JB/JBA/LB/LBAZ/BA/B/HHB Joist, Beam and Purlin Hangers
The new, next-generation LBAZ and JBA hangers provide higher loads for 2x10, 2x12 and 2x14 members in 14 gauge and 18 gauge steel, respectively. The new nail locations on the JBA enable effective use with nailers.
The B and BA hangers are cost-effective hangers featuring min/max joist-nailing option. Min Nailing featuring Positive Angle Nailing targets moderate load conditions, whereas the Max Nailing generates capacities for higher loads. The unique two level embossment provides added stiffness to the top flange.
See tables. See Hanger Options for hanger modifications, which may result in reduced loads.
BA, JB, JBA, LB, LBAZ and B—Galvanized; HHB–all saddle hangers and all welded sloped and special hangers—Simpson Strong-Tie® gray paint. BA, LB, B and HHB may be ordered hot-dip galvanized, specify HDG.
- Use specified fasteners. See General Notes and nailer table.
- LBAZ, BA, B and HHB may be welded to steel headers with weld size to match material thickness (approximate thickness shown). The minimum required weld to the top flanges is 1/8" x 2" (1/8" x 1 7/16" for LBAZ) fillet weld to each side of each top flange tab for 14 and 12 gauge and 3/16" x 2" fillet weld to each side of each top flange tab for 7 gauge. Distribute the weld equally on both top flanges. Welding cancels the top and face nailing requirements. Consult the code for special considerations when welding galvanized steel. The area should be well-ventilated. Weld on applications produce the maximum allowable down load listed. For uplift loads refer to technical bulletin Top-Flange Hangers Welded to Structural Steel Members (T-WELDUPLFT).
- Ledgers must be evaluated for each application separately. Check TF dimension, nail length and nail location on ledger.
- Refer to technical bulletin Sloped Joist in Non-Sloped Hangers (T-SLOPEJST) for information regarding load reductions on selected hangers which can be used without modification to support joists which have shallow slopes (≤3/4:12).
B and HHB
- Other widths are available; specify W dimension (the minimum W dimension is 1 9/16" for B and 3 1/4" for HHB).
- See Hanger Options. BA, JB, JBA, LB and LBAZ hangers cannot be modified. Use LBV as an alternative for the JBA/LBAZ.
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LBV/B/HB Hanger Special Order WorksheetT-LBV-B-HB-WS06This editable PDF worksheet simplifies the ordering of special order LBV, B and HB hangers.Worksheet
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Installer's Pocket GuideS-C-INSTALL16S-C-INSTALL16 is a guide featuring updated products, new color illustrations and easier navigation. Some popular structural fastening and anchoring products have also been added.Installation Guide
Allowable Loads for Top-Flange Joist Hangers Installed on NailersT-C-NAILUPLFT16A one-page, double-sided technical bulletin including allowable load and installation information for many common top-flange joist hangers installed on wood nailers.Technical Bulletin
Panelized Roof SystemsT-C-PRS15Learn about the guidelines for designing and installing our connectors to meet the requirements of the 2009 IBC for structures using panelized wood roof systems with concrete or masonry walls.Technical Bulletin
Sloped Joist in Non-Sloped HangersT-C-SLOPEJST14A bulletin on the performance of non-sloped hangers used to support a sloped joist; includes reduction factors from previous versions plus B, ITS, HU and W series hangers.Technical Bulletin
The Complete Line of BA, LBV, B and HB HangersT-C-BSERIES15Contains our full line of B-series hangers for solid-sawn and engineered-wood products. Explains the modifications available for the series and load reduction factors.Technical Bulletin
Top-Flange Hanger Reductions For Multiple-Ply HeadersT-C-MPLYHEADR16A one-page flier discussing reduction factors for top-flange hangers installed on multi-ply headers.Technical Bulletin
Top-Flange Joist Hangers Installed On Walls Over Wood Structural Panel Sheathing or DrywallT-C-TFWALL16A two-page technical bulletin providing allowable loads for top-flange joist hangers installed on walls, either over wood structural panel sheathing or over gypsum board.Technical Bulletin
Top-Flange Hangers Welded to Structural Steel MembersT-C-WELDUPLFT16A one-page technical bulletin describing the welding requirements and restrictions for attaching Simpson Strong-Tie top-flange hangers to structural steel hangers.Technical Bulletin
Hangers Installed with PAFL-C-TFPAF15ITS, MIT, LBV, and BA Hangers Installed on a Steel Header with Powder-Actuated Fasteners.Engineering Letter
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See Hanger Options for hanger modifications, which may result in reduced loads.
B Series With Various Header Applications
- Uplift loads are based on DF/SP lumber and have been increased for wind or earthquake loading with no further increase allowed. Reduce where other loads govern.
- For SPF use 0.86 x DF/SP uplift load.
- Where noted for single-ply joist hangers use 6-10dx1 1/2" nails.
- NAILS: 16d = 0.162" dia. x 3 1/2" long, 10d = 0.148" dia. x 3" long, 10dx1 1/2 = 0.148" dia. x 1 1/2" long. See other nail sizes.
- Uplift values are for DF/SP nailers only. Refer to technical bulletin T-C-NAILUPLFT for SPF values
- For joist members 2 1/2" or wider, 16dx2 1/2" joist nails should be installed for additional uplift loads on the 3x and 4x nailer applications of 970 lbs. and 1010 lbs. respectively.
- If joist nailing is increased to (8)-10dx1 1/2, higher uplift loads are allowed. See technical bulletin T-C-NAILUPLFT.
- If joist nailing is increased to (6)-16dx2 1/2, higher uplift loads are allowed for joist members at least 2 1/2" wide. See technical bulletin T-C-NAILUPLFT.
- Attachment of nailer to supporting member is by the Designer.