Simpson Expands Hardware Offering for CFS Steel Connectors

Originally published by: Simpson Strong-TieJune 17, 2020

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Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, has introduced two new, longer lengths to its successful line of L-shaped RCA rigid connector angle utility clips for cold-formed steel construction.

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The product line extension introduces 9-inch and 11-inch clips to the existing lineup of 3-inch, 5-inch, and 7-inch clips. RCA utility clips from Simpson Strong-Tie are available in 12-gauge, 14-gauge, and 16-gauge and feature a G90 galvanized coating for enhanced protection against corrosion.

“The addition of these new lengths to the RCA family provides contractors with a robust range of versatile utility clips to cover a wide range of jobsite applications,” said Simpson Strong-Tie product manager Clif Melcher. “Now contractors have a wide assortment of convenient, quality utility clips at their disposal without having to cut angles in the field.”

Simpson Strong-Tie® RCA utility clips are easy to install, with pre-punched holes for quick

and accurate fastener attachment, and can be used for a wide variety of cold-formed steel applications, including miscellaneous header/sill connections to jamb studs, jamb stud reinforcement at track, u-channel bridging, stud-blocking, bypass curtain-wall framing, and joist connections.

For more information about the Simpson Strong-Tie expanded line of RCA rigid connector angle utility clips, visit strongtie.com/rca.

 

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