The shearing angle is an angle bracket for absorbing shearing forces that was specifically developed for modern timber construction. Various holes for anchoring in wood and concrete mean that our shearing angle is used in timber frame and solid timber construction.
- Galvanised S250 construction steel
- Many different areas of use
- For installation in wood and concrete
- Very high shear load-bearing capacity thanks to a new fixing concept
- Fewer connectors required
- In combination with the pressure plate, the following tensile forces can be absorbed when fixing in concrete
Instructions for use
6 slanted screw connection holes and 41 holes, which are optionally intended for angle-bracket screws (ABS) or anchor nails, are provided for anchoring in wood. Depending on the application, we have provided two additional partial utilisations of the fixing holes which are also available as static-type calculations. Anchoring in concrete is carried out using the holes (Ø 14 mm) provided for this purpose with our rock concrete screw or bolt anchors.
|Art. no.||Designation||Dimensions||Material||Material thickness||PU||EAN|
|954112||Shearing angle||230 x 120 mm||S250 construction steel||3 mm||1||4251314728715|
|954111||Shearing angle pressure plate||230 x 68 mm||S250 construction steel||12 mm||1||4251314728708|