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Seismic Design in Walls and Ceilings

As a world leader in innovative building solutions, Studco has developed a comprehensive range of products and systems for use seismic designs. Seismic design solutions are available…

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Durability in Corrosive Environments

Basic principles to follow to minimise the risk of corrosion when installing galvanised steel sections…

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How to Back Block Plasterboard Joints

Studco B005 Butt Joint Batten has been developed with the plasterboard industry and provides a consistent recess shape for the finishing of joints when installed as per the plasterboard manufacturer’s recommendation…

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How to Brace Steel Stud Walls

The purpose of a nogging in a steel stud wall is to provide support and to prevent twisting of the studs during the installation of lining board…

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How to Build a Lightweight Steel Lintel

Many openings for windows and doors require special design consideration to ensure that the weight of the wall above the opening is suitably catered for and to ensure that any pressure…

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How to Build Curved Walls and Bulkheads

Constructing a curved wall requires considerable skill and forethought and is dependent on a number of variable factors. To save time and produce a quality finish, Studco EzyTrack is the answer you have been looking for…

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Reduce Construction Time With Studco Nogging Brackets

A general instruction for how to build a steel stud wall. However, requirements may vary for different types of wall structures, so it is recommended to contact Studco’s technical team for design advice on your project…

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How to Build A Steel Stud Wall

As a world leader in innovative building solutions, Studco has developed a comprehensive range of products and systems for use seismic designs. Seismic design solutions are available…

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Noggings in Curved Steel Stud Walls

The purpose of a nogging in a steel stud wall is to provide support and to prevent twisting of the studs during the installation of lining board…

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Structure Deflection vs Ceiling Deflection

The ceiling in your home or apartment is generally constructed from plaster lining boards fixed to metal battens or fixed to a metal framing system that is suspended from the structure. Ceilings are decorative in purpose and are not generally considered to be a structural element…

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Framing Structure Options for Internal Doorways

Detailed framing systems are essential to ensuring strong internal doorways. Understanding the framing process is crucial in preventing potential structural problems and plasterboard cracking…

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Measuring up for EzyJamb SRC and EZC

A lot of you are familiar with our tried and true EzyJamb® system and have ordered these plenty of times. With the introduction of EzyJamb SRC, we thought it would be a great time to…

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External Soffit Ceilings

An external soffit ceiling is any ceiling built outdoors or subject to external wind pressures, such as a verandah on a multi-storey apartment, a covered walkway or a wet-weather shelter at a sports pavilion. We regularly hear reports of incorrect installations of external soffit ceilings…

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Stud Cut-Out Guide

When installing doorways and windows in internal steel studs walls, special consideration is needed to ensure these openings do not ‘disrupt’ the integrity of the wall. Insufficient structure around the opening may cause failure in the wall in its static form or due to excessive impact after installation…

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Internal Doors and Windows Made Simple

When installing doorways and windows in internal steel studs walls, special consideration is needed to ensure these openings do not ‘disrupt’ the integrity of the wall. Insufficient structure around the opening may…