This new method of treating wood products is gaining momentum: -- USDA Forestry Division rates compound as 100% effective for wood retention with virtually no leaching and no adverse UV affects -- Favorable EPA studies, with approval for consumer use expected shortly and possible special registration or waiver provision enabling use as a non-toxic pesticide -- Endorsement and recommendation of the Truss Plate Institute and Wood Truss Council of America -- Testing, manufacturing, and distribution agreements with major processors and lumber companies in Florida, South Carolina, Washington, and Illinois For more information, a contributed article, or to set up an interview, please contact Mike Toomey at 508-919-2092, fax 508-919-2096, email: mike@technologymarketing.
What does TPI stand for?
TPI stands for Truss Plate Institute
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- Transistorized Pointless Ignition (motorcycles)
- Transpacific Industries Group Ltd. (Australia)
- Transport Service Programmers Interface
- Transportability Problem Item
- Travel Planners International (Maitland, FL)
- Travel Professionals International (Canada)
- Treads per Inch (tires)
- Tribunal Pénal International (French: International Criminal Tribunal; Netherlands)
- Tribunale Penale Internazionale (International Court of Justice, The Netherlands)
- Trigger Point Injection
- Tsutsunaka Plastic Industry (Japan)
- Tuned Port Injection
- Turfgrass Producers International
- Turkish Patent Institute (Turkey)
- Turning Point, Inc. (Safety Harbor, FL)
- Turns Per Inch (machining and welding)
- Twisted Pair Interface (electronic components)
- Two Person Integrity
- Transphilic Acid
- Triose Phosphate Isomerase 1
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The Truss Plate Institute (TPI) and the Wood Truss Council of America (WTCA) have produced a new and improved guide for jobsite safety and truss performance.
The Truss Plate Institute (TPI) recently updated its national design standards and added a provision submitted by WWPA to permit the use of finger-jointed lumber in metal-plate-connected wood trusses.