Simpson Strong-Tie Heli-Tie product line is a line of helical tie products that can serve many different purposes. They are primarily used as a system for repairing & restoring masonry construction but the Heli-Tie product line can also be used in some other unique applications. The line consists of the following products:
When you are considering a repair on a masonry construction project, helical tie products can greatly impact the overall performance and installed cost of the repair system. We offer a complete line of helical ties, testing device and installation tools and accessories intended to meet the specific requirements of each project. Browse the products and resources below to determine the best solution for your application or contact us to speak with an Engineer or local RPS Specialist.
Use of Simpson Strong-Tie Heli-Tie Helical Stitching Tie (model number HELIST254000) in Corner ApplicationsDownload the Letter
Product and Installation Information for the Heli-Tie Helical Wall and Stitching TiesDownload the Flier
CSI Specification for Heli-Ties T-R-HELISPEC20Download the Document
What do you do when brickwork is in bad condition? Depending on what state the brickwork is in, a tear-down may be called for. However, often brickwork can be restored and strengthened using helical ties such as Simpson Strong-Tie Heli-Tie wall ties and stitching ties. This post introduces these two types of helical ties, which might be just what you need for your next brick restoration project.
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Follow the step-by-step instructions and learn how to install the Heli-Tie helical stitch tie to repair cracks and increase strength in damaged brick and masonry structures.
Follow the step-by-step instructions and learn how to install the Heli-Tie helical wall tie for an inconspicuous repair that preserves the appearance of the building.