Adhesively secured anchor rod
Penetration controlling device and system
Stress plate and method of using same for securing a roof membrane to a roof deck
Gripstay channel veneer anchor assembly
ApplicationNo. 169227 filed on 12/20/1993
US Classes:52/698, ASSEMBLED IN SITU-TYPE ANCHOR OR TIE52/410, Tie crossing dividing lamina52/704, Socket type411/163, Variations are teeth located along a periphery411/466Prongs cut and formed from body portion
ExaminersPrimary: Friedman, Carl D.
Assistant: Yip, Winnie
Attorney, Agent or Firm
International ClassF04B 001/38
AbstractA wood sill reinforcing plate for use with anchor bolts embedded in a concrete foundation and extending upward and a wood sill having openings which receive the outwardly extending anchor bolts. A plate member having an opening extending through the plate member and with the opening having a dimension slightly larger than the diameter of the anchor bolt. A plurality of gripper prongs integral with the plate member and extending in a direction substantially perpendicular to the plate member for embedding the gripper prongs into the wood sill to lock the plate member around the anchor bolt with the anchor bolt extending through the opening in the plate member.
Field of SearchEmbedded projecting tie
FOOTING OR FOUNDATION TYPE
Tie crossing dividing lamina
Additional material forming bond
Integral projections on planar face
ASSEMBLED IN SITU-TYPE ANCHOR OR TIE
With wall-securing means between wall bottom and footing (e.g., sill or sill plate)
Of sheet metal
Prongs cut and formed from body portion
Variations comprise generally radially extending ridges or grooves
Variations are teeth located along a periphery
Member anchors bolt in substructure with threaded portion exposed (e.g., stud bolt)
Multiple prong, e.g., nailing plate, staple, etc.