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Strong-Rod® ATS Components

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Strong-Rod fully threaded rod (all-thread rod) is the tension transfer element that can be used within both the Anchor Tiedown System for shearwall overturning restraint (ATS) and the wind uplift restraint (URS) system. Fully threaded rod is available in standard-strength, high-strength and higher-strength rod material in diameters up to 2".

Key Features

  • Fewer anchor bolts and fasteners, along with easy access to the top and bottom of the wall, result in more efficient installation
  • Design procedures that account for cumulative overturning
  • An easy-to-use anchor bolt template for concrete contractors
  • Preattached steel studs and predrilled holes where framers and electricians need them for wiring
  • No bearing plates to install; walls can be placed flush against a corner
  • Uses the same anchor bolt templates as single-story installation
  • Compression loads transferred by nut/rod

Material

  • Standard (Model ATR_) – ATSM F1554 Grade 36, A36 or A307
    min Fy = 36 ksi, min Fu = 58 ksi and not to exceed 80 ksi
  • High-Strength (Model ATS-HSR_) – ASTM A449 Type 1, may be used for 1" diameter and under
    min Fy = 92 ksi, min Fu = 120 ksi
  • High-Strength (Model ATS-HSR_) – ASTM F1554 Grade 105 or A193 B7, may be used for all diameters
    min Fy = 105 ksi, min Fu = 125 ksi
  • Super High-Strength (Model ATS-HSSR_) – ASTM A354 Grade BD
    min Fy = 130 ksi, min Fu = 150 ksi

Related Literature

Load Tables

Standard-Strength, Fully Threaded Rod

Model No. Rod Dia. (in) Fy (ksi) Fu (ksi) Allowable Tension Capacity (lbs)
Footnotes
  1. Allowable tension capacities are based on AISC 360-10
  2. No further increase in allowable load is permitted.
  3. Available in 1' increment up to 12'. Special sizes available upon request.
ATR3/8 3/8 36 58 2,400
ATR1/2 1/2 36 58 4,270
ATR5/8 5/8 36 58 6,675
ATR3/4 3/4 36 58 9,610
ATR7/8 7/8 36 58 13,080
ATR1 1 36 58 17,080
ATR1-1/8 1 1/8 36 58 21,620
ATR1-1/4 1 1/4 36 58 26,690
ATR1-3/8 1 3/8 36 58 32,295
ATR1-1/2 1 1/2 36 58 38,435
ATR1-3/4 1 3/4 36 58 52,315
ATR2 2 36 58 68,330

High-Strength, Fully Threaded Rod

Model No. Rod Dia. (in) Fy (ksi) Fu (ksi) Allowable Tension Capacity (lbs)
Footnotes
  1. Allowable tension capacities are based on AISC 360-10.
  2. No further increase in allowable load is permitted.
  3. Available in 1' increment up to 12'. Special sizes available upon request.
ATS-HSR4 1/2 92 120 8,835
ATS-HSR5 5/8 92 120 13,805
ATS-HSR6 3/4 92 120 19,880
ATS-HSR7 7/8 92 120 27,060
ATS-HSR8 1 92 120 35,345
ATS-HSR9 1 1/8 105 125 46,595
ATS-HSR10 1 1/4 105 125 57,525
ATS-HSR11 1 3/8 105 125 69,605
ATS-HSR12 1 1/2 105 125 82,835
ATS-HSR14 1 3/4 105 125 112,745
ATS-HSR16 2 105 125 147,260

Super High-Strength, Fully Threaded Rod

Model No. Rod Dia. (in) Fy (ksi) Fu (ksi) Allowable Tension Capacity (lbs)
Footnotes
  1. Allowable tension capacities are based on AISC 360-10.
  2. No further increase in allowable load is permitted.
ATS-HSSR9 1 1/8 130 150 55,915
ATS-HSSR10 1 1/4 130 150 69,030

Code Reports & Compliance

Drawings

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