At Interior Drywall Solutions, we have a Wall Studs and Variety of Hemmed Track sections that are specially designed with strength and safety in mind. Using them will result in less injuries being sustained on the site. This is due to the hemmed return lip. Its enhanced rigidity makes sure that unwanted rotation doesn’t occur, while also ensuring that there are no sharp edges.
The stud face has a vertical rip. It is there so that the wall linings are able to be placed centrally. This means that fixing is a task that can be completed easier and with greater speed. For those out there who want better screw location, there is a deeper knurling that ensures this. Add to this the fact that the studs lock together perfectly. The resulting boxed stud profile is beyond reproach.
When it comes to building code requirements, our Steel Stud Drywall Framing System complies with all of the relevant ones. This includes load bearing, seismic, acoustic and fire-rated building codes.
There are bell mouthed service holes on our 0.50bmt, 0.55bmt and 0.75bmt Wall Studs. There are no sharp edges protruding from them making the need for fitting grommets completely non-existent when electrical cabling is involved.
Your internal wall framing is going to require noggings. Fortunately, we have a massive range of noggings for you to choose from. Each different nogging is for a different purpose.
One such variety of noggings are the one that is installed while steel stud framing is being carried out. An example of this type of nogging is the continuous nogging track and the double punched nogging track. There is also a nogging that is installed when the stud framing process is concluded.
All of these complementary components and different sizes, including special cleats, nogging tracks and curved tracks, means that all situations are being catered to.