87/265
40x3.15mm nails
Hanger Reference:
FB 47/176
30x3.15mm nails

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Hanger Reference:
LF 220/90 SL or R
40x3.75mm nails
Left or right orientation based on view from the supported I-Beam
Hanger Reference:
LF 220/90 SL or R
70mm
W1
W2
W2
Slope to 45
up or down
1. Position LF.VS connector against
plumb-cut end of joist. Fasten joist
side flanges on both sides with
40x3.75mm nails. Bend seat up
to fit against joist bottom and drive
(1) 40x3.75mm nail through
bottom seat in to rafter bottom.
Drive (2) 40x3.75mm nails at
downward angle through dimpled
nailing guides.
2. Lean connector and rafter end
against ridge beam at desired
position. Install 40x3.75mm nails
through nail holes into ridge
beam on inside flange.
40x3.75mm nails
Angle maximum 45
3. Bend flange to desired angle.
4. Hammer outside flange until
edge touches header.
Fasten outside flange to ridge
by driving 40x3.75mm nails
through nail holes.
Hanger Reference:
LF190/90VS
LF 224/90VS
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4.9 SIFv ANGLF HANGFR
4.10 q SIFv ANGLF HANGFR FIXING 4.11 q SIFv ANGLF HANGFR FIXING
4.13 HNF LGL & )C HANGFR FIXING
4.9 vARIABLF SLOPF & SIFv ANGLF
HANGFR FIXING
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45mm Thick MSG8 nog to joist
depth hard up under flooring
Sheet Brace Straps:
6kN - 1/300mm x 25mm x 1.0mm sheet brace strap
fixed with 6/30x3.15mm product nails to stud and block (twisted)
12kN 2/300mm x 25mm x 1.0mm sheet brace strap fixed
with 6/30x3.15mm product nails to stud and block (twisted)
Upper wall framing
Double web stiffener each side of I-Beam nail
using 5/75x3.15mm nails from each face
Multigrips:
6kN - 1 Multigrip to 1 face both ends fixed
with 30x3.15mm product nails (fully nailed)
12kN - 2 Multigrips to 2 faces both
ends fixed with 30x3.15mm
products nails (fully nailed)
Upper non-loadbearing wall framing
90x45mm Solid blocking between joists at
600mm maximum centres and at each side
of door openings in wall above.
Blocking not required if wall
within150mm of joist
2/100x3.75 mm
5.0 BRACING vALL 1IF DOvN
5.1 NON-LOADBFARING vALL PARALLFL
Tight fit
Concentrated load
3mm Minimum gap
3mm Minimum gap
3/65x3.15
nails each side
equally spaced
Tight fit
5.2 vFB S1IFFFNFR DF1AIL
PLEASE NOTE:
Web sIi!!ehers Io be used aI all cohcehIraIed loads ahd aI supporIs
where specied.
Web sIi!!eher size 90 x 30mm.
web StlFFener Detal|
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Rimboard
Boundary
I-Beam
6kN and 12kN brace fixing
Strap 300x25 x 0.9
Fixed with 6/30x3.15mm nails to each end
12 kN fixing with 2 SHEET BRACE STRAPS
12 nails to stud(s) and 12 nails to Rimboard
6kN fixing brace with 1 SHEET BRACE
STRAP and 6 nails to stud and Rimboard
RB45 H3.1 with 90x2.8mm nails
at 150mm centres staggered
Fix RB45 H3.1 to I-Beam
with 90x2.8mm nails at
150mm centres along each
flange
Fix bottom flange of I-Beam
with 75mm x 3.15mm
nails at 150mm centres
Rimboard
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RB45 H3.1 fixed
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90x2.8mm nails at 150mm
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75x3.15mm nails at 150mm centres
5.4 RIMBOARD FND }OIS1 5.3 RIMBOARD FX1FRNAL vALL BRACING FIXING
5.5 LOAD BFARING HNF I-BFAM
& RIMBOARD]BOUNDAR
Hyne I-Beam blocking or 2/70x45 Nogs
Option to use RB21 or RB45
RB21 use 60x2.8mm flat head nails at 150mm centres
RB45 use 90x3.15mm flat head nails at 150 centres
5.6 RIMBOARD }OINING
PLEASE NOTE:
8luhI hail ehds Io avoid spliIIihg o! !ahges.
All Rimboards are IreaIed Io H3.1.
Re!er Io NZS3602.2003 !or IreaImehI deIails.
PLEASE NOTE:
Avoid usihg wide secIioh Iimber.
All Rimboards are IreaIed Io H3.1
Re!er Io NZS3602.2003 !or IreaImehI deIails.
Concentrated load from upper story eg. under
girder trusses with a setback greater than
2.4m or lintel greater than 3.0m span
90x45 Radiata MSG8 squash blocks 1mm deeper than
joist depth. One each side of I-Beam or under point
concentrated load
Squash block for joists under
concentrated load points
RB21 or RB45
5.7 CONCFN1RA1FD LOAD A1 }AM S1UDS
OR POS1S
90x3.15mm skew nails
at 150mm centres
30mm
Fix bottom plate with 90x3.15mm nails
at 150mm centres into flooring
Fix Rimboard with 1/60x2.8mm nail into
each flange
RB45 Rimboard H3.1
Fix Rimboard into plates 30mm in and at 45
with 90x3.15mm nailed at 150mm centres
45
90x3.15mm skew nails at 150mm centres
5.8 RIMBOARD FIXING 1O I-BFAM - 1RANSFFRRING
BRACING LOAD FROM vALL ABOvF
PLEASE NOTE:
Where 6kN ahd 12kN Iie dowh bracihg sIraps are required - Ihese
are to be xed to manufactures specications in addition to the
xing shown above.
OIher wall !xihgs Io NZS3604 requiremehIs.
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Use a minimum of 2 blocking
sections every 3.6 metres, or
single blocking every 1.8 metres.
Hyne I-Beam floor joists
Fix joists to top plate as per detail 4.6 page 22.
Fix blocking to top plate with 2 nails
each end and 2 skew nails to top flanges.
Hyne I-Beam blocking
8raclng and 8|ocklng
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5.9 BRACING AND BLOCIING
PLEASE NOTE:
BRACE BLOCKING FOR WIND AND EARTHQUAKE
Bracing of the oor is required to transfer bracing forces from the
upper level to the lower level.
To achieve this we need to provide lateral restraint to the oor.
Where the forces are parallel with the joist this is adequate with the
longitudinal shear capacity of the joists.
For forces perpendicular to the joist, brace blocking is required. This
can be achieved by two blocking panels at 3.6m centres or one
blocking panel at 1.8m centres along bearing and bracing walls. Along
the external wall use the Rimboard.
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Fix plywood with 2 groups of 6/3.15 diameter nails and
1 group of 4/75 x 3.15mm diameter nails as shown.
Provide elastomeric glue (Maxbond or equivalent)
between ply and OSB web.
Hyne I-Beam
blocking panel
under upper framing
Upper wall framing
21mm F8 plywood
both faces or 21mm Rimboard
ripped down to fit between
both flanges
Solid timber blocking
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Flooring extends beyond upper wall
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Roof supported - maximum 8m concrete tile roof
Stud wall supported maximum
8m truss span concrete tile roof

5.10 APRON ROOF DF1AIL
PLEASE NOTE:
Double |oisI required uhder load bearihg sIuds supporIihg
upstairs lintels.
For lihIel spahs greaIer Ihah 900mm, Lhgiheerihg desigh will
be required.
Lhgiheered desigh is required !or I-8eams supporIihg girder Irusses.
Rimboard will heed Io be ripped dowh oh siIe Io !I beIweeh !ahges.
For I-8eam size selecIioh re!er Io DiH4.1NZ so!Iware !or walls loaded
on joists.
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FIRE CONTROL
Hyne oors may be used in re rated construction. For details on the re rating of oors, refer to the publication entitled Gib Fire Related Systems.
NOISE CONTROL
Hyne oors can be used in Gib Noise Control Systems as a substitute for solid timber joists. Note the requirements for solid blocking at oor/ceiling
to wall junctions in Fire and Noise Control Separations.
For detailed specications on intertenancy construction, refer to the publication entitled Gib Noise Control Systems.
For detailed specications on residential construction, refer to Gib Quiet Zone which is contained in the publications entitled Gib Living Solutions for
New Homes and Gib Living Solutions for Established Homes.
Web stiffeners to both sides of Hyne I-Beams
with approved fire cement to fill in all gaps
Continuous Hyne Edgebeam
Hyne Edgebeam blocking
between Hyne I-Beams
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200mm centres on
immediate supports
Sheets layed in brick bond pattern.
Use 50x8mm gauge screws.
F|oor Flxlng ~ Detal|s
Panel edge fixing 150mm
maximum nail centres
Panel intermediate fixing 200mm
maximum nail centres
Double fixing for diaphragm
Plywood Fixing Options Fixing Centres (mm)
I-Beam Type Size Ends Intermediates
Galvanised flat head nails 60mm x 2.8g 150

200
Galvanised screw self drilling
or counter sunk
50mm x 8g 150 200
Flre]Nolse Contro|
5.11 FIXING S1RANDFLOOR]PAR1ICLF BOARD
FLOORING
5.13 IN1FR-1FNANC vALL FIRF SFPARA1ION DF1AIL
5.12 FIXING PLvOOD FLOORING PANFLS
PLEASE NOTE:
1imber hogs or Iohgue ahd groove |oihI is require aI sheeI edges.
Lay sheeIs ih brick - bohd paIIerh.
PLEASE NOTE:
1imber hogs or Iohgue ahd groove |oihI is require aI sheeI edges.
Lay sheeIs ih brick - bohd paIIerh.
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NAILS:
2 x 44mm Hyne LGL 75 x 3.05mm Ringshank
Doub|e 8eam Connectlons
Nail using 4/75x3.15mm nails for each web stiffener.
Two nails from each side and ends need to be clenched.
3mm gap between web
stiffener and flange
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Apply bead of construction adhesive
to each flange prior to assembly.
At points of load concentration (eg girders)
use a group of six nails as additional fasteners
50 maximum
200
200
200
200
200
50 maximum
5.29 DOUBLF HNF I-BFAM CONNFC1ION
5.30 DOUBLF HNF LGL CONNFC1ION
PLEASE NOTE:
Where Ihe double Hyhe LCL supporIs ahoIher member !xed Io iIs
face, additional nailing is required from the reverse side of the
Hyne LGL.
AddiIiohal !asIehers will also be required aI poihIs o! cohcehIraIed
load, as shown in 12.2.
Skew hailihg is required Io avoid pryihg.
All hails Io be alIerhaIively skewed (30 Io verIical)
Ah addiIiohal cehIre row o! hails is required Io boIh sides !or beams
300mm in depth.
Where a double compohehI LCL has a cohcehIraIed load !rom ohe
side only, use 6x3.15mm diameter nails in the vicinity of the load.
Fixing needs to be specically designed when the load from one side
is greater than 4.8kN.
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(End Hole Zone) (End Hole Zone)
125x125 Hole 2.0m from centre line 125x125 Hole 2.0m from centre line
125 mm
Holes are not permitted directly over support
Holes are not recommended within the joist
depth away from support
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Centre line
From centre line
(End Hole Zone)
From centre line
(End Hole Zone)
Holes are not permitted directly over support
Holes are not recommended within the
joist depth from support
D
Round holes minimum
3mm from flange edge
End support
Single Joist Span
D
Span centre line
Beam Span 1 Beam Span 2
From centre line of span 2
(End Hole Zone)
From centre line of span 2
(Intermediate Hole Zone)
From centre line of span 1
(End Hole Zone)
D
Minimum clear spacing between holes
2 x diameter of larger hole
Intermediate support in continuous span
40mm diameter hole permitted
anywhere in the web, installed at
minimum spacing, 80mm between holes
From centre line of span 1
(Intermediate Hole Zone)
Continuous Beam Length
6.0 ROUND HOLFS IN HNF I-BFAMS FXAMPLF
6.1 ROUND HOLFS IN HNF I-BFAMS FXAMPLF
6.2 ROUND HOLFS IN HNF I-BFAMS FXAMPLF
PLEASE NOTE:
1his meahs IhaI a 125-diameIer hole cah be placed wiIhih Ihe Lhd
Hole Zone as long as the hole is within 2.0m from the centerline.
For Ihe disIahce !rom Ihe supporI (spah) 5.0m / 2 - (Hole Zohe
Width) 2.0m = (distance from support) 0.5m
I! 2.0m is greaIer Ihah hal! Ihe spah Iheh Ihe hole cah be placed
anywhere.
1he hole is hoI allowed over Ihe supporIs.
Keep Ihe hole aI leasI Ihe |oisI depIh away !rom Ihe supporI.
REQUIRED INFORMA1ION:
Maximum !oor load 1.8kN (yes)
Shape ahd size o! hole (rouhd hole 125mm diameIer)
1oisI size (I8 245x70)
1oisI spacihg (450 cehIres)
1oisI spah (5.0m) sihgle spah |oisI
Hole zohe (Lhd Hole Zohe)
PROCEDURE:
1. Select table according to hole shape round. (Round Hole)
page 30
2. Select hole size and joist spacings. Hole size 125x125 and
joist spacings 450 centres
3. Select hole zone. (End Hole Zone)
4. Select joist size (IB 245x70) and read across to intercept
coordinates (Hole zone width = 2.0m)
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Minimum spacing between holes
2 x largest length of the rectangular openings
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From centre line of span
(End Hole Zone)
From centre line of span
(Intermediate Hole Zone)
Maximum 40mm diameter hole
allowed in cantilever span
Intermediate support
in cantilever support
Cantilever span
HOLE SIZE 125x250 150x300 175x350 200x400
HYNE I-BEAM
JOIST SPACING (m)
450 600 450 600 450 600 450 600
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DISTANCE FROM CENTRE OF JOIST SPAN FOR END HOLE (m)
IB 200x70 - - - - - - - -
IB 245x70/88 2.0 1.4 0.9 0.5 - - - -
IB 300x70/88 2.3 1.6 1.6 1.1 1.3 0.4 1.1 MID
IB 360x70 3.5 2.5 2.3 1.6 1.5 1.1 1.1 0.4
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DISTANCE FROM CENTRE OF JOIST SPAN FOR INTERMEDIATE HOLE (m)
IB 200x70 - - - - - - - -
IB 245x70/88 1.2 0.8 0.5 0.3 - - - -
IB 300x70/88 1.3 0.9 0.8 0.5 0.6 0.3 0.6 MID
IB 360x70 2.1 1.5 1.3 0.9 0.8 0.4 0.4 0.2
HOLE SIZE 75x75 100x100 125x125 150x150 175x175 200x200
HYNE I-BEAM
JOIST SPACING (mm)
450
600
450 600 450 600 450 600 450 600 450 600
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DISTANCE FROM CENTRE OF JOIST SPAN FOR END HOLE (m)
IB 200x70 2.0 1.4 1.4 1.1 - - - - - - - -
IB 245x70/88 2.8 2.6 2.8 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.3 0.6 - - - -
IB 300x70/88 3.1 2.9 3.1 2.9 3.1 2.6 2.6 2.1 2.1 1.6 1.4 1.0
IB 360x70 3.5 3.2 3.5 3.2 3.5 3.2 3.5 3.2 3.5 2.6 2.6 1.8
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DISTANCE FROM CENTRE OF JOIST SPAN FOR INTERMEDIATE HOLE (m)
IB 200x70 1.4 1.0 0.8 0.5 - - - - - - - -
IB 245x70/88 2.5 1.8 1.8 1.3 1.2 0.8 0.5 MID - - - -
IB 300x70/88 3.5 2.6 3.2 2.2 2.5 1.8 1.9 1.3 1.2 0.8 0.6 MID
IB 360x70 3.8 3.5 3.8 3.5 3.8 2.9 2.8 2.1 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0
6.3 RFC1ANGULAR OR ROUND HOLFS IN HNF I-BFAMS FXAMPLF
6.4 CU11ING HOLFS IN HNF I-BFAMS
6.5 ROUND OR SQUARF HOLFS IN HNF I-BFAMS
6.6 RFC1ANGULAR HOLFS IN HNF I-BFAMS
PLEASE NOTE:
Never drill, cuI or hoIch Ihe !ahge, or over-cuI Ihe web.
1he holes ih Ihe web should be cuI wiIh a sharp saw.
For recIahgular holes, avoid over cuIIihg Ihe corhers as Ihis cah cause
stress concentrations.
PLEASE NOTE:
SlighIly rouhdihg Ihe corhers is recommehded Io avoid over-cuIIihg,
for rectangular holes.
SIarI Ihe recIahgular hole by drillihg a 10mm diameIer hole ih each
of the four corners and then making the cuts between the holes to
minimise damage to the web.
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Minimum
5 x hole
diameter
Extra side xety required to stop prying or separating.
Centre Line
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BEAM WIDTH (mm)
MAXIMUM HOLE
DIAMETER (mm)
MINIMUM HOLE
SPACING (mm)
35 9 210
45
11 270
85
21 510
D = bolt diameter
Shear Load
4D
5D
4D
5D 5D
Horizontal Holes
D = bolt diameter
TENSION LOAD
5D 8D
5D
2D
2D
The following table outlines the requirements for holes being drilled through Hyne LGL and 17C oor members.
For 18C and 21C please phone the technical helpline on 0800 022 357

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BEAMS
Maximum Hole
Diameter (mm)
Top and Bottom
Edge Distance (mm)
Minimum End
Distance From
Support Face (mm)
Minimum Hole
Spacing
Minimum Distance
From Centre of Span
Maximum Number
of Holes in Span
200 25 30 70 5 x Diameter None 3 Holes / Halfspan
40 55 290 5 x Diameter None 3 Holes / Halfspan
55 55 880 5 x Diameter 440 2 Holes / Halfspan
75 55 880 1300mm 650 1 Hole / Halfspan
245 25 30 70 5 x Diameter None 3 Holes / Halfspan
50 70 360 5 x Diameter None 3 Holes / Halfspan
70 70 1050 5 x Diameter 520 2 Holes / Halfspan
95 70 1050 1600mm 800 1 Hole / Halfspan
295 or larger 25 30 70 5 x Diameter None 3 Holes / Halfspan
60 85 440 5 x Diameter None 3 Holes / Halfspan
85 85 1200 5 x Diameter 600 2 Holes / Halfspan
115 85 1200 1800mm 900 1 Hole / Halfspan
6.7 vFR1ICAL HOLFS )C BFAMS ONL
6.12 FAS1FNING HORIZON1AL HOLFS FOR
1FNSION LOADS
6.8 SFRvICF HOLFS IN HNF LGL & )C BFAMS
6.9 SFRvICF HOLFS IN HNF LGL & )C BFAMS
6.10 SFRvICF HOLFS IN HNF LGL & )C BFAMS
6.11 FAS1FNING HORIZON1AL HOLFS FOR
SHFAR LOADS
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Seating plate
Splitting at notched beam support
Probable split
PROBLEM
Seat bracket
Bearing
point here
SOLUTION
Hole at
mid-depth
Notch for
services
PROBLEM SOLUTION
MIN*
*Minimum must not be less than
half the depth of the beam
Taper cut length must not exceed
0.15 of the beam span
PROBLEM SOLUTION
Overcomlng Sp|lttlng]1aper Cuts
Taper cut
Hyne 17C beam
Edge of nail plate folded
over beam and nailed
Nail plate each side
Pryda nail plate
(see table 7.6 below
for size selection)
Refer Depth at end of taper
cut beam in table 7.6 below.
Double top plate
Pryda NPA 150/190 Nail Plate - 72, 3.15x30mm nails
Pryda NPB 150/250 Nail Plate - 94, 3.15x30mm nails
Taper cut length must not exceed 15% of the beam span
Splitting at bolted beam support Splitting at notched beam support
Splitting due to lateral loads in diaphragm connection Splitting at notch in beam
7.6 NAIL PLA1F SIZFS FOR RFINFORCFD 1APFR CU1S - APPLIFS 1O 8MM )C ONL
NAIL PLATES
TAPER CUT DETAILS
HYNE 17C BEAM SIZE
DEPTH AT END OF TAPER CUT BEAM (mm)
130 160 190 220
330 x 85 NPA 150/190 X X X
360 x 85 NPA 150/190 X X X
395 x 85 NPB 150/250 NPB 150/250 X X
425 x 85 NPB 150/250 NPB 150/250 NPB 150/250 X
460 x 85 NPB 150/250 NPB 150/250 NPB 150/250 X
525 x 85 NPB 150/250 NPB 150/250 NPB 150/250 NPB 150/250
7.0 DF1AILS
7.2 DF1AILS
7.4 UNRFINFORCFD 1APFRCU1
7.1 DF1AILS
7.3 DF1AILS
7.5 NAIL PLA1F RFINFORCFD 1APFR CU1
PLEASE NOTE:
Plate to be placed symmetrically about the inner face of the support, i.e. on the shear line
Maximum reaction load for 150 deep NPA is 35kN ultimate. Maximum reaction load for 150 deep NPB is 70kN ultimate
X - ihdicaIes where Ihe beam would have more Ihah 50% depIh
INSTALLATION: Use 30x3.15mm Pryda Timber Connector, Galvanised Nails GBC030315 (500G)
Please phone the technical helpline on 0800 022 357 for beams not listed below.
Refers to LGL, 85mm & 135mm 17C
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8.1
8.5
8.9
8.2
8.6
8.10
8.3
8.7
DO NOT bevel cut joist beyond
inside face of wall
DO NOT cut holes too
close to support.
DO NOT bevel cut rafter
beyond inside face of wall.
DO NOT overhang birdsmouth
cut from inside face of plate.
DO NOT split the flange.
Ensure the correct heel fixing is done.
DO NOT cut, notch or drill
top or bottom chords.
Top plate
too wide
Top nails missing
Incorrect
nail installation
Top nailing is incorrect due to:
1. Top plate too thin or
2. Wrong length nail is used
I-Beam is not seated properly
into the hanger, this may cause
nail pullout or shear under load.
Spreading hanger legs will push
the I-Beam up which may cause
uneven floors, squeaky floors
and I-Beam rotation.

If the top plate is too narrow it
may cause:
1. Hanger deformation
2. Nail pull-out or shear
3. Supporting beam deformation
Hangers not supporting the top flange of the
Hyne I-Beam will require stiffeners.
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Please see page numbers on the plan to locate details.
Lintel
Standard rafter flush support
detail or pitching block,
refer page 46, detail 5.14
Standard rafter
overhang detail,
refer page 46, detail 5.15
Blocking pairs
at 3.6m maximum
90x45 Overhang outrigger,
refer page 46, detail 5.19
Rafter overhang trim detail,
refer page 46, detail 5.18
Ridge over detail,
refer page 47, detail 5.21
Rafter to ridge beam/roof beam connection,
refer page 47, detail 5.20
Gable end rafter detail,
refer page 47, detail 5.24
RooF Constructlon P|an
1.1 1PICAL ROOF CONS1RUC1ION PLAN
PLEASE NOTE:
I! a beam is above a wihdow or a door, Iheh iI is a lihIel. I! hoI, Iheh iI is a bearer.
PoihI Loads oh ra!Iers i.e. waIer sIorage cylihder, air-cohdiIiohihg uhiIs ahd oIher such uhiIs, where higher permahehI loads may be expecIed,
specic engineering design should be applied refer to Design in Hyne V4.2NZ
1he Spah 1ables ih Ihis brochure are desighed as cohservaIive spahs. 1o ruh precise spahs please use Ihe Desigh ih Hyhe V4.2NZ so!Iware.
DESIGN CRITERIA:
1he Iables provide realisIic maximum spahs !or Ihe giveh ra!Ier spacihgs. 1he serviceabiliIy criIeria used are as speci!ed ih AS/NZS 1170.
SNOW LOADS:
Ih accordahce wiIh NZS 3604:1999 (A2), show loads up Io 0.5 kPa or 1.0 kPa have beeh cohsidered ih Ihe preparaIioh o! Ihese Iables. 1here!ore, Ihese
tables apply to all areas with snow loading 0.5 kPa or 1.0 kPa. Reference should be made to gure 15.1 of NZS 3604:1999 (A2) Timber framed
buildings to determine the geographical areas covered by these design Span Tables. Where outside this scope, specic engineering design should be
applied refer to Design in Hyne V4.2NZ
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REQUIRED INFORMA1ION:
Roo! piIch = 25
Roo! mass lighI roo! or heavy roo!? = Heavy roo! 60kg/m
2
Ceilihg mass ! 12kg/m
2
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Wihd speed? = High
Show load? = No
LihIel = 4800
1ruhcaIed Cirder (1C) / Cirder seI back = 2400
Roo! spah (LL1) = 7200
Overhahg (OH) = 750
RLW = (72002) + 750 = 4350 1here!ore RLW is 4500
PROCEDURE:
1. Check that roof pitch is ! 25. i.e. 25. 1here!ore OK.
2. Select RLW " 4350 (4.5)
3. Select rst set back with 2.4 and read across to intercepting
coordinates, if intercepting co-ordinate is less than lintel
span go to next set back 2.4 and so on until lintel span is
" than desired span (the fourth 2.4 set back is 4.9 which is
> than 4800).
Read across to select beam size 295x85 17C Hynebeam.
Lintel span
(Span)
Single span lintel
Support
Overhang
(OH)
Roof span
EL1
Girder
setback
Truncated girder truss (TG)
First normal truss
Window or door under
beam therefore beam is a lintel
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LIN1FL SUPPOR1ING GIRDFR 1RUSS
LIN1FL SUPPOR1ING GIRDFR 1RUSS FXAMPLFS
USE DESIGN IN HYNE 4.2NZ OR CONTACT YOUR TECHNICAL
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ROOF MASS 20KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
LIGHT WEIGHT ROOF: NO SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD LINTELS HYNE LGL
LIGHT WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
ROOF LOAD WIDTH ( RLW) (M)
LINTEL SIZE 1.2 2 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 7
LGL 2/200 x 44 4500 3900 3400 3300 3100 3000 2900 2800 2700 2500
LGL 2/245 x 44 5400 4700 4100 4000 3800 3700 3600 3500 3400 3200
LGL 2/300 x 44 6100 5500 5100 4800 4600 4500 4300 4200 4100 3900
LGL 2/360 x 44 7000 6300 5800 5600 5400 5300 5100 5000 4900 4600
LGL 130 x 65 2900 2500 2200 2100 2000 2000 1900 1900 1800 1800
LGL 150 x 65 3500 2900 2500 2400 2300 2200 2200 2100 2000 2000
LGL 200 x 65 4500 3900 3400 3300 3100 3000 2900 2800 2700 2500
LGL 245 x 65 5400 4700 4200 4000 3800 3700 3600 3500 3400 3200
LGL 300 x 65 6200 5600 5100 4800 4600 4500 4300 4200 4100 3900
LGL 360 x 65 7000 6300 5800 5600 5400 5300 5100 5000 4900 4100
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
ROOF MASS 20KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
LIGHT WEIGHT ROOF: NO SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD LINTELS HYNE 17C
LIGHT WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
ROOF LOAD WIDTH ( RLW) (M)
LINTEL SIZE 1.2 2 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 7
230 x 85 6800 5900 5300 5000 4800 4600 4400 4300 4200 3900
260 x 85 7600 6600 5900 5600 5400 5300 5100 4900 4800 4500
295 x 85 8600 7500 6600 6300 6100 5900 5700 5500 5400 5200
330 x 85 9700 8300 7400 7100 6800 6500 6300 6100 6000 5700
360 x 85 10600 9100 8000 7700 7400 7100 6900 6700 6500 6200
395 x 85 NA 10100 8900 8400 8100 7800 7500 7300 7200 6800
425 x 85 NA 10900 9600 9100 8700 8400 8100 7900 7700 6900
460 x 85 NA NA 10400 9900 9500 9200 8800 8600 8300 6900
495 x 85 NA NA 11300 10800 10300 9900 9500 8800 8800 7000
525 x 85 NA NA NA NA 11000 10600 9700 8800 8800 7000
230 x 135 7700 6700 6000 5700 5500 5400 5200 5100 4900 4600
260 x 135 8600 7500 6700 6400 6200 6000 5800 5600 5500 5300
295 x 135 9800 8500 7600 7300 7000 6700 6500 6300 6200 5900
330 x 135 11000 9600 8500 8100 7800 7500 7300 7100 6900 6600
360 x 135 NA 10500 9300 8900 8500 8200 7900 7700 7500 7200
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - LIN1FLS UP 1O HIGH vIND - NO SNOv LOAD
SPAN 1ABLF - LIN1FLS UP 1O HIGH vIND - NO SNOv LOAD
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ROOF MASS 20KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
LIGHT WEIGHT ROOF: 0.5KPA SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD LINTELS HYNE LGL
LIGHT WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
ROOF LOAD WIDTH ( RLW) (M)
LINTEL SIZE 1.2 2 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 7
LGL 2/200 x 44 4300 3700 3200 3000 2900 2800 2700 2600 2500 2400
LGL 2/245 x 44 5200 4400 3900 3800 3600 3500 3400 3200 3100 3000
LGL 2/300 x 44 6100 5500 4800 4600 4400 4200 4100 4000 3900 3700
LGL 2/360 x 44 7000 6300 5700 5500 5300 5100 4900 4700 4600 4400
LGL 130 x 65 2800 2400 2100 2000 1900 1900 1800 1800 1800 1700
LGL 150 x 65 3200 2700 2400 2300 2200 2100 2100 2100 2000 1900
LGL 200 x 65 4300 3700 3200 3000 2900 2800 2700 2700 2500 2400
LGL 245 x 65 5200 4400 3900 3800 3600 3500 3400 3400 3100 3000
LGL 300 x 65 6200 5500 4800 4600 4400 4200 4100 4100 3900 3700
LGL 360 x 65 7000 6300 5800 5500 5300 5100 4900 4900 4600 4100
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
ROOF MASS 20KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
LIGHT WEIGHT ROOF: 0.5KPA SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD LINTELS HYNE 17C
LIGHT WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
ROOF LOAD WIDTH ( RLW) (M)
LINTEL SIZE 1.2 2 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 7
230 x 85 5700 4900 4300 4100 4000 3800 3700 3600 3500 3300
260 x 85 6200 5600 4900 4700 4500 4300 4200 4000 3900 3800
295 x 85 6800 6100 5600 5300 5100 4900 4700 4600 4400 4200
330 x 85 7400 6700 6100 5900 5700 5500 5300 5100 5000 4700
360 x 85 7800 7100 6500 6300 6100 5900 5800 5600 5500 5200
395 x 85 8300 7600 7000 6700 6500 6300 6200 6000 5900 5700
425 x 85 8800 8000 7300 7100 6900 6700 6500 6400 6300 6000
460 x 85 9300 8400 7700 7500 7300 7100 6900 6800 6600 6400
495 x 85 9700 8900 8200 7900 7700 7500 7300 7200 7000 6800
525 x 85 10100 9200 8500 8200 8000 7800 7600 7500 7300 7000
230 x 135 6300 5600 5000 4800 4600 4400 4300 4100 4000 3900
260 x 135 6800 6200 5700 5400 5200 5000 4800 4700 4500 4300
295 x 135 7400 6800 6200 6000 5800 5700 5500 5400 5200 4900
330 x 135 8000 7300 6700 6500 6300 6200 6000 5900 5800 5500
360 x 135 8500 7800 7200 7000 6700 6600 6400 6300 6200 5900
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - LIN1FLS UP 1O HIGH vIND - o. kPa SNOv LOAD
SPAN 1ABLF - LIN1FLS UP 1O HIGH vIND - o. kPa SNOv LOAD
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ROOF MASS 60KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
HEAVY WEIGHT ROOF: NO SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD LINTELS HYNE LGL
HEAVY WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
ROOF LOAD WIDTH ( RLW) (M)
LINTEL SIZE 1.2 2 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 7
LGL 2/200 x 44 3700 3100 2700 2500 2400 2300 2300 2300 2200 2100
LGL 2/245 x 44 4400 3800 3400 3200 3000 2900 2800 2800 2600 2500
LGL 2/300 x 44 5300 4600 4100 3900 3700 3600 3500 3500 3300 3100
LGL 2/360 x 44 6000 5400 4900 4600 4400 4300 4100 4100 3500 3200
LGL 130 x 65 2300 2000 1800 1800 1700 1600 1500 1500 1400 1300
LGL 150 x 65 2700 2300 2000 2000 1900 1900 1800 1800 1700 1600
LGL 200 x 65 3700 3100 2700 2500 2400 2300 2300 2200 2200 2100
LGL 245 x 65 4400 3800 3400 3200 3000 2900 2800 2700 2600 2500
LGL 300 x 65 5300 4600 4100 3900 3700 3500 3500 3100 3100 2800
LGL 360 x 65 6100 5400 4900 4600 4400 3500 3500 3200 3200 3000
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
ROOF MASS 60KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
HEAVY WEIGHT ROOF: NO SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD LINTELS HYNE 17C
HEAVY WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
ROOF LOAD WIDTH ( RLW) (M)
LINTEL SIZE 1.2 2 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 7
230 x 85 5600 4800 4200 3900 3800 3600 3500 3400 3300 3100
260 x 85 6300 5400 4800 4500 4300 4100 4000 3800 3700 3600
295 x 85 7100 6100 5400 5200 5000 4700 4600 4400 4300 4000
330 x 85 7900 6800 6000 5700 5500 5300 5200 4900 4800 4600
360 x 85 8600 7400 6500 6200 5900 5700 5600 5300 5000 4700
395 x 85 9500 8100 7200 6800 6500 6300 5900 5300 5000 4800
425 x 85 10300 8700 7700 7300 7000 6700 6000 5100 5100 4900
460 x 85 11200 9500 8300 7900 7100 6900 6000 5100 5100 5000
495 x 85 NA 10300 9000 8500 7000 7000 6000 5200 5200 5100
525 x 85 NA 11000 9600 8800 7000 7000 5600 5200 5200 4300
230 x 135 6400 5500 4900 4600 4400 4200 4100 4000 3800 3700
260 x 135 7200 6200 5500 5300 5100 4900 4700 4500 4400 4100
295 x 135 8100 7000 6200 5900 5700 5500 5400 5200 5000 4800
330 x 135 9100 7800 6900 6600 6300 6100 5900 5700 5600 5400
360 x 135 9900 8500 7500 7200 6900 6600 6400 6200 6100 5800
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
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SPAN 1ABLF - LIN1FLS UP 1O HIGH vIND - NO SNOv LOAD
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CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
HEAVY WEIGHT ROOF: 0.5KPA SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD LINTELS HYNE LGL
HEAVY WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
ROOF LOAD WIDTH ( RLW) (M)
LINTEL SIZE 1.2 2 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 7
LGL 2/200 x 44 3600 3000 2600 2500 2400 2300 2200 2200 2100 2000
LGL 2/245 x 44 4300 3700 3200 3100 2900 2800 2700 2600 2500 2400
LGL 2/300 x 44 5300 4500 4000 3800 3600 3500 3400 3300 3200 3000
LGL 2/360 x 44 6000 5400 4700 4500 4300 4200 4000 3900 3500 3200
LGL 130 x 65 2300 2000 1800 1700 1600 1500 1500 1400 1300 1200
LGL 150 x 65 2600 2200 2000 1900 1900 1800 1800 1700 1700 1500
LGL 200 x 65 3600 3000 2600 2500 2400 2300 2200 2200 2100 2000
LGL 245 x 65 4300 3700 3200 3100 2900 2800 2700 2600 2500 2400
LGL 300 x 65 5300 4500 4000 3800 3600 3500 3400 3100 3100 2800
LGL 360 x 65 6100 5400 4700 4500 4300 3500 3500 3200 3200 3000
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
ROOF MASS 60KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
HEAVY WEIGHT ROOF: 0.5KPA SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD LINTELS HYNE 17C
HEAVY WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
ROOF LOAD WIDTH ( RLW) (M)
LINTEL SIZE 1.2 2 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 7
230 x 85 5100 4400 3900 3700 3600 3400 3300 3100 3000 2900
260 x 85 5800 4900 4300 4100 4000 3800 3700 3600 3500 3300
295 x 85 6400 5600 4900 4700 4500 4300 4200 4000 3900 3800
330 x 85 6900 6200 5500 5300 5000 4800 4700 4500 4400 4000
360 x 85 7400 6600 6000 5700 5500 5300 5100 4900 4800 4100
395 x 85 7900 7100 6400 6200 6000 5800 5600 5300 5000 4800
425 x 85 8300 7400 6800 6500 6300 6100 6000 5100 5100 4900
460 x 85 8800 7900 7200 6900 6700 6500 6000 5100 5100 5000
495 x 85 9300 8300 7600 7300 7000 6900 6000 5200 5200 5100
525 x 85 9700 8700 7900 7600 7000 7000 5600 5200 5200 5300
230 x 135 5900 5100 4400 4200 4100 3900 3800 3700 3600 3400
260 x 135 6400 5700 5000 4800 4600 4400 4300 4100 4000 3800
295 x 135 7100 6300 5700 5500 5200 5000 4800 4700 4600 4300
330 x 135 7600 6900 6200 6000 5800 5600 5400 5300 5100 4900
360 x 135 8100 7300 6700 6400 6200 6100 5900 5700 5600 5300
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - LIN1FLS UP 1O HIGH vIND - o. kPa SNOv LOAD
SPAN 1ABLF - LIN1FLS UP 1O HIGH vIND - o. kPa SNOv LOAD
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RooF Constructlon P|an
1.1 1PICAL ROOF CONS1RUC1ION PLAN
PLEASE NOTE:
I! a beam is above a wihdow or a door, Iheh iI is a lihIel. I! hoI, Iheh iI is a bearer.
PoihI Loads oh ra!Iers i.e. waIer sIorage cylihder, air-cohdiIiohihg uhiIs ahd oIher such uhiIs, where higher permahehI loads may be expecIed,
specic engineering design should be applied refer to Design in Hyne V4.2NZ
1he Spah 1ables ih Ihis brochure are desighed as cohservaIive spahs. 1o ruh precise spahs please use Ihe Desigh ih Hyhe V4.2NZ so!Iware.
DESIGN CRITERIA:
1he Iables provide realisIic maximum spahs !or Ihe giveh ra!Ier spacihgs. 1he serviceabiliIy criIeria used are as speci!ed ih AS/NZS 1170.
SNOW LOADS:
Ih accordahce wiIh NZS 3604:1999 (A2), show loads up Io 0.5 kPa or 1.0 kPa have beeh cohsidered ih Ihe preparaIioh o! Ihese Iables. 1here!ore, Ihese
tables apply to all areas with snow loading 0.5 kPa or 1.0 kPa. Reference should be made to gure 15.1 of NZS 3604:1999 (A2) Timber framed
buildings to determine the geographical areas covered by these design Span Tables. Where outside this scope, specic engineering design should be
applied refer to Design in Hyne V4.2NZ
Lintel
Standard rafter flush support
detail or pitching block,
refer page 46, detail 5.14
Standard rafter
overhang detail,
refer page 46, detail 5.15
Blocking pairs
at 3.6m maximum
90x45 Overhang outrigger,
refer page 46, detail 5.19
Rafter overhang trim detail,
refer page 46, detail 5.18
Ridge over detail,
refer page 47, detail 5.21
Rafter to ridge beam/roof beam connection,
refer page 47, detail 5.20
Gable end rafter detail,
refer page 47, detail 5.24
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Beam end
28 kN fixing
Beam end
18 kN fixing
SN50 both sides
Beam end
12 kN fixing
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Concrete base
18 kN fixing
Door base
28 kN fixing
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Concrete base
12 kN fixing
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Timber base
12 kN fixing
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Cantilever beam
24 kN connection
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A 8/90 x 3.15 nails
B Pair SBS300 with 6 nails each end
C Pair SBS400 with 8 nails each end
D 4/SBS400 with 8 nails each end
E Pair SBS600 with 8 nails each end
F SBS600 wrap under plate with 8 nails each side of stud
G Pair Reid WA12140 wedge anchor
H Pryda sheet brace anchor
K Pryda PHD5 with 10/6.3mm x 80 screws and Reids
hexagon screw bolt HSB 12/150
L Nail-on Plate NPB100x 250 ll all holes
M (inside) Nail-on angle (NPA) with 20 nails each ange
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CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
LIGHT WEIGHT ROOF: NO SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD RAFTERS
HYNE LGL OR HYNE 17C
LIGHT WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM RAFTER JOIST SPACING (MM)
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
450 600 900 1200 450 600 900 1200
LGL 200 x 44 4400 4100 3600 3300 17C 230 x 85 8800 8200 7300 6600
LGL 245 x 44 5400 5000 4400 4000 17C 260 x 85 9800 9200 8300 7600
LGL 300 x 44 6500 6000 5400 4900 17C 295 x 85 11000 10400 9400 8700
LGL 360 x 44 7600 7100 6400 5900 17C 330 x 85 NA NA 10500 9700
LGL 130 x 65 3600 3300 2900 2700 17C 360 x 85 NA NA 11400 10600
LGL 150 x 65 4100 3800 3400 3100 17C 230 x 135 9600 9100 8300 7700
LGL 200 x 65 5300 5000 4500 4100 17C 260 x 135 10700 10200 9300 8700
LGL 245 x 65 6400 6000 5400 5000 17C 295 x 135 NA 11400 10500 9800
LGL 300 x 65 7700 7200 6500 6000 17C 330 x 135 NA NA 10900
LGL 360 x 65 8900 8500 7700 7200
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
ROOF MASS 20KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
LIGHT WEIGHT ROOF: NO SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD RAFTERS
HYNE I BEAMS
LIGHT WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM RAFTER SPACING (MM)
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
450 600 900 1200 450 600 900 1200
IB 200 x 90 4700 4300 3700 3400
IB 245 x 90 5500 5000 4400 4000
S88 x 245 5900 5400 4800 4300
IB 300 x 90 6500 6000 5100 4500
S88 x 300 6900 6400 5600 5100
IB 360 x 90 6700 5900 5000 4400
S88 x 360 7700 6700 5600 5000
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - RAF1FRS UP 1O HIGH vIND - NO SNOv LOAD
SPAN 1ABLF - RAF1FRS UP 1O HIGH vIND - NO SNOv LOAD
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ROOF MASS 20KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
LIGHT WEIGHT ROOF: 0.5KPA SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD RAFTERS
HYNE LGL OR HYNE 17C
LIGHT WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM RAFTER JOIST SPACING (MM)
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
450 600 900 1200 450 600 900 1200
LGL 200 x 44 4400 4100 3600 3300 17C 230 x 85 7900 7400 6600 6100
LGL 245 x 44 5400 5000 4400 4000 17C 260 x 85 8800 8200 7400 6900
LGL 300 x 44 6500 6000 5400 4900 17C 295 x 85 9800 9200 8400 7700
LGL 360 x 44 7600 7100 6400 5900 17C 330 x 85 10800 10200 9300 8600
LGL 130 x 65 3600 3300 2900 2700 17C 360 x 85 NA 11000 10000 9300
LGL 150 x 65 4100 3800 3400 3100 17C 230 x 135 8700 8200 7500 6900
LGL 200 x 65 5300 5000 4500 4100 17C 260 x 135 9600 9100 8300 7800
LGL 245 x 65 6400 6000 5400 5000 17C 295 x 135 10700 10100 9300 8700
LGL 300 x 65 7700 7200 6500 6000 17C 330 x 135 NA 11200 10300 9700
LGL 360 x 65 8900 8500 7700 7200 17C 360 x 135 NA NA 11100 10500
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
ROOF MASS 20KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
LIGHT WEIGHT ROOF: 0.5KPA SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD RAFTERS
HYNE I BEAMS
LIGHT WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM RAFTER SPACING (MM)
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
450 600 900 1200 450 600 900 1200
IB 200 x 90 4700 4300 3700 3400
IB 245 x 90 5500 5000 4400 4000
S88 x 245 5900 5400 4800 4300
IB 300 x 90 6500 6000 5100 4500
S88 x 300 6900 6400 5600 5100
IB 360 x 90 6700 5900 5000 4400
S88 x 360 7700 6700 5600 5000
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - RAF1FRS UP 1O HIGH vIND - o. kPa SNOv LOAD
SPAN 1ABLF - RAF1FRS UP 1O HIGH vIND - o. kPa SNOv LOAD
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ROOF MASS 60KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
HEAVY WEIGHT ROOF: NO SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD RAFTERS
HYNE LGL OR HYNE 17C
HEAVY WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM RAFTER JOIST SPACING (MM)
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
450 600 900 1200 450 600 900 1200
LGL 200 x 44 3600 3300 2900 2700 17C 230 x 85 7300 6600 5800 5300
LGL 245 x 44 4400 4000 3600 3300 17C 260 x 85 8300 7600 6700 6000
LGL 300 x 44 5400 4900 4400 4000 17C 295 x 85 9400 8700 7700 7000
LGL 360 x 44 6400 5900 5200 4800 17C 330 x 85 10500 9700 8700 7900
LGL 130 x 65 2900 2700 2400 2200 17C 360 x 85 11400 10600 9500 8700
LGL 150 x 65 3400 3100 2700 2500 17C 230 x 135 8300 7700 6800 6200
LGL 200 x 65 4500 4100 3600 3300 17C 260 x 135 9300 8700 7800 7100
LGL 245 x 65 5400 5000 4400 4100 17C 295 x 135 10500 9800 8900 8200
LGL 300 x 65 6500 6000 5400 4900 17C 330 x 135 NA 10900 9900 9100
LGL 360 x 65 7700 7200 6400 5900 17C 360 x 135 NA NA 10800 10000
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
ROOF MASS 60KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
HEAVY WEIGHT ROOF: NO SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD RAFTERS
HYNE I BEAMS
HEAVY WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM RAFTER SPACING (MM)
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
450 600 900 1200 450 600 900 1200
IB 200 x 90 3700 3400 2900 2600
IB 245 x 90 4400 4000 3400 3100
S88 x 245 4800 4300 3700 3300
IB 300 x 90 5300 4800 4100 3700
S88 x 300 5600 5100 4400 3900
IB 360 x 90 6100 5500 4800 4100
S88 x 360 6500 5900 5100 4600
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - RAF1FRS UP 1O HIGH vIND - NO SNOv LOAD
SPAN 1ABLF - RAF1FRS UP 1O HIGH vIND - NO SNOv LOAD
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ROOF MASS 60KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
HEAVY WEIGHT ROOF: 0.5KPA SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD RAFTERS
HYNE LGL OR HYNE 17C
HEAVY WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM RAFTER JOIST SPACING (MM)
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
450 600 900 1200 450 600 900 1200
LGL 200 x 44 3600 3300 2900 2700 17C 230 x 85 6800 6300 5600 5100
LGL 245 x 44 4400 4000 3600 3300 17C 260 x 85 7600 7100 6300 5800
LGL 300 x 44 5400 4900 4400 4000 17C 295 x 85 8600 8000 7100 6500
LGL 360 x 44 6400 5900 5200 4800 17C 330 x 85 9500 8800 7900 7300
LGL 130 x 65 2900 2700 2400 2200 17C 360 x 85 10300 9600 8600 7900
LGL 150 x 65 3400 3100 2700 2500 17C 230 x 135 7600 7100 6400 5900
LGL 200 x 65 4500 4100 3600 3300 17C 260 x 135 8500 8000 7200 6600
LGL 245 x 65 5400 5000 4400 4100 17C 295 x 135 9500 8900 8100 7500
LGL 300 x 65 6500 6000 5400 4900 17C 330 x 135 10500 9900 9000 8300
LGL 360 x 65 7700 7200 6400 5900 17C 360 x 135 11400 10700 9700 9000
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
ROOF MASS 60KG/M2
CEILING MASS 20KG/M2
ROOF PITCH 30*
HEAVY WEIGHT ROOF: 0.5KPA SNOW LOAD: HIGH WIND ZONE:
STANDARD RAFTERS
HYNE I BEAMS
HEAVY WEIGHT
SUPPORTING ROOF & CEILING LOADS ONLY
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPAN (MM)
MAXIMUM RAFTER SPACING (MM)
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
RAFTER SIZE
Single Span
450 600 900 1200 450 600 900 1200
IB 200 x 90 3700 3400 2900 2600
IB 245 x 90 4400 4000 3400 3100
S88 x 245 4800 4300 3700 3300
IB 300 x 90 5300 4800 4100 3700
S88 x 300 5600 5100 4400 3900
IB 360 x 90 6100 5500 4800 4100
S88 x 360 6500 5900 5100 4600
PLEASE NOTE:
These span tables are conservative spans. To run precise spans please use Design in HyneNZ v4.2 software.
IB - Hyne I Beam NZ - Hyne Super I beam LGL - Hyne LGL Minimum end bearing length - 45mm Minimum intermediate bearing - 85mm
SPAN 1ABLF - RAF1FRS UP 1O HIGH vIND - o. kPa SNOv LOAD
SPAN 1ABLF - RAF1FRS UP 1O HIGH vIND - o. kPa SNOv LOAD
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RooF Detal|s
90x29 Web stiffeners, nail with 3/65x3.15 nails
each side equally spaced.
Web stiffeners required each
side of Hyne I-Beam bevel cut.
Stiffeners to match roof pitch.
Fix in accordance with tie-down
requirements of NZS3604.
70x120 Pitching
block or bevel
top plate.
70x35 Nailing block to side of web
Hyne I-Beam rafter
Fascia
OPTION 1
OPTION 2
900mm Maximum overhang
250mm Maximum taper cut
90mm Minimum
Web stiffeners,nail using
3/65x3.15mm nails from each side.
900mm Maximum overhang
70x120 Pitching block
or bevel top plate
ALTERNATIVE OPTION
RB21 Rimboard ripped down and fixed to
both sides with 65x3.15 FH nails at 150mm
centres along top and bottom
300mm
Minimum
Nail using
3/65x3.15mm nails
from each side on
each block at
600mm centres.
600mm Maximum
Rafter centres
1200mm maximum light weight
900mm maximum heavy weight
90x45 Outrigger MSG8 fixed with
90x3.15 at 80mm centres along flange
90x45 Squash block
under outrigger
600mm
Minimum
Top Plate
Hyne I-Beam rafter
Birdsmouth cut at support,
not deeper than 1/2 of
flange thickness (22mm)
ALTERNATIVE OPTION
RB21 Rimboard ripped down and fix to
both sides with 65x3.15 FH nails at 150mm
centres along top and bottom.
Rafter centres
1200mm maximum light weight
900mm maximum heavy weight
750mm
Maximum
overhang
Web stiffeners
Nail using
3/65x3.15mm
nails from each
side at each block Multigrip to 2 faces
(web stiffeners required)
Web stiffener
Pitch
Multigrip to 2 faces
(web stiffeners required)
Beam
900mm Maximum
overhang top plate
90mm
Minimum
900mm
Maximum
overhang
300mm
Minimum
Hyne I-Beam rafter
RB21 Rimboard ripped down and fix to both sides with
65x3.15 FH nails at 150mm centres along top and bottom
5.14 PI1CHING BLOCI DF1AIL
5.16 RAF1FR BIRDSMOU1H DF1AIL
5.18 RAF1FR OvFRHANG 1RIM DF1AIL
5.15 S1ANDARD RAF1FR OvFRHANG DF1AIL
5.17 RAF1FR 1O BFAM CONNFC1ION
5.19 oXq OvFRHANG OU1RIGGFR
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Tight fit
Web stiffeners:
70mm Flange Hyne I-Beam use 70x39mm
Note: Hyne I-Beam web stiffeners to be used at all concentrated loads
and at supports where specified.
Web stiffeners required each side of
Hyne I-Beam bevel cut. Stiffeners to
match roof pitch.
Web stiffeners:
90mm Flanges: 70x39 web stiffeners,
nail with 3/65x3.15 nails each side
equally spaced
3mm
Minimum
gap
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Blocking panels:
double blocking panels at 3.6m centres are required
(ommitted for clarity)
Fix down rafter as
per rafter tie downs
Attach beveled plate to
framing with 1/90mm
at 400mm centres
Strap nails:
Leave 60mm
minimum end
distance from
ridge.
25x300 strap with
6/30x2.5mm nails into
each rafter
Hip Beam Hyne I-Beam rafter
Rafters span up to 4.8m.
Light or heavy roof 900 or
1200mm centres, low to very
high wind.
Fix 300mm plywood each side with a group of
6/3.15 diameter nails.
Provide elastomeric glue Maxbond or
equivalent) between ply and OSB web.
Fix Hyne I-Beam to rafters
with nail on plate,
minimum of 8 nails each
component.
Detal|s
Variable slope and skew angle hanger
( LF190/90VS or LF224/90VS ).
Web stiffeners must be used with
these hangers.
Hynebeam ridge or roof beam
Bevelled web stiffeners
each side of web
Hyne I-Beam rafters
Multigrip
Hyne I-Beam rafter
Web stiffener fixed with
3/65x3.15 nails each side
equally spaced
Outriggers to suit roof load and
wind load criteria from NZS3604
Barge rafter
Gable end wall frame
Select fixing to meet
NZS3604 requirements
Outrigger nogs have
been omitted for clarity
600mm
600mm
Maximum
5.20 RAF1FR 1O RIDGF BFAM ] ROOF BFAM
CONNFC1ION
5.21 RIDGF OvFR DF1AIL
5.23 vFB S1IFFFNFR DF1AIL 5.22 HIP RAF1FR CONNFC1ION
5.24 GABLF FND RAF1FR DF1AIL
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Hanger Flxlngs
Wedge
Site made wedge with Pryda Multigrip (MG).
Use one each side.
Hanger reference: MG
Hanger reference:
LF190/90VS
LF224/90VS
Pryda tie-down strap (CS9-880 x 32).
Hanger reference: CS9
5.26 RAF1FR 1IF DOvN MUL1IGRIP`
5.28 vARIABLF SLOPF AND SIFv ANGLF
HANGFR FIXING`
5.27 RAF1FR 1IF DOvN CCLONF S1RAP`
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