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LSSR Slopeable/Skewable Rafter Hanger

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Face-Mount Hangers for Solid Sawn Lumber

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The patent-pending LSSR light slopeable/skewable rafter hanger is the next generation of a field-adjustable rafter hangers. One of its key features is that it can be installed after the rafter has been tacked into place. A versatile hanger, it is field adjustable for skews up to 45° and features an innovative hinged swivel seat which adjusts up to a 45° slope.

Key Features

  • Makes it possible to install after the rafters are already in place
  • Flange design allows for easy skew adjustment, from 0° to 45°
  • Swivel seat adjusts easily from 0° to 45° up or down

Material

  • See table

Finish

  • ZMAX® coating

Installation

  • Use all specified fasteners; see General Notes
  • Limit on-center spacing of rafters and joists with LSSR210-2Z and LSSR410Z to 14" o.c. minimum; for the LSSR26Z, LSSR28Z and LSSR210Z, limit on-center spacing to 8" o.c. minimum
  • For a common rafter:
    • Slide hanger into position; adjust seat and install seat nails
    • Make sure side stirrups are snug close to the joist, bend lines are plumb
    • Install a face nail on each side to hold in place
    • Install all round and obround holes on the header and joist
  • For jack rafters:
    • Fold acute side forward
    • Slide hanger into position; adjust seat and install seat nails
    • Make sure hanger is snug close to the joist, bend line is plumb
    • Install obround nails on acute side, both header and joist
    • Make sure hanger is snug close to the joist and header; bend line is plumb
    • Install joist nails on obtuse side
    • Bend obtuse side flange back so that header flange is flush against header
    • Install header nails

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Product Information Table

Fastener Production Information and Stuff & Things
New products
Model No. Joist Size (in.) Ga. W (in.) H (in.) A (in.) Coating/Material Packaging Qty.
LSSR1.81Z 1 3/4 18 1 13/16 8 15/16 4 1/8 ZMAX® 1
LSSR2.1Z 2 to 2-1/16 18 2 1/8 8 15/16 4 1/8 ZMAX® 1
LSSR2.37Z 2 5/16 18 2 3/8 8 15/16 4 1/8 ZMAX® 1
LSSR2.56Z 2 1/2 18 2 9/16 8 15/16 4 1/8 ZMAX® 1
LSSR210-2Z 3 16 3 1/8 8 15/16 5 1/8 ZMAX® 1
LSSR210Z 1 1/2 18 1 9/16 9 1/8 2 1/2 ZMAX® 1
LSSR26Z 1 1/2 18 1 9/16 5 3/8 2 1/2 ZMAX® 1
LSSR28Z 1 1/2 18 1 9/16 7 1/8 2 1/2 ZMAX® 1
LSSR410Z 3 1/2 16 3 5/8 8 15/16 5 1/8 ZMAX® 1

Load Tables

    These products are available with additional corrosion protection. Additional products on this page may also be available with this option, check with Simpson Strong-Tie for details.

LSSR
  1. Uplift loads have been increased for earthquake or wind loading with no further increase allowed. Reduce where other loads govern.
  2. For slope-only installations, the four triangle holes may be filled for an allowable roof download of 3,015 lb. for DF/SP and 2,595 lb. for SPF/HF for LSSR 16GA.
  3. Roof loads are 125% of floor loads unless limited by other criteria.
  4. On the acute side of the skewed LSSR hanger, fill obround holes only.
  5. Fasteners: Nail dimensions in the table are listed diameter by length. For additional information, see Fastener Types and Sizes Specified for Simpson Strong-Tie Connectors.

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