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The table indicates the maximum allowable loads for HWPH hangers used on wood nailers. Nailers are wood members attached to the top of a steel I-beam, concrete or masonry wall.
|Models||Seat||Top Flange||Top Flange & Seat||Joist Height|
|Seat Sloped 45° Max.||Seat Skewed Type A||Seat Skewed Type B||Seat Sloped and Skewed Type A 1°-45°||Top Flange Sloped 35° Max.||Top Flange Bent Open or Closed 30° Max.||Top Flange Offset||Top Flange Offset and Skewed Seat Type A, Bevel Cut 1°-45°||Top Flange Offset and Skewed Seat Type B, Plumb Cut 1°-84°||Joist Shorter Than Hanger|
|Slope Up||Slope Down||1°-45°||1°-45°||46°-84°||Up||Down||Narrow||Wide||Narrow||Wide||Narrow||Wide|
|HWPH||1.0||0.8||1.0||0.8||0.7||1.0||0.8||(90-a)/90||(90-a)/90||0.5||0.6||0.5||0.6||0.5||By more than 1/2" 0.50 By 1/2" or less 1.00|
Allowable Download =
(lowest of Seat, Top Flange, or Joist Height) x (Table Load).
Allowable Uplift =
as noted in table per height, see table above.