What is the beam shoe used for?
Beam shoes are mainly used in timber construction to establish a stable connection of the secondary beams to the main beams. It is also possible to connect the wooden beam to the masonry and concrete. Characteristic of the joist shoes type A are the two outwardly angled lugs.
How is the post shoe constructed and how is it used?
The holes with the diameter of 5 mm, 9 mm, 11 mm and 13 mm are already pre-drilled, which allows easy and quick installation with the appropriate mounting accessories. The number of holes depends on the size of the beam shoe. You will find the details in parentheses with the available sizes.
Due to the sendizimir galvanized surface of the steel, our beam shoes are optimally protected against external weather influences.
What should be considered and what are the technical details of the post holder?
The beam shoe is available in the following sizes: 60 x 100 mm (24 holes Ø 5 mm, 4 holes Ø 9 mm), 80 x 120 mm (30 holes Ø 5 mm, 4 holes Ø 11 mm), 100 x 140 mm (35 holes Ø 5 mm, 4 holes Ø 9 mm, 4 holes Ø 14 mm).
Technical details - Available dimensions: 60 x 100 x 2 mm, 80 x 120 x 2 mm, 100 x 140 x 2 mm - Available length: 100 mm, 120 mm, 140 mm - Available width : 60 mm, 80 mm, 100 mm - Material thickness: 2 mm - Product type: Wood connector - Material type: Steel - Finish: Sendzimir galvanized