Anchor Technology Post Installed 06/11 by Powers Fasteners

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important information information and use of data disclaimer the information and data contained within this manual is current as of may 1 2011 and is subject to change after such date powers fasteners inc reserves the right to change the designs materials and specifications of the products in this manual without notice and shall have no liability with respect to such changes please contact powers fasteners for the most current and up-to-date information and data or refer to our website at www.powers.com it is the responsibility of the design professional in charge of the product installation and/or the authority having jurisdiction ahj to ensure that a suitable product is selected and is properly installed and used for the intended application this includes their selection and use of a product that is compliant with the applicable building codes and other legal requirements and will satisfy durability and performance criteria and margins of safety which they determine are applicable

post-installed anchor technology base materials continued rebar size d rebar grade 40 rebar grade 60 rebar area allowable yield ultimate allowable yield ultimate abr tension strength strength tension strength strength in.2 lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs mm2 kn kn kn kn kn kn no 3 0.110 71.0 2,200 9.9 4,400 19.8 7,700 34.7 2,640 11.9 6,600 29.7 9,900 44.6 no 4 0.200 129.0 4,000 18.0 8,000 36.0 14,000 63.0 4,800 21.6 12,000 54.0 18,000 81.0 no 5 0.310 200.0 6,200 27.9 12,400 55.8 21,700 97.7 7,440 33.5 18,600 83.7 27,900 125.6 no 6 0.440 283.9 8,800 39.6 17,600 79.2 30,800 138.6 10,560 47.5 26,400 118.8 39,600 178.2 no 7 0.600 387.1 12,000 54.0 24,000 108.0 42,000 189.0 14,400 64.8 36,000 162.0 54,000 243.0 no 8 0.790 509.7 15,800 71.1 31,600 142.2 55,300 248.9 18,960 85.3 47,400 213.3 71,100 320.0 no 9 1.000 645.2 20,000 90.0 40,000 180.0 70,000 315.0 24,000 108.0 60,000 270.0 90,000 405.0 no 10 1.270 819.4 25,400 114.3 50,800 228.6 88,900 400.1 30,480 137.2 76,200 114,300 342.9 514.4 no 11

post-installed anchor technology base materials continued a rib shape formed in various depths and sizes adds strength in flexure depending upon the length of span steel deck may be supplied uncoated painted or zinc coated according to astm a 525 in various thicknesses common zinc coating thicknesses are grade 90 0.90 oz ft2 and grade 60 0.60 oz ft2 the following diagram shows a typical steel deck cross section dbaa– b– c– d– rib top flange side lap module egfce – web f – depth g – coverage width industry standards for the design manufacture and use of steel deck are provided by the steel deck institute sdi factory mutual research corporation now known as fm global and underwriters laboratories ul material requirements are also listed in astm a 611 and a 446 the yield strength of the steel deck varies from 25,000 to 80,000 psi depending on the grade today steel deck is commonly specified by a decimal thickness rather than a gage

post-installed anchor technology corrosion resistance continued corrosion tests two methods that have been used to evaluate relative corrosion resistance are salt spray fog testing and a european test method din standard 50018 2.0s known as a kesternich test salt spray testing salt spray testing also known as salt fog testing is conducted according to astm b 117 testing of this type is considered useful when evaluating the behavior of materials when subjected to exposure in a marine environment or coastal environment the components to be tested are prepared and suspended in a sealed chamber where they are subjected to cycles of a spray or fog typically of a neutral 5%salt solution which is atomized at a temperature of 95° f coating /plating/material surface corrosion red rust 5 to 10 after 1500 hours none after 500 hours none after 500 hours more than 10 after 500 hours perma-seal® coating stainless steel – type 304 stainless steel – type 316 stainless steel

post-installed anchor technology applied loads continued the allowable bending load should be calculated by a design professional based on the material from which an anchor is manufactured i n concrete or masonry materials the bending arm used in the calculation should be increased to allow for spalling around the top of the anchor hole usually by 1/2 to 1 anchor diameter dynamic and shock loads dynamic loads dynamic loads are intermittent and varying loads such as those imposed by central air conditioning units manufacturing machinery or earthquakes they are normally the alternating or pulsating loads associated with vibration shock loads shock loads are instantaneous periodic loads of high intensity such as those applied by an automobile striking a guard rail support or a truck hitting a dock bumper standard industry practice with regard to safety factors varies depending upon the frequency and intensity of the load however safety factors for dynamic or shock load conditions may

post-installed anchor technology installation criteria as with any building component proper installation is the key to a successful application once an anchor has been designed and properly selected drilled hole a properly drilled hole is a critical factor both for ease of installation and optimum anchor performance the anchors selected and the drill bits to be used should be specified as part of the total anchoring system most powers anchors are designed to be installed in holes drilled with carbide tipped bits meeting the requirements of the american national standards institute ansi standard b212.15 unless otherwise specified if alternate bit types are used the tip tolerance should be within the ansi range unless otherwise permitted the following table lists the nominal drill bit diameter along with the tolerance range established by ansi for the carbide tip nominal drill ansi standard nominal drill ansi standard 1/8 5/32 11/64 3/16 7/32 1/4 9/32 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16

post-installed anchor technology design recommendations continued anchors for use in seismic design seismic design as based on the building codes require that building structures resist the effects of ground motion induced by an earthquake each structure is assigned to a seismic design category/zone based on the location of the building site as referenced in the building codes seismic design is complex as it considers several influencing factors such as site geology and soil characteristics building occupancy categories building configuration structural systems and lateral forces lateral forces are critical because of an earthquakes tendency to shake the building structure from side to side anchors to be used for seismic loads will not be fully loaded in place until an earthquake occurs test methods have been developed to provide a criteria for evaluating the performance of both adhesive and mechanical anchors when subjected to simulated seismic loading anchors are subjected to a

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