Internet #100374920

Model # MP36

Store SKU #826851

Store SO SKU #592854

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MP 3 in. x 6 in. 20-Gauge Galvanized Mending Plate

  • Steel construction with rich texture for added grip
  • 20-gauge steel with a galvanized finish for corrosion resistance
  • Mending plate designed for non-structural applications
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Product Overview

  • Steel construction with rich texture for added grip
  • 20-gauge steel with a galvanized finish for corrosion resistance
  • Mending plate designed for non-structural applications
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.
  • A versatile and easy-to-use mending plate for wood-to-wood connections
  • Non-structural connectors are ideal for general fix-up work
  • Installs without nails; align wood with arrows at joint and hammer plate to embed prongs
  • Used for non-structural applications only (not for truss applications)
  • 3 in. Width
  • Made from 20-Gauge steel
  • Galvanized for extra corrosion resistance
  • Shop all Simpson Strong-Tie here.

Product Overview

  • Steel construction with rich texture for added grip
  • 20-gauge steel with a galvanized finish for corrosion resistance
  • Mending plate designed for non-structural applications
Model #: MP36
Sku #: 826851
Internet #: 100374920

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.

  • A versatile and easy-to-use mending plate for wood-to-wood connections
  • Non-structural connectors are ideal for general fix-up work
  • Installs without nails; align wood with arrows at joint and hammer plate to embed prongs
  • Used for non-structural applications only (not for truss applications)
  • 3 in. Width
  • Made from 20-Gauge steel
  • Galvanized for extra corrosion resistance
  • Shop all Simpson Strong-Tie here.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Length (in.)
6
Product Width (in.)
3

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Mending Plates
Connector Finish
None
Fasteners Included
Fasteners Not Included
Features
No Additional Features
Gauge
20
Material
Steel
Mending Plate Type
Prong Plate
Number of Pieces
1
Number of mounting holes
0
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.192lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Length (in.)
6
Product Width (in.)
3

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Mending Plates
Connector Finish
None
Fasteners Included
Fasteners Not Included
Features
No Additional Features
Gauge
20
Material
Steel
Mending Plate Type
Prong Plate
Number of Pieces
1
Number of mounting holes
0
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.192lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes

Questions & Answers

I have tried to use to repair broken 1x6 fence boards, and had trouble with attaching one side wi...

I have tried to use to repair broken 1x6 fence boards, and had trouble with attaching one side without pulling out the other side ( the plate bends while attaching the first side, then pries out when I go to the other). What is the best technique for installing.
Asked by: fenceguy
I have used flat head and truss head screws at 3/4" to attach the mending plate. another way is to use another board big enough to cover the affected area and attach it it the same screws but long up to 1-1/4". Using a drill with a Phillips bit will do it and you would avoid pulling out the other side. Go slow.
Answered by: Doc
Date published: 2019-06-06

can these be used to join 2pieces of treated plywood??

Asked by: blitzen
Yes
Answered by: Doc
Date published: 2019-06-06

Can they be used to repair trusses?

Asked by: MrK
That would probably depend on what is broken with your trus and building codes. I have used them to build trusses but in most places that have building codes that would probably not pass. I have used them to build sliding doors as well which I consider to be a more demanding application due to moving all the time(and potential wind damage) where a truss stays still. Your mileage may vary...
Answered by: dave
Date published: 2019-10-07

Why not for truss construction? Do you have a product that can be? Like the MT20 that is used by truss companys?

Asked by: TJ
No
Answered by: Manny
Date published: 2019-11-12
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