Available in left and right profiles, Triple Grip are strong and economical connectors for timber joints
These pre-punched and formed galvanised steel timber connectors are:
The economical way of achieving a strong, rigid structure.
Quick and easy to install.
Available in two profiles - Left Hand (LH) and Right Hand (RH).
More effective than skew or end nailing; and
Have the necessary strength to ensure transfer of load forces across the joint.
Triple Grips are typically used for the following applications:
Connecting of Rafters to Wall Plate
Connecting of Roof Trusses to Wall Plate.
Jack flyovers to truncated truss
TIE DOWN CAPACITY
|Joint Group||Tie down capacity (kN) per Triple Grip|
Dead Load + Wind Load
NOTE: The capacities are derived from AS1720-2010 and are for uplift in houses where failure is unlikely to affect an area greater than 25m2. For primary elements in structures other than houses or elements in a house for which failure would be greater than 25m2 these capacities must be multiplied by 0.94. For primary joints in essential services or post disaster buildings multiply by 0.88. For 2/Triple Grips the table values can be doubled.
A minimum of 10/30mm x 2.8Ø Multinail nails must be used to fix each Triple Grip for full tabulated values.
DESCRIPTION AND PACKAGING
Manufactured from 1.0mm Galvanised G300 Z275 Steel
|Description||Product Code||Reference Code||Carton quantity||Carton kg.|
|30mm x 2.8Ø Multinail Nails (TA302)|