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Installation

1. Lock assembled HURRICANE Bracket into place on block work at set out position

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2. Hook bolt(s) underneath rebar so that rebar is cradled inside bolt.

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3. After concrete has set, place truss inside HURRICANE bracket and screw fix.

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Specifications and Data

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Steel

  1. Grade G300 Galvanized Steel Coating

Screws

  1. Burmon hex head 1½" x 12 gauge

Uplift Capacity (POUNDS)

Fixings SP DF SPF
Screws supplied (1½" x 12 gauge hex head) 4 each side of truss 5 each side of truss 8 each side of truss
1 x M12 bolt hooked under rebar 5395 pounds 5395 pounds 5395 pounds
Fixings SP DF SPF
Screws supplied (1½" x 12 gauge hex head) 7 each side of truss 9 each side of truss 11 each side of truss
2 x M12 bolts hooked under rebar 9441 pounds 9441 pounds 9441 pounds


Load Data

  1. The limit state design wind uplift capacity of the Cyclone Bracket encased in 20MPa concrete or better is 24 k/N with 1 x M12 bolt hooked under rebar and fixed with designated number of screws into truss.
  2. The limit state design capacity is 42 k/N when using 2 x M12 bolts and fixed with designated number of screws into truss. Specified Burmon screws and bolts which are supplied must be used in conjunction with the Cyclone Bracket to achieve load ratings as per load tables.
  3. The Burmon Cyclone Bracket international patent application number 2013209390 is certified in accordance with relevant Australian Standards and Building Codes. The Burmon Cyclone Bracket has been tested at the University of South Queensland, Toowoomba by the Structural Testing Services Division.

Compliance

  1. The Burmon Hurricane Bracket complies with (IBC), (IRS), & (EC-002) as well as the AS/NZS 1170 Loading Code.