H Hurricane and Seismic Ties
Hurricane Ties for Masonry
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The hurricane tie series features various configurations of wind and seismic ties for trusses and rafters.
The H10S provides a high-capacity connection from truss/rafter to wall. Also suitable for wood-to-wood applications.
The HM9 is designed to retrofit roof truss/rafters for block construction. The HM9 hurricane tie provides high uplift and lateral capacity using Simpson Strong-Tie® Titen® 2 concrete and masonry screws.
The presloped seat of the H16 provides for a tight fit and reduced deflection. The strap length provides for various truss height up to a maximum of 13 1/2". Minimum heel height for H16 series is 4".
- See table
- Galvanized. Some models available in stainless steel or ZMAX® coating. See Corrosion Information.
- Use all specified fasteners; see General Notes
- Connectors attached using hex-head Simpson Strong-Tie® Titen® screws
- Attach to grouted concrete block with a minimum one #5 rebar horizontal in the course
- Hurricane ties do not replace solid blocking
- H2.5T, H3 and H6 ties are shipped in equal quantities of right and left versions.
- HGA10KT: sold as a kit with (10) HGA10 connectors. Simpson Strong-Tie® Strong-Drive® SDS Heavy-Duty Connector screws are included.
- Additional screws sold separately to install with all SDS25112 screws.
Cold-Formed Steel Construction
Strong-Rod™ Systems Seismic and Wind Restraint Systems GuideF-L-SRS15This guide explains how to specify Strong-Rod™ Anchor Tiedown System for Shearwall Overturning Restraint as well as the new Uplift Restraint System for Roofs.Catalog
Cold-Formed Steel Connectors CatalogC-CFS-15Product information, specifications, load tables and installation illustrations for our cold-formed steel connectors and clips for commercial curtain-wall, mid-rise and residential construction.Catalog
Conectores Metálicos Estructurales 2013-2015C-2013SPInformación completa de productos, de la aplicación, de las tablas de cargas y de la instalación, para conectores Simpson Strong-Tie® de madera a madera, madera a concreto y concreto a mampostería.Catalog
High Wind-Resistant Construction Application GuideF-C-HWRCAG16The newly updated High Wind-Resistant Construction Application Guide offers new applications, updated loads, as well as more fastening information that is used to resist high-wind.Product Guide
Deck Connection and Fastening GuideF-DECKCODE13This guide provides a range of info that makes it user-friendly for DIY and novice contractors while retaining a level of detail for more experienced builders.Flier
Critical Deck ConnectionsS-DECKCONTP12A color tearpad targeting DIY’ers as an educational reference guide for safe deck construction. The piece outlines the vital components of a deck constructed with a continuous load path in mind.Flier
Critical Deck Connections - CanadaS-DECKCONCTP12A color tearpad targeting DIY’ers as an educational reference guide for safe deck construction. The piece outlines the vital components of a deck constructed with a continuous load path in mind.Flier
Critical Deck Connections (French) / Assemblages essentiels d'une terrasse (en français)S-DECKCONCTP12FFlier
DIY Done Right - Make Your Home Projects EasierS-HOMEPRJCTS14A 32-page color brochure showing examples of DIY project ideas using Simpson Strong-Tie® products, including decks, patio covers, fences, and garage organization.Flier
DIY Done Right - Facilitamos los proyectos para su casaS-HOMPRJCTS14SPFlier
Do Your Decks Meet Code?/Patio Cover SystemDIY-DECKPATIO16A two-sided tearpad showing connections on one side, while the other side shows the connectors and fasteners needed for a patio cover system. Newer product recommendations are included.Flier
Flood-Resistant Construction Guide for Flood-Prone RegionsF-C-FLOODCON13This flier is designed to educate Specifiers, Building Officials, and Dealers about how to build code-compliant structures to resist the forces created by flooding and high wind.Flier
S/H and H Seismic and Hurricane TiesT-CF-H1SB16Submittal/substitution request for S/H and H seismic and hurricane ties for cold-formed steel construction.Submittal
Submittal/Substitution Request CoverT-CF-CWCSUB16This editable cover sheet allows for the easy completion of submittal/substitution request forms for Simpson Strong-Tie cold-formed steel connectors.Submittal
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
Building Roof-to-Wall Continuous Load Path ConnectionsT-HTIECONPATH10This technical bulletin discusses the optimum way to build roof-to-wall continuous load path connections and avoid eccentric loading.Technical Bulletin
Companion for the 2001 AF&PA Wood-Frame Construction Manual for Wind DesignT-01WFCM08The T-01WFCM08 is a 24-page technical bulletin designed to be used in conjunction with the 2001 edition of the Wood Frame Construction Manual.Technical Bulletin
Connection Solutions for Cantilevered FloorsT-C-CNTLVRDFL16A technical bulletin providing connection solutions to create a continuous load path within a cantilevered floor system. Offers options based on the floor systems being used.Technical Bulletin
Connectors for Florida Hurricane Mitigation Retrofit When Re-RoofingT-C-FLCODE16A one-page, double-sided technical bulletin showing methods to ensure sufficient uplift capacity for roof-to-wall connections. Created after the 2009 supplement to the 2007 Florida Bldg. Code.Technical Bulletin
Hurricane Ties Used For Truss Bearing EnhancementT-C-HTIEBEAR16A guide providing allowable downloads of our hurricane ties when used from truss-bearing enhancement. It includes allowable loads for connectors and for the connectors and wood combined.Technical Bulletin
Strengthening Dwellings in Tornado-Prone AreasT-C-TORNADO15Gain insight into how to strengthen structures to resist damage in tornado-prone areas using Simpson Strong-Tie connectors and continuous-load-path design principles.Technical Bulletin
Uplift Connectors Truss-to-Wall Tiedowns (Spruce-Pine-Fir)T-C-UPLFTSPF16RA one-page, double-sided technical bulletin providing allowable loads and fastening requirements for when a wood truss is supported by a spruce-pine-fir or hem fir double top plate.Technical Bulletin
H Ties with Three NailsL-C-HTIE3NLS17H2.5A, H2.5T, and MMH8 Installations with Three Nails.Engineering Letter
H2.5A to 2x4 Truss Bottom ChordL-C-H25A24BC15H2.5A Hurricane Tie Alternate Installation for a 2x4 Truss Bottom Chord.Engineering Letter
H2A with No Double Top Plate FastenersL-C-H2A10NLS17Simpson Strong-Tie® H2A Installation without Fasteners into the Double Top Plates.Engineering Letter
Uplift Connectors for FBSL-C-FBSUPLIFT17Roof Uplift Connectors for Factory-Built Structures.Engineering Letter
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- Loads have been increased for wind or earthquake loading with no further increase allowed. Reduce where other loads govern.
- Allowable loads are for one anchor. A minimum rafter thickness of
2 1/2"must be used when framing anchors are installed on each side of the joist and on the same side of the plate.
- Minimum f'c = 2,500 psi and minimum f'm = 1,500 psi.
- The HM9KT and HGAM10KTA are kits with (20) HM9 and (10) HGAM10 connectors packaged with Simpson Strong-Tie Strong-Drive® SDS Heavy-Duty Connector screws and 2 1/4" and 2 3/4" Titen® 2 screws, respectively. (1 3/4" Titen® 2 screws for concrete installations sold separately.)
- See Titen® 2 screw information
- Products shall be installed such that the Titen 2 screws and Titen HD® anchors are not exposed to the weather.
- HGAM10 F2 loads are for forces into the connector. See illustration 2 "HGAM10 Installed into Masonry" for loads away from the connector.
- LTA2 allowable uplift on SP is 1,425 lb. for perpendicular to wall installation and 1,390 lb. for parallel to wall installation.
- Fasteners: 10d x 1 1/2" = 0.148" dia. x 1 1/2" long; 8d x 1 1/2" = 0.131" dia. x 1 1/2" long;
TTN2-25214H = 1/4" x 2 1/4" Titen 2;
TTN2-25234H = 1/4" x 2 3/4" Titen 2.
TTN25214H = Titen 1/4" x 2 1/4" and TTN25234H = Titen 1/4" x 2 3/4" may also be used at full table loads.
See other nail sizes and information.
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