Fire Wall Hanger Features Skewed or Offset Option

The DGH fire wall hanger can be ordered with a skew angle of up to 45 degrees or with the top flange offset left or right.

The DGH fire wall hanger can be ordered with a skew angle of up to 45 degrees or with the top flange offset left or right.

To provide more options for multi-family construction builders, the Simpson Strong-Tie DGH fire wall hanger can be ordered with a skewed or offset option. This hanger is part of the DG fire wall hanger series designed for connecting floor trusses and joists to wood stud walls.

All models of the DG fire wall hanger series install on a two-hour wood stud fire wall during framing. These top-flange hangers feature space to allow two layers of 5/8-inch gypsum wall board (drywall) to be slipped into place after the framing is complete. The DG/DGH/DGB fire wall hangers have been tested according to ASTM E814 and received F (flame) and T (temperature) ratings for use on one or both sides of the wall. They are listed in Intertek Design No. SST/WPCF 120-01.

All models of the DGH hanger may be ordered with a skew angle of up to 45 degrees or with the top flange offset left or right. The skew and offset options may not be combined.

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