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Excerpt from "Installation of the HBS Composite Action System's continous plate prior to erection of beam poses tripping hazard.[1926.754(c)(1)(i)]"
In your letter, you provide a description of the HBS Composite Action System which is designed to be used in lieu of shear connectors and serve the purpose of providing composite action between the steel and the concrete. As we understand it, in general terms, the HBS System consists of a continuous plate shop-welded on edge to and along the top flange of the beam. The continuous plate has holes periodically spaced through which V-shaped reinforcing bars will pass. The reinforcing bars are inserted through the holes after the formwork has been placed. The formwork provides a working surface from which to install the reinforcing bars.

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