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Frame Anchors Masonry Steel Studs

Wood or steel frame backup walls with adhered veneer must be backed with a solid, water-repellent sheathing. Stone veneer units are limited to a maximum thickness of 10 inches. Can be used with existing block wall or exterior wood stud walls (frame butts wall). Can be welded-in for an additional charge.2. Frame is punch and dimpled (4 dimpled holes per jamb = 8 per frame). Non-standard – available upon request at an additional charge. Door frames may also require the use of a countersunk head anchor since the head of any fastener in a door-frame must not protrude into the opening.

This process creates a dull gray coating that is well-suited for painting. Frames can be purchased knocked down or welded and ground smooth. The outside of an auditorium door is the corridor or hall side. The outside of a closet door is the room, corridor or hall side. Republic’s masonry frames are manufactured for various wall conditions, from new construction to existing. These are “soft conversion” approximates. Knocked-down frames shall be placed flat on at least 4˝ (102 mm) wood sills to prevent the frames from resting on the ground. The use of non-vented plastic or canvas shelters that can create a humidity chamber shall be avoided. Grout shall be mixed to provide a 4˝ (102 mm) maximum slump consistency, and be hand troweled into place. The 12 gauge frames are saw miter welded or saw butt end welded, corner construction only. Frames shall be knock-down or set-up and welded. Frames are to be reinforced only for surface mounted hardware, with drilling and tapping to be done in the field by others.

Concrete anchors are a heavy duty anchor for fixing objects to masonry surfaces. Here we use a thru bolt to demonstrate how to …EXISTING MASONRY ANCHOR – Masonry Frame Anchors

Frame Anchors Masonry Steel Studs. Square Frame Anchor

You have better things to do than struggle with outdated fasteners. Furnished with flat head (8) 3/8″ x 6″ masonry sleeve anchors or flat head (8) 3/8″ x 5″ wood lag screws. Just tell us what you need, and we can make it happen as fast as the next day.

Masonry to Steel or Wood Studs

Masonry Frame Anchors
Start with two anchors on top and two on the bottom at quarter points. Add more anchoring points if necessary. Finally, analyze the fasteners for the attachment of the anchor to the backup. The top stone is brought into place, and a hole is drilled up. Can be flat or corrugated with 1″ round or square hole(s). Are door silencers required for fire rated steel doors?

The outside of an exterior door is the street or entrance side. The outside of a room door is the corridor or hall side. All other frames require a quote with a minimum of 5 day lead time. Door frames may range from solid wood to hollow steel. Such is the case when using a hollow steel door frame. Most concrete fasteners are not available in a flat head countersunk head, this means that the selection for the correct anchor will be smaller than with most other applications.

Joints are to be diemitered with integral tabs for reinforcement and interlocking of the jambs to the head. It is not the intention of this document to obstruct the development of alternative installation methods, nor is it intended to restrict frame installation solely to the wall types noted herein.

Refer to project specifications for required cleanup and touchup work. Standard mortar protection in frames is not intended for thin consistency grout. Wood spreaders shall be square and fabricated from lumber no less than 1˝ (25.4 mm) thick. Cut clearance notches for frame stops. Where welded frames are provided with spreader bars, they shall be removed with a suitable saw or chisel and filed flush before setting frames. We offer a wide variety of profiles, face dimensions and configurations to fit your construction need. Frames may also be supplied with anchors welded in place. Continually check plumb and square as wall progresses. The installer is responsible for any shimming or aligning required. Assemble frame per manufacturer’s instructions. Slide frame into wall opening; install wood spreaders. Where possible, one jamb should be butted tightly to the wall. Use tapered shims between anchors and wall and spreaders to maintain squareness and alignment of frame, and to maintain door opening sizes. Drill appropriate size hole (per fastener manufacturer’s instructions) for one-piece anchor bolts. Backer rod or caulking shall be used where gaps occur between frame and wall. Install plugs to cover bolt heads (if so equipped). Erect, brace, square and plumb frame as shown. Attach jambs to floor through floor anchor or floor extension. Nesting or overlapping stud joints or other wall construction practices that will increase the overall wall thickness beyond the intended finished thickness are to be avoided.

Attach jamb studs to anchors with screws or weld. At wrap-around installations in fire rated walls, drywall shall extend at least 1⁄2˝ (12.7 mm) into frame throat. Section 12 for frame installations in butted or existing stud walls. If frames are supplied knocked down, assemble per manufacturer’s instructions. Install anchors (if not supplied welded to frame) per manufacturer’s instructions. Install a vertical wood brace at center of frame. Position and anchor second jamb to floor. If using screws, drill from the back side of the stud, through both the stud and anchor, then attach with (2) screws per anchor location (see figure 15).

If there is insufficient room for wall finish, notch jamb studs no more than 1/16˝ (1.6 mm) deep for anchor straps. If base anchors cannot be used add one anchor per jamb at bottom. Install fire rated frames with the anchor quantity and spacing as per the individual manufacturer’s listings and instructions. Install wood spreaders at bottom and mid-height. Install base anchors if not factory welded to jambs or if frame faces are not prepared for base anchor screws. Listed fill, void or cavity material shall be used at the junction of frame faces and returns with the drywall surface. Assemble knock down frames per manufacturer’s instructions. Assure that rough opening or opening between walls is plumb, square, and properly sized to fit overall frame dimensions and expansion capability of intumescent caulk or sealant.

Using a “stud finder” or similar tool, assure that studs will align with frame mounting screws. Slide frame into wall opening; install wood spreaders at the floor and mid-height of opening. Use tapered shims between anchors and wall and spreaders to maintain squareness and alignment of frame and to maintain door opening. Insert plugs to cover access holes if so equipped. It is intended for in-plant inspections. The steel supplier is therefore permitted to exceed, but not be less than the specified decimal thickness. The straightedge shall be allowed to “rest” naturally on the door surface, not pulled down at one end to meet the door. The door shall be allowed to “rest” naturally on the support blocks, not pulled down at any corner to meet the blocks. O show examples of the accuracy to be maintained while setting frames. Three-sided frames with face dimensions of 1-1/2˝ or less of any opening size, frames for doors that weigh over 9 lbs. Under most conditions, frames such as these require more support during the installation process.

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