The innovative ITS sets the standard for engineered wood top flange hangers. The ITS installs faster and uses fewer nails than any other EWP top flange hanger. The new Strong-Grip seat and Funnel Flange features allow standard joist installation without requiring joist nails resulting in the lowest installed cost. The Strong-Grip seat firmly secures I-joists with flange thicknesses from 1 1/8" to 1 1/2". The Strong-Tie ITS2.06/9.5 top flange hanger features a G90 galvanized finish for added corrosion resistance and requires the use of hot-dip galvanized fasteners which meet the specifications of ASTM A153
Finish Spec: G90 Galvanized
Manufacturer Name: Simpson Strong-Tie
Fasteners Required: (6) 0.148" x 3" Nails
For Treated Lumber: no
Joist Size: 2" X 9-1/2"
Thickness: 18 Gauge
Width Spec: 2-1/8"
- Use all specified fasteners. Verify that the header can take the required fasteners specified in the table.
- No joist nailing required for standard I-joist installation without web stiffeners. When supporting I-joists with web stiffeners or rectangular SCL member 2-10dx1 1/2" must be installed into optional triangle joist nail holes for standard installation values.
- Optional triangle nail holes may be used for additional load.
- For sloped joists up to 1/4:12 there is no reduction; between 1/4:12 and up to 1/2:12, tests show a 10% reduction in ultimate hanger strength. Local crushing of the bottom flange or excessive deflection may be limiting; check with joist manufacturer for specific limitations on bearing of this type.
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