鎽樿锛欰 seismicanchor has a head for location in a hole in ground- connected structure and a shaft connected thereto to extend out of the hole and mount members or equipment to be isolated from vibrations. The head is surrounded by vibration damping means,such as a high durometer rubber or rubber-like material.
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Why choose seismic anchoring?
Seismic Anchoring manufactures all brackets. We perform field verification to ensure the perfect fit and least intrusive designs Permits can be processed for your structural engineering needs. Let us be your rep to the city Be the One Business That Stays Up and Online! SEISMIC ANCHORING is required by all municipalities in Bay Area.
What size anchor do I need for seismic bracing?
The anchor is available in 1/4-in. to 3/4-in. inner thread diameters (3/8-in to 3/4-in. diameters are applicable for seismic bracing) and is supported by ICC-ES ESR-4006 and has FM and UL listings for fire-sprinkler applications.
What is a seismic bracing system?
A complete seismic bracing system consists of an upper bracket, a lower bracket, and strut or pipe (sold separately). Brackets work with standard-wall (Schedule 40) pipe sizes 1-2 as well as 1 5/8 wide strut channel.
What is the difference between beam anchors and angle anchors?
Beam anchors allow you to mount upper brackets to beams, C- channel, ceiling joists, and other flat surfaces. Their set screws have heads that break off when the screw is tightened to ensure proper installation. Angle iron anchors allow you to mount upper brackets to pairs of angles, such as those used in ceiling joists.