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SFC Steel Framing Connector

SFC

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Rigid Connectors

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SFC connectors are low-cost, multi-use utility clips for light to moderate loading conditions in CFS stud-to-stud and stud-to-structure applications where long leg lengths are not required.

Key Features

  • Reduced number of screws reduces installation cost
  • Prepunched holes reduce installation cost by eliminating predrilling
  • Intuitive fastener hole positions ensure accurate clip installation in accordance with design, support a wide range of design and application requirements and provide installation flexibility
  • In soft-side stud installations, SFC will not interfere with stud lips up to 3/4" long*
  • Also suitable for u-channel bridging
    * SFC2.25 clips will accommodate 5/8"-long stiffener clips

Material

  • 54 mil (50 ksi)

Finish

  • Galvanized (G90)

Installation

  • Use all specified fasteners/anchors

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Product Information Table

Fastener Production Information and Stuff & Things
Model No. Thickness (mil) Ga. L (in.) Coating/Material Packaging Qty.
SFC2.25-R300 54 16 2 1/4 Zinc Galvanized, G90 300
SFC4.25-R175 54 16 4 1/4 Zinc Galvanized, G90 175
SFC6.25-R100 54 16 6 1/4 Zinc Galvanized, G90 100

Product Information Tables

Load Tables

SFC Connectors – Steel-to-Steel Allowable Loads

  1. Min. fastener quantity and load values — fill all round holes; Max. fastener quantity and load values — fill all round and triangular holes.
  2. Allowable loads are based on bracing of the members located within 12" of the connection.
  3. Maximum allowable load for connector that may not be exceeded when designing custom installations. Designer is responsible for member and fastener design.
  4. See Fastening Systems for more information on Simpson Strong-Tie fasteners.
Typical SFC Installation

Typical SFC Installation

Code Reports & Compliance

Drawings

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