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Tie Plate for Wood (1-13/16" x 5") - Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel - 20 Gauge (Similar To Simpson Strong-Tie TP15)

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Strengthen Your Woodworking Projects with Durable Steel Tie Plates

Reinforce a variety of wood-to-wood connections with the strength and resilience of our galvanized steel tie plates. At 1-13/16" x 5", these wood connector plates provide an ideal surface area for even load distribution, guarding against wood splitting or breaking due to stress. Ideal for flooring, beams, framing, furniture, & DIY projects, these connectors are a great way to enhance the durability of your woodworking projects.

10% thicker and stronger compared to similar Simpson Strong-Tie TP15. Each tie plate is G90 hot-dipped galvanized, providing the best protection against corrosion, rust, and excessive weathering. The zinc coating forms an effective barrier between the tie plate and environmental factors, making it suited for both indoor and outdoor use. The coating ensures long-lasting durability and dependability for your woodworking projects. (Larger size tie plates available)

Get the best prices with Sandbaggy! Order them today as low as $0.48 each. More than 50% cheaper compared to similar Simpson Strong-Tie TP15 sold at Home Depot.


    Specs

    • Material: Steel
    • Coating: Hot Dipped Galvanized
      • G90 Galvanization
    • Gauge: 20
    • Width: 1-13/16"
    • Length: 5"
    • Thickness: 1 mm
    • Nail Holes: 13
    • Nail Holes Diameter: 1/8" 
    • Weight: 1.6 oz (0.1 lbs)

    Features

    • Save Big With Sandbaggy! Available in bulk quantities, as low as $0.48 each. This product offers more than 50% savings compared to similar Simpson Strong-Tie TP15 sold at Home Depot.
    • Unmatched Durability: Constructed from G90 hot-dipped galvanized steel, these tie plates boast superior resistance to corrosion, rust, and extreme weather.
    • 10% Thicker & Stronger Than Simpson Tie Plates! Made from 1 mm thick 20-gauge steel, our tie plates are 10% thicker than Simpson Tie Plates. They have the perfect balance of strength and flexibility. You can easily bend these steel tie plates without breaking them to fit your exact needs.
    • Versatile Wood-to-Wood Reinforcement: Enhance the strength and durability of your woodworking projects. Ideal for reinforcing joints in flooring, beams, framing, furniture, and various DIY projects.
    • Easy to Install: 13 nail holes, each 1/8" diameter makes finding the right position simple and facilitates quick and easy installation.
    • Compatible with Nail Sizes: 
      • 0.131 in. x 2.5 in. nails
      • 0.131 in. x 1.5 in. nails

    FAQ

    What is a tie plate?

    Tie plates are flat metal plates that offer extra support to wood joints and prevent them from breaking under stress. Commonly used in construction, DIY, and woodworking, they are made from galvanized steel or other corrosion-resistant materials and come in different sizes and gauges.

    What is the difference between a tie plate and a mending plate?

    Tie plates are designed to strengthen wood joints subjected to tension, while mending plates reinforce damaged or weakened joints subjected to compression.

    How to use a tie plate?

    Using a tie plate is a relatively straightforward process. Here's a general guide:

    1. Ensure the wood surfaces are prepped for joining: clean, dry, free of splinters and irregularities.
    2. Position the tie plate on the joint, ensuring it is properly aligned with the wood elements.
    3. Nail or Screw Attachment: Fasten the plate to wood using nails or screws of the appropriate size and length. To increase fastening power, drive fasteners into the wood at an angle.
    4. Overlapping (if applicable): If using multiple tie plates in a row, ensure they overlap slightly to provide continuous reinforcement along the joint.
    5. Finishing (if applicable): Gently sand and paint after attachment of the tie plates for a finished look.

    Always adhere to the manufacturer's instructions on utilizing the tie plate for top performance and safety.

    What are examples of applications where tie plates used?

    1. Enhancing Truss Connections
    2. Reinforcing Joist-to-Joist Connections
    3. Strengthening Framing Connections
    4. Adding Stability to Wall Framing
    5. Securing Rafter-to-Ridge Board Connections

    Always adhere to the manufacturer's instructions on utilizing the tie plate for top performance and safety, as well as which tie plate is best for your specific application.


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