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  • New Catalog: Connectors for Cold-Formed Steel Construction

    New Catalog: Connectors for Cold-Formed Steel Construction

    Our latest Cold-Formed Steel catalog includes specifications, load tables and installation illustrations for our cold-formed steel connectors and clips, helping you easily specify and install in commercial curtain-wall, mid-rise and residential construction.

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    New Catalog: Connectors for Cold-Formed Steel Construction
  • SET-3G™ Versatile Epoxy Adhesive is Available Where and When You Need It

    SET-3G™ Versatile Epoxy Adhesive is Available Where and When You Need It

    We have your next adhesive anchoring project covered. SET-3G is code listed for extreme temperatures (40° to 100°F) in cracked or uncracked concrete holes that are dry, water-filled, water-saturated or submerged. Manufactured in the US, SET-3G is available where you are and in stock.

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    SET-3G™ Versatile Epoxy Adhesive is Available Where and When You Need It
  • LDSS Spline Solution for Mass Timber

    LDSS Spline Solution for CLT

    Unlike plywood splines that require routing, the LDSS light diaphragm steel spline strap can be placed directly on top of CLT or other mass timber panels. It installs It installs easily and safely with our PRO300SG2 Quik Drive® tool and collated Strong-Drive® WSV Subfloor screws.

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    LDSS Spline Solution for CLT
  • Enclose Buildings Faster with the Edge-Tie™ System

    Edge-Tie System

    Our high-strength solution simplifies installation with an innovative, continuous channel for easy anchor placement. See what the Edge-Tie system can do for your next structural steel job.

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    Edge-Tie System

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