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Simpson Strong-Tie Adds Three 2x Sizes for Field-Adjustable LSSR Rafter Hangers

Parul Dubey on August 20, 2021 - in News, Products

Pleasanton, Calif. — Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, now offers its versatile, patent-pending LSSR rafter hanger in 2x lumber sizes that can install with both miter-cut and square-cut joists for plated truss.  

The three new models — LSSR26Z, LSSR28Z and LSSR210Z — feature a ZMAX® finish for extra corrosion protection and respectively accommodate 2×6, 2×8 and 2×10 lumber.

Like the original LSSR models, these new sizes are field-adjustable for skews up to 45° and feature an innovative hinged swivel seat that adjusts up to a 45° slope. Plus, LSSR hangers can be installed after all of the rafters have been tacked into place, boosting contractor versatility, productivity, and efficiency on the jobsite.

All LSSR models, including these new 2x sizes, are tested and code listed in IAPMO ER-280. The new models fully replace 2x LSU/LSSU sizes.

For more information on the LSSR rafter system from Simpson Strong-Tie, visit strongtie.com/lssr.

About Simpson Strong-Tie Company Inc.

Simpson Strong-Tie is the world leader in structural solutions — products and technology that help people design and build safer, stronger homes, buildings, and communities. As a pioneer in the building industry, we have an unmatched passion for problem solving through skillful engineering and thoughtful innovation. Our structural systems research and rigorous testing enable us to design code-listed, value-engineered solutions for a multitude of applications in wood, steel, and concrete structures. Our dedication to pursuing ever-better construction products and technology and to surrounding our customers with exceptional service and support has been core to our mission since 1956. For more information, visit strongtie.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn

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