Concealed beam connector
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Concealed beam connector

This innovative concealed beam connector with high load-bearing capacity and low installation depth is ideal for concealed wood/wood connections (visible areas) of secondary beams to main beams or posts

  • Installation depth: 14 mm
  • Diameter of hole: 5.5 mm
  • Approval: ETA-09/0301
  • Thickness: 3 mm
  • Material: Steel
  • Material designation: S250GD
  • Surface: Hot dip galvanized
  • Material standard: DIN EN 10346:2009

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Art.-no. Width x height Min. beam cross-section of subcarrier Number of holes in subcarrier nJ + main carrier nH Weight Quantity PU
70 x 125 mm 95 x 180 mm 7 + 14 PCS 350 g
10 pcs
70 x 150 mm 95 x 200 mm 8 + 15 PCS 423 g
10 pcs
70 x 90 mm 95 x 140 mm 5 + 11 PCS 244 g
10 pcs
70 x 190 mm 95 x 240 mm 10 + 17 PCS 543 g
10 pcs

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  • Sloping connections can be constructed at angles of 15° to 165° and gradients of 0° to 55°. Screw into grain-cut timber at an angle of 35° using ASSY 5 x 80 mm countersunk-head, full-thread screws. The screw-in angle is determined by the sheet metal guide.

  • High load-bearing capacity coupled with low installation depth (14 mm)

  • Conical, swallow tail-style geometry for self-centring and gap-free contact pressure

  • High level of possible pre-fabrication in the workshop and easy and quick on-site installation

  • Sheet metal hot-dip zinc-plated on both sides (S250GD + Z275 [approx. 20 µm]), thickness 3.0 mm in line with EN 10346:2009

  • Application in utilisation class 1 and 2 in line with EN 1995:2013

It is advisable to use the corresponding milling template set for easy and quick pre-assembly.

Screw into grain-cut timber at an angle of 35°. The screw angle is determined by the shape of the tabs.

The main beam's transverse strength must be verified separately. If necessary, the joint should be made using ASSY plus VG full-thread screws. For loads perpendicular to the secondary beam axis, the transverse strength must also be verified for the secondary beam. If the main beam is subject to torsion, it must be secured against twisting.

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Load tables and detailed processing instructions can be found on the service page