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#85415 - 07/02/03 04:01 AM 334.15(C)
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In reference to 334.15(C) what is meant by "angles"? If I install a 4/O SER on the face or the studs in a straight line across the studs is this code compliant?

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#85416 - 07/02/03 08:29 AM Re: 334.15(C)
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I believe that normally 90^ & 270^ = Perpendicular, 0^ & 180^ = Parallel so these are not included in "angles".
Any derivation from the above would be the angles that are being addressed.

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#85417 - 07/02/03 09:49 AM Re: 334.15(C)
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anything not parallel to the framing members is an 'angle.' See the NECH - there is a color graphic showing the intent of this section.

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