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- AMP 500-06
Provides classification designation and recommended specifications for finishes applicable to architectural metals; introduction section plus sections on finishes for aluminum, the copper alloys, stainless steel, carbon steel and iron, and applied coatings. (AMP 500-06)
- AMP 510-92
Photographs, details and specifications of all types of architectural metal stairs and stair components, ranging from strictly functional service stairs to elaborate ornamental stairs; includes load tables and dimensional guides. (AMP 510-92)
- AMP 521-01 (R2012)
A guide for design professionals, the construction industry and the suppliers of railings featuring up-to-date data on the materials appropriate for use in modern pipe railings, graphic representations of some of the more commonly used construction details, recommendations for their proper structural design under current regulations, advice concerning their installation and anchorage, and guidelines for specifying them. (ANSI/NAAMM AMP 521-01)\
Table 2, the fifth column area for 1 ½ inch diameter Schedule 5 pipe, should be 0.375 in2 instead of the .0375 in2 shown.
- AMP 555-92
This Code defines commonly accepted industry practices in the use of architectural metals, which is an all encompassing category, including metal fabrications, ornamental metals, miscellaneous iron, sheet metal fabrications, expansion joint cover assemblies, and numerous other metal products. It will provide guidance from design through construction and should produce economical and efficient benefits, including use of design time, materials and labor, for all parties to the contract. In preparing contract documents, this Code may be incorporated by reference and may be used in the interpretation of contracts. (AMP 555-92)
- FP 1001-07
A comprehensive guide for determining the wind pressure of flagpoles, flag loading, bending moments, shear forces and torsional movements on pole, stress analysis and the calculation procedures for each. And there's an appendix of sample calculations to use for review. (ANSI/ NAAMM FP 1001-07) (and receive the Metal Flag Pole Manual Free)
- FP 1980
Metal Flagpole Manual (FP 1980) - No longer available for download or purchase. To be part of the revision process, contact NAAMM.