A range of metalwork products designed to assist in the fixing of timber joists, trusses, wall plates etc. when connecting timber floor and roof systems to the main masonry structure. Supplied from pre-galvanised material to either BS EN 10346 DX51D Z275 or BS EN 10346 DX51D+Z600 where a heavier coating is required and also available in Stainless Steel 304 Grade Austenitic.
BS6178:Part 1:1990(Min 2.8N/mm²) For supporting timber joists and structural composite timber from masonry walls. A non-welded construction to BS6178. Increased safe working loads, higher side flange and resists rotation.
A quick and safe method of joist trimming for light medium and heavy applications such as supporting floor joists, trimming stair wells, and underslung joists. They have increased hole centres to spread load over greater area.
Supports multiple trusses from primary girder, purlin to beam connections and main trimmer joists. Used for joining timber to timber, masonry or concrete. Available in all timber widths. For higher overall load performance.
This glide shoe is designed to allow horizontal movement at truss bearing without affecting the overall stability of the truss whilst continuing to provide resistance to lateral and uplift forces. Secures raised tie or scissor trusses to the wall plate.
The most effective and economical method of providing strong, mechanical joints for framing of timbers. The unique bending slot allows instant and accurate on-site bending for all 2 and 3 way ties. The reversible design is ideal for a variety of connections.
A nail plate system for manual use which enables the construction of timber structures on site to strengthen joints for non-structural applications. Automated production ensures uniform hole positions.
For butt jointing timbers of a similar cross section with no need to drill and screw which causes weak points. Fix one plate on each corner. Each set consists of 4 pieces and should only be used with a minimum 50mm timber thickness.
An expanded stainless steel mesh to use over vents to exclude birds and insects. This mesh is an economical material for the purpose. It is readily adaptable to various eaves details, is light in weight and easy to handle on site. Coils of mesh in convenient dispensers make site work easier and avoid wastage.
Suitable for most ground conditions this post spike gives the ideal anchor for any common timber post. Drive the spike into the ground using the Powapost™ driving in tool, the four fin spike is designed to help insertion and minimise twisting.
The ideal solution to rotted or gale damaged 75 x 75mm fence posts which have been set into concrete. Simply square off the post at the base and drive the repair spike between the old timber and the concrete, thus eliminating the need to remove the concrete while providing secure support for the new post.