Masonry Straddle Hangers


The WS Masonry Straddle Joist Hangers are designed for similar applications and installation as the standard Masonry Joist Hangers FHM & WM. The WS is two hangers joined together by a plate on the masonry flange to enable exact alignment of two joists positioned directly opposite each other on either side of a wall or beam.

    • Flexibility of design means as well as the standard sizes, the WS can be manufactured in any size to order

  • Galvanised steel EN 10346 DX51D Z275
  • Grade 1.4301 austenitic stainless steel to EN 10088-2 (available on selected products – please see table)
  • Manufactured to EN 845-1:2013
  • 2.4mm thick

  • The back plate of the hanger should lie at against the ver cal masonry support.
  • Masonry ange should have a minimum of 3 courses (675mm masonry) above.

  • Both suppor ng and above masonry should be allowed to mature before any load is applied.
  • Joist should be square cut and sit ght to the back of the hanger – maximum gap permi ed is 6mm.
  • Nail the side ange with 30 x 3.75mm galvanised square twist nails or equivalent.
  • To provide lateral restraint heavy duty straps should be used.
  • The ‘masonry’ ange should always be securely xed or adequately embedded and should never be placed indry slots.
  • Use appropriate xings.
  • Always ensure that compa ble corrosion resistant xings are used, i.e. do not use galvanised xings withstainless steel products or vice versa.
  • Use correct strength mortar as per British Standard.

When ordering, please state the width, height and the straddle width

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