Steel stud wall fasteners

The TClip System by Engineered Assemblies meets all the prescriptive requirements for nonresidential steel stud walls in ASHRAE 90.1-2007/2010 for all climate zones.

04/08/2013


TClip System by Engineered AssembliesThe TClip System by Engineered Assemblies meets all the prescriptive requirements for nonresidential steel stud walls in ASHRAE 90.1-2007/2010 for all climate zones. The TClip System is designed with fastened cladding thermally broken from the structure. The horizontal girt connects to and is thermally broken from TClip. Vertical and horizontal girts connect outside the insulation to support cladding. The TClip System’s design also works to unite the house of design to the field of construction. The TClip installation process compares to traditional installation practices, while using fewer materials. The TClip System performs with all types of cladding materials. The clips are fully adjustable, helping the installer while providing complete design freedom for architects and maintaining superior building performance.

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