HCL-711 Anchoring System
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HCL-711 Anchoring System
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|link Test Data||link RJ 711 / HCL 711 Test Data||email rj711 test data.pdf||RJ 711 / HCL 711 Test Data|
|link Submittal||link HCL 711||email hcl 711 anchoring system.pdf||HCL 711 submittal|
|link Submittal||link Seismic (Metal Clip)||email hcl 711 seismic metal.pdf||HCL 711 Seismic (Metal Clip)|
|link SDS||link Stainless Steel||email stainless steel sds.pdf||Stainless Steel SDS Flats|
|link SDS||link Galvanized Sheet Steel||email galvanized sheet steel sds.pdf||Galvanized Sheet Steel|
|link SDS||link Hot Dip Galvanized||email hot dip galvanized sds.pdf||Hot Dip Galvanized Flat SDS|
|link SDS||link Mill Galvanized||email mill galvanized sds.pdf||Mill Galvanized Flat SDS|
The HCL 711 (#2411 plate) and (#2402 pintle) Anchoring system installs quickly and easily on exterior walls with brick veneer while providing positive contact with metal stud and avoiding damage to wallboard.
The HCL 711 System moves the dew point from within the stud to near the outer face of the rigid insulation, reducing potential corrosion at the screw locations.
The "LEGS" can accommodate up to 4" of insulation. The legs of the HCL-711 provide the platform for the insulation. This eliminates potential insulation damage and improves thermal performance. R value is maintained. The installer does not have to penetrate varying amounts of insulation while guessing for direct contact with the stud. The pintles serve to secure the insulation to the exterior wallboard. The simplified installation procedure saves on labor costs.
Three pointed prongs which pierce wallboard and abut to the steel stud. The triangular pattern of the 14 gauge prongs allows little or no compressible movement where the wallboard may deteriorate.. The installer does not have to penetrate varying amounts of insulation while guessing for direct contact with the stud.
With the metal studs spaced at 16" intervals, the system provides a 16" squared grid. This is accomplished with two easy steps:
- First, 8-foot-wide insulation is installed as a guide from the footer of the wall. The 16" height of the insulation indicates where the next horizontal line of HCL-711s will attach at the vertical line of wallboard fasteners.
- The insulation is then inlaid snugly between the legs of the uniform horizontal lines of HCL-711s.
HCL 711 Plate
|Legs can accommodate
up to 4" of insulation
|14 or 12 gauge|
|#2411 Prongs||5/8" or 1/2"|
|3/16" dia. standard|
Pintle adjustments are maximum of 1-1/4" up or down and prevent in-and-out movement beyond allowable tolerances.
- Hot Dip Galvanized
- Stainless Steel