Different Uses Of Flange Hanger

Structural connectors for connecting the first and second structural parts have the first flanges which are planar and embossment on the first flange, and embossing on the first flange is shaped with the main and next parts.

The first part generally extends uniformly to the first level above the upper surface of the first planar flange, which differs from the level at which the second part is generally elongated, the first and second parts are connected to each other in different transitions where the embryo drops sharply from the section level first to level two.

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 Structural connectors can be made with bends that make up the first member adjacent to the first wing and embossing can extend through the bend to the first member.

The structural links of the invention have special applications in structural hanger fields where structural parts that are elongated and usually hung horizontally are hung from supporting structures, both of which are part of the structural framework of a building.

In light frame construction, it is common to hang beams that support the building floor of members who are dumped horizontally which is often called a canopy, beam or ledger. Beams can be supported by hangers attached to heads, beams or ledgers. This kind of hanger is known as a topmost flange hanger.

The upper flange hanger has parts or parts that rest on the upper surface of the supporting structure, increasing the strength of the joint.