DriftClip® DSLD Interior Head of Wall Drift Connector Light Gauge Steel

Code: DriftClip-DSLD
$3.75
DriftClip® DSLD Interior Head of Wall Drift Connector Light Gauge Steel
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DriftClip® DSLD Interior Head of Wall Drift Connector Light Gauge Steel

Code: DriftClip-DSLD
$3.75

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Product Details
DriftClip® DSLD is available to accommodate interior head of wall vertical deflection and lateral drift requirements. Step Bushings pre-installed in vertical slots allow up to 2” vertical deflection (1” up and down). Horizontal slots accommodate 2” lateral drift (1” left and right-in-plane), with Step Bushings also pre-installed during the manufacturing process. Load tables are provided for attachment to stud. If more than 2” lateral drift is required, contact us 301-937-4383 or email sales@dryalltrims.com

DriftClip DSLD is classified by multiplying stud depth by 100
Example: 6” stud depth Designate: DriftClip® DSLD600
* If more than 2” lateral drift is required, contact us 301-937-4383 or email sales@dryalltrims.com
** Three screws & step bushings are available for attachment to stud in 6" sizes and higher. Specify that 3 slots are needed when placing order

DriftClip® DSLD Features and Value:

• Positive, load rated mechanical attachments
• Manufactured from certified, 50ksi steel
• Step Bushings pre-installed for accurate placement
• Rated screws provided for attachment to stud web
• Load transferred from stud web
• Meets all building code criteria
• Adaptable for multiple configurations

Material Composition
ASTM A1003/A1003M Structural Grade 50 (340) Type H, ST50H (ST340H): 50ksi (340MPa) minimum yield strength, 65ksi (450MPa) minimum tensile strength, 33mil minimum thickness (20 gauge, 0.0346” design thickness) with ASTM A653/A653M G60 (Z180) hot dipped galvanized coating

The attachment of DriftClip DSLD to the primary structure utilizes step bushings designed for #8 (0.164") screws. Designing this connection is the responsibility of the Structural Engineer of Record, and a minimum of two fasteners must be used

US Patents #6,612,087 & #7,104,024