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Timber Engineering connectors

Author: CULLEN | Size: 8.72 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2008 | pages: 104

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Cullen

Cullen is the market leader of timber engineering connectors within the UK and Ireland, currently holding 85% of the timber frame market, 55% of the roof truss and engineered floors markets. Our experienced Research and Development Team develop 10 cutting-edge products every year. This is why Cullen is the number one choice for timber connectors.

Our connectors
Cullen Building Products manufacture a range of timber engineering connectors for the following applications:
Timber to masonry connections
Timber frame connections
Engineered wood product (EWP) connections including products for all I-joist and open web system manufacturers
Solid timber & roof truss connections
Truss to wallplate connection including high load applications
Multiple connections for floors and roofs
Restraint straps for masonry and timber frame connections
Ancillary products
Custom connectors
Cullen are specialists in the design, development & manufacture of special connectors, and products to assist with disproportionate collapse in multi-storey timber frame buildings. Corrosion protection to the mild steel is by galvanising to Z275 & Z600. Timber frame wall ties and holding down straps are manufactured with austenitic stainless steel and supplied with the required fixings. Cullen products carry BBA certification and European Technical Approvals.

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