- Pre-galvanised mild steel.
- Load capacity in all directions
- Improved capacities for full and partial nailing
- Supporting member: solid wood, glued-laminated wood, concrete, steel, etc.
- Supported member: solid wood, composite lumber, glued-laminated wood, triangular trusses, profiles, etc.
When to Use
- Fastening of small trusses.
- Cladding plates, cladding uprights.
- Rafter anchors, cantilevers, headers, etc.
Simplified product capacities - Timber to rigid support - 2 angles brackets
|References||Simplified product capacities - Timber to Concrete|
|Number of Fasteners||Simplified characteristic capacities - Timber C24 - 2 angle brackets per connection [kN]|
|Joist||Flange B||R1.k*||R2.k = R3.k|
*The published characteristic capacity is based on short term load duration and service class 2 according to EC5 (EN 1995) – kmod = 0.9. For other load duration and service class, please refer to the ETA to get more accurate capacities.
The bolt design resistance requirement R#,d is determined from (bolt factor x connection design load F#,d) for the required load direction and fastener. Refer to the Simpson Strong-Tie anchor product range for suitable anchors. Typical anchor solutions are BOAXII, SET-XP, WA, AT-HP, depending on the concrete type, spacing and edge distances.
To obtain the resistance values for a single bracket, the values in the above table should be divided by two, provided that the supported beam is locked in rotation. Please consult our ETA-06/0106 if the beam is free to rotate.
- CNA annular ring-shank nails dia. 4.0 x 35 or dia. 4.0 x 50 mm.
- CSA screws dia. 5.0 x 35 mm or CSA screws dia. 5.0 x 40 mm.
- LAG screws.
- Mechanical anchor: WA M10-78/5 OR WA M12-104/5 pin.
- Chemical anchor: AT-HP resin + LMAS M10-120/25 or LMAS M12-150/35 threaded rod.
Hollow masonry substrate:
- Chemical anchor: AT-HP or POLY-GP resin + LMAS M12-150/35 threaded rod + SH M16-130 screen.