Alpine Introduces Versatile STH Adjustable Strap Hanger

Originally published by: Alpine, an ITW CompanyJune 18, 2015

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The new STH Adjustable Strap Hanger Series from Alpine features 17 easy-to-install products that provide unparalleled performance and versatility on the jobsite. They are engineered to maximize productivity by speeding and simplifying the installation process in a wide range of construction applications.

Offering outstanding durability and value, these hangers provide higher load-carrying capacities for all lumber species and load duration factors than comparable products.  In addition, their innovative design requires the use of fewer nails, which helps speed product installation.  The hangers also can be conveniently field-formed to facilitate top flange installation.

 “We are pleased to introduce this new family of strap hangers, which extends our high-performance construction hardware product portfolio,” said Pat Ryan, Alpine sales and marketing manager – Construction Hardware.  “All 17 products were designed and manufactured to Alpine’s exacting

The STH Adjustable Strap Hanger Series can be installed via multiple methods, including top flange and face mounting.

Designed, engineered and manufactured by Alpine, the hangers are made from high-strength, mill-certified steel.  They are backed by nearly 50 years of engineering excellence and experience.

All of the hangers in the new STS Adjustable Strap Hanger Series carry IAPMO (ER_0179) and FBC (FL 14079-R4) engineering approvals.  The products are available for use throughout the U.S.

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