The Steel Network StiffClip LB-HD connects exterior wall studs to the building's structure such as with a spandrel wall slab bypass condition.
The Steel Network's MasterClip® VLB connects exterior curtain wall studs, bypassing the building structure.
The StiffClip® PLC assists with lifting and placing assembled wall panels with an overhead crane.
The VertiClip® SLB-HD connects exterior curtain wall studs, bypassing the building structure while allowing for vertical deflection of the structure up to 2” (1’ up and 1’ down).
The Steel Network TSN DriftClip DSLB is a Light gauge steel framing connector available to accommodate vertical deflection and lateral drift requirements.
The StiffClip CL allows for the connection of steel studs to the building’s structure by incorporating stiffened legs of a 90-degree angle to increase bending strength. StiffClip CL resists vertical, horizontal, and torsional loads.
StiffClip JC series connects floor joists to beams and other structural components while resisting vertical loads.
BC600 & BC800 secures BB150 or 1½” cold-rolled channel (CRC) to stud, resisting both lateral and twisting loads. Installs quickly.
The StiffClip TD has a unique design which allows for the anchoring of wood or steel studs to the foundation incorporating a steel stiffening plate for strength.
StiffClip JH connects floor joists to beams. StiffClip JH resists vertical loads. Design loads consider clip strength only. Size and number of fasteners used are based on fastener manufacturer’s allowable load data.
A Roof Tie secures and ties down the roof framing member. With the stiffened ribs for added strength, the StiffClip RT meets all building code criteria.
Verti Clip SLD connects metal studs at the head condition (top-of-wall) to the deck or primary frame while allowing for a total vertical deflection; utilizes non-binding step bushings.
DriftClip®DSLS is available to accommodate vertical deflection and lateral drift requirements. Step Bushings pre-installed in vertical slots allow up to 2” vertical deflection