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This calculator determines the footing and post size for a variety of sign, soil, & wind configurations.
This calculator allows you to find the necessary footer or slab size for a given patio, sunroom, or canopy system.
Use this calculator to determine roof pressures and fastener spacing using existing NOA information. Results shall be reviewed and approved by a licensed engineer before use
Use this interactive tool to find the ideal size & shape of a Diversitech Pad for a given Generator size.
Use this calculator to ensure core drills in concrete can withstand required loading. Order Signed and Sealed calculations by clicking the “Order Engineering” Button.
Use this calculator to determine the required nail spacing for Wall Sheathing and Shear Walls.
This calculator allows you to determine roof uplift pressures by zone as defined by ASCE 7-10.
Find the capacity, deflection, & reactions of a growing variety of mullions from manufacturer’s systems & standard steel & aluminum shapes.
This custom Trex Fencing calculator finds the required footing size for fences with varying wind conditions.
Use this calculator to find the appropriate configuration for a Structall Trellis using our Master Plan Sheet 18-6989.
Use this calculator to find the maximum deflection or maximum forces in a cable using the known cable diameter or known maximum deflection.
This calculator allows you to determine the maximum span of various EMS self mating & cap and pan decking profiles after entering the appropriate design criteria.
This mobile version of our acclaimed ASCE 7-10 tool is useful for quick wind pressures while on-the-go.
This calculator allows you to design a suspended canopy utilizing various EMS components at a glance after entering the appropriate design criteria.
This tool is designed to work for the Cardinal Louvered Roof product and uses the ASCE 7-16 wind code in IBC 2018 to determine wind pressures to use with their span tables.
Find required post footing sizes for a variety of fence and soil conditions.
Use this calculator to find quote material costs for Sportable Scoreboard systems and their foundations.
2” BERTHA™ Polycarbonate Clear Panel Support Page This design aid is the digital counterpart for the Statewide Product Approval FL28390
This tool assists in interpolating between the corner and interior wall wind zones 4 and 5 using ASCE 7-10.
This calculator determines the design wind pressures on four types of “Other Structures” as defined by ASCE 7-10.
This calculator allows you to design an aluminum Flagpole.
This tool determines the capacity of Miami Tech’s AST Aluminum Stand.
This tool determines the capacity of Miami Tech’s AS14 Aluminum Stand.
Interactively determine beams, posts, & footing sizes for a variety of wind & snow conditions for your Struxure Louvered Roof Structure. Please note: Due to high volume of clients utilizing this tool, if this calculator does not respond to your input please open up this calculator within a private browsing session (explained here).
Use this calculator, developed by Engineering Express for DeWalt, to estimate how many adhesive cartridges are needed for a project.
Use this calculator to design your glazing-storefront mullions for resistance against flood and wind.
Use this design aid to help determine the capacity of host structure columns and walls to withstand a variety of reactions from various end retention systems.
Find the proper size & weight of a mechanical equipment pad for wind resistance
This tool calculates the weight of a material for a given length & width
Use this tool to calculate the expansion or contraction of material lengths based on differential temperatures.
Use this tool to calculate the section properties for a box beam, pipe, c-channel, and plate.
This tool calculates the amount of resin to purchase for a given installation of anchors.
This legacy calculator (circa 2008) (in FLASH, won’t work on phones/tablets and some browsers) follows the Powers anchoring system 5th edition manual for determining the capacity of anchors in a variety of concrete types and installation conditions.
Warning: This wind pressure calculator applies ONLY to projects using older building codes that still adopt this standard.