Load-bearing internal walls bear the vertical load from the inserted ceiling and/or roof. The rigidity of load-bearing internal walls comes from chipboard installed on both sides of the frame, which comes as standard in our walls. The thickness of the frame for load-bearing internal walls depends on the load diagram, which is based on the architectural solution of a particular building and on the snow load at the building’s location.
The accompanying image shows a principal solution for a load-bearing internal wall.