Although there are several types of bracing, pipe or tubular braces are the most common. They usually have a turnbuckle welded between sections for adjustment. Some braces are also made with telescoping sleeves for greater adaptability. Cable braces are normally used for temporary bracing and for very tall panels. However, their flexibility and tendency to stretch make them unsuitable for most projects. Wood bracing is seldom used except for low, small panels or for temporary bracing.
Jointing the panels is simple. Just tie all the panels together, covering the gap between them. You can weld, bolt, or pour concrete columns or beams. Steps used to tie the panels should be stated in the plans and specs.Continue Reading