Angle

A rake and low wall secondary framing member.

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A Tough Fastening Base

Angles (or Base Angle) are secondary steel framing members used for to fasten panels into at the low end of walls (eave or rake), as well as the upper end of rake walls. Available in red oxide or galvanized, Angles are standard at 20′ long, though some locations can cut to length.

Design & Size

Angle lengths are provided in standard lengths of 20’, though some locations can cut to length.

Size

Width Varies by Use
Length: 20' Standard

Gauge & Weight

16ga (some locations): Weight Varies By Profile
14ga: Weight Varies By Profile

Warranty & Finish

Metal framing components carry no specific warranty. Finish options include red iron (red oxide) and galvanized. Red iron is the more common finish and typically available in more sizes and gauges.

Purpose & Use

Angles are secondary steel framing members most commonly used to fasten panels into at the low end of walls (eave or rake), as well as the upper end of rake walls.

The shape of Angles does not allow end lapping – they are butted together. For the low end of walls, fastening is most commonly into concrete using concrete screws or using concrete screws, wedge anchors or bolts. For the upper end of rake walls, fastening is most commonly using bolts or heavy gauge screws, though welding may be applicable in some construction methods.

Intent

Commercial
Industrial

Colors
Red Iron (Most Common - AKA Red Oxide)
Galvanized (Verify Availability)

Available finishes vary by branch, size, and gauge. Color accuracy is limited by scanning and viewing conditions.

Resources

Primarily PDF downloads, these resources provide general, installation, and testing data.

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