e-frame [wall] M10 meets and/or exceeds the MGP10 Pine Structural Design Properties prescribed in AS1720.1 – 2010 in all residential wall framing applications. Most importantly, every piece of e-frame [wall] M10 is engineered for absolute straightness.
- Engineered for straightness, consistency and guaranteed performance
- e-frame for wall framing applications – studs and plates – is supplied untreated
- e-frame [wall] M10 is easily treated to e2S, H2 LOSP and H3 Hazard levels if required
- e-frame [wall] M10 can be used in all residential wall framing applications including studs, plates and noggins
e-frame [wall] M10 can be used in all residential wall framing applications including studs, plates and noggins. Available sizes are below.
| || ||Depth (mm)||Thickness (mm)||Length Availability|
| ||e-frame [wall] M10||90||35||5.4m, and 6.0 only|
| || ||90||45||5.4m, and 6.0 only|
e-frame [wall] M10 Multiple Sections The use of multiple e-frame [wall] M10 sections is permitted using vertically nail laminated members. Multiple e-frame [wall] M10 members are to be laminated in accordance with AS1684.2:2010 or the Wesbeam Technical Information Sheet – Multiple Section LVL Members.
e-frame [wall] M10 Span Tables In order to determine an e-frame [wall] M10 wall framing member size, simply use the MGP10 Span Table listed in AS1684.2:2010 Span Table Supplements – Part 2: Noncyclonic areas, for the relevant wall framing member size – 90 x 35mm or 90 x 45mm – and wall framing application – stud or plate.