Internet #100375233

Model # L70Z

Store SKU #292785

Store SO SKU #592854

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7 in. 16-Gauge ZMAX Galvanized Reinforcing L Angle

  • Reinforces 90-degree connections; stronger than nails or screws
  • Removes the guesswork for making perfectly square connections
  • Perfect for new projects or repairs
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Product Overview

  • Reinforces 90-degree connections; stronger than nails or screws
  • Removes the guesswork for making perfectly square connections
  • Perfect for new projects or repairs
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. L angles are load rated, providing the correct thickness and number of fasteners for the specifier compared with field-fabricated clip angles. These angles also have well-defined fastener locations, and testing ensures that the tabulated load values account for connection eccentricities. The connectors are general utility reinforcing angles with multiple uses.
  • Used to reinforce 90° connections
  • Staggered fastener pattern reduces the chances of wood splitting
  • Stronger than angled nailing or screw fastening
  • Length: 7 in.
  • Made from 16-gauge steel
  • ZMAX galvanization offers extra corrosion resistance for exterior and treated-wood applications
  • Install with 10d common nails or #9 x 1-1/2 in. Strong-Drive® SD screws
  • Shop all Simpson Strong-Tie here.

Product Overview

  • Reinforces 90-degree connections; stronger than nails or screws
  • Removes the guesswork for making perfectly square connections
  • Perfect for new projects or repairs
Model #: L70Z
Sku #: 292785
Internet #: 100375233

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. L angles are load rated, providing the correct thickness and number of fasteners for the specifier compared with field-fabricated clip angles. These angles also have well-defined fastener locations, and testing ensures that the tabulated load values account for connection eccentricities. The connectors are general utility reinforcing angles with multiple uses.

  • Used to reinforce 90° connections
  • Staggered fastener pattern reduces the chances of wood splitting
  • Stronger than angled nailing or screw fastening
  • Length: 7 in.
  • Made from 16-gauge steel
  • ZMAX galvanization offers extra corrosion resistance for exterior and treated-wood applications
  • Install with 10d common nails or #9 x 1-1/2 in. Strong-Drive® SD screws
  • Shop all Simpson Strong-Tie here.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.375
Product Length (in.)
7
Product Width (in.)
2.375

Details

Brace type
Angle
Builders Hardware Product Type
Braces
Color
Silver
Color Family
Silver
Connector Finish
G185 Galvanized
Fasteners Included
Fasteners Not Included
Features
No Additional Features
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.375
Product Length (in.)
7
Product Width (in.)
2.375

Details

Brace type
Angle
Builders Hardware Product Type
Braces
Color
Silver
Color Family
Silver
Connector Finish
G185 Galvanized
Fasteners Included
Fasteners Not Included
Features
No Additional Features
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes

Questions & Answers

Can I use these to fasten a chair seat to its leg? Or should I be using a different corner bracket?

Can I use these to fasten a chair seat to its leg? Or should I be using a different corner bracket?
Asked by: DIY
It would be up to the Designer to specify the appropriate connector for the specific application. We do not have a specific product designed for chair leg attachment. It is not clear how it is intended to be attached in this application. Please see the L angle product page for the allowable loads, load direction, etc.: https://www.strongtie.com/reinforcingandskewableangles_anglesandplates/l_angle/p/l-angle. Also, please feel free to contact our Engineering Support Department (800/999-5099) to discuss further. Thank you!
Answered by: SimpsonStrong-Tie
Date published: 2020-07-17

Can these be used for attaching stair stringers to a deck?

Asked by: Jim
The L Angles are only 16 gauge and are not designed for this application; please see the 12 gauge TA Staircase Angles. Thank you!
Answered by: SimpsonStrong-Tie
Date published: 2020-05-19

have you used this for a stair tread support?

have you used this for a stair tread support?
Asked by: nick
The ML was not designed/rated for loads in the direction that a stair tread would put on it. Please see the TA Staircase Angle for a product intended for this application. Thank you!
Answered by: SimpsonStrong-Tie
Date published: 2019-05-06

Which is the stronger connector - the reinforcing L-angle or the framing angle?

I am trying to join two joists at a 90 degree angle so I guess the question is which is the better to use? I want the strongest connection possible.
Asked by: Grace
It would depend on the application and which L vs. framing angles you are referring to. Comparing the F1 loads of the L70 listed here to the A35, the L70 has a higher capacity for wind/seismic conditions, but he A35 has a higher capacity for floor or roof conditions. Also, depending on the size of the members you are joining, the ML26Z may be an optoin. It installs with SDS screws and has a higher capacity than both the L70 and A35. Ultimately it would be up to the Designer/Engineer of Record to specify the appropriate connector based on framing layout, demand loads, local building codes, etc. Thank you!
Answered by: SimpsonStrong-Tie
Date published: 2016-08-10
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