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Last edited 05 Apr 2018
A nogging (or occasionally noggin) is a strut used to give rigidity to a framework, fixed between joists or studs to their increase strength and stiffness. They are commonly used to brace floors or to stiffen timber stud frames.
In Scotland, noggings may be referred to as ‘dwangs’.
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