CNA

Connector Nail

CNA nails are annular ring shank connector nails with a conical shape under the head. These nails are recommended for structural assemblies and installation of Simpson Strong-Tie connectors to timber, in order to obtain the published load bearing capacities. All tests were performed with this type of nail. CNA nails are stamped ≠ "no equal".

Features

  • Service class 2
  • Electro-galvanized steel
  • Intérieur

Features

Technical approvals : ETA-04/0013
Declarations of Performance : 
Material
  • Steel (class 005 Standard EN10016) - electrogalvanised coating 
Features
  • CE marked to EN14592
  • ETA approved (ETA-04/0013)
  • Conical shape under the head for secure fit in connector holes
  • High pull-out resistance

Applications

Applications

Suitable On
  • Supporting / Supported member: solid wood, composite lumber, glued-laminated wood.
Common Applications

Fixing connectors to timber including solid wood, composite lumber and glued-laminated timber.

  • Joist hanger fastening
  • Angle brackets
  • Straps
  • Nail plates