Wood required by Section 2304.11 to be preservative treated shall bear the quality mark of an inspection agency that maintains continuing supervision, testing and inspection over the quality of the preservative-treated wood. Inspection agencies for preservative-treated wood shall be listed by an accreditation body that complies with the requirements of the American Lumber Standards Treated Wood Program, or equivalent. The quality mark shall be on a stamp or label affixed to the preservative-treated wood, and shall include the following information:
- Identification of treating manufacturer.
- Type of preservative used.
- Minimum preservative retention (pcf).
- End use for which the product is treated.
- AWPA standard to which the product was treated.
- Identity of the accredited inspection agency.
- The identification mark of an approved agency in accordance with Section 1703.5.
- Identification of the treating manufacturer.
- The name of the fire-retardant treatment.
- The species of wood treated.
- Flame spread and smoke-developed index.
- Method of drying after treatment.
- Conformance with appropriate standards in accordance with Sections 2303.2.5 through 2303.2.8.
- For fire-retardant-treated wood exposed to weather, damp or wet locations, include the words "No increase in the listed classification when subjected to the Standard Rain Test" (ASTM D 2898).
The written, graphic and pictorial depiction of each individual truss shall be provided to the building official for approval prior to installation. Truss design drawings shall also be provided with the shipment of trusses delivered to the job site. Truss design drawings shall include, at a minimum, the information specified below:
1. Slope or depth, span and spacing;
2. Location of all joints and support locations;
3. Number of plies if greater than one;
4. Required bearing widths;
5. Design loads as applicable, including;
5.1. Top chord live load;
5.2. Top chord dead load;
5.3. Bottom chord live load;
5.4. Bottom chord dead load;
5.5. Additional loads and locations; and
5.6. Environmental design criteria and loads (wind, rain, snow, seismic, etc.).
7. Adjustments to wood member and metal connector plate design value for conditions of use;
8. Maximum reaction force and direction, including maximum uplift reaction forces where applicable;
9. Metal-connector-plate type, size and thickness or gage, and the dimensioned location of each metal connector plate except where symmetrically located relative to the joint interface;
10. Size, species and grade for each wood member;
11. Truss-to-truss connections and truss field assembly requirements;
12. Calculated span-to-deflection ratio and maximum vertical and horizontal deflection for live and total load as applicable;
13. Maximum axial tension and compression forces in the truss members; and
14. Required permanent individual truss member restraint location and the method and details of restraint/bracing to be used in accordance with Section 2303.4.1.2.