New Products: Subterra Stone

JanuaryFebruary 2009
New Products

Subterra Stone

Masonry Design Magazine

The WIRE-BOND Clip may be welded into any system using double hook adjustment, such as WIRE-BOND’s RJ-711 and Level Hook-and-Eye systems. The clip conforms to UBC requirements for seismic zones. Continuous straight-and-cut wire is installed in the WIRE-BOND Clip, which is then embedded in the mortar joint. The hook tie is installed in the plate or eyelets, which are fastened to the support structure. This adds stability and protects against problems associated with thermal expansion and contraction. It also provides uniform distribution of lateral forces. The WIRE-BOND Clips are welded to the anchor hooks at the factory, so installation can begin immediately at the jobsite.


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