Composite Shearwall Uses Fewer Fasteners

Simpson Strong-Tie Composite ShearwallThe Strong-Wall conforms to ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria (AC322).
Simpson Strong-Tie Composite Shearwall

The Strong-Wall conforms to ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria (AC322).

Simpson Strong-Tie has released the Steel Strong-Wall, which is code-listed to the 2009 International Residential Code, International Building Code and conforms to ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria (AC322). Fewer anchor bolts and fasteners, coupled with easy access to the top and bottom of the Strong-Wall shearwall result in more efficient installation. The Strong-Wall also includes an easy-to-use anchor-bolt template for concrete contractors, pre-attached wood studs and predrilled holes where electricians need them for wiring.

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