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Verulam

The fairly long discussion which has taken place on trussed rafters, connector plates and associated aspects has brought a fairly vigorous response from Mr. H. J. Andrews in their defence. He writes: I feel the time has come to respond to some of the absurdities that are being quoted in your column 'Queries, Comments, Correspondence and Curiosities' in connection with trussed rafters, and more recently the addition of joist hangers (Sept. 1977). Verulam