Structural Connectors Catalog 2015-2016

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76 (800) 521-9790 HT1 HT2 HT10A HT8 7" 6" 3" 2⁹⁄₁₆" HT11 7" 6" 3" 3¹⁄₈ " HT10-2 HT2/90° (HT4/90° Similar) HT HURRICANE TIES Design Features… eliminate expensive, time consuming rafter notching… provide wind and seismic ties for trusses and rafters… fulfill specifications for resistance to lateral and uplift conditions… also for general purpose tie use, strongback or attachments where one member crosses another… HT2.5N is designed for tying rafter or truss to the top of two plates. The sixteen design configurations include: (1) HT1, HT10, HT10R, HT10-2, HT11, and HT14 are one direction. The HT10-2 attaches a 2-ply rafter or a ceiling joist and rafter to the top plate. (2) HT2 – combination. (3, 4) HT3 and HT2.5T – manufactured in pairs for right and left hand use. (5, 6) HT4 and HT5 – a new design that provides higher allowable loads and requires fewer nails. The new hurricane ties allow for installation on the inside of the member without interfering with the sheet rock, or for installation on the outside of the member without interfering with the sheathing material. The HT5 is designed to tie the top of two wall plates to the rafter. (7) HT6, HT7 and HT8 – the largest of all hurricane ties, made from heavy 16 and 18 ga. galvanized steel for high load capacity, and used to tie joists, studs, trusses, plates and all other wood members. (8) HT2/90° and HT4/90° – these ties connect the joist or rafter to a double top plate at a 45° angle. Manufactured sizes allow for both 2x and 4x conditions. After attaching the HT2/90° or HT4/90° to a double top plate, install the rafter at any slope up to 45° and finish nailing. Material… 18 ga. and 16 ga. galvanized steel. Code Report Reference(s)… ESR-2929 HT2.5T (HT3 Similar) HT5 (HT4 Similar) HT6 HT7 HT1 HT14 HT2A

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