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Simpson Strong-Tie

Model ITS2.56/11.88

Internet #202329569

Store SKU #468390

Store SO SKU #592854

2-5/8 in. x 11-3/16 in. Top Flange I-Joist Hanger

$3.67 /each

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Joist hangers are designed to provide support underneath the joist, rafter or beam to provide a strong a connection. Simpson Strong-Tie offers a diverse line of hangers to handle almost any application with top flange, concealed flange and field skewable and slopeable options. The innovative ITS sets a new 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 thickness from 1 1/8 in. to 1 1/2 in.
  • No joist nailing required for standard I-joist installation without web stiffeners
  • Actual Joist Size: 2-1/2 in. to 2-9/16 in. x 11-7/8 in.
  • Made from 18-Gauge steel
  • Galvanized for extra corrosion resistance
  • Install with 10d common nails

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The product description lists acceptable flange thickness as 1-1/8 to 1-1/2 is this correct?

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d.white
Washington
May 21, 2012
I am not aware of any wood I-joists with this small of flange thickness. I think it might be an error and should be 2-1/8 to 2-1/2, as this would fit standard wood I-joist flanges.
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d. white,
I have confirmed this description is correct. I believe you may be thinking of the flange width, where this description is referring to the thickness (vertical dimension of the flange itself).
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