Strong-Drive® SDWV SOLE-TO-RIM Screw
Strong-Drive® Interior Wood Screws
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The Strong-Drive SDWV Sole-to-Rim screw may be used to attach a sole plate to a rim board. The SDWV Sole-to-Rim screw coating is intended for dry service, low corrosion applications and is suitable for use with FRT in medium-corrosion, dry-service applications.
- Large 0.400"-diameter head for increased holding power
- Fast-start point with helical ridge for fast, easy, low-torque installation
- Tested in dimensional lumber and engineered wood
- Variable thread design, optimized for 2x dimensional lumber
- Sole-to-rim attachment
- Replacement driver bit: BIT25T-2-R2
Product Information Table
|Model No.||Coating/Material||Screw Size||Length (in.)||Head Diameter (in.)||Shank Diameter (in.)||Drive Type||Head Type||Thread Type||Thread Length (in.)||Point Type||Packaging Qty.|
|SDWV13400||E-coat® Electrocoating||#10||4||0.400||0.135||T25 6-Lobe||Rimmed Flat Head with Nibs||Variable Thread Design||1 1/2||Fast-Start Point with Helical Ridge||1000|
Product Information Table
|Model No.||Length (in.)||Screw Size||Drive Type||Head Diameter (in.)||Head Type||Thread Type||Shank Diameter (in.)||Point Type||Coating/Material||Packaging Quantity||UPC|
|SDWV13400Z||4||#10||T-25 6-Lobe||0.400||Rimmed Flat Head with Nibs||Variable Thread Design||0.135||Fast-Start Point with Helical Ridge||Clear-Zinc Coating||1000||707392165989|
SDWV Sole-to-Rim Screw — Allowable Shear Loads for Sole-to-Rim Connection
- Allowable loads are based on testing per ICC-ES AC233 and are limited to parallel-to-grain loading. The equivalent specific gravity for the LVL and LSL having a minimum 0.8E designation for edge fastening is 0.50.
- Allowable loads are shown at the wood load duration factor of CD = 1.00. Loads may be increased for load duration as permitted by the building code up to a CD = 1.60.
- Minimum spacing of the SDWV is 6" o.c., minimum end distance is 6", and minimum edge distance is 5/8".
- Wood structural panel up to 23/32" thick is permitted between the sole plate and rim board provided it is fastened to the rim board per code and the minimum penetration of the screw into the rim board is met.
- Minimum rim board height shall be 9 1/4" when fastening a sole plate and a single top plate to the rim board with SDWV screws.
- Sole-to-rim loads can be achieved without a wall below.
SDWV Wood Screw — Allowable Shear Loads
- All applications are based on full penetration into the main member. Full penetration is the screw length minus the side member thickness.
- 2. Allowable loads are shown at the wood load duration factor of CD = 1.0. Loads may be increased for load duration per the building code up to a CD = 1.6. Tabulated values must be multiplied by all applicable adjustment factors per the NDS.
- For minimum fastener spacing requirements, see the Spacing Requirements Figure and Table below.
- For in-service moisture content greater than 19%, use CM = 0.7.
SDWV Sole-to-Rim Spacing Requirements
- Table loads must be multiplied by adjustment factor of 0.91.
- For axial loading only, use the following minimum dimensions: end distance = 2", edge distance = 7/8", spacing parallel to grain = 1 3/8", spacing perpendicular to grain = 7/8".
SDWV Wood Screw — Allowable Withdrawal Design Values
- Loads are based on installation into the side grain of the wood with the screw axis perpendicular to the face of the member.
- Allowable loads are shown at the wood load duration factor of CD = 1.0. Loads may be increased for load duration per the building code up to a CD = 1.6. Tabulated values must be multiplied by all applicable adjustment factors per the NDS.
- For in-service moisture content greater than 19%, use CM = 0.6.
- The tabulated reference withdrawal design value, W, is in pounds per inch of the thread penetration into the side grain of the main member.
- The tabulated reference withdrawal design value, Wmax, is in pounds where the entire thread length must penetrate into the side grain of the main member.
- Embedded thread length is that portion held in the main member including the screw point.
- Values are based on the lesser of withdrawal from the main member or pull-through of a 1 1/2" side member.
Code Reports & Compliance