Steel stud

Steel stud

A bent steel sheet-metal stud with holes punched out in the widest face; used as interior framing for drywall construction.

steel stud

one type of steel square
An upright post or support (i.e., a stud) fabricated of sheet steel; usually one of many in constructing a stud partition.
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The one-piece, 1/2-inch solid 303 stainless steel stud with a 5/16-inch thread (patent pending) is secured with a nylon insert locknut.
3 series features a polished zinc die cast handle with steel stud or female bushing.
ASHRAE and IECC have prescriptively increased the required use of continuous insulation (ci) in steel stud exterior wall designs to reduce thermal bridging, where heat flows around the insulation by means of high conductivity attachments.
The second updated edition of Basic Model Railroad Benchwork offers beginners and experienced modelers a fine collection of details on model railroad benchwork, updating all pages, photos and drawings and adding new information on using extruded foam board and steel stud benchwork.
It includes keynote lectures and papers on a broad variety of topics, including: free water influence on the dynamic tensile behavior of concrete, numerical modeling of honeycomb energy dissipating materials, a multi-scale fracture model for quasi-brittle materials, the influence of loading rate on shear failure resistance of RC beams, a numerical simulation of a terrorist attack, composite steel stud blast panel design and experimental testing, and real scale experiments on rockfall protection barriers.
Sensing elements are housed within a rugged, hermetically sealed stainless steel stud mount package.
The 8344 is a piezoelectric DeltaShear accelerometer with integral electronics, and can be mounted on a test object with an M5 threaded steel stud.
It consists of two primary component parts molded of 30 percent glass-filled polypropylene, held together by an embedded stainless steel stud and mounted between a check valve and flat fan nozzle.
In a recent test conducted by Omega Point Laboratories, a gypsum and steel stud wall assembly was exposed to fire for two hours followed by a hose-stream test.
These partitions require no screws or clips but use a patented design steel stud with roll formed panel/stud interlock which has a one hour fire rating.
Steel stud walls are constructed in place as opposed to building them on the floor and then raising them into place.
A wood stud weighs three times as much as a steel stud.