KWIK BOLT TZ2 KB TZ2 ULTIMATE EXPANSION ANCHOR

Carbon steel anchor components plated in accordance with ASTM B633 to a minimum thickness of 5 μm Nuts conform to the requirements of ASTM A563 Grade A Hex Washers meet the requirements of ASTM F844 Expansion sleeves wedges are manufactured from carbon steel Nuts and bolts are finished with a proprietary coating

SSTB 174 Anchor Bolt Simpson Strong Tie

Midwall loads apply when anchor is 1 5 l e or greater from the end For bolts acting in tension simultaneously the minimum bolt center to center spacing is 3 l e SSTB28 SSTB34 and SSTB36 with 3 7 8 quot end distance allowable loads are 6 330 lb

How to Choose Anchor Bolts The Complete Buyer s Guide

So a 1 2″ anchor set with a minimum embedment of 3 5 inches will be a stronger hold than a 1 4″ anchor with a minimum embedment of 1″ Another thing to consider is where the load that the anchor bolts will be holding will be fastened to the concrete

Concrete Anchor Drill Bit Size Chart Haener Block

Drill the hole a 1 2″ deeper than the anchor will penetrate the concrete making sure the minimum embedment requirements of 1 1 2″ is met The hole can be drilled while the fixture is in place You might be interested How Deep Should Anchor Bolts Be in Concrete Bolts are also required to extend a minimum of 7 inches 178 mm into

Fasteners Hilti South Africa

A wide range of chemical anchor fasteners our injectable mortars are also designed for rebar applications and can be used on concrete and masonry Capsule Adhesive Anchors Capsule adhesive anchors covered by international approvals for applications in concrete for sequential applications with fixed embedment depth

Understanding Anchors Fastener Mart

Bottom bearing anchors cannot be used in holes deeper than the anchor Minimum embedment depth varies with the various designs Extra depth during installation is sometimes required like for toggle bolts Toggle Bolts are used in hollow wall applications like drywall and concrete block and are two piece assemblies that consist of a

CLASSIC REFRIGERATION INSTALLATION GUIDE Sub

minimum embedment Clean the hole or drill additional depth to accommodate the drill fines 2 Assemble the washer and nut flush with the end of anchor to protect threads Drive the anchor through the material to be fastened until the washer is flush with the surface material 3 Expand the anchor by tightening the nut 3–5 turns past

Chapter 5 Floors 2015 Michigan Residential Code UpCodes

Bolts extend a minimum of 15 inches into masonry or 7 inches into concrete Anchor bolts connecting cold formed steel framing to the foundation structure are to be installed so that the distance from the center of the bolt hole to the edge of the connected member is not less than one and one half bolt diameters All screw sizes shown are minimum

PTC Mathcad Prime Worksheets Directory Civil Eng

Jun 28 2013 nbsp 0183 32 Computes net pressures on the bulkhead required depth of embedment of the sheet piles maximum bending moment and the bending moment at the tie rod anchor point Applying the Momentum Equation to Determine Water Depth between Bridge Piers This worksheet shows the application of the momentum equation to determine the water depth

SNAPTOGGLE Steel Wall Anchors Heavy Duty Toggle Bolts

SNAPTOGGLE heavy duty toggle bolts carry twice the load in a smaller hole than standard wing anchors A patented strap design with sturdier straps and smaller ratchet interval adjusts more precisely and snaps off flush to the surface

Anchoring To Concrete PDHonline com

anchor ca1 is taken in the direction of applied shear If tension is applied to the anchor ca1 is the minimum edge distance OTHER D 2 – D 4 Loads with high fatigue or impact not covered D 2 4 By Appendix D Anchors and anchor groups can be designed by D 3 1 elastic analysis Plastic analysis may be used

Anchor Bolts for Masonry

standards governing anchor bolts in masonry con struction In new masonry construction anchor bolts are com monly embedded in walls and columns to support beams plates and ledgers In prefabricated panel construction anchor bolts are used to facilitate connections to the structural frame Renovation and rehabilitation of existing

Chapter 19 Concrete California Building Code 2016 Vol 1

1 2 The maximum anchor nominal diameter is 5 8 inch 16 mm 1 3 Anchor bolts are embedded into concrete a minimum of 7 inches 178 mm 1 4 Anchor bolts are located a minimum of 1 3 4 inches 45 mm from the edge of the concrete parallel to the length of the wood sill plate 1 5

STRUCTURE magazine Base Plate Design for Post Installed

The rigid plate assumption permits the stress strain behavior of the anchor bolts and the concrete to be modeled as elastic Anchor geometry embedment depth stiffness and modulus of elasticity e g for post installed anchors Set parameters for a limiting minimum displacement δ anchor min with respect to a rigid assumption based

Holding Down Bolt Design Spreadsheet to BS 5950 BS 8110

Very useful and easy to use spreadsheet for designing all common types of holding down bolts This includes cast in bolts post drilled anchors where resin or grout is used and holding down bolts with anchor plate typically used with positioning cones that are grouted in once columns are in position

DESIGN OF ANCHOR BOLTS EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE MASONRY

The minimum effective embedment length for anchor bolts is four bolt diameters 4d b or 2 in 51 mm whichever is greater see Figure 2 The embedment length of headed bolts l b is measured parallel to the bolt axis from the surface of the masonry to

ASSOCIATION TEXAS WINDSTORM INSURANCE

Uplift Loads on anchor Bolts Three Story Buildings 55 1 Required Bolts for Beam to Piling Connection 58 Maximum Unbraced and Braced Piling Heights 60 Minimum Depth of Embedment Below Natural Grade 63 Minimum Dimensions and Reinforcement for Footings and Piers 66 Maximum Allowable Beam Spans 66 1 Maximum Spans for Floor Joists 68 Minimum

SNAPTOGGLE Heavy Duty Toggle Bolts Heavy Duty Wall

SNAPTOGGLE heavy duty toggle bolts carry twice the load in a smaller hole than standard wing anchors A patented strap design with sturdier straps and smaller ratchet interval adjusts more precisely and snaps off flush to the surface

Anchor Designer™ Software 174 Simpson Strong Tie Site

Oct 07 2021 nbsp 0183 32 Updated minimum spacing for 1 4 inch diameter Titen HD screw anchor for cracked and uncracked concrete in accordance with ICC ES ESR 2713 issued June 2016 Multiple anchor layouts allow for up to 16 anchor bolts in a single base plate It will open a drop down menu for the selected anchor presenting various embedment depths options

Pryda Post Anchors Guide March 2017

Pryda Post Anchor PSFS 75mm maximum 75mm Bolt down –High Wind PSCF – Bolt down Embedment depth to be designed by Structural Engineer to suit uplift capacity and stability of structure Base support Recommend to slope foundation away from anchor base all around Do not cover exposed base plate and stem with debris

SB Anchor Bolt Simpson Strong Tie

Midwall loads apply when anchor is 1 5 l e or greater from the end For bolts acting in tension simultaneously the minimum bolt center to center spacing is 3 l e Full catalog loads apply for two pour installation for slab on grade edge

KB TZ2 TECHNICAL GUIDE Hilti

Table 1B Minimum edge distance spacing and concrete thickness for KB TZ2 Setting information Symbol Units Nominal anchor diameter in 1 4 3 8 1 2 5 8 3 4 Effective min embedment h ef in 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 3 1 4 2 3 4 3 1 4 4 3 1 4 3 3 4 4 3 4 mm 38 51 64 83 70 102 95 121 Min member thickness h min

PDF AASHTO LRFD 2012 Bridge Design Academia edu

AASHTO LRFD 2012 Bridge Design Specifications 6th Ed US PDF

Foundation anchorage – Building Code Basics

TABLE 5 3 Foundation anchor bolts minimum 189 inch diameter and 7 inch embedment Seismic Design Category One and Two Family Dwellings Seismic Design Category Townhouses Stories Maximum Spacing Washer Stories Maximum Spacing Washer A and B 1 2 or 3 6 ft Standard cut A and B 1 2 or 3 6 ft Standard cut CC 1 or 2 6 ft 3 in 3 in 0 229 in

5 51 ANCHORAGE TO CONCRETE CAST IN ANCHORS

surrounding the anchor or group of anchors separating from the member effective embedment depth overall depth through which the anchor transfers force to or from the surrounding concrete effective embedment depth will normally be the depth of the concrete failure surface in tension applications for cast in headed anchor bolts and

Modern Steel Construction AISC

Anchor Embedment Length Anchor Rod Grades Bending of Tee Sections Factors for Base Plates Gusset Plate Yield Line Use of Shims June 2005 Constructability Continuity Plates for IMF Design of HSS Base Plates Fire Resistance of Concrete Filled HSS Columns Minimum Percentage of Composite Punching Shear May 2005 Bolted End Plate Moment Connections

How to Attach Sill Plates to Concrete Foundations

Apr 30 2010 nbsp 0183 32 Minimum embedment for the diameter being used Thickness of the material being fastened Thickness of the nut and washer Minimum length of the wedge anchor needed Ensure that the anchor will be further than the minimum distance from the concrete edge The rule of thumb is a minimum of five anchor diameters from the unsupported edge of

Machine Foundation Design SlideShare

Apr 29 2011 nbsp 0183 32 The process of evaluating the critical soil properties that influence soil structure interaction is probably the most difficult part of the machine foundation design Dr K G Bhatia The significant aspects of soil properties which influence soil structure interactions are Energy transfer mechanism Not quantifiable Soil mass

Design of Steel to Concrete Joints Design Manual II

4 7 Anchor bolts in shear c minimum edge distance effective width length ccr N critical edge distance ccr N L 1 5 hef cw drag coefficient d diameter hef effective embedment depth according to product specifications k coefficient depending on the type of forming

Structural Design of Foundations for the Home Inspector

The most common method of connection calls for a wood sill plate anchor bolts and nailing of the floor framing to the sill plate When the limits of the empirical design method are exceeded the allowable stress design procedure for unreinforced masonry as detailed below provides a more flexible approach by which walls are designed as