What Is a Girder Truss?

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Girder truss is a truss consisting of 2 or more coupled together and intended handle exceptional loads; for instance those imposed by other trusses attached to it. It is a nailplate roof truss that behaves like a truss, but it is stronger than the standard truss.
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