Model No. CC5 1/4-6HDG
Beam Width (in.) 5 1/8
Dimensions (in.) W1 5 1/4
Dimensions (in.) W2 5 1/2
Dimensions (in.) L 13
Dimensions (in.) H1 8
Bolts Size 3/4
The CC is designed to provide strong column-beam connections in wood construction. The seat of the column cap provides an additional surface area of bearing that extends beyond each side of the column. The CC helps to distribute the load from the beam and provide support for the connection.
- This is a Special order product
- Certified welds for confidence in strength and loading
- Uplift loads increased for earthquake or wind loading
- Bolt spacing that meets NDS code requirements to ensure optimal performance
- Diamond holes to provide temporary fastening
- CC3 1/4, CC44, CC46, CC48, CC4.62, CC64, CC66, CC68, CC6-7 1/8 — 7 gauge; all others — 3 gauge
- Simpson Strong-Tie gray paint. Some products available in HDG, stainless steel or black powder coat
- Use all specified fasteners; see General Notes
- Bolt holes shall be a minimum of 1/32" to a maximum of 1/16" larger than the bolt diameter (per 2015 NDS, section 220.127.116.11); bolt holes should be drilled from one side all the way through the beam to maintain hole tolerances
- Contact engineered wood manufacturers for connections that are not through the wide face
- Straps may be rotated 90° where W1 ? W2 (Custom order)
- For special, custom, or rough-cut lumber sizes, provide dimensions. An optional W2 dimension may be specified. (The W2 dimension on straps rotated 90° is limited by the W1 dimension.)
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