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STRUCTURAL CALCULATIONS FOR

TERRACE ENCLOSURE AND KITCHEN RENOVATIONS
AT
1400 SOUTH GREENWAY DR. CORAL GABLES, FL. 33134

Prepared for:  
Mr. Rodney A. Hildebrant  
1400 S GREENWAY DR. CORAL GABLES, FL. 33134 

By: 

8250 FLAGLER ST. SUITE 114 
Miami, FL 33144 
Prepared By: 
Jose A Compres P.E. 
FL PE # 65557 
OCTOBER 2016

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INDEX 

WIND LOAD CALCULATIONS      ……………….……………….…………………….……………….…..………….…    Page 3‐11 
‐ Wind loads for Enclosed Gable roof trusses(C&C) 
‐ Wood Trusses and Joist reactions For C&C  
- Flat roof joist reactions

MASONRY WALL RESULTS      …………………….……….…………………………………………..….………………    Page 12-14 
‐ Masonry wall analysis results 
‐ Masonry jamb analysis results 

COLUMNS DESIGN RESULTS    …………………………………………………………………..….……….……………    Page 15‐18 
‐ Concrete columns design results for lateral force 

WOOD CONNECTORS      …………………………………………………………………….………..……….……………    Page 19‐22 
‐ Wood trusses connector for uplift force 
‐ Ceiling wood joists connectors for gravity load
- Roof joists connectors 

APPENDIX 

‐ Hilti HIT HY 150 Epoxy adhesive tables 
‐ Code reports for Simpson Strong tie connectors 
‐ Florida Building Code connectors approvals 

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WIND LOAD CALCULATIONS 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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00256  Kd  Kz  Kzt  V² Kd=  0.85 As per Table 30.85 As per Table 26.5 ‐0.8.2 V= 175 MPH Qh=  56.5 ‐1.18 As per Table 26.6 ‐3.4‐2 B Zone 1 0.64 PSF For Hip and Gable  Roof : Angle   7 to 27 degrees P= Qh ( GCp ‐ Gcpi ) For   Enclosed Buildings  GCp= Positive Negative Overhang For Hip and Gable Roof  as per Figure   30.9 0 For 10 SF or less Zone 2 0.11‐1                            Prepared by:   Jose A. FL 33134 Wind load Calculation for Roof trusses of Hip Roof Hip Roof Trusses will be designed with roof cladding forces. Compres P.65557 Page 4 of 22 .E                                                                              FL PE No.3‐1      Kzt= 1 As per section 26. gable roof.6‐1    Kz= 0.5 ‐2. multi span roof Enclosed Building and Partially Enclosed Building information: Building Height 15 ft Roof angle 15 Degrees Building Category II Wind Exposure C Building classification Enclosed Basic Wind Pressure         Qh=. Coral Gables.7 GC pi=  +/‐ 0.7 ‐2.2 Zone 3 0.Project: 1400 S Greenway Drive. As per Part 1   (Method 1) of Chapter 30   Components And Cladding  Loads  Buildings H<60 ft Flat roof.

1 PSF 10.2 PSF ‐36.9 PSF Zone 3 Qh x (GCp‐ GCpi)= ‐157.8 PSF ‐24.7 PSF Overhang= ‐134.5 PSF 23.65557 Page 5 of 22 .1 PSF ‐51.7 PSF Qhx (GCp+ GCpi)= ‐40.5 PSF Qhx (GCp+ GCpi)= ‐137. Compres P. 2 and 3 Qh x (GCp‐ GCpi)= 18.2 PSF Overhang= ‐219.9 PSF Qhx (GCp+ GCpi)= 38.ROOF PRESSURES (Gable Roof.1 PSF ‐82.5 PSF Zone 2 Qh x (GCp‐ GCpi)= ‐106.5 PSF ‐94.8 PSF ‐80.5 PSF ‐63.8 PSF ‐131.9 PSF                            Prepared by:   Jose A.9 PSF Qhx (GCp+ GCpi)= ‐86. C&C) ROOF ULTIMATE POSITIVE PRESSURES ALLOWABLE PRESSURES Zones 1.1 PSF ROOF  ULTIMATE NEGATIVE PRESSURES ALLOWABLE PRESSURES Zone 1 Qh x (GCp‐ GCpi)= ‐61.E                                                                              FL PE No.

E                                                                              FL PE No. FOR ALLOWABLE PRESSURES  REDUCE BY 40%.1 PSF  WALL ULTIMATE NEGATIVE PRESSURES ALLOWABLE PRESSURES Zone 4 Qh x (GCp‐ GCpi)= ‐72.                            Prepared by:   Jose A.5 ‐43.WALL PRESSURES (C&C) P= Qh ( GCp ‐ Gcpi ) For   Enclosed Buildings  GC pi=  +/‐ 0.8 40.1 PSF ‐31.4 WALL ULTIMATE POSITIVE PRESSURES ALLOWABLE PRESSURES Zones 4 and 5 Qh x (GCp‐ GCpi)= 46.5 PSF ‐53.1 PSF ‐41.9 PSF Qhx (GCp+ GCpi)= 66.5 Zone distance a =  3 Ft LOADS LISTED HERE ARE ULTIMATE PRESSURES.5 PSF ‐43.7 PSF Qhx (GCp+ GCpi)= ‐69. Compres P.4‐1 GCp= Positive Negative For  10 SF or less Zone 4 1 ‐1.5 PSF Qhx (GCp+ Gcpi)= ‐52.1 ‐89.3 PSF Zone 5 Qh x (GCp‐ GCpi)= ‐89.5 ‐53.7 ‐72.1 66.18 As per  Figure   30.65557 Page 6 of 22 .8 PSF 40.4 PSF 27.5 PSF Zone 5 Doors and Windows Pressure: Zone 4 Doors and Windows Pressure: ULTIMATE ALLOWABLE ULTIMATE ALLOWABLE 66.1 Zone 5 1 ‐1.8 40.

E                                                                              FL PE No. Compres P.2 ft Then a= 3 FT                            Prepared by:   Jose A.40 X H= 6 ft .Gable Roof  a  distance: Building Dimensions Width 30 FT (Area to be enclosed) length 55 FT Height 15 FT Least dimension 30 ft a= Least of : 0.10 x least building dimension 3 ft Not less than   3 ft or  0.65557 Page 7 of 22 .04x least building dimension= 1.

ROOF TRUSSES REACTIONS Page 8 of 22 .

65557 Page 9 of 22 .E                                                                               FL PE No.Trusses Reactions of Gable roof with C&C load pressures LOADS ACTING ON ROOF Dead Load Wood Trusses 4 PSF Plywood Trusses 3 PSF Tiles 12 PSF Ceiling 6 PSF 25 PSF Live Load 30 PSF                            Prepared by:   Jose A. Compres P.

6 ft overhang  1 ft Truss Distance 2.WOOD TRUSSES REACTIONS WITH C&C ROOF PRESSURES Truss No  T‐1 Type Gable Span 27 ft Truss height 3.8 ‐61.5 ‐61.5 3.5 3.00 8.00 ft Overhang  Zone  Overhang   2 Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 2 Zone 1 Zone2 Total length Load Length  (Ft) 3.8 Vertical Reaction  at each support: Dead 725.66 LB                            Prepared by:   Jose A.00 ft Angle  15.00 Lb Uplift ‐2487.5 ‐106.00 Lb Live 870.00 Lb Total Gravity 1595.00 degrees Dimension a 3. Compres P.80 Lb (Ultimate) ‐1492.68 Lb (Allowable) Horizontal Reaction Height  x  Positive Pressure x Truss spacing F2= 278.00 29 Dead Load  (PSF) 25 25 25 25 25 25 Live Load  (PSF) 30 30 30 30 30 30 Uplift Pressure (PSF) ‐134.2 ‐134.00 3.E                                                                               FL PE No.65557 Page 10 of 22 .2 ‐106.00 8.

 (PSF) ‐106.50 Lb Check ∑ Ma=0 Uplift Reaction B (support) ‐1416.0 OK Total Gravity on B 731.00 degrees overhang  0.50 Lb Total Gravity on A 731.FLAT ROOF REACTIONS Monoslope angle < 45° Truss No.50 Lb Dead  665.49 0.65557 Page 11 of 22 .00 ft Overhang Zone 2 Zone 2 Total length Load Length  (Ft) 20 0 20 Dead Load  (PSF) 25 0 Live Load  (PSF) 30 0 Uplift   Pres.00 Lb ∑L* L 798.0 Vertical Reaction  at each support: Check ∑ Ma=0 Dead     B 332.E                                                                               FL PE No.33 Lb ∑F*L/2 ‐2832.0 ∑ Mb=0 A 399. Compres P.0 OK ∑ Ma=0 Live      B 399.00 Lb Live 798.7 ∑ Mb=0 Uplift Reaction A (Support) ‐1416.0 ft Joist Distance 1.8 Lb Ultimate * 0.7 OK Each outlooker Uplift Reaction (Allowable) ‐849.0 ∑ Mb=0 A 332.50 Lb ∑D*L 665.33 Lb Ra +Rb ‐2832.33 ft Angle  1. J‐1 Kitchen Roof Joists Type Flat Span 20 ft Joist height 1.6                            Prepared by:   Jose A.

            MASONRY WALL ANALYSIS              Page 12 of 22 .

00 Lb/ft steel distance Total acting load on wall (W) 179.65557 Page 13 of 22 .2 kip‐ft As * f'y / (f'm * With   C = T a= 0.2 OK USE MASONRY WALL REINFORCED WITH No.40 Kip‐in *f'm * Jamb width * Jd ØMn 3. Ultimate) Wall height 10 ft Steel distance 2.33 in jamb width (in)) d= 4 in Jd= 3. of bars 1 ud Wind pressure x Load on wall 179. 4 @ 24" OK Anchored to existing and beam with Hilti HIT‐HY 150 Epoxy Adhesive                    Prepared by:   Jose A.00 Lb/ft W x wall height^2 /8 Acting Moment Mu 2. 4   @ 24 in Assuming pinned top and bottom masonry wall  Wind pressure (C&C) 89. Compres P.5 ksi Steel f'y 60 ksi No 4 rebar area As (steel area used) 0.9 * a Nominal Moment (ØMn) =  41.MASONRY CALCULATION Lateral loads on simple supported masory wall (Enclosure Walls) Analyzing masonry block with reinforcement    No.00 ft Masonry 8'' f'm  1.E                                                                     FL PE No.45 Kip‐ft ØMn > Mu OK 3.2 in2 Qty.5 > 2.5 PSF       (Zone5.83 in (C or T) x Jd = 0.

99 Kip‐ft ØMn > Mu OK 9.MASONRY JAMBS CALCULATION Analyzing 16 inches (1 block) masonry jamb with 2 rebar No. Compres P.65557 Page 14 of 22 . REBAR ANCHORED TO EXISTING BEAM AND  EXISTING FOUNDATION WITH HILTI HIT‐HY 150 EPOXY ADHESIVE.00 Lb/ft Total acting load on jamb (W) 477.9 * a Nominal Moment (ØMn) =  107.5 PSF       (Zone5) Opening Width 8 ft Opening height 12 ft Wall height 10 ft Jamb width 1.55 in jamb width (in)) d= 4 in Jd= 3.E                                                                     FL PE No.33 ft Masonry 8'' f'm  1.0 kip‐ft As * f'y / (f'm * With   C = T a= 1. 5 Wind pressure (C&C) 89.0 > 6.31 in2 Qty.0 OK USE (2) #5 REBARS AT WINDOW OPENING SIDES IF NEEDED OR USE 8"X12" CONCRETE COLUMN WITH 4#5 MIN. of bars 2 ud Wind pressure x Opening width/2 Direct pressure on jamb 119. 5 0.04 Lb/ft W x wall height^2 /8 Acting Moment Mu 6.22 in (C or T) x Jd = 0.91 Kip‐in *f'm * Jamb width * Jd ØMn 8.5 ksi Steel f'y 60 ksi As bar No. EMBEDMENT                  Prepared by:   Jose A. 6" MIN.04 Lb/ft Pressure from window 358.

COLUMN DESIGN RESULTS Page 15 of 22 .

L = 5.0 k-ft for load combination : W Only Mu-y = 6.00 0.#5 X X bars @ corners.986 k-ft General Section Information .20D+1.39 0.Stirrups = ksi Load Combination :ASCE7-10 .299 k-ft Along X-X 0. .16 17.850 Brace condition for deflection (buckling) along columns : Fy .0 ksi X-X (width) axis : Unbraced Length for X-X Axis buckling = 12ft.04 k Pnmin : Nominal Min.000.Main Rebar = 29.95 1.360 k Governing Load Combination Results .000 10.0 k-ft * Mn-x = 0. .034 +1.03 Lic.50Lr+1. #5 #5 Y Applied Loads . max : Usable Compressive Axial Capacity 164. 33144 Project Desc. . . .000 10. Maximum Bending Ratio = 0. f'c : Concrete 28 day strength = 3. Column self weight included : 966.182 Page 16 of 22 . Page 13 DESIGN SUMMARY . .Stirrups = ksi Max.0 pcf ACI Code Year ACI 318-05 = 0.000 10.00 13. .96 13. = 0. Location of max.50W 10. # : License Owner : Description : Concrete Tie Column for Door/Windows Jamb General Information Code Ref : 2006 IBC. from Bending Analysis k-ft Mu / *Mn Load Combination base ft Pu * Pn Pu/ Pn base ft x * Mux Mnx y * Muy Mny at Mx-My Angle +1.0in high x 8.034 ft above base Phi*Mn at Angle = 16.3708 : 1 Along Y-Y 0. FL.07114in at 5.60L 10. .0 ft above base.90D+W Maximum SERVICE Load Reactions . from Axial Load Analysis k Dist. min : Usable Tension Axial Capacity -48.95 6.0 % Fy . .0 deg for load combination : Mu at Angle = 6.0 ft above base Mux-Muy Angle = 90.0 Allow.299 k-ft * Mn-y = 16.00 1. Lat.0. Governing Factored Dist.0 in at 0.Main Rebar = 60.019 +1. .96 1.67 lbs * Dead Load Factor AXIAL LOADS . = 8.above base 10. Ver: 6. K = 1. : % Reinforcing 1.0 ksi Overall Column Height = 10. Load Contour location values are .0 ksi Y-Y (depth) axis :Unbraced Length for Y-Y Axis buckling = 12 ft. Reinf. Pu = 4.0 % E . Uniform Load creating My-y.00 5.0 : 1 Top along X-X k Bottom along X-X k At Pn = Pu.650 = 0.99 0. Axial Load at 10.0 ft E= = 3.470 k Maximum SERVICE Load Deflections . W = 0.0 ft Top along Y-Y k Bottom along Y-Y k Maximum Axial Ratio = 1. Reinf.850 = 0.50 k/ft Wind Load from jamb analysis.: 786-888-20014 Project Notes : File: C:\Users\owner\Documents\ENERCALC Data Files\1400 hidebrant brito.0 in^2 Pn.0 ksi End Fixity Top & Bottom Pinned Density = 145.470 k * Pn = 4. . Reinforcing Limits ASTM A615 Bars Used Type of Stirrups used : Ties Min.0 k BENDING LOADS . INC. Suite 114 Dsgnr: Miami.986 k-ft Mu-x = 0.56 29. Entered loads are factored per load combinations specified by user.80 Column Capacities .1. Load Combination +0.20D+0.60Lr+0.240 in^2 Concrete Area 96. D = 4..68 0.292 % Rebar % Ok Pnmax : Nominal Max. Compressive Axial Capacity 316. .34 k Pn. Tension Axial Capacity -74.96 5.50in #5 #5 Column Reinforcing : 4 . .40 k Reinforcing Area 1. 1983-2010. Column Edge to Rebar Y Edge Cover = 1. = 1.0 E .0in Wide.13 32.ec6 Concrete Column ENERCALC.40D 10. Column Cross Section Column Dimensions :12. ACI 318-05.CONEMCO CONSULTANTS Title : Job # 8250 Flagler St.122. K = 1.00 6.00 3.96 1.

Suite 114 Dsgnr: Miami.000 in 0.028 Maximum Reactions .000 ft W Only 0.96 10. Load Combination Max. INC.96 1.00 6.Unfactored Note: Only non-zero reactions are listed. Reaction along X-X Axis Reaction along Y-Y Axis Load Combination @ Base @ Top @ Base @ Top D Only L Only W Only 2.30 16.CONEMCO CONSULTANTS Title : Job # 8250 Flagler St.0 ft Height = 10. .99 0. 1983-2010.96 10.60Lr+L 10.: 786-888-20014 Project Notes : File: C:\Users\owner\Documents\ENERCALC Data Files\1400 hidebrant brito.00 6.000 10. 9.00 10. Ver: 6. from Axial Load Analysis k Dist.47 1. 33144 Project Desc. Page 17 of 22 .96 1.71 0.0000 in 0. # : License Owner : Description : Concrete Tie Column for Door/Windows Jamb Governing Load Combination Results Governing Factored Dist.000 ft 0. from Bending Analysis k-ft Mu / *Mn Load Combination base ft Pu * Pn Pu/ Pn base ft x * Mux Mnx y * Muy Mny at Mx-My Angle +1.0k M-x Loads Y #5 #5 Height = 10.96 10.71 0.0711 in 5.96 1.37 18.000 ft L Only 0.341 +0.20D+1.59 0.90D+W 10.00 10.000 in 0. FL.0000 in 0.37 18.000 10.Unfactored Loads .00 6.500 2.50klf Y Looking along X-X Axis Looking along Y-Y Axis .20D+L+W 10. Y-Y Deflection Distance D Only 0. X-X Deflection Distance Max.00 10.47 4.ec6 Concrete Column ENERCALC.371 +1.00 4.000 ft Sketches .1.341 +1.00 0.500 Maximum Deflections for Load Combinations .000 10.88 31.20D+0.0k 9.03 Lic.034 ft 0.000 in 0.0 ft X X #5 #5 0.000 ft 0.50Lr+L+W 10.000 10.

33144 Project Desc.0 22.5 18.0 40.3 Allowable Moment (k-ft) 147.2 65.0 4.5 36.5 9.0 31.7 49.9 16. INC.5 0. FL.1.3 32. Ver: 6.0 98.5 27.6 82.03 Lic.: 786-888-20014 Project Notes : File: C:\Users\owner\Documents\ENERCALC Data Files\1400 hidebrant brito.0 13.5 -70.9 131.5 -35.0 Page 18 of 22 .ec6 Concrete Column ENERCALC. 1983-2010.4 -17. Suite 114 Dsgnr: Miami.0 -52.CONEMCO CONSULTANTS Title : Job # 8250 Flagler St.0 -87.5 Allowable Axial (k) 115.5 45. # : License Owner : Description : Concrete Tie Column for Door/Windows Jamb Interaction Diagram Concrete Column P-M Interaction Diagram 164.

WOOD CONNECTORS Page 19 of 22 .

65557 Page 20 of 22 . 1 acting loads F2 278. Connectors for Trusses at Existing Gable Roof POOL ROOM EXISTING GABLE ROOF TRUSS CONNECTORS Iteration: Ultimate  Uplift ‐2487.0 Allowable uplift load * Qty.66 Lb Pool room gable trusses Connector Simpson Strong‐Tie Connector Model No.0 OK USE (2) HTSM20 SIMPSON STRONG TIE CONNECTORS AT EACH GABLE TRUSS SUPPORT IN  ADDITION OF EXISTING CONNECTORS IF THERE ARE ANY.11 Allowable  Uplift ‐1175.68 ≤       1.0 ‐2350.00 Lb Qty.E                                                                            FL PE No.                               Prepared by:   Jose A.00 Lb loads F2 235.64 ≤       1.6) ≤       1. = ‐1492. HTSM20 Double Connector Fasteners:  To Truss 10‐10d To Concrete or CMU 4‐1⁄4x2 1⁄4 Titen Florida Approval Number FL11473. Compres P.00 0.80 Lb From Truss No. of connectors 2 connectors Iteration= Acting allowable Load (U*0.

Ceiling Joists Connectors Joist span 20 ft Ceiling Dead Load 10 psf Ceiling Live Load 20 psf Joist Spacing 16 in Acting loads Total Gravity (wall) 400.00 0.65557 Page 21 of 22 . HU28 Florida Approval 10655.0 OK REMOVE AND REINSTALL EXISTING INTERIOR CEILING JOISTS AT NEW ELEVATION WITH NEW  HU28 SIMPSON STRONG‐TIE HANGER  SUPPORT CONNECTORS                               Prepared by:   Jose A.00 ≤      1.0 2400.E                                                                            FL PE No.0 Allowable  load = 400.17 ≤     1. Compres P.00 Lb Down 2400 Lb Typical HU installation Iteration= Acting allowable Load  ≤1.0 Lb Acting load on perpendicular walls (DL + LL) * Joist Spacing * Span/2 Ceiling Joists Hanger connector Model No.33 Face 6‐1/4" x 2 3/4" Titen Fasteners Joist 4‐10d x 1 1⁄2" Joist width 2 in Joist height 8 in Allowable Uplift 575.

HUS28 Florida Approval No.42 ≤    1.50 Lb Kitchen Flat Roof Joist Connector for support reaction  Model No. FL 10655.E                                                                            FL PE No.0 OK                               Prepared by:   Jose A.24 Fastener: To double ledger 22‐16d To Joist 8‐16d Allowable  Uplift ‐2000.80 ≤1.0 Allowable Capacity = ‐849. * 0.00 Lb Capacity Iteration= Allowable Acting Load (Ult.ROOF JOIST HANGER CONNECTOR ROOF JOISTS Existing Roof Joist Allowable  Uplift ‐1416.65557 Page 22 of 22 .0 ‐2000.6) ≤1.00 0. Compres P.33 Lb From Joist J‐1 Acting Load Gravity 731.

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13 HETA12 11473.18 HGUM9.2 LGUM210-4-SDS 11473.17 HGUM5.18 HHETA20 11473.15 HETAL16 11473.Used for Florida State Wide Product Approval # Products on this Report which are approved: Product FL# Product FL# DETAL20 11473.8 META22 11473.00 11473.50 11473.9 MSTAM24 11473.15 HETAL12 11473.10 MSTAM36 11473.2 LGUM26-3-SDS 11473.8 META18 11473.9 META40 11473.14 HETA16 11473. INC Page A-4 of 16 .25 11473.00 11473.3 LGUM28-3-SDS 11473.17 HGUM5.2 HTSM20 11473.9 META24 11473.12 FGTR 11473.6 META12 11473.13 HETA24 11473.17 HGUM7.19 HHETA24 11473.11 MTSM16 11473.7 META16 11473.4 LGUM28-4-SDS 11473.19 HM9 11473.2 LGUM210-3-SDS 11473.17 HGUM7.19 HHETA40 11473.10 MSTCM40 11473.2 SIMPSON STRONG-TIE COMPANY.2 LGUM26-2-SDS 11473.18 HHETA12 11473.11 MTSM20 11473.5 LTA1 11473.3 LGUM28-2-SDS 11473.5 LGUM46-SDS 11473.1 LGUM210-2-SDS 11473.5 LGUM48-SDS 11473.14 HETA40 11473.3 LGUM26-4-SDS 11473.16 HGAM10 11473.6 MSTCM60 11473.12 FGTRHR 11473.19 HTSM16 11473.7 META14 11473.13 FGTRE 11473.25 11473.18 HHETA16 11473.8 META20 11473.4 LGUM410-SDS 11473.14 FGTRHL 11473.15 HETAL20 11473.12 HETA20 11473.

Loads include a 60% load duration increase on the fastener capacity for wind loading where allowed by the Florida Building Code. Residential 2007 Edition R101. (in. 4-SDS¼X1½ 4-¼×2¼ 4-¼×2¼ 850 850 Notes: 1. 3. HM9 allowable F1 load shall be 635 lbs (DFL/SYP) & 545 lbs (SFP).6 14 . Loads do not include a stress increase on the strength of the steel. and allowable F2 load shall be 200 lbs (DFL/SYP) & 170 lbs (SPF). 4. ALLOWABLE LOADS: The tables that follow reference the allowable loads for the aforementioned products. HGAM10 allowable F1 load shall be 1005 lbs (DFL/SYP) & 870 lbs (SFP). No further increases are permitted. Florida Building Code.1 Scope R4407 HVHZ Masonry R4408 HVHZ Steel R4409 HVHZ Wood 11. 4-SDS¼X1½ 5-¼×2¼ 5-¼×1¾ 805 690 HGAM103. Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Typical MTSMM/HTSM Application Typical HM9 Installation Typical HGAM10 Installation Page 7 of 13 Simpson Strong-Tie Page A-5 of 16 . Reduce loads where other loads govern. and allowable F2 load shall be 1105 lbs (DFL/SYP) & 950 lbs (SPF).2. A minimum rafter thickness of 2 ½” must be used when framing anchors are installed on each side of the joist or truss. Allowable loads for the HGAM10 are for one connector.) CMU Concrete Truss/Rafter Pine/Douglas Fir. TABLE 1 ALLOWABLE LOADS AND FASTENERS FOR TRUSS TO MASONRY OR CONCRETE WALL CONNECTORS Allowable Uplift Loads Fasteners (160) Model Length Ga Southern No.Spruce-Pine-Fir (Titen) (Titen) Larch MTSM16 16 16 7-10d 4-¼×2¼ 4-¼×1¾ 875 755 MTSM20 16 20 7-10d 4-¼×2¼ 4-¼×1¾ 875 755 HTSM16 14 16 8-10d 4-¼×2¼ 4-¼×1¾ 1175 1010 HTSM20 14 20 10-10d 4-¼×2¼ 4-¼×1¾ 1175 1010 HM92 18 . 2.

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