TJI 110TJI 210TJI 230TJI 360TJI 560JoistsINSTALLATION GUIDEFOR FLOOR ANDROOF FRAMINGWARNING:DO NOT walkon joists untilbraced. INJURYMAY RESULT.WARNING:DO NOT stackbuilding materialson unsheathedjoists. Stack onlyover beamsor walls.WARNING:DO NOT walkon joists thatare lying flat.IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!May2015 ReorderTJ-9001September2011ReorderTJ-9001 WARNING: JOISTS ARE UNSTABLE UNTIL BRACED LATERALLYBRACING INCLUDES: Blocking, Hangers, Rim Board, Sheathing, Rim Joist, Strut LinesLack of proper bracing during construction can result in serious accidents. Observe the following guidelines: install all blocking, hangers, rim boards, and rim joists at TJI joist end supports.E stablish a permanent deck (sheathing), fastened to the first 4 feet of joists at the end of the bay or braced end wall.Safety bracing of 1x4 (minimum) must be nailed to a braced end wall or sheathed area and to each joist.Sheathing must be completely attached to each TJI joist before additional loads can be placed on the system.Ends of cantilevers require safety bracing on both the top and bottom flanges.The flanges must remain straight within ½" from true alignment.This guide is intended for the products shown in dry-use conditions.La Sécurité Avant ToutLa Seguridad Ante TodoLire AttentivementPor Favor Lea CuidadosamenteAVERTISSEMENT Les solives non contreventées latéralement sont instables. Voir le guided’installation avant la pose des solives TJI . Ne pas circuler sur les solives TJI avant qu’elles ne soient adéquatementcontreventées. Risque de blessure. Ne pas empilées des matériaux sur des solives avant d’avoir installé les sousplancher. Les entreposer temporairement au-dessus des poutres et    1.888.453.8358ADVERTENCIA L as viguetas son inestables hasta que sean reforzadas lateralmente.Vea la guía de instalaciones antes de instalar las viguetas TJI . No camine sobre las viguetas hasta que sean apuntaladas. No ponga materiales de construcción sobre las viguetas TJI antes deinstalar el triplay. Ponga materials únicamente sobre vigas o muros.

1CONTENTSFloorRoof and WallBeam and ColumnAllowable Holes:Trus Joist TJI Joists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Allowable Holes:Trus Joist TimberStrand LSLWall Studs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Allowable Holes:Trus Joist TimberStrand LSL,Parallam PSL, Microllam LVLHeaders and Beams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2TJI Joist NailingRequirements at Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . 2Web Stiffeners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Installation Recommendations . . . . . . . 2Typical Roof and Wall Framing. . . . . . . 6TJI Joist Floor Framing. . . . . . . . . . . . 3Ceiling Joists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Fastening of Floor Panels. . . . . . . . . . . 3Roof Details. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Rim Board Details and Installation. . . . 4Framing Connectors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Floor Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–5Shear Blocking and Ventilation Holes. . 8Cantilever Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5TJI Joist NailingRequirements at Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . 8Filler and Backer Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . 5Beam and Column Details . . . . . . . . . . 9Beam and Header Bearings . . . . . . . . . 9 BUILD SAFELYWe at Weyerhaeuser are committed to working safely and wantto remind you to do the same. We encourage you to follow therecommendations of OSHA ( in the U.S. or provincialregulations ( in Canada regarding:– Personal protective equipment (PPE) for hands, feet, head,and eyes– Fall protection– Use of pneumatic nailers and other hand tools– Forklift safetyPlease adhere to the Weyerhaeuser product installation details,including the installation of safety bracing on unsheathed floorsand roofs.Web Stiffeners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Framing Connectors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION1¾"21 16"1¼"–13 8"1¼"–13 8"3 8"9½"117 8"14"3 8"TJI 110 joists9½"117 8"14"16"TJI 210 joists25 16"1¼"–13 8"3½"25 16"13 8"9½"117 8"14"16"3 8"13 8"9½"117 8"14"16"3 8"TJI 360 joistsTJI 230 joists9½"117 8"14"16"7 16"TJI 560 joistsALLOWABLE HOLES—TJI JOISTSMin. distance from Table BMin. distance from Table ADO NOT cut holesin cantileverr einforcement.6"6"DO NOT cut ornotch flange.L12 x D1 D1minimumNo field(applies to allcut holesholes exceptin hatchedknockouts)zoneORClosely grouped roundholes are permitted ifthe group perimetermeets requirements forround or square holes1½" holemay be cuta nywhere inweb outside ofhatched zone6"L22 x L2minimumD26"No fieldcut holesin hatchedzone6"Do not cutholes largerthan 11/2" incantilever

Table A—End SupportMinimum distance from edge of hole to inside face of nearest end supportRound Hole SizeJoistTJI Depth87 8"11"2"3"4"61 2"1101'-0"1'-6"2'-0"5'-0"2101'-0"1'-6"2'-6"5'-6"91 6'-6"117 2'-0"Square or Rectangular Hole Size4"61 2"87 6"10'-0" 11'-0"Minimum distance from edge of hole to inside face of nearest intermediate or cantilever supportRound Hole SizeJoistTJI Depth87 8"11"13"2"2"3"4"61 -0"2'-0"91 -0"2301'-0"2'-0"2'-6"5'-0"10'-0"1'-0"117 '-0"16"3601'-0"1'-0"1'-0"3'-0"6'-6"10'-0" 13'-6"1'-0"5601'-0"1'-0"1'-0"2'-6"7'-0"11'-0" -0"1'-0"Square or Rectangular Hole Size4"61 2"87 6"5'-0"9'-6"11'-0"6'-0"10'-6" 12'-0"1'-0"5'-0"9'-0"12'-0"2'-0"6'-0"10'-0" 13'-0"2'-6"6'-6"11'-0" 13'-6"4'-0"9'-0"12'-0" 14'-0"5'-0"10'-0" 13'-6" 15'-0"1'-0"4'-6"10'-0" 12'-6"1'-0"5'-0"10'-6" 13'-6"2'-0"7'-6"13'-0" 14'-6"3'-6"9'-0"14'-6" "12'-0"Table B—Intermediate or Cantilever Support 13"16'-0"16'-6"17'-0"18'-0"Leave 1 8" of web (minimum) at top and bottom of hole. DO NOT cut joist flanges.Tables are based on uniform load tables in current design literature. For simple span (5' minimum), uniformly loaded joists used in residential applications, one maximum size round hole may belocated at the center of the joist span provided that no other holes occur in the joist.

2ALLOWABLE HOLES—BEAMS and STUDS1.55E TimberStrand LSL Headers and Beams2 x diameter of the largest hole (minimum)1 3Allowed hole zonedepth1.55E TimberStrand LSL8"8"GENERAL NOTES Allowed hole zone suitable for headers andbeams with uniform and/or concentratedloads anywhere along the member. Header orBeamDepthMaximumRound HoleSize91 4"–91 2"111 4"–117 8"14"–16"3"35 8"45 8"See illustration forallowed hole zone. Round holes only. No holes in headers or beams in plankorientation.DO NOT cut, notch, ordrill holes in headersor beams exceptas i ndicated in the illustrations and tables.Other Trus Joist Headers and Beams1.3ETimberStrand LSLhole zoneMicrollam LVL andParallam PSL holezone2 x diameter ofthe largest hole(minimum)1 3depthOther Trus Joist BeamsdMicrollam LVL andParallam PSLallowed hole zonemiddle 1 3 spand1.3E TimberStrand LSL allowed hole zoneGENERAL NOTES Allowed hole zone suitable for headersand beams with uniform loads only. No holes in cantilevers. dHeader orBeamDepthMaximumRound HoleSize43 8"51 2"71 4"–20"1"1¾"2" See illustration for allowed hole zone.Round holes only.N o holes in headers or beams in plankorientation.TimberStrand LSL Wall StudsOne notch may be cut anywhere except the middle 1 3 of the length of the stud or column.Holes may be drilled anywhere along the length of the stud or column but must be at least 5 8" from the edge.5 8"minimum edge distanceMaximum diameter:forthick walls (11 8" in Canada);23 16" for 5½"–117 8" thick walls(113 16" in Canada)13 8"31 2"Maximum notch:7 8" for 3½" thick walls13 8" for 5½"–117 8"thick wallsDO NOT cut a notchand a hole in thesame cross section.

TJI JOIST NAILING REQUIREMENTS AT BEARINGSquash Blocks to TJI JoistTJI Joist to Bearing Plate11 8"TJ Rim Board or 1¼"TimberStrand (Load bearing wall above)LSLOne 8d (0.113" x 2½") nail eachside. Drive nails at an angleat least 1½" from end.1¾" minimum end bearing forsingle-family applications One 10d (0.128" x 3")nail into each flange3½" minimum intermediatebearing; 5¼" may be requiredfor maximum capacityIncreased bearing capacities may be achieved with increased bearinglengths. See plans for required bearing lengths.Shear transfer nailing: Use connections equivalent to floor panel nailingschedule. See page 4.Also see detail B2, page 5Rim to TJI Joist1¾" minimumbearing11 8" TJ Rim Board, 1¼" TimberStrand LSL,or TJI 110 rim joist:One 10d (0.131" x 3") nail into each flangeTJI 210, 230, and 360 rim joist:One 16d (0.135" x 3½") nail into each flangeTJI 560 floor joistTJI 560 rim joist:Toenail with 10d (0.128" x 3")nails, one each side ofTJI joist flangeLocate rim board joint between joistsTop ViewTJI 560 rim joistINSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONSRECOMMENDED COMPONENTS Weyerhaeuser Edge Gold floor panelsTJI joists11 8" TJ Rim Board or 1¼" TimberStrand LSL Apply a ¼" or largerbead of adhesiveInstall panelsright-side upRECOMMENDED ADHESIVES Weyerhaeuser recommends using solvent-based subflooradhesives that meet ASTM D3498 (AFG-01) performancestandards. When latex subfloor adhesive is required, carefulselection is necessary due to a wide range of performancebetween brands. Nail panel to joist at 12" on-center in field and 6" on-centeralong panel edges. Apply fasteners 3 8" from panel edges. For ¾" panels, use 8d (0.131" x 2½") or 6d (0.120" x 2")deformed-shank nails or other code-approved fasteners. For 7 8" panels, use 8d (0.131" x 2½") or 8d (0.120" x 2½")deformed-shank nails or other code-approved fasteners. Fully nail floor panel within 10 minutes of applying adhesive(or sooner if required by adhesive manufacturer). Screws may be substituted for the nails noted above if theMaintain a 1 8" gap at all panel endsscrews have equivalent lateral load capacity.and edges to allow for expansion.T&G edges self-gap to 1 8". At abutting paneledges, apply two ¼"beads of adhesive

3TJI JOIST FLOOR FRAMINGTJI joist floor framing does not requirebridging or mid-span blockingJoists must be laterally supported at cantileverand end bearings by blocking panels, hangers,or direct attachment to a rim board or rim joist.See Filler and BackerBlocks on page 5DO NOT use sawn lumber forrim board or blocking as itmay shrink after installation.Use only engineered lumber.E1H2A1E2TJI rim joistWARNINGJoists are unstable until laterallybraced. See Warning on cover.Rim board joint between joistsA3L3CSA2L5B4PB3B2B1End of joists atcenterline of supportH1H1L41½" knockouts at approximately12" on-centerBearing plate to be flush withinside face of wall or beamL1Use B1 or B2 atintermediate bearings withload bearing or braced/shear wall from aboveL2Protect untreated wood fromdirect contact with concrete11 8" TJ Rim Board or1¼" TimberStrand LSLH3StructuralsheathingSeeAllowable Holeson page 1LASafety bracing (1x4 m inimum)at 8' on-center (6' on-centerfor TJI 110 joists) andextended to a braced end wall.Fasten at each joist with two8d (0.113" x 2½") nails minimum (see Warning on cover).See Exterior DeckAttachment onpage 4Plumbing dropINSTALLATION TIPS Subfloor adhesive will improve floor performance, but may not berequired. Squash blocks and blocking panels carry stacked vertical loads(details B1 and B2). Packing out the web of a TJI joist (with webstiffeners) is not a substitute for squash blocks or blocking panels. When joists are doubled at non-load bearing parallel partitions,space joists apart the width of the wall for plumbing or HVAC. Additional joist at plumbing drop (see detail at right).Joist may be shifted upto 3" if floor panel edgeis supported and spanrating is not exceeded.Do not cut joist flanges.Additional joist isrequired if floor paneledge is unsupportedor if span rating isexceeded.

DETAIL SCHEDULEEnd bearings (see page 4)A1Hanger Detailswith blocking panelsA2withTJI rim joistA3with rim boardIntermediate bearings* (see page 5)B1 with blocking panels to supportload bearing wall aboveB2 ith squash blocks to supportwload bearing wall aboveB3 ithout blocking panels orwsquash blocks (no wall above)E1no reinforcementE2¾" reinforcement on one sideE3¾" reinforcement both sidesE4joist reinforcementH1TJI joist to beam (see page 8)F1deck cantileverH2TJI joist to joist (see page 5)PB1permanent bracingH3T JI joist on masonry wall or steelbeam (see page 8)Cantilevers less than 5" (see page 5)Cantilever details (see page 5)(more connector information on page 8)E5 " reinforcement on one side,¾with vertical blockingE6 ¾" reinforcement both sides,with vertical blockingOther detailsB4b utting joists with blocking panels(see above)CScolumn support (see page 4) exterior deck attachment (see page 4)E7 ¾" reinforcement on one side,with horizontal blockingLAWweb stiffeners (see page 6)E8 " reinforcement on both sides,¾with horizontal blockingLbeam details (see page 9)E9 horizontal blocking, no reinforcementPcolumn details (see page 9) *Load bearing wall must stack over wall below. Blocking panels may be required at braced/shear walls above or below.JAVELIN SOFTWARE FRAMING PLANSAWBWEWWeb stiffeners required on each side of joist at bearing. Refer to your Javelin framing plan.Bearing requirements as shown on the Javelin framing plan are job-specific and supersede minimum bearing requirements listed.FASTENING OF FLOOR PANELSGuidelines for Closest On-Center Spacing per RowRim boardTJI (1)(2)Nail Size110, 210,and 230360 and56011 8"TJ 1¼"TimberStrand LSL1½"TimberStrand LSLor widerMicrollam LVLParallam PSL8d (0.113" x 2½"), 8d (0.131" x 2½")4"3"6"4"3"3"3"4"(3)6"4"4"4"4"10d (0.148" x 3"), 12d (0.148" x 3¼")4"(3)6"(5)6"(5)8"6"16d (0.162" x 3½")6"6"16"(4)(1) Stagger nails when using 4" on‑center spacing and maintain 3 8" joist and panel edge distance. One row of fasteners is permitted (two at abutting paneledges) for diaphragms. Fastener spacing for TJI joists in diaphragm applications cannot be less than shown in table. When fastener spacing forblocking is less than spacing shown above, rectangular blocking must be used in lieu of TJI joists.(2) For non-diaphragm applications, multiple rows of fasteners are permitted if the rows are offset at least ½" and staggered.(3) With 10d (0.148" x 1½") nails, spacing can be reduced to 3" on-center for light gauge steel straps.(4) Can be reduced to 5" on-center if nail penetration into the narrow edge is no more than 13 8" (to avoid splitting).(5) Can be reduced to 4" on-center if nail penetration into the narrow edge is no more than 13 8" (to avoid splitting). Recommended nailing is 12" on-center in field and 6" on-centeralong panel edge. Fastening requirements on engineered drawingssupersede recommendations listed above. For recommended nailing and adhesives, see INSTALLATIONRECOMMENDATIONS on page 2. Nailing rows must be offset at least ½" and staggered.1 4 ga. staples may be substituted for 8d (0.113" x 2½")nails if minimum penetration of 1" into the TJI joist orrim board is achieved. Maximum nail spacing for TJI joists is 18" on-center.

4RIM BOARD DETAILS AND INSTALLATION2x4 or 2x6 stud wallat 16" on-centerPlate nailFloor panel nailWhen panelthicknessexceeds 7 8",trim sheathingtongue atrim boardRim board to TJI joist11 8" TJ Rim Board or1¼" TimberStrand LSL(see nailing schedule below)Toe nailTJI joist spanningin either directionRim board to TJI joistSheathing may be attachedas shown in A3.4TJI joist to plateWeb stiffener required onboth sides at A3. W ONLYA3.1 A3.2 A3.3 A3.1 A3.2 A3.3WWWSpecificationsMinimum Rim Board ThicknessPlate Nail—16d (0.135" x 3½")Floor Panel Nail—8d (0.131" x 2½")Rim Board to TJI Joist—10d (0.131" x 3")Toe Nail—10d (0.131" x 3")TJI Joist to Plate—8d (0.113" x 2½")SheathingWall FramingBoundary NailingIntermediate NailingMaximum Lateral Load (plf)Plate nailFloor panel nailRim board to TJI joist1¼" TimberStrand LSLrim boardAttach sheathing pernailing schedule (below)Toe nailRim board to TJI joist12" minimumInstall proper blocking tosupport all panel edges2x4 or 2x6 stud wallat 16" on-centerWhen panelthicknessexceeds 7 8",trim sheathingtongue atrim boardTJI joist spanningin either directionTJI joist to plateWeb stiffener required onboth sides at A3.4W ONLYA3.4 A3.4WRim Board Installation Detail(1)(2)A3.2A3.3A3.411 4"11 4"11 4"16" o.c.16" o.c.16" o.c.6" o.c.One into each flange6" o.c.6" o.c.4" o.c.6" o.c.Two nails driven at an angle into bottom flange, one each side of web at least 11/2" from end7 16" structural 13 8" structural 1sheathing(3)sheathing in all areas(4)Per codePer code8d (0.131" x 21/2")8d (0.131" x 21/2")at 6" 4" o.c.8d (0.131" x 21/2") at 12" o.c.220(5)300(5)350(6)560(6)A3.111 8"16" o.c.(1) All sheathing must be properly blocked and nailed.(2) Verify the lateral capacity of the wall. Not all types of code-allowed wall construction provide the same lateral resistance. Check with your local buildingofficials or the design professional of record.(3) Detail A3.3 must be a segmented wall, location of full-height structural sheathing per code.(4) Sheathing must be continuous over all plate-to-plate and plate-to-rim board interfaces and may butt together at mid-depth of rim board as shown inA3.4. At foundation, fasten the bottom edge of the sheathing to the sill plate.(5) Maximum lateral load capacities are for seismic design applications. No further increases for duration of load are allowed, except loads may be increasedby a factor of 1.4 for wind design applications.(6) Capacities must not be increased for duration of load.

FLOOR DETAILSPlate nailPlate nailBlocking panel:11 8" TJ Rim Board,1¼" TimberStrand LSL,or TJI joistWeb stiffener required onboth sides at A2W ONLYRim-tojoist nailToe nailToe nailWeb stiffener required onboth sides at A1W ONLYA1A1WAttach blocking per A3.1 in rim board installationtable aboveTJI rim joistA2A2WMust have 1¾" minimum joist bearing at ends. Attachrim joist per A3.1 in rim board installation table above.Load from above2x4 minimum squashblocks; match bearingarea of column above1 16"CS Use 2x4 minimum squash blocks to transfer load around TJI joistExterior Deck AttachmentStructural exteriorsheathing11 8" TJ Rim Board or1¼" TimberStrand LSLFlashingTreated 2xledgerShimmed Deck AttachmentSidingWeather-resistive barrierFlashing11 8" TJ Rim Board or1¼" TimberStrand LSLWashers or prefab spacers toallow for drainage. Maximumairspace is ½". Add sealant.Staggered boltsStaggered boltsTreated 2x ledgerStructural exterior sheathingTreated sill plateLA Corrosion-resistant fasteners required for wet-serviceapplicationsMaintain 2" distance (minimum) from edge of ledger to edgeof fastener. Stagger bolts.

5FLOOR DETAILSLoad bearing or braced/shear wallabove (must stack over wall below)No load bearing wall aboveRim Board,Blocking panel:1¼" TimberStrand LSL, or TJI joist11 8"TJ 2x4 minimumsquash blocksB1 B1W1 16"Web stiffener required on bothsides at B1W or B2W ONLY.Web stiffener required onboth sides at B3W ONLY.B2 B2W Blocking panels may be required with braced/shear wallsB3 B3W Blocking panels may be required with braced/above or below—see detail B1shear walls above or below—see detail B1CANTILEVER DETAILSAt PB1, cantilever back spanmust be permanently bracedwith either direct-applied ceilingalong entire length or permanentbracing at 1 3 points. See detailbelow for connections.11 8" TJ Rim Board or1¼" TimberStrand LSL,typical. Nail with10d (0.131" x 3") nails,one each at top and1 3 bottom flange.Web stiffenerrequired on bothsides at E1W ONLY11 8" TJ Rim Board o r1¼" TimberStrand LSLclosure, typical4'-0" length of ¾" reinforcement (2'-0" maximumcantilever) on one side at E2,both sides at E3. Attach to joistflange with 8d (0.131" x 2½")nails at 6" on-center. Whenreinforcing both sides,stagger nails.E1E21 3E3calpi, tyax.8' m8" diameter maximum hole for 117 8"–16"deep blocking panels; 6" diameter maximumfor blocking panels 9½" deep or shorter than12" long. Do not cut flanges.E1WE41 3thengmer lilev aximu only)tnCa 0" m oadsl'4 ormif(unPB1E5E6F1E8E711 2estimverWoodbackerNail through 2x cantilever, woodbacker, and TJI joist web with 2 rows10d (0.148" x 3") nails at 6" on-center,clinched. Use 16d (0.135" x 3½") nailswith TJI 560 joists. F1 applies to uniformly loaded joists only.6'-0" length of TJI joist reinforcement (2'-0"maximum cantilever) and filler block at E4. Attachto joist web with 3 rows 10d (0.148" x 3") nails at6" on-center, clinched. Use 4'-0" length with 9½"and 117 8" TJI joists, and attach to joist web with2 rows 10d (0.148" x 3") nails at 6" on-center,clinched. Not for use with TJI 560 joists.Less than5"Blocking panel between each joist.Full depth vertical blocking at E5 andE6, horizontal blocking at E7/E8/E9.gthlencE912" length of ¾"r einforcement on one side atE5/E7, both sides at E6/E8.Attach to joist flanges withone 8d (0.131" x 2½") nail ateach corner.ileantNail rim to blocking panel andblocking panel to plate withconnections equivalent to floorpanel schedule (E7/E8/E9)Two 2½" screws for 2xstrapping connectionsApply subfloor adhesive to allcontact surfacesWhen specified on the layout,one of the bracing optionsshown at right is requiredTwo 8d (0.113" x 2½") nailsor 2½" screws, typicalPB1Directly applied ceilingFILLER AND BACKER BLOCKSHANGER BACKER BLOCKInstall tight to top flange (tight to bottom flange with face mount hangers). Single-Family Applications: Attach with ten 10d (0.128" x 3") nails, clinchedwhen possible.M ulti-Family Applications: Attach with fifteen 10d (0.128" x 3") nails, clinchedwhen possible. Filler and Backer Block SizesTJI DepthH2Backer block bothsides of web withsingle TJI joistDOUBLE TJI JOIST FILLER BLOCK Single-Family Applications: Attach withten 10d (0.128" x 3") nails, clinched.Use ten 16d (0.135" x 3½") nails fromeach side with TJI 560 joists. M ulti-Family Applications: Attach withf ifteen 10d (0.128" x 3") nails, clinched.Use fifteen 16d (0.135" x 3½") nailsfrom each side with TJI 560 joists.1109½" or 14"117 8"2109½" or117 8"14" or 16"230 or 3605609½" or 14" or 16" 9½" or 14" or117 8"117 8" 16"FillerBlock(1)(Detail H2)2x62x8CantileverFiller(Detail E4)2x64'-0"long2x10 2x6 3 8" 2x10 3 8" 2x6 ½" 2x10 ½"6'-0" sheathing sheathing sheathing sheathinglong 4'-0" long 6'-0" long 4'-0" long 6'-0" longBackerBlock(1)(Detail F1or H2)5 8"or ¾"2x6 3 8" 2x8 3 8" 2x6 ½" 2x8 ½"sheathing sheathing sheathing sheathing¾" or 7 8"7 8"or 1" netTwo2x6Two2x8Notapplicable2x62x8(1) If necessary, increase filler and backer block height for face mount hangers and maintain 1 8" gap attop of joist. See detail W. Filler and backer block dimensions should accommodate required nailingwithout splitting. The suggested minimum length is 24" for filler and 12" for backer blocks.

WEB STIFFENERS—FLOOR AND ROOF APPLICATIONSGap:1 8" minimum2¾" maximumThree 8d (0.113" x 2½")nails, clinched. Use three16d (0.135" x 31 2") nailsfor TJI 560 joists.1"(1½" forTJI 560joists)WEB STIFFENER REQUIREMENTSRequired at allbirdsmouth cuts.Web stiffener both sides.See sizes below.WRequired at allsloped hangers.Tight fitRequired if the sides of thehanger do not extend tol aterally support at least 3 8"of the TJI joist top flange.WEB STIFFENER SIZESTJI 110 joists: 5 8" x 25 16" minimum(1)TJI 210 joists: ¾" x 25 16" minimum(1)TJI 230 and 360 joists: 7 8" x 25 16" minimum(1)TJI 560 joists: 2x4, construction grade or better Only required at intermediatebearing locations when notedon framing plan. (1) PS1 or PS2 sheathing, face grain verticalTYPICAL ROOF AND WALL FRAMINGDETAIL SCHEDULEOther detailsRoof details (see page 7)R1on bevel plateR1Won bevel plate with web stiffenersR3with variable slope seat connectorR3Wwith seat connector and web stiffenersR5with birdsmouth cutR7intermediate bearingR7Wintermediate bearing with web stiffenersR82 x4 outrigger and filler withbirdsmouth cutR92x4 outrigger without fillerR102x4 outrigger with fillerR10W 2x4 outrigger with filler and web stiffenersR14ridge detailR14Wridge detail, with web stiffenersO2x overhang at end wallSBshear blocking (see page 8)Wweb stiffenersHanger details (see page 8)H5slope adjusted hangerH6header on slopeJoists must be l aterally supported at cantilever and end bearingsby blocking panels, hangers, or direct attachment to a rim board or rim joist.6

Safety bracing (1x4 minimum)at 8' on-center (6' on-center forTJI 110 joists) and extended to abraced end wall. Fasten at eachjoist with two 8d (0.113" x 2½")nails minimum. (See Warningon cover).See Filler and BackerBlocks, page 5H5R14H6R10R72x4 block forsoffit supportBlocking panels orshear blocking optionalfor joist stability ati ntermediate supportsR9OR3R1Install cripplestight to king studat each end ofheaderDouble joistmay berequiredWARNINGJoists are unstable untillaterally braced.See Warning on cover.R10R8Notch aroundTJI joist topflangeTimberStrand LSL blocking:– 1 row at 10'–16' height– 2 rows at 16'–24' height– 3 rows at 24'–30' heightJoists must be laterally supported at cantileverand end bearings by shear blocking, hangers, ordirect attachment to a rim board or rim joistCeiling JoistsLet-inbracingStuds must bedoubled whennotched in middlethird of length.Refer to hole chartsfor allowable holesand notches.R5R124"max.Safety bracing.Lack of properb racing canresult in s erious accidents.SeeAllowableHoles,page 1Lateral bracingrequired atend bearings24" muximmaCeiling joist must bebraced at 18" on-centerDo not bevel cutjoist beyond insideface of wall

7ROOF DETAILSShear blocking:11 8" TJ Rim Board,1¼" TimberStrand LSL,or TJI joistV-cut shear blocking:1¼" TimberStrand LSLrim boardWeb stiffenerrequired on bothsides at R3W ONLYWeb stiffenerrequired on bothsides at R1W ONLYBeveled bearingplate required whenslope exceeds ¼ :12R1 R1W1 3adjacent span maximumVariable slopeseat connector1 3R3 R3Wadjacent span maximumIntermediate BearingBlocking panels or shear blocking may be specifiedfor joist stability at intermediate supportsBeveled web stiffenerrequired on both sides.Cut to match roof slope.TJI joistflange mustbear fully onplate"2'-0 umximam2x4 block forsoffit supportWeb stiffenerrequired on bothsides at R7W ONLYBeveled bearing platerequired whenslope exceeds¼ :12Birdsmouthcut must notoverhanginside faceof plateR5 Birdsmouth cut allowed at low end of joist onlyTwist strap and backer blockrequired at R7S with slopesgreater than 3:12. See NailingRequirements, page 8.R7R7 R7WS

mi 4'-0nim "um2x4 one side. Use 2x4both sides if joistspacing is greaterthan 24" on-center.2x4 one side. Use 2x6if joist spacing is greaterthan 24" on-center.mi 4'-0nim "um2 rows8d (0.113" x 2½")nails at 8" on‑center1½"10d (0.128" x 3")nails at 8" on-centerBeveled 2x4 block withbeveled web stiffeneron opposite side of web0"2'- umximamR8 Birdsmouth cut allowed at low end of joist only2 rows8d (0.113" x 2½")nails at 8" on‑centerFiller0"2'- umximamBeveled web stiffeneron both sidesLSTA18 (Simpson or USP)strap with twelve10d (0.148" x 1½") nails1½"Beveled 2x4 block. Secondbeveled web stiffenerrequired on opposite sideat R10W ONLYBeveled bearingplate required whenslope exceeds ¼ :12R10 R10WBeveled 2x4 blockR9 Birdsmouth cut allowed at low end of joist only2x4 one side. Use 2x4 bothsides if joist spacing isgreater than 24" on-center0"4'- mumnimi-0"2' umximamDouble beveled bearing platewhen slopeexceeds ¼ :12R14 R14WWeb stiffenerrequired onboth sides atR14W ONLYAdditional blockingmay be required forshear transferStrap nails:Leave 23 8"minimum enddistance

8FRAMING CONNECTORSAPPROVED HANGERS The following manufacturers are approved to supply hangersfor Trus Joist products:– Simpson Strong-Tie Co., Inc.: 1-800-999-5099– USP Structural Connectors: 1-800-328-5934 Hanger design loads differ by support type and may exceed thecapacity of the support and/or supported member. Contact yourWeyerhaeuser representative or refer to Weyerhaeuser software.Hanger height mustbe a minimum of 60%of joist depth Top mounthanger NAILING REQUIRE

ROOF FRAMING TJI 110 TJI 210 TJI 230 TJI 360 TJI 560 Joists WARNING: DO NOT walk on joists until braced. INJURY MAY RESULT. WARNING: DO NOT stack building materials on unsheathed joists. Stack only over beams or walls. WARNING: DO NOT walk on joists that are lying flat. May