What does Simpson Strong Tie make?
What does Simpson Strong Tie make?
Product Details Simpson Strong-Tie can make a variety of flat and bent steel clips and connectors for cold-formed steel framing. Most custom clips can be punched with different holes and slots.
How much weight can a Simpson Strong Tie bracket hold?
They are attached to the wood framing with nails, Strong-Drive® SD Connector screws and Strong-Drive SDS Heavy-Duty Connector screws or bolts. Post-installed holdowns have have allowable loads ranging from about 850 lb. up to nearly 20,000 lb.
What are the different types of concrete anchors?
Concrete anchors types vary and include concrete screws, hammer-set anchors, lag shields, lead screw anchors, plastic wall plugs, anchor bolts and more.
Are Simpson Strong Tie galvanized?
Simpson Strong-Tie Strong-Drive Timber-Hex screws are hot-dip galvanized in accordance with ASTM A153, Class C. These hot-dip galvanized fasteners have a minimum average of 1.25 oz./ft. Type 316 stainless steel fasteners are compliant with the 2015, 2018 and 2021 IRC and IBC.
Where are Simpson Strong ties made?
the United States
All Simpson Strong-Tie® structural connectors, prefabricated shearwalls, moment frames, and Strong-Rod® systems are designed and engineered in the United States. When possible, our products are made in the US. However, we also source or manufacture some of our product overseas, whether in Europe, Canada, or Asia.
Can you use screws with Simpson Strong Ties?
The Simpson Strong-Tie Strong-Drive® SD Connector screw is the only screw approved for use with our connectors. The allowable loads of stainless-steel connectors match those of carbon-steel connectors when installed with Simpson Strong-Tie® stainlesssteel, SCNR ringshank nails.
What size screws Simpson joist hangers?
SD9 screws replace 8d and 10d common and 1-1/2″ size nails and 16d sinker nails (all nails 0.148″ and 0.131″ diameter) in face-mount hangers and straps. When using SD screws as double-shear fasteners, the 2 1/2″ SD screws are the correct length.
What is the difference between a concrete fastener and a concrete anchor?
A concrete fastener of any type only holds as well as the base material in which it has been fastened. In most cases, the base material gives out, not the anchor itself. When properly set, the concrete fastener pulled to the ultimate load capacity of the anchor will pull out the base material adhered to the anchor.
Which is the best Simpson strong tie screw anchor?
Simpson Strong-Tie tested 5/8”- and 3/4”-diameter carbon-steel Titen HD ® heavy-duty screw anchors for tilt-up wall brace applications. This letter provides allowable loads for Simpson Strong-Tie ® carbon-steel Titen HD ® anchoring into the top of fully grouted CMU construction at a 3″ edge distance.
How big is a Simpson strong beam hanger?
Fastener Production Information and Stuff & Things New products Model No. Joist Size W (in.) H (in.) BA1.56/11.88 1-1/2 in. x 11-7/8 in. 1 9/16 11 7/8 BA1.56/14 1-1/2 in. x 14 in. 1 9/16 14 BA1.56/9.5 1-1/2 in. x 9-1/2 in. 1 9/16 9 1/2 BA1.81/11.25 1-3/4 in. x 11-1/4 in. 1 13/16 11 1/4
Why are Simpson Strong Tie connectors so important?
Simpson Strong-Tie ® creates structural building products that help people create safer and stronger buildings and homes. Strong-Tie ® connectors are manufactured to the highest quality standards.
What’s the minimum width for a BA beam hanger?
Other widths are available; specify W dimension (the minimum W dimension is 1 9/16″). The coating on special BA hangers will depend on the manufacturing process used. Check with your Simpson Strong-Tie representative for details. Hot-dip galvanization available: specify HDG.