A C-section, vertical framing member used to construct walls and partitions. The stud supports vertical loads and/or transfers lateral loads.
A U-shaped member, used for applications such as top and bottom track for walls, that has slits in the web allowing for the installation of plumbing, electrical, and other trade installation.
A U-shaped member used for applications such as top and bottom track for walls and rim track for floor joists. The track has a web and flanges, but no lips. Track web depth measurements are taken to the inside of the flanges.
The part of a C-section that connects the two flanges.
A characteristic of the basic strength of the steel material. It is the highest unit stress that the material can endure before permanent deformation occurs.