Grip-Tie Product Specifications

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PART 1 GENERAL

1.1 INCLUDES

  • Masonry repair systems

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS

  • Section 04900 - Masonry Restoration and Cleaning: Coordination and installation requirements.

1.3 REFERENCES

  • ACI 530.1/ASCE 6/TMS - Specifications for Masonry Structures
  • American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) B 16, Type 360 Brass
  • ASTM - 580A, Type 304 S.S.
  • BIA TEKNOTE 46

1.4 SUBMITTALS

  • Submit under provisions of Section 013300
  • CTP Stitch-Tie:Manufacturers data sheets on each product to be used including:
    • Preparation instructions and recommendations.
    • Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
    • Installation methods

1.5 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

  • Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until ready for installation.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.1 MANUFACTURER

  • Acceptable Manufacturer:
    Construction Tie Products, Inc.(CTP, Inc.)
    7974 West Orchard Drive
    Michigan City, IN, 46360-9390 USA.
    Phone:219-878-1427   Fax:219-874-3626
    Email: salesctp@comcast.net    Website:www.ctpanchors.com

2.2PRODUCTS

  • Masonry Repair and Restoration Re-Anchoring Existing Veneers (Selection based on application):
    • Application: Masonry Veneer to Solid Back-up.
      • 5000 Series CTP Grip-Tie Mechanical Repair Anchor
      • 5000R Series CTP Grip-Tie Mechanical Repair Anchor
    • Application: Masonry Veneer to Hollow Back-up.
      • 5100 Series CTP Grip-Tie Mechanical Repair Anchor
    • Application: Masonry Veneer to Structural Steel Back-up.
      • 5100 Series CTP Grip-Tie Mechanical Repair Anchor
    • Application: Masonry Veneer to Timber/Steel Stud Back-up
      • 5300 Series CTP Grip-Tie Mechanical Repair Anchor
      • 5300R Series CTP Grip-Tie Mechanical Repair Anchor

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.1 PREPARATION

  • Locate anchors in the area to be anchored per project drawings and details.

3.2 INSTALLATION

  • Select proper anchor length by field verification.
  • Drill proper pilot hole size per anchor type and blow out drill fines.
  • Using appropriate setting tool and adapters, tighten back-up anchor to recommended torque range, then tighten facade portion to the recommended torque range.
  • Conceal anchor with specified grout or caulk.