Spantec produce a range of brackets that allow a very large number of floor and roof configurations to be assembled. The standard brackets below are typically used for floor frames in decks, ground and upper floors. The arrangement of the brackets are outlined in the ‘Connection & Installation Details’ section of Boxspan Residential Span Tables. The brackets are supplied to suit the different Boxspan depths as well as a range of angles.
Boxspan structural brackets are made from zinc coated G2 grade steel complying with (AS1397/G2 Z450) and AS/NZS 1365:1996. Base metal thicknesses (BMT) of the brackets range from 0.9mm – 1.55mm.
Click on the drawing to see the standard ground floor bracket connections.
To fix two Boxspan beams together. Typically in-plane joists to bearer.
To close off ends of beams or join two beams together over a support.
Used to screw fix joists down to under bearer or wall plate under.
Fixing beams at 45° angle to main beam such joists to perimeter bearers.
Joins two beams together at 45°/135° over a support. i.e. perimeter bearers.
Fixing two laminated joists, bearers into a beam at a 90° angle.
Supports double bearers at a 45° angle for mitred deck corners.
Supports double bearers at a 45° angle for internal mitred deck corners.