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Structural engineering general discussion FAQ

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Is technical information on GRANCO Cofar Steel Floor & Roof products available? by SlideRuleEra
Posted: 27 Jul 05 (Edited 29 Jul 05)

In the 1960's & 1970's GRANCO Steel manufactured permanent steel decking which combines forms & reinforcement (cofar), raceways (electrical or HVAC) that are integral with the floor, roof decking, and similar products. The company has been out of business for many years. However, from time-to-time detailed technical data about these products is useful for Engineers working on existing structures. For the benefit of those needing this information the "1969 GRANCO Floor/Roof Catalog" and available "1975 GRANCO Cofar Floor/Roof Catalog Extracts" are posted (.pdf format) for download at www.slideruleera.net

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