• The strength and ductility of structural and cold-formed steel framing, along with the holding power of cold-formed connections make it the perfect material for high wind speed and seismic construction sites.
  • Long term maintenance costs are reduced because steel is resistant to rot, mold, termite and insect infestation.
  • Good indoor air quality is promoted because steel does not emit volatile organic compounds.
  • Steel is “Green” because it contains a minimum of 25% recycled steel and is 100% recyclable.
  • Steel does not shrink, split or warp.
  • Zinc coating on steel framing materials can protect against corrosion for hundreds of years.
  • Steel studs are easier to handle because it weights 1/3 less than wood studs.

All steel studs have a four part identification code which identifies the size (both depth and flange width), style, and material thickness of each member.





Note: For those sections where two different yield strengths (33 ksi and 50 ksi) are shown, the yield strength used in the design, if greater than 33 ksi, needs to be identified on the design and ordering of steel (i.e., 600S162-54[50 ksi]).

Steel Studs


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Steel Studs

At Triad Corrugated Metal, Inc. we produce cut to length, structural Stud and Track profiles out of mid-to-heavy gauge steel for load-bearing applications. These profiles are typically used in commercial and residential applications. Knockouts can be punched into the material as it is being formed to allow for plumbing, electrical, or bridging.

The benefits of using Steel Stud and Track systems for your project are:

Our Steel Studs are available in 16, 18, 20, 22 and 25 gauge, and come in Standard Lengths of 8, 10, 12, and 14 feet. Custom Cut Lengths are available. Our tracks are available in 1-1/4" and double track 2."  They are available in 16, 18, 20, 22 and 25 gauge steel.

Contact our knowledgeable sales staff and they can customize a Steel Stud and Track system for you.

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