Purlin Tie (NT)

Strong timber connector for fixing large timber purlins and battens to trusses and rafters

Pre-punched and formed galvanised steel connectors that are:
Easy to install and provide an effective method of fixing large timber purlins to timber roof trusses or rafters.

For Northern Territory use only.

APPLICATION - For Northern Territory use only

Number of nailsStrength limit state design load (kN)
 Timber Joint Group
  J2/JD3
3 Nails 2.7

Fixing procedure with nails

  1. Fix purlin batten to truss or rafter with 2/75mm x 3.05Ø nails.
  2. Nail both ends of purlin tie to truss or rafter for capacity required.
  • Provide 2 purlin ties at purlin splices.
  • Use 3/30mm x 2.8Ø Multinail nails to each leg.

NOTE:

  • Capacity from Low High Low cyclone testing as specified in the BCA for inclusion in the northern territory deemed to comply manual (DTCM)
  • This bracket has been tested by James Cook University at the Cyclone Testing Station. Report No. TS725.

DESCRIPTION AND PACKAGING

Manufactured from 1.0mm Galvanised G300 Z275 Steel

DescriptionCodeCarton quantityCarton kg.
With nail holes 70mm TA99 200 13.5
Without nail holes 70mm TA991 200 13.5
30mm x 2.8Ø Multinail Nails (TA302)