Model # A35Z

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Store SKU #866069

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Simpson Strong-Tie ZMAX 18-Gauge Galvanized Framing Angle

Simpson Strong-Tie

ZMAX 18-Gauge Galvanized Framing Angle

$0.90 / each
If you buy 100 or more
$0.77 / each

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Product Overview

Not only do angles make joints stronger, they also provide more consistent, straight corners. Simpson Strong-Tie offers a wide variety of angles in various sizes and thicknesses to handle light-duty jobs or projects where a structural connection is needed. Some can be bent (skewed) to match the project. For outdoor projects or those where moisture is present, use our ZMAX zinc-coated connectors, which provide extra resistance against corrosion (look for a "Z" at the end of the model number).

  • Versatile connector for various 90° connections and home repair projects
  • Stronger than angled nailing or screw fastening alone
  • Help ensure joints are consistently straight and strong
  • A35's exclusive bend slot allows accurate bends to attach wood in a variety of configurations
  • Dimensions: 1-7/16 in. x 1-7/16 in. x 4-1/2 in.
  • Made from 18-Gauge steel
  • ZMAX galvanization offers extra corrosion resistance for exterior and treated-wood applications
  • Install with 8d x 1-1/2 in. nails or #9 x 1-1/2 in. Strong-Drive SD screws

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can they be used on 2 x 8 joist and pass inspection in St. Louis County

Asked by: jimmy
The A35Z is listed on code reports which are nationally recognized (ICC ESR-3096 and IAPMO UES 112), but you will need to verify the requirements/approvals of local jurisdictions. Thank you!
Answered by: SimpsonStrong-Tie
Date published: 2017-05-15

Can this framing angle be used instead of a joist hanger and still pass code in Chicago.

Need one side of joist free from joist hanger interference for tension bracket.
Asked by: LTC
Please contact a local designer or building official for assistance with code requirements in your area. Thank you!
Answered by: SimpsonStrong-Tie
Date published: 2016-10-13

can you use the simpon strong tie z max framing angle to join two end joists at a 45 degree angle?

Asked by: Anonymous
bb, I'm sorry...I'm not clear on the application, but the following link will detail the intended uses of the A35 framing angle, including conditions where it is connecting to a sloped member: Thank you!
Answered by: SimpsonStrong-Tie
Date published: 2015-11-23
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