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Inryco Type 'V' Composite Deck, Historic

Inryco Type 'V' Composite Deck, Historic

Inryco Type 'V' Composite Deck, Historic

(OP)
Hey everyone,

I'm working on a steel composite building from circa 1982. The deck type is Inryco, Type 'V' 2" deep with 2.5" concrete fill. Anyone have an old catalog with properties/load tables for this deck type?

Thanks in advance!

Licensed Structural Engineer and Licensed Professional Engineer (Illinois)

RE: Inryco Type 'V' Composite Deck, Historic

I've got a 1981 Inryco/Milcor Steel Framing Systems Catalog (number 37-1) but it only has studs, etc.

I'll keep looking but I probably don't.

RE: Inryco Type 'V' Composite Deck, Historic

I may. I'll check at work monday.

Mike McCann
MMC Engineering

RE: Inryco Type 'V' Composite Deck, Historic

(OP)
I actually started on the path SITA suggested the same time I created this post. Wasn't sure which would come through first, looks like the company this time. I'm glad I tracked it down, it is quite a bit different than 2" composite decks from Vulcraft or other current suppliers that I'm aware of.

I've attached the file for posterity, in case someone else comes looking for it someday.

Thanks everyone.

Licensed Structural Engineer and Licensed Professional Engineer (Illinois)

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