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Simpson Strong-Tie

Model FAP

Internet #100375228

Store SKU #250252

Store SO SKU #592854

7 in. x 9 in. 7-Gauge Foundation Anchor

$15.71 /each

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Simpson Strong-Tie straps and plates join and reinforce joints with simple, versatile solutions for a wide range of connections. Available in many lengths, widths and thicknesses, straps can be used on the wide or narrow face of lumber for light repairs or heavy-duty projects. Many straps are designed to be used back-to-back on a piece of lumber without fastener interference. Help protect your foundation from earthquakes and high winds with the FAP Steel Foundation Anchor. The anchor is designed to help resist lateral forces and can be used with retrofit or new construction.

  • Connects the mudsill to the foundation
  • Designed to provide lateral load resistance
  • Made from 7-Gauge steel
  • Galvanized for extra corrosion resistance
  • Install with 1/2 in. Dia anchor bolts and 1/4 in. x 2-1/2 in. strong-drive SDS screws

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what is the spacing distance between FAP fundation anchors for securing the Fundation to main house frame?

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Jesse
February 17, 2012
the house was built in 1905 and there are no bolts on fundation securing the House.
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February 20, 2012
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Jesse -
Depending on where you are located, the code calls out 1/2" or 5/8" diameter anchor bolts to secure the house to the foundation. At the following link you'll see the FAP foundation anchor would be spaced at 5 1/2' to replace the 1/2" anchor bolt or 4' to replace the 5/8" anchor bolt: http://www.strongtie.com/products/connectors/FAP-FJA-FSA.asp#tables. You can confirm your code requirement with
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Jesse -
Depending on where you are located, the code calls out 1/2" or 5/8" diameter anchor bolts to secure the house to the foundation. At the following link you'll see the FAP foundation anchor would be spaced at 5 1/2' to replace the 1/2" anchor bolt or 4' to replace the 5/8" anchor bolt: http://www.strongtie.com/products/connectors/FAP-FJA-FSA.asp#tables. You can confirm your code requirement with your local building department (or, 4' would be conservative).
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Chicago IL
February 20, 2012
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Hello Jesse and thank you for your question.
Jesse structural anchor spacing is to be specified by the designer.My recommendation would be to reach out to your local building department and inquire about common spacing requirements for the FAP plates.
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