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  • n. Plural form of shearwall.

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Examples

  • The building uses a lateral system of concrete shearwalls; three of these walls were left exposed in the unit and a smooth concrete skim coat was applied over the top.

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  • The seismic zone requires large continuous shearwalls, the energy code limits the amount of glass and most window manufacturers are hesitant to warranty corner windows.

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  • Sales of anchor products increased over the same period in the prior year while sales of shearwalls decreased.

  • Pleasanton, California, through its subsidiary, Simpson Strong-Tie Company Inc., designs, engineers and is a leading manufacturer of wood-to-wood, wood-to-concrete and wood-to-masonry connectors and fastening systems, stainless steel fasteners and pre-fabricated shearwalls.

  • Strong-Tie Company Inc., designs, engineers and is a leading manufacturer of wood-to-wood, wood-to-concrete and wood-to-masonry connectors and fastening systems, stainless steel fasteners and pre-fabricated shearwalls.

    Simpson Manufacturing Co., Inc. Announces Third Quarter Results - Yahoo! Finance

  • Inc., headquartered in Pleasanton, California, through its subsidiary, Simpson Strong-Tie Company Inc., designs, engineers and is a leading manufacturer of wood-to-wood, wood-to-concrete and wood-to-masonry connectors and fastening systems, stainless steel fasteners and pre-fabricated shearwalls.

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