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ANCHORING SYSTEMS

Halfen
Technical
Manual

0499
Engineered systems that
provide faster, easier
adjustable connections.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION Introduction and applications ................................................................................................. 1

ANCHOR CHANNELS ............................................................................................................................................. 9


Preliminary selection charts ................................................................................................. 10
Load charts, edge distances and tee-bolts for:
2815 HTA series anchor channels ........................................................................................ 12
3817 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 14
4022 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 16
4122 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 18
4122 HZA series toothed anchor channels ...................................................................... 20
4141 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 22
4930 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 24
5030 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 26
5234 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 28
5542 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 30
7248 HTA series anchor channels .................................................................................. 32
Long anchor 4022HTA and 5030HTA series anchor channels ............................................... 34
Reversed channel anchors ................................................................................................... 36
HTB series bolt-type anchor channels .................................................................................. 37
HDT series double-tee stem anchor ...................................................................................... 38
Anchor channel dynamic loads ............................................................................................ 39
Custom channel anchors ..................................................................................................... 40
Anchor channel with rebar anchors ...................................................................................... 42
Installation instructions ........................................................................................................ 44
FASTENERS Design information ............................................................................................................... 47
Stainless steel tee-bolts ....................................................................................................... 50
Channel nuts and spring nuts ............................................................................................... 52
Accessories (nuts, lock nuts, washers, etc.) ........................................................................ 54

CHANNEL PROFILES Mounting details and selection information ........................................................................... 55


Load charts and properties of:
2815 HM series channel profile ...................................................................................... 58
3817 HM series channel profile ...................................................................................... 59
4122 HZM series toothed channel profile ........................................................................ 60
4930 HM series channel profile ...................................................................................... 61
4022 HM series channel profile ...................................................................................... 62
5030 HM series channel profile ...................................................................................... 63
5234 HM series channel profile ...................................................................................... 64
5542 HM series channel profile ...................................................................................... 65
7248 HM series channel profile ...................................................................................... 66
Beam diagrams ................................................................................................................... 67
MISCELLANEOUS Load & resistance factor design ........................................................................................... 68
Material specifications ......................................................................................................... 70
Sample specifications .......................................................................................................... 71
Warranty ............................................................................................................................. 72

This catalog is intended as a design aid for use in North All application illustrations shown in the catalog are for
America, and on projects world-wide where North guidance only and should not be taken as working
American design parameters have been used. The load drawings. Halfen Anchoring Systems reserves the right
information in this catalog has been derived from static to amend, withdraw or to make changes to products
tests performed in accordance with ASTM procedures. and specifications at anytime without written notice to
Catalogs with load data based on DIN and other interna- customers, designers and users.
tional standards are available on request.
It is the policy of Halfen Anchoring Systems to work
The information in this catalog is provided in good faith. with designers, engineers and contractors in providing
However, load capacity can be affected by on-site suggestions and advice for the satisfactory solution of
workmanship for which Halfen Anchoring Systems can anchoring problems. However, all advice and drawings
accept no responsibility. Similarly, should Halfen prod- provided are subject to the approval of the design team,
ucts be used in conjunction with channels or components contractor and structural engineer, who take ultimate
from other manufacturers, there can be no guarantee of responsibility for proper product usage.
performance.
INTRODUCTION
HALFEN ANCHORING SYSTEMS
Halfen products have been used worldwide for over
sixty-five years, unmatched in providing secure
adjustable connections to concrete and steel struc-
tures.
L
T
V Halfen anchor channels are cast into concrete, and
Halfen anchor channel can support working loads up to 10,800 lbs (48 kN)
cast into concrete per fastener. They are available in hot dip galvanized
carbon steel or stainless steel in lengths from 1-3/4”
(45mm) to 20’-0” (6.1m).

Halfen channel profiles can be secured to or hung


from the structure by welding, bolting, clamping or
L V screwing. These profiles are available in plain or hot
T
V
T dip galvanized carbon steel or stainless steel in lengths
L
up to 20’-0” (6.1m).
Halfen channel profile Halfen channel profile
welded to steel surface mounted to
back-up
1” (25mm)

Range of fastener
adjustment

1” (25mm)

Tee-bolt
Adjustment
Channel nut

Using Halfen products, a skilled designer can Halfen’s selection of fastener types, sizes and
develop structural or secondary connections with materials allows design flexibility and easy instal-
dimensional adjustments in one, two or three lation. Fasteners can be inserted into the slot face
directions. anywhere along the length of the channel, then
rotated 90 degrees into place.

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Why use Halfen products for connections
INTRODUCTION

to concrete?

1. Easier to design
• Abundant selection of products.
• Clearly presented load data.
• High load capacities with close edge distances.
• Provide adjustability and accommodate construction tolerances.
• Technical and detailing assistance readily available.

2. Perform more consistently


• Off-the-shelf, pre-engineered systems.
• Extensively tested.
• Less susceptible to unskilled installation (poor welds or improperly
installed drilled bolts mean significant reductions in anticipated
load capacities).

3. Safer to use
• No welding required for installation (welding sparks and fumes
can be safety hazard).
• No touch-up painting required.
• No power tools needed for installation (high noise levels, dust,
vibration, electrical equipment, high speed cutting and grinding
machines can all be safety hazards on the jobsite).
• No projection hazards (cast-in bolts projecting above the concrete
surface are a tripping hazard and may injure personnel falling on
them).

4. Easier to install
• Halfen anchor channels are simply nailed to formwork prior to
pouring the concrete. After the formwork is stripped, remove
the foam filler from the channel and install the Halfen fasteners.
• Drilling for expansion bolts is time-consuming with potential
hazards of hitting reinforcement, damaging expensive drill bits or
cracking concrete.
• Cast-in bolts and ferrules are difficult to position accurately,
and provide limited adjustability.

5. Easier to use
• Halfen anchor channels provide instant adjustment.
• Repositioning a welded connection is difficult and expensive.
• Moving the position of a drilled bolt requires redrilling, with
possible reduction in load capacity.
• Cast-in bolts and ferrules lack adjustability and have threads that
are easily damaged or contaminated with concrete or dust.
$$
6. Cost competitive

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INTRODUCTION
HALFEN ANCHOR CHANNEL APPLICATIONS

Steel beam with


longitudinal slots in
bottom flange

Shims as
Halfen tee-bolt and needed
Shim under nut with large flat
if needed washers
Halfen anchor
Halfen anchor channel cast
channel cast into into concrete
concrete wall or slab wall or column

Adjustment Adjustment
Beam with end plates bolted to anchor
channel with Halfen tee-bolts and nuts

Column and base


plate by customer
Halfen anchor channel cast into Adjustment
underside of concrete spandrel beam
provides side-to-side adjustment Slots in
Angle clip by customer baseplate
bolted to anchor channel with
Halfen tee-bolts and nuts
Non-shrink
grout under
base plate after
Long Halfen tee-bolt or threaded all adjustments
rod and channel nut plus extra have been made
nuts and washers provide in-
and-out adjustment

Halfen anchor channel cast Halfen anchor channels


ver tically in back of panel provides cast into concrete
Adjustment Halfen tee-bolts with extra
up-and-down adjustment
nuts and washers provide
jacking adjustment

Halfen anchor channel Handrail post with


slotted mounting
plate by customer

Adjustment Adjustment

Halfen tee-bolts
Slotted angle clip
and nuts with
by customer
large flat washers
Shims if
needed
Halfen tee-bolt
and nut

Halfen anchor channel


Halfen anchor channel cast into edge
of concrete slab or spandrel beam

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INTRODUCTION

HALFEN ANCHOR CHANNEL APPLICATIONS


Adjustment

Fire safing
by customer
(if required) Halfen toothed
Tie strap doubles anchor channel
shear capacity of cast into underside
connection of slab

Restraining
angles with
Block or brick longitudinal
barrier wall slots

Halfen anchor Halfen anchor channels (hot


channel cast into dip galvanized or stainless
underside of slab or Handrail post steel) in edge of balcony slab
concrete spandrel
beam Halfen anchor channels
cast into underside of
balcony slab

Shims as
needed
Shims if
required

Halfen tee-bolt and nuts


with large flat washers

Outrigger bracket with


slotted holes by customer Adjustment
Adjustment

Sunscreen frame bolted to anchor


channels with Halfen tee-bolts and nuts

Groups of hold-down bolts are difficult


to position, difficult to screed between,
require expensive templates, threads Halfen tee-bolts and nuts with
fill with cement and are easily washers can be installed and
damaged, may be too shor t for adjusted to required locations.
shimming, and are a tripping hazard Longer tee-bolts can be easily
substituted if needed

Halfen anchor channels cast


into concrete are easy to align
and suppor t, act as screed level
and require no templates

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INTRODUCTION
HALFEN ANCHOR CHANNEL APPLICATIONS

Drop rods provide Continuous or short pieces of


ver tical adjustment Halfen anchor channels cast into
underside of concrete slab

Trapezes from Halfen


channel profiles or metal
framing systems

Adjustment

Halfen anchor Shims as


channels cast into needed
underside of slab

Halfen anchor
channel cast into
Spacer plate and
underside of
beam clamps
concrete slab

Drop rods and pipe Halfen tee-bolt


clamp by customer and nuts

Adjustment
Secondary steel or
Adjustment monorail by customer

Waffle slab
Precast double-tee
by others

Shims as
Adjustment needed
Adjustment

Continuous Halfen double-tee


Continuous or shor t pieces anchors cast into bottom face
of Halfen anchor channels or of double-tee stems
double-tee anchors cast into
bottom face of waffle slabs Metal framing by customer, (Halfen
double-tee anchors are compatible with
most metal framing systems)

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INTRODUCTION

HALFEN ANCHOR CHANNEL INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

Handrail stanchion or
Close edge distances column with slotted base
are possible plate by customer

Weir plate
Halfen tee-bolt by customer
and nut Concrete tank

Halfen anchor Slots for


channel alignment

Shim under base Adjustment


plate if required
Halfen toothed
anchor channels
cast into tank wall
Adjustment

Rail Rail

Long Halfen tee-bolts Adjustment


Halfen tee-bolts with extra nuts used as
and nuts jacking screws

Rail clip

Spacer
Rail clips plate

Adjustment
Halfen anchor
channel cast into
concrete floor slab Non-shrink grout
under rail after all
Halfen anchor channel adjustments have
cast into concrete slab been made

Fiberglass or steel
storage tank
Storage tank
Anchor straps and turn
buckles by customer
Concrete floor slab or base of
containment structure
Halfen anchor
channel (typically
HT6518, 18” long)

Halfen tee-bracket bolted to Halfen anchor channels


anchor channel with Halfen cast into floor slab
tee-bolts and nuts Adjustment
Slotted holes in saddle for
Halfen tee-bolts and nuts
Concrete Adjustment Shim, if
“Dead man”
needed
or slab

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INTRODUCTION
HALFEN CHANNEL PROFILE CONNECTION DETAILS AND APPLICATIONS

Metal or wood studs

Halfen channel
profile or
Halfen channel toothed channel
profile screw- clamped to
fixed through underside of
sheathing into structural beam
Adjustment studs

Adjustment Adjustment
Sheathing
Halfen channel profile
surface mounted to brick or Drop rod provides third
masonry block wall with degree of adjustment
drilled-in anchors
Halfen channel profiles
welded to structural
Adjustment
members

Halfen channel Halfen channel


profile welded to profile clamped to
hollow section flange of column
Adjustment
Adjustment

Continuous edge angle


with headed studs
Slab on metal deck
Plates or clips by
customer
Adjustment

Brackets by
customer bolted
Adjustment to channel with
Halfen tee-bolts
and nuts
Halfen channel profile
Halfen channel profiles
welded to hollow section
welded to slab edge-angle

Halfen channel profile welded to top


(and/or under side) of pipe rack Slab on metal deck

Clamps can be
positioned Brackets welded
anywhere along the to web of beam
length of the
channel. Different
Adjustment diameter bolts are
accommodated by Adjustment Spandrel beam
channel profile
Halfen channel profiles
shop-welded to brackets

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INTRODUCTION

Standard Halfen products can be readily modified to suit specific project requirements.

Factory-welded corner unit allows Standard Halfen anchor channels


bolting close to corner edge. are manufactured with the
Factory-welded spacers ensure I-anchors transverse to the center
accurate placement in formwork line of the channel.

Anchor channels can also be


manufactured with I-anchors
parallel to the center line of the
channel. Add suffix “L” to par t
number. (eg. HT3506L)

Ri Length to
suit project
Joining straps
shop welded to
anchor channels
provide exact
channel spacing
Channel profiles and
anchor channels can be Centers to
factory radiused to match Ro suit project
the required finished
radius.

Types of Halfen anchor


channels and number of
I-anchors to suit project

Halfen personnel thrive on problem solving. Please call, fax or email if you need assistance.
Phone: (800) 323-6896 or (210) 658-4671; Fax: (888) 277-1695 or (210) 658-7908; Email: tbg@texas.net

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HALFEN ANCHOR
CHANNELS

Halfen anchor channels are manufactured from channel


profiles with I-anchors shop-welded to the back of the
channels.

They are available in ready-to-use short lengths and

ANCHOR CHANNELS
continuous lengths up to 20'-0" (6.1m). Custom lengths can
also be manufactured to suit customer requirements.

Halfen anchor channels are available in hot dip galvanized


carbon steel and are foam filled. Stainless steel anchor
channels are also available.

REINFORCEMENT
Halfen anchor channels have been tested in unreinforced
concrete, and no additional reinforcing is normally needed to
carry the published loads. However the loads resisted by the
anchor channels have to be transferred into the surrounding
concrete, and the engineer must ensure proper design of the
complete system.

SAFETY FACTOR
The loads shown in the catalog are working loads and include a
safety factor of at least 3, applied to the ultimate strength of the
anchor channel or surrounding concrete.

CONCRETE STRENGTH
The load capacities of anchor channels shown in this manual are
based on their performance in 3,000 psi (20.7 MPa) normal
weight concrete. Some loads (marked *) are controlled by steel
strength. All other loads are controlled by concrete strength and
can be increased for higher strength normal weight concrete, up
to a maximum of 5,000 psi (34.5 MPa) by applying a factor of

For light weight concrete strengths up to a maximum of 6,000 psi


(41.4 MPa), apply a factor of

MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES
The dimensions shown are nominal. Tolerances of ±1/8"
(3mm) apply to lengths up to 12" (305mm), and ±1/4" (6mm) on
longer lengths.

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HALFEN ANCHOR
INTRODUCTION

CHANNELS

These illustrations are full-size


PRELIMINARY SELECTION CHARTS
profiles of the anchor channel
bodies shown in this manual. 6" (152mm) Long Anchor 12" (305mm) Long Anchor
Channels with 2 I-Anchors; Channels with 2 I-Anchors;
Single Fastener and a Pair of Fasteners
ANCHOR CHANNELS

2815 HTA Series Pull-Out Pull-Out


Anchor Channels. Load Load
Part numbers start lb (kN) lb (kN)
with HT2... (see
page 13)

3817 HTA Series


Anchor Channels.
Part numbers start
with HT3... (see 13,200 (58.7) HT6712 (p. 31)
page 15)

4022 HTA Series


Anchor Channels. 11,200 (49.8) HT7112 (p. 33)
Part numbers start
with HT4... (see
page 17)

9,600 (42.7) HT6806 (p. 31) 10,000 (44.5) HT6112 (p. 29)

4122 HTA Series


Anchor Channels.
Part numbers start 8,000 (35.6) HT7506 (p. 33)
with HT9... (see
page 19)

6,000 (26.7) HT6506 (p. 29)


4122 HZA Series
Toothed Anchor
Channels. Part 4,650* (20.7) HT5112 (p. 27)
numbers start
with HZ9... (see 3,750* (16.7) HT5506 (p. 27)
page 21)
3,250* (14.5) HT8112 (p. 25)
2,600* (11.6) HT8506 (p. 25) 3,100 (13.8) HT4112 (p. 17)
2,500 (11.1) HT4506 (p. 17) 2,500* (11.1) HT0112 (p. 23)
2,200* (9.8) HT3506 (p. 15) 2,450* (10.9) HT3112 (p. 15)
1,750* (7.8) HT9506 (p. 19) 2,200* (9.8) HT9112 (p. 19)
HZ9506 (p. 21) HZ9112 (p. 21)
4141 HTA Series 1,200* (5.3) HT2506 (p. 13) 1,200* (5.3) HT2112 (p. 13)
Anchor Channels.
Part numbers start
with HT0... (see 0 0
page 23)
Use these charts to make preliminary selections of anchor
channels, then use information on the applicable page to
complete the design

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HALFEN ANCHOR
CHANNELS

PRELIMINARY SELECTION CHARTS 4930 HTA Series


Anchor Channels. Part
12" (305mm) Long Anchor 18" (457mm) Long Anchor
numbers start with
Channels with 3 I-Anchors; Channels with 3 I-Anchors;
HT8... (see page 25)
and a Pair of Fasteners and a Pair of Fasteners

Pull-Out Pull-Out

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Load Load
lb (kN) lb. (kN)
16,000 (71.2) HT6818 (p. 31)
15,400 (68.5) HT7518 (p. 33)
5030 HTA Series
Anchor Channels. Part
numbers start with
HT5... (see page 27)

11,400 (50.7) HT6518 (p. 29)

5234 HTA Series Anchor


Channels. Part numbers
start with HT61... or
HT65... (see page 29)

8,750 (38.9) HT6512 (p. 29)

6,700 (29.8) HT5512LA (p. 35) 5542 HTA Series


Anchor Channels. Part
numbers start with
5,500 (24.5) HT5518 (p. 27) HT67... or HT68... (see
5,000 (22.3) HT5512 (p. 27) 5,200* (23.1) HT8518 (p. 25) page 31)
4,850* (21.6) HT4512LA (p. 34)
4,750* (21.1) HT8512 (p. 25) 4,600 (20.5) HT4518 (p. 17)
4,500 (20.0) HT4512 (p. 17)
4,050* (18.0) HT3512 (p. 15) 4,000* (17.8) HT0518 (p. 23)
4,000* (17.8) HT0512 (p. 23) 3,900* (17.4) HT3518 (p. 15)
3,500* (15.6) HT9512 (p. 19) 3,500* (15.6) HT9518 (p. 19)
HZ9512 (p. 21) HZ9518 (p. 21)

2,200* (9.8) HT2512 (p. 13)


1,800* (8.0) HT2518 (p. 13)
7248 HTA Series
Anchor Channels. Part
numbers start with
0 0 HT7... (see page 33)

Use these charts to make preliminary selections of anchor


channels, then use information on the applicable page to
complete the design

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HALFEN 2815 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. Values marked * may be increased by
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear 1/3 for wind or seismic loads.
2. A factor of 0.85 should be applied to
load values marked * when stainless
T steel material is selected.
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X 3. All other loads are controlled by


V Z concrete strength. Stated loads are for
1"
(25 mm) unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor be increased for higher strength
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
> 2-1/2 (63) 1.00 >3 (76) 1.00 > 1-1/2 (38) 1.00 >5 (127) 1.00 (34.5 MPa) using the factor
2-1/4 (57) 0.90 2-1/2 (63) 0.73 1-1/4 (32) 0.87 4-1/2 (114) 0.90
2 (51) 0.78 2 (51) 0.55 1 (25) 0.72 4 (102) 0.78 4. With the exception of the spot insert,
loads should not be positioned within 1"
1-3/4 (44) 0.61 1-3/4 (44) 0.35 3/4 (19) 0.55 3-1/2 (89) 0.61
(25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
Allowable loads are applicable to all
other possible load positions along the
length of the anchor channel.
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART 5. Check interaction using
Tee-Bolt mm M6 M8 M10 M10 M12
Diameter (D) (in.) (1/4) (5/16) (3/8) (3/8) (1/2)
6. When ordering stainless steel anchor
Strength 4.6 4.6 4.6 8.8 4.6 channels, add suffix A2 or A4 to Part
Grade Standard Standard Standard Structrual Standard No. (e.g. HT2506 A2) as applicable.

Nut ft. lb. Notes on Tee-bolts:


2.2 6 11 30 19
Torque (N.m) (3) (8) (15) (40) (25) 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 1 are
electroplated, ending in 2 are hot dipped
Allowable lb. 600 1,100 1,700 3,550 2,500 galvanized.
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (2.7) (4.9) (7.6) (15.8) (11.1) 2. S indicates special orders,
X indicates not available.
Allowable lb. 400 730 1,150 2,400 1,650 3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 50.
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (1.8) (3.2) (5.1) (10.7) (7.3) 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
channel capacity.
Allowable lb. 110 180 230 670 340 5. Check combined loads using
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (0.5) (0.8) (1.0) (3.0) (1.5)
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt and Nut Part Number
6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
15 (5/8) S S S x x grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 3/16"
(5mm). Select next larger length from
20 (3/4) S BB2211 S x x the tee-bolt selection chart.
25 (1) S S BC2311 x x
30 (1-1/4) S S BD2312 x BD2411
40 (1-1/2) S S BF2311 BF2322 x
50 (2) S S BH2312 x BH2411
60 (2-3/8) S S BJ2311 x x
80 (3-1/4) x S S x S
100 (4) x S S x x
125 (5) x x S x x
150 (6) x S S x x
200 (8) x x S x x

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HALFEN 2815 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 304 stainless steel (A2)
and type 316 stainless steel (A4)

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)

Spot Insert,
HT2002 1-3/4 (45) - - 1,100* (4.9) 1,000 (4.5)
One I-Anchor,
Point Load

HT2506 6 (152) - - 1,200* (5.3) 1,000 (4.5)


Short Anchor Channel,
HT2508 8 (203) - - 1,200* (5.3) 1,000 (4.5)
Two I-Anchors,
HT2110 10 (254) - - 900* (4.0) 1,000 (4.5)
Point Load
HT2112 12 (305) - - 700* (3.1) 1,000 (4.5)
HT2506 6 (152) 2 (51) 2,100* (9.3) 1,500 (6.7)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT2508 8 (203) 2 (51) 2,200* (9.8) 1,500 (6.7)
Two I-Anchors,
HT2110 10 (254) 3 (76) 1,500* (6.7) 1,900 (8.5)
Load Pair
HT2112 12 (305) 4 (102) 1,200* (5.3) 1,900 (8.5)
HT2510 10 (254) 3 (76) 2,200* (9.8) 1,900 (8.5)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT2512 12 (305) 3 (76) 2,200* (9.8) 1,900 (8.5)
Three I-Anchors,
HT2518 18 (457) 6 (152) 1,800* (8.0) 1,900 (8.5)
Load Pair
HT2124 24 (610) 8 (203) 1,400* (6.2) 1,900 (8.5)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT2500 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127) 1,200* (5.3) 1,000 (4.5)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at Equivalent a)
2,640* 38.5 1,900 27.7
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Continuous Lengths to
Point Loads
19'-11" (6070mm), HT2100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) a)
700* (3.1) 1,000 (4.5)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 840* 12.3 1,200 17.5
10" (254mm) Centers
Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees, HT2512 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76) ( )
1,200* 5.3
lb/bolt kN/bolt
1,000
( )
4.5
lb/bolt kN/bolt

Four I-Anchors
(Each Leg)
( )
2,200* 9.8
lb/leg kN/leg
1,900
( )
8.5
lb/leg kN/leg

a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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series
anchor
channels

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. Values marked * may be increased by
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear 1/3 for wind or seismic loads.
2. A factor of 0.85 should be applied to
load values marked * when stainless
steel material is selected.
3. All other loads are controlled by
concrete strength. Stated loads are for
unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor be increased for higher strength
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
>3 (76) 1.00 >3-1/2 (89) 1.00 >2 (51) 1.00 >6 (152) 1.00 (34.5 MPa) using the factor
2-3/4 (70) 0.96 3 (76) 0.78 1-3/4 (44) 0.93 5 (127) 0.92
2-1/2 (63) 0.92 2-1/2 (63) 0.65 1-1/2 (38) 0.86 4 (102) 0.77 4. With the exception of the spot insert,
loads should not be positioned within 1"
2-1/4 (57) 0.87 2-1/4 (57) 0.57 1-1/4 (32) 0.80 3-1/2 (89) 0.60
(25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
2 (51) 0.77 2 (51) 0.38 1 (25) 0.74 3 (76) 0.44 Allowable loads are applicable to all
other possible load positions along the
length of the anchor channel.
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART 5. Check interaction using
Tee-Bolt mm M10 M12 M12 M16 M16
Diameter (D) (in.) (3/8) (1/2) (1/2) (5/8) (5/8)
6. When ordering stainless steel anchor
Strength 4.6 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 channels, add suffix A2 or A4 to Part
Grade Standard Standard Structural Standard Structural No. (e.g. HT3512 A2) as applicable.

Nut ft. lb. 11 19 55 45 147 Notes on Tee-bolts:


Torque (N.m) (15) (25) (75) (60) (200) 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 1 are
electroplated, ending in 2 are hot dipped
Allowable lb. 1,700 2,500 5,200 4,650 9,650 galvanized.
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (7.6) (11.1) (23.1) (20.7) (42.9) 2. S indicates special orders,
X indicates not available.
Allowable lb. 1,150 1,650 3,450 3,100 6,450 3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 50.
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (5.1) (7.3) (15.4) (13.8) (28.7) 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
channel capacity.
Allowable lb. 230 340 860 560 1,800 5. Check combined loads using
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (1.0) (1.5) (3.8) (2.5) (8.0)

Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt and Nut Part Number


6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
20 (3/4) BB3311 S x S x grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 3/16"
30 (1-1/4) BD3311 BD3412 x BD3512 x (5mm). Select next larger length from
the tee-bolt selection chart.
40 (1-1/2) BF3311 BF3411 x BF3511 x
50 (2) BH3311 BH3412 x BH3512 x
60 (2-3/8) S BJ3411 x BJ3511 BJ3522
70 (2-3/4) x x BL3422 x x
80 (3-1/4) S BN3411 x S x
100 (4) S S x S x
125 (5) x S x S x
150 (6) S S x S x
200 (8) x S x S x
HALFEN 3817 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 304 stainless steel (A2)
and type 316 stainless steel (A4)

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)

Spot Insert,
HT3002 1-3/4 (45) - - 2,200* (9.8) 2,300 (10.2)
One I-Anchor,
Point Load
HT3506 6 (152) - - 2,200* (9.8) 2,300 (10.2)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT3508 8 (203) - - 2,200* (9.8) 2,300 (10.2)
Two I-Anchors,
HT3110 10 (254) - - 2,000* (8.8) 2,300 (10.2)
Point Load
HT3112 12 (305) - - 1,500* (6.7) 2,300 (10.2)
HT3506 6 (152) 2 (51) 2,900* (12.9) 2,300 (10.2)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT3508 8 (203) 2 (51) 2,900* (12.9) 2,750 (12.2)
Two I-Anchors,
HT3110 10 (254) 3 (76) 2,900* (12.9) 3,250 (14.5)
Load Pair
HT3112 12 (305) 4 (102) 2,450* (10.9) 3,750 (16.7)
HT3510 10 (254) 3 (76) 4,050* (18.0) 3,750 (16.7)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT3512 12 (305) 3 (76) 4,050* (18.0) 3,750 (16.7)
Three I-Anchors,
HT3518 18 (457) 6 (152) 3,900* (17.4) 3,750 (16.7)
Load Pair HT3124 24 (610) 8 (203) 3,500* (15.6) 3,750 (16.7)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT3500 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127) 2,200* (9.8) 2,300 (10.2)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at Equivalent
a)
4,860* 70.9 3,750 54.7
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Continuous Lengths to
Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT3100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 1,500* (6.7) 2,300 (10.2)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 1,800* 26.3 2,760 40.3
10" (254mm) Centers
Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees,
HT3512 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76)
2,200*
( ) 9.8
lb/bolt kN/bolt
2,300
( )
10.2
lb/bolt kN/bolt

Four I-Anchors
(Each Leg) 4,050 *
( )
18.0
lb/leg kN/leg
3,750
( )
16.7
lb/leg kN/leg

a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. All loads are controlled by concrete
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear strength. Stated loads are for
unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
T be increased for higher strength
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi


V Z (34.5 MPa) using the factor
1"
(25 mm)
2. Loads should not be positioned within 1"
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor (25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
Allowable loads are applicable to all
>3 (76) 1.00 >4 (102) 1.00 >2 (51) 1.00 >6 (152) 1.00 other possible load positions along the
2-3/4 (70) 0.96 3-1/2 (90) 0.82 1-3/4 (44) 0.93 5-1/4 (133) 0.94 length of the anchor channel.
2-1/2 (63) 0.92 3 (76) 0.63 1-1/2 (38) 0.86 4-1/2 (114) 0.85 3. Check interaction using
2-1/4 (57) 0.87 2-1/2 (63) 0.46 1-1/4 (32) 0.80 3-3/4 (95) 0.69
2 (51) 0.77 2 (51) 0.31 1 (25) 0.74 3 (76) 0.44 4. When ordering stainless steel anchor
channels, add suffix A4 to Part
No. (e.g. HT4508 A4) as applicable.
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M10 M12 M12 M16 M16


Diameter (D) (in.) (3/8) (1/2) (1/2) (5/8) (5/8)

Strength 4.6 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 Notes on Tee-bolts:


Grade Standard Standard Structrual Standard Structrual 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 1 are
electroplated, ending in 2 are hot dipped
Nut ft. lb. 11 19 55 45 147 galvanized.
Torque (N.m) (15) (25) (75) (60) (200) 2. S indicates special orders,
X indicates not available.
Allowable lb. 1,700 2,500 5,200 4,650 9,650 3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (7.6) (11.1) (23.1) (20.7) (42.9) 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
channel capacity.
Allowable lb. 1,150 1,650 3,450 3,100 6,450 5. Check combined loads using
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (5.1) (7.3) (15.4) (13.8) (28.7)

Allowable lb. 230 340 860 560 1,800


6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (1.0) (1.5) (3.8) (2.5) (8.0)
grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 3/8"
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt and Nut Part Number (9mm). Select next larger length from
the tee-bolt selection chart.
20 (3/4) S S x x x
30 (1-1/4) BD4311 BD4412 x S x
40 (1-1/2) BF4311 BF4411 x BF4511 BF4521
45 (1-3/4) x x BG4421 x x
50 (2) S BH4412 x BH4512 x
60 (2-3/8) S BJ4411 BJ4421 BJ4511 BJ4521
80 (3-1/4) S BN4411 x BN4511 x
100 (4) S S x S x
125 (5) x S x S x
150 (6) x S x S x
200 (8) x S x S x
250 (10) x x x S x
300 (12) x x x S x

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HALFEN 4022 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 316 stainless steel (A4)

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
HT4506 6 (152) - - 2,500 (11.1) 2,500 (11.1)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT4508 8 (203) - - 2,500 (11.1) 2,500 (11.1)
Two I-Anchors,
HT4110 10 (254) - - 2,300 (10.2) 2,300 (10.2)
Point Load
HT4112 12 (305) - - 2,300 (10.2) 2,300 (10.2)
HT4506 6 (152) 2 (51) 3,000 (13.4) 3,200 (14.2)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT4508 8 (203) 2 (51) 3,000 (13.4) 3,200 (14.2)
Two I-Anchors,
HT4110 10 (254) 3 (76) 3,100 (13.8) 3,800 (16.9)
Load Pair
HT4112 12 (305) 4 (102) 3,100 (13.8) 3,800 (16.9)
HT4510 10 (254) 3 (76) 4,500 (20.0) 4,650 (20.7)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT4512 12 (305) 3 (76) 4,600 (20.5) 4,650 (20.7)
Three I-Anchors,
HT4518 18 (457) 6 (152) 4,600 (20.5) 4,600 (20.5)
Load Pair HT4124 24 (610) 8 (203) 4,600 (20.5) 4,600 (20.5)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT4500 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127) 2,500 (11.1) 2,500 (11.1)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at Equivalent 5,520 80.6 a)
5,600 81.5
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Continuous Lengths to
Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT4100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 2,500 (11.1) 2,300 (10.2)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 3,000 43.8 2,760 40.3
10" (254mm) Centers
Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees,
HT4512 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76) ( )
2,500 11.1
lb/bolt kN/bolt
2,500
( )
11.1
lb/bolt kN/bolt

( ) ( )
(Each Leg) 4,600 20.5 4,650 20.7
Four I-Anchors
lb/leg kN/leg lb/leg kN/leg

a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN 4122 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. Values marked * may be increased by
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear 1/3 for wind or seismic loads.
2. A factor of 0.85 should be applied to
load values marked * when stainless
T steel material is selected.
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X 3. All other loads are controlled by


V Z concrete strength. Stated loads are for
1"
(25 mm) unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor be increased for higher strength
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
>3 (76) 1.00 >4 (102) 1.00 >2 (51) 1.00 >6 (152) 1.00 (34.5 MPa) using the factor
2-3/4 (70) 0.96 3-1/2 (90) 0.82 1-3/4 (44) 0.93 5-1/4 (133) 0.94
2-1/2 (63) 0.92 3 (76) 0.63 1-1/2 (38) 0.86 4-1/2 (114) 0.85 4. Loads should not be positioned within 1"
(25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
2-1/4 (57) 0.87 2-1/2 (63) 0.46 1-1/4 (32) 0.80 3-3/4 (95) 0.69
Allowable loads are applicable to all
2 (51) 0.77 2 (51) 0.31 1 (25) 0.74 3 (76) 0.44 other possible load positions along the
length of the anchor channel.
5. Check interaction using
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART CHANNEL NUT SELECTION CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M12 M16 Nut 3/8" 1/2" 5/8"


Diameter (D) (in.) (1/2) (5/8) Size UNC UNC UNC 6. When ordering stainless steel anchor
channels, add suffix A2 to Part
Strength 8.8 8.8 Nut No. (e.g. HT9512 A2) as applicable.
3/8" (9mm)
Grade Structural Structural Thickness Notes on Tee-bolts:
1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 2 are
Nut ft. lb. 55 100 Bolt 19 50 100 hot dipped galvanized.
Torque (N.m) (75) (136) Torque (26) (68) (136) 2. X indicates not available.
3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Allowable lb. 5,200 9,650 1,100 2,000 2,300
4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (23.1) (42.9) (4.9) (8.9) (10.2)
channel capacity.
5. Check combined loads using
Allowable lb. 3,450 6,450 1,100 1,500 1,500
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (15.4) (28.7) (4.9) (6.7) (6.7)

Allowable lb. Not Not 760 1,500 1,500 6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) Recom. Recom. (3.4) (6.7) (6.7) grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 3/8"
(9mm). Select next larger length from
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt & Nut Part No. Channel Nut Part No. the tee-bolt selection chart.
35 (1-3/8) BE9422 x LP9311 LP9411 LP9511
50 (2) BH9422 BH9522
Notes on Channel Nuts:
100 (4) x BP9522 1. Load capacities shown are the
lesser of the channel lip or
channel nut capacities.
2. Use with SAE Grade 2 bolts,
(minimum).
3. Only available electroplated.
4. When determining bolt length,
ensure bolt is long enough to fully
engage channel nut body, but not
too long to bottom out against back
wall of channel.

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HALFEN 4122 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 304 stainless steel (A2)

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
HT9506 6 (152) - - 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT9508 8 (203) - - 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
Two I-Anchors,
HT9110 10 (254) - - 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
Point Load
HT9112 12 (305) - - 1,600* (7.1) 2,200 (9.8)
HT9506 6 (152) 2 (51) 2,200* (9.8) 3,000 (13.4)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT9508 8 (203) 2 (51) 2,200* (9.8) 3,700 (16.5)
Two I-Anchors,
HT9110 10 (254) 3 (76) 2,200* (9.8) 4,400 (19.6)
Load Pair
HT9112 12 (305) 4 (102) 2,200* (9.8) 4,400 (19.6)
HT9510 10 (254) 3 (76) 3,500* (15.6) 4,400 (19.6)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT9512 12 (305) 3 (76) 3,500* (15.6) 4,400 (19.6)
Three I-Anchors,
HT9518 18 (457) 6 (152) 3,500* (15.6) 4,400 (19.6)
Load Pair HT9124 24 (610) 8 (203) 3,500* (15.6) 4,400 (19.6)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT9500 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127) 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at Equivalent 4,200* 61.3 a)
4,400 64.2
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Continuous Lengths to
Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT9100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 2,100* 30.7 2,640 38.5
10" (254mm) Centers
Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees,
HT9512 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76)
1,750*
( )
7.8
lb/bolt kN/bolt
2,200 9.8
( )
lb/bolt kN/bolt

Four I-Anchors
(Each Leg)
( )
3,500* 15.6
lb/leg kN/leg
4,400 19.6
lb/leg kN/leg( )
a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN 4122 HZA SERIES TOOTHED
ANCHOR CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. Values marked * may be increased by
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear 1/3 for wind or seismic loads.
2. A factor of 0.85 should be applied to
load values marked * when stainless
T steel material is selected.
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X 3. All other loads are controlled by


V Z concrete strength. Stated loads are for
1"
(25 mm) unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor be increased for higher strength
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
>3 (76) 1.00 >4 (102) 1.00 >2 (51) 1.00 >6 (152) 1.00 (34.5 MPa) using the factor
2-3/4 (70) 0.96 3-1/2 (90) 0.82 1-3/4 (44) 0.93 5-1/4 (133) 0.94
2-1/2 (63) 0.92 3 (76) 0.63 1-1/2 (38) 0.86 4-1/2 (114) 0.85 4. With the exception of the spot insert,
loads should not be positioned within 1"
2-1/4 (57) 0.87 2-1/2 (63) 0.46 1-1/4 (32) 0.80 3-3/4 (95) 0.69
(25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
2 (51) 0.77 2 (51) 0.31 1 (25) 0.74 3 (76) 0.44 Allowable loads are applicable to all
other possible load positions along the
length of the anchor channel.
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART CHANNEL NUT SELECTION CHART 5. Check interaction using
Tee-Bolt mm M12 M16 Nut 3/8" 1/2" 5/8"
Diameter (D) (in.) (1/2) (5/8) Size UNC UNC UNC
6. When ordering stainless steel anchor
Strength 8.8 8.8 Nut channels, add suffix A4 to Part
3/8" (9mm) No. (e.g. HZ9002 A4) as applicable.
Grade Structural Structural Thickness
Notes on Tee-bolts:
Nut ft. lb. 55 100 Bolt 19 50 100 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 2 are
Torque (N.m) (75) (136) Torque (26) (68) (136) hot dipped galvanized.
2. X indicates not available.
Allowable lb. 5,200 9,650 1,100 2,000 2,300
3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (23.1) (42.9) (4.9) (8.9) (10.2)
4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
Allowable lb. 3,450 6,450 1,100 1,500 1,500 channel capacity.
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (15.4) (28.7) (4.9) (6.7) (6.7) 5. Check combined loads using

Allowable lb. 1,500* 2,250* 760* 1,500* 2,250*


Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (6.7) (10.0) (3.4) (6.7) (10.0) 6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 3/8"
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt & Nut Part No. Channel Nut Part No. (9mm). Select next larger length from
the tee-bolt selection chart.
35 (1-3/8) BE9422 x LP9311 LP9411 LP9511
50 (2) BH9422 BH9522
Notes on Channel Nuts:
100 (4) x BP9522 1. Load capacities shown are the
lesser of the channel lip or
channel nut capacities.
2. Use with SAE Grade 2 bolts,
(minimum).
3. Only available electroplated.
4. When determining bolt length,
ensure bolt is long enough to fully
engage channel nut body, but not
too long to bottom out against back
wall of channel.

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HALFEN 4122 HZA SERIES TOOTHED
ANCHOR CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 316 stainless steel (A4)

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)

Spot Insert,
HZ9002 2-1/4 (55) - - 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
One I-Anchor,
Point Load

HZ9504 4 (102) - - 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)


Short Anchor Channel, HZ9506 6 (152) - - 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
Two I-Anchors, HZ9508 8 (203) - - 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
Point Load HZ9110 10 (254) - - 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
HZ9112 12 (305) - - 1,600* (7.1) 2,200 (9.8)
HZ9506 6 (152) 2 (51) 2,200* (9.8) 3,000 (13.4)
Short Anchor Channel,
HZ9508 8 (203) 2 (51) 2,200* (9.8) 3,700 (16.5)
Two I-Anchors,
HZ9110 10 (254) 3 (76) 2,200* (9.8) 4,400 (19.6)
Load Pair HZ9112 12 (305) 4 (102) 2,200* (9.8) 4,400 (19.6)
HZ9510 10 (254) 3 (76) 3,500* (15.6) 4,400 (19.6)
Short Anchor Channel,
HZ9512 12 (305) 3 (76) 3,500* (15.6) 4,400 (19.6)
Three I-Anchors,
HZ9518 18 (457) 6 (152) 3,500* (15.6) 4,400 (19.6)
Load Pair HZ9124 24 (610) 8 (203) 3,500* (15.6) 4,400 (19.6)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HZ9500 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127) 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at a)
Equivalent 4,200* 61.3 4,400 64.2
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Continuous Lengths to
Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HZ9100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 1,750* (7.8) 2,200 (9.8)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 2,100* 30.7 2,640 38.5
10" (254mm) Centers
Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m

Corner Anchor
90 Degrees,
HZ9512 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76) ( )
1,750* 7.8
lb/bolt kN/bolt
2,200 9.8
( )
lb/bolt kN/bolt

Four I-Anchors
(Each Leg)
( )
3,500* 15.6
lb/leg kN/leg
4,400 19.6
lb/leg kN/leg( )
a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. Values marked * may be increased by
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear 1/3 for wind or seismic loads.
2. A factor of 0.85 should be applied to
load values marked * when stainless steel
T material is selected.
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X 3. All other loads are controlled by


V Z concrete strength. Stated loads are for
1"
(25 mm) unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor be increased for higher strength
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
>3 (76) 1.00 >4 (102) 1.00 >2 (51) 1.00 >6 (152) 1.00 (34.5 MPa) using the factor
2-3/4 (70) 0.96 3-1/2 (90) 0.82 1-3/4 (44) 0.93 5-1/4 (133) 0.94
2-1/2 (63) 0.92 3 (76) 0.63 1-1/2 (38) 0.86 4-1/2 (114) 0.85 4. Loads should not be positioned within 1"
(25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
2-1/4 (57) 0.87 2-1/2 (63) 0.46 1-1/4 (32) 0.80 3-3/4 (95) 0.69
Allowable loads are applicable to all
2 (51) 0.77 2 (51) 0.31 1 (25) 0.74 3 (76) 0.44 other possible load positions along the
length of the anchor channel.
5. Check interaction using
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART SPRING NUT SELECTION CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M12 M16 Nut 3/8" 1/2" 5/8"


Diameter (D) (in.) (1/2) (5/8) Size UNC UNC UNC 6. When ordering stainless steel anchor
channels, add suffix A2 to Part
Strength 8.8 8.8 Nut No. (e.g. HT0506 A2) as applicable.
Grade Structural Structural Thickness 3/8" (9mm)
Notes on Tee-bolts:
Nut ft. lb. 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 2 are
55 100 Bolt 19 50 100
Torque (N.m) (75) (136) Torque (26) (68) (136) hot dipped galvanized.
2. X indicates not available.
Allowable lb. 5,200 9,650 1,100 2,000 2,300 3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (23.1) (42.9) (4.9) (8.9) (10.2) 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
channel capacity.
Allowable lb. 3,450 6,450 1,100 1,500 1,500 5. Check combined loads using
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (15.4) (28.7) (4.9) (6.7) (6.7)

Allowable lb. Not Not 760 1,500 1,500 6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) Recom. Recom. (3.4) (6.7) (6.7) grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 3/8"
(9mm). Select next larger length from
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt & Nut Part No. Spring Nut Part No. the tee-bolt selection chart.
35 (1-3/8) BE9422 x LP9311S LP9411S LP9511S
50 (2) BH9422 BH9522
Notes on Spring Nuts:
100 (4) x BP9522 1. Load capacities shown are the
lesser of the channel lip or spring
nut capacities.
2. Use with SAE Grade 2 bolts
(minimum).
3. Only available electroplated.
4. When determining bolt length,
ensure bolt is long enough to fully
engage spring nut body, but not too
long to bottom out against back
wall of channel.

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HALFEN 4141 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 304 stainless steel (A2)

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
HT0506 6 (152) - - 2,000* (8.9) 2,200 (9.8)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT0508 8 (203) - - 2,000* (8.9) 2,200 (9.8)
Two I-Anchors,
HT0110 10 (254) - - 2,000* (8.9) 2,200 (9.8)
Point Load
HT0112 12 (305) - - 2,000* (8.9) 2,200 (9.8)
HT0506 6 (152) 2 (51) 2,500* (11.1) 3,000 (13.4)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT0508 8 (203) 2 (51) 2,500* (11.1) 3,700 (16.5)
Two I-Anchors,
HT0110 10 (254) 3 (76) 2,500* (11.1) 4,400 (19.6)
Load Pair
HT0112 12 (305) 4 (102) 2,500* (11.1) 4,400 (19.6)
HT0510 10 (254) 3 (76) 4,000* (17.8) 4,400 (19.6)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT0512 12 (305) 3 (76) 4,000* (17.8) 4,400 (19.6)
Three I-Anchors,
HT0518 18 (457) 6 (152) 4,000* (17.8) 4,400 (19.6)
Load Pair HT0124 24 (610) 8 (203) 4,000* (17.8) 4,400 (19.6)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT0500 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127) 2,000* (8.9) 2,200 (9.8)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at Equivalent 4,800* 70.1 a)
4,400 64.2
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Continuous Lengths to
Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT0100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 2,000* (8.9) 2,200 (9.8)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 2,400* 35.0 2,640 38.5
10" (254mm) Centers
Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees,
HT0512 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76)
( )
2,000* 8.9
lb/bolt kN/bolt
2,200 9.8
( )
lb/bolt kN/bolt

Four I-Anchors
(Each Leg)
( )
4,000* 17.8
lb/leg kN/leg
4,400 19.6
lb/leg kN/leg( )
a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN 4930 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. Values marked * may be increased by
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear 1/3 for wind or seismic loads.
2. A factor of 0.85 should be applied to
load values marked * when stainless
T steel material is selected.
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X 3. All other loads are controlled by


V Z concrete strength. Stated loads are for
1"
(25 mm) unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor be increased for higher strength
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
>4 (102) 1.00 >5 (127) 1.00 >3 (76) 1.00 >8 (203) 1.00 (34.5 MPa) using the factor
3-1/2 (89) 0.97 4-1/4(108) 0.74 2-1/2 (63) 0.97 7 (178) 0.97
3 (76) 0.90 3-1/2 (89) 0.53 2 (51) 0.92 6 (152) 0.90 4. Loads should not be positioned within 1"
(25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
2-1/2 (63) 0.67 2-3/4 (70) 0.34 1-1/2 (38) 0.83 5 (127) 0.67
Allowable loads are applicable to all
2 (51) 0.58 2 (51) 0.18 1 (25) 0.71 4 (102) 0.58 other possible load positions along the
length of the anchor channel.
5. Check interaction using
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M12 M12 M16 M16 M20 M20


Diameter (D) (in.) (1/2) (1/2) (5/8) (5/8) (3/4) (3/4) 6. When ordering stainless steel anchor
channels, add suffix A2 or A4 to Part
Strength 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 No. (e.g. HT8512 A2) as applicable.
Grade Standard Structural Standard Structural Standard Structural
Notes on Tee-bolts:
Nut ft. lb. 19 55 45 147 89 295 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 1 are
Torque (N.m) (25) (75) (60) (200) (120) (400) electroplated, ending in 2 are hot dipped
galvanized.
Allowable lb. 2,500 5,200 4,650 9,650 7,250 15,050 2. S indicates special orders,
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (11.1) (23.1) (20.7) (42.9) (32.3) (67.0) X indicates not available.
3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Allowable lb. 1,650 3,450 3,100 6,450 4,850 10,050 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (7.3) (15.4) (13.8) (28.7) (21.6) (44.4) channel capacity.
5. Check combined loads using
Allowable lb. 340 860 560 1,800 740 2,350
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (1.5) (3.8) (2.5) (8.0) (3.3) (10.5)
6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt and Nut Part No.
grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 7/16"
30 (1-1/4) BD5411 x BD5511 x x x (11mm). Select next larger length from
the tee-bolt selection chart.
35 (1-3/8) x x x x BE5611 x
40 (1-1/2) BF5411 x BF5511 BF5522 x x
45 (1-3/4) x BG5421 x x BG5611 BG5621
50 (2) BH5411 x BH5511 x x x
55 (2-1/4) x x x x BI5612 x
60 (2-3/8) S BJ5421 BJ5511 BJ5521 x BJ5621
75 (3) x x x x BM5611 BM5621
80 (3-1/4) S x BN5511 x x x
100 (4) S x BP5511 x BP5612 x
125 (5) S x S x BQ5611 x
150 (6) S x S x BR5611 x
200 (8) S x S x BT5611 x
300 (12) x x S x S x

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HALFEN 4930 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 304 stainless steel (A2)
and type 316 stainless steel (A4)
PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS
LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
HT8506 6 (152) - - 2,600* (11.6) 3,300 (14.7)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT8508 8 (203) - - 2,600* (11.6) 3,300 (14.7)
Two I-Anchors,
HT8110 10 (254) - - 2,600* (11.6) 3,300 (14.7)
Point Load
HT8112 12 (305) - - 2,600* (11.6) 3,300 (14.7)
HT8506 6 (152) 2 (51) 3,100* (13.8) 4,800 (21.4)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT8508 8 (203) 2 (51) 3,100* (13.8) 4,800 (21.4)
Two I-Anchors,
HT8110 10 (254) 3 (76) 3,250* (14.5) 4,800 (21.4)
Load Pair
HT8112 12 (305) 4 (102) 3,250* (14.5) 4,800 (21.4)
HT8510 10 (254) 3 (76) 4,750* (21.1) 5,500 (24.5)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT8512 12 (305) 3 (76) 4,750* (21.1) 5,500 (24.5)
Three I-Anchors,
HT8518 18 (457) 6 (152) 5,200* (23.1) 5,800 (25.8)
Load Pair HT8124 24 (610) 8 (203) 5,200* (23.1) 5,800 (25.8)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT8500 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127) 2,600* (11.6) 3,300 (14.7)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 5,700* 83.2 5,500 80.3
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Continuous Lengths to
Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT8100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 2,600* (11.6) 3,300 (14.7)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 3,120* 45.6 3,960 57.8
10" (254mm) Centers
Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees,
HT8512 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76)
( )
2,600* 11.6
lb/bolt kN/bolt
3,300 14.7
( )
lb/bolt kN/bolt

Four I-Anchors
(Each Leg)
( )
4,750* 21.1
lb/leg kN/leg
5,500 24.5
( )
lb/leg kN/leg

a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN 5030 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. Values marked * may be increased by
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear 1/3 for wind or seismic loads.
2. A factor of 0.85 should be applied to
load values marked * when stainless
T steel material is selected.
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X 3. All other loads are controlled by


V Z concrete strength. Stated loads are for
1"
(25 mm) unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor be increased for higher strength
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
>4 (102) 1.00 >5 (127) 1.00 >3 (76) 1.00 >8 (203) 1.00 (34.5 MPa) using the factor
3-1/2 (89) 0.97 4-1/4(108) 0.74 2-1/2 (63) 0.97 7 (178) 0.97
3 (76) 0.90 3-1/2 (89) 0.53 2 (51) 0.92 6 (152) 0.90 4. Loads should not be positioned within 1"
(25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
2-1/2 (63) 0.67 2-3/4 (70) 0.34 1-1/2 (38) 0.83 5 (127) 0.67
Allowable loads are applicable to all
2 (51) 0.58 2 (51) 0.18 1 (25) 0.71 4 (102) 0.58 other possible load positions along the
length of the anchor channel.
5. Check interaction using
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M12 M12 M16 M16 M20 M20


Diameter (D) (in.) 6. When ordering stainless steel anchor
(1/2) (1/2) (5/8) (5/8) (3/4) (3/4)
channels, add suffix A4 to Part
Strength 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 No. (e.g. HT5506 A4) as applicable.
Grade Standard Structural Standard Structural Standard Structural Notes on Tee-bolts:
1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 1 are
Nut ft. lb. 19 55 45 147 89 295
electroplated, ending in 2 are hot dipped
Torque (N.m) (25) (75) (60) (200) (120) (400)
galvanized.
Allowable lb. 2. S indicates special orders,
2,500 5,200 4,650 9,650 7,250 15,050
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (11.1) (23.1) (20.7) (42.9) (32.3) (67.0) X indicates not available.
3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Allowable lb. 1,650 3,450 3,100 6,450 4,850 10,050 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (7.3) (15.4) (13.8) (28.7) (21.6) (44.4) channel capacity.
5. Check combined loads using
Allowable lb. 340 860 560 1,800 740 2,350
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (1.5) (3.8) (2.5) (8.0) (3.3) (10.5)
6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt and Nut Part No. grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 7/16"
30 (1-1/4) BD5411 x BD5511 x x x (11mm). Select next larger length from
the tee-bolt selection chart.
35 (1-3/8) x x x x BE5611 x
40 (1-1/2) BF5411 x BF5511 BF5522 x x
45 (1-3/4) x BG5421 x x BG5611 BG5621
50 (2) BH5411 x BH5511 x x x
55 (2-1/4) x x x x BI5612 x
60 (2-3/8) S BJ5421 BJ5511 BJ5521 x BJ5621
75 (3) x x x x BM5611 BM5621
80 (3-1/4) S x BN5511 x x x
100 (4) S x BP5511 x BP5612 x
125 (5) S x S x BQ5611 x
150 (6) S x S x BR5611 x
200 (8) S x S x BT5611 x
300 (12) x x S x S x

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HALFEN 5030 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 316 stainless steel (A4)

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
HT5506 6 (152) - - 3,750* (16.7) 3,300 (14.7)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT5508 8 (203) - - 3,750* (16.7) 3,300 (14.7)
Two I-Anchors,
HT5110 10 (254) - - 3,750* (16.7) 3,300 (14.7)
Point Load
HT5112 12 (305) - - 3,750* (16.7) 3,300 (14.7)
HT5506 6 (152) 2 (51) 4,500* (20.0) 4,000 (17.8)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT5508 8 (203) 2 (51) 4,500* (20.0) 4,500 (20.0)
Two I-Anchors,
HT5110 10 (254) 3 (76) 4,650* (20.7) 5,500 (24.5)
Load Pair
HT5112 12 (305) 4 (102) 4,650* (20.7) 5,500 (24.5)
HT5510 10 (254) 3 (76) 5,000 (22.3) 5,500 (24.5)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT5512 12 (305) 3 (76) 5,000 (22.3) 5,500 (24.5)
Three I-Anchors,
HT5518 18 (457) 6 (152) 5,500 (24.5) 6,600 (29.4)
Load Pair
HT5124 24 (610) 8 (203) 5,500 (24.5) 6,600 (29.4)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads
19'-11" (6070mm), a)
HT5500 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127) 3,750* (16.7) 3,300 (14.7)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at Equivalent 6,000 87.6 a)
5,500 80.3
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Continuous Lengths to
Point Loads
19'-11" (6070mm), HT5100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 3,750* (16.7) a)
3,300 (14.7)
I-Anchors at
( ) ( )
a)
Equivalent 4,500 65.7 3,960 57.8
10" (254mm) Centers
Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees, HT5512 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76)
( )
3,750* 16.7
lb/bolt kN/bolt
3,300
( )
14.7
lb/bolt kN/bolt

Four I-Anchors
(Each Leg)
( )
5,000 22.3
lb/leg kN/leg
5,500
( )
24.5
lb/leg kN/leg

a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN 5234 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. All loads are controlled by concrete
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear strength. Stated loads are for
unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
T be increased for higher strength
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi


V Z (34.5 MPa) using the factor
1"
(25 mm)
2. Loads should not be positioned within 1"
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor (25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
Allowable loads are applicable to all
>6 (152) 1.00 >7 (178) 1.00 >5 (127) 1.00 > 12 (305) 1.00 other possible load positions along the
5 (127) 0.96 6 (152) 0.80 4 (102) 0.86 10 (254) 0.96 length of the anchor channel.
4 (102) 0.91 4-3/4(121) 0.56 3 (76) 0.75 8 (203) 0.91 3. Check interaction using
3 (76) 0.83 3-1/2 (89) 0.37 2 (51) 0.65 6 (152) 0.83
2-1/2 (63) 0.77 2-1/2 (63) 0.21 1-1/2 (38) 0.61 5 (127) 0.77 4. When ordering stainless steel anchor
channels, add suffix A4 to Part
No. (e.g. HT6112 A4) as applicable.
TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M12 M12 M16 M16 M20 M20


Diameter (D) (in.) (1/2) (1/2) (5/8) (5/8) (3/4) (3/4)
Notes on Tee-bolts:
Strength 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8
Grade Standard Structural Standard Structural Standard Structural 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 1 are
electroplated, ending in 2 are hot dipped
Nut ft. lb. 19 55 45 147 89 295 galvanized.
Torque (N.m) (25) (75) (60) (200) (120) (400) 2. S indicates special orders,
X indicates not available.
Allowable lb. 2,500 5,200 4,650 9,650 7,250 15,050 3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (11.1) (23.1) (20.7) (42.9) (32.3) (67.0) 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
channel capacity.
Allowable lb. 1,650 3,450 3,100 6,450 4,850 10,050 5. Check combined loads using
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (7.3) (15.4) (13.8) (28.7) (21.6) (44.4)

Allowable lb. 340 860 560 1,800 740 2,350 6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (1.5) (3.8) (2.5) (8.0) (3.3) (10.5) grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 5/8"
(16mm). Select next larger length from
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt and Nut Part No.
the tee-bolt selection chart.
30 (1-1/4) BD5411 x BD5511 x x x
35 (1-3/8) x x x x BE5611 x
40 (1-1/2) BF5411 x BF5511 BF5522 x x
45 (1-3/4) x BG5421 x x BG5611 BG5621
50 (2) BH5411 x BH5511 x x x
55 (2-1/4) x x x x BI5612 x
60 (2-3/8) S BJ5421 BJ5511 BJ5521 x BJ5621
75 (3) x x x x BM5611 BM5621
80 (3-1/4) S x BN5511 x x x
100 (4) S x BP5511 x BP5612 x
125 (5) S x S x BQ5611 x
150 (6) S x S x BR5611 x
200 (8) S x S x BT5611 x
300 (12) x x S x S x

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HALFEN 5234 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.
Also available in type 316 stainless steel (A4)

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
HT6506 6 (152) - - 6,000 (26.7) 5,600 (24.9)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT6508 8 (203) - - 6,000 (26.7) 5,600 (24.9)
Two I-Anchors,
HT6110 10 (254) - - 6,000 (26.7) 5,600 (24.9)
Point Load
HT6112 12 (305) - - 6,000 (26.7) 5,600 (24.9)
Short Anchor Channel, HT6508 8 (203) 3 (76) 7,300 (32.5) 7,000 (31.2)
Two I-Anchors, HT6110 10 (254) 3 (76) 8,600 (38.3) 7,000 (31.2)
Load Pair HT6112 12 (305) 3 (76) 10,000 (44.5) 11,200 (49.8)
HT6512 12 (305) 3 (76) 8,750 (38.9) 11,200 (49.8)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT6516 16 (406) 5 (127) 10,000 (44.5) 11,200 (49.8)
Three I-Anchors,
HT6518 18 (457) 6 (152) 11,400 (50.7) 11,200 (49.8)
Load Pair HT6124 24 (610) 8 (203) 11,400 (50.7) 11,200 (49.8)
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT6100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 6,000 (26.7) 5,600 (24.9)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at Equivalent 7,200 105.1 a)
6,720 98.1
10" (254mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees,
HT6112 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76)
6,000
lb/bolt ( )
26.7
kN/bolt
5,600
( )
24.9
lb/bolt kN/bolt

Three I-Anchors
(Each Leg) 10,000
lb/leg ( )
44.5
kN/leg ( )
11,200 49.8
lb/leg kN/leg

a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN 5542 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
Notes on Anchor Channels:
EDGE DISTANCE END DISTANCE SPACING
1. All loads are controlled by concrete
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear strength. Stated loads are for
unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
T be increased for higher strength
S
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi


V Z (34.5 MPa) using the factor
1"
(25 mm)
2. Loads should not be positioned within 1"
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor (25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
Allowable loads are applicable to all
> 6-1/2(165) 1.00 >9 (229) 1.00 > 5-1/2(140) 1.00 > 14 (356) 1.00 other possible load positions along the
6 (152) 0.97 7-3/4(197) 0.77 4-3/4(121) 0.86 12 (305) 0.97 length of the anchor channel.
5-1/2(140) 0.95 6-1/2(165) 0.57 4 (102) 0.78 10 (254) 0.92 3. Check interaction using
4-3/4(121) 0.90 5-1/4(133) 0.38 3-1/2 (89) 0.73 9 (229) 0.87
4 (102) 0.82 4 (102) 0.23 3 (76) 0.69 8 (203) 0.82

TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M12 M12 M16 M16 M20 M20


Diameter (D) (in.) (1/2) (1/2) (5/8) (5/8) (3/4) (3/4)

Strength 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 Notes on Tee-bolts:


Grade Standard Structural Standard Structural Standard Structural 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 1 are
electroplated, ending in 2 are hot dipped
Nut ft. lb. 19 55 45 147 89 295 galvanized.
Torque (N.m) (25) (75) (60) (200) (120) (400) 2. S indicates special orders,
X indicates not available.
Allowable lb. 2,500 5,200 4,650 9,650 7,250 15,050 3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (11.1) (23.1) (20.7) (42.9) (32.3) (67.0) 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
channel capacity.
Allowable lb. 1,650 3,450 3,100 6,450 4,850 10,050 5. Check combined loads using
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (7.3) (15.4) (13.8) (28.7) (21.6) (44.4)

Allowable lb. 340 860 560 1,800 740 2,350 6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (1.5) (3.8) (2.5) (8.0) (3.3) (10.5) grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 5/8"
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt and Nut Part No. (16mm). Select next larger length from
the tee-bolt selection chart.
30 (1-1/4) BD5411 x BD5511 x x x
35 (1-3/8) x x x x BE5611 x
40 (1-1/2) BF5411 x BF5511 BF5522 x x
45 (1-3/4) x BG5421 x x BG5611 BG5621
50 (2) BH5411 x BH5511 x x x
55 (2-1/4) x x x x BI5612 x
60 (2-3/8) S BJ5421 BJ5511 BJ5521 x BJ5621
75 (3) x x x x BM5611 BM5621
80 (3-1/4) S x BN5511 x x x
100 (4) S x BP5511 x BP5612 x
125 (5) S x S x BQ5611 x
150 (6) S x S x BR5611 x
200 (8) S x S x BT5611 x
300 (12) x x S x S x

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HALFEN 5542 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
HT6806 6 (152) - - 9,600 (42.7) 9,600 (42.7)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT6808 8 (203) - - 9,600 (42.7) 9,600 (42.7)
Two I-Anchors,
HT6710 10 (254) - - 10,800 (48.1) 10,800 (48.1)
Point Load
HT6712 12 (305) - - 10,800 (48.1) 10,800 (48.1)
Short Anchor Channel, HT6808 8 (203) 3 (76) 11,700 (52.1) 10,800 (48.1)
Two I-Anchors, HT6710 10 (254) 3 (76) 13,200 (58.7) 13,300 (59.2)
Load Pair HT6712 12 (305) 3 (76) 13,200 (58.7) 13,300 (59.2)
Short Anchor Channel, HT6816 16 (406) 5 (127) 13,000 (57.9) 13,300 (59.2)
Three I-Anchors, HT6818 18 (457) 6 (152) 16,000 (71.2) 13,300 (59.2)
Load Pair HT6724 24 (610) 8 (203) 17,600 (78.3) 13,300 (59.2)

Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)


19'-11" (6070mm), HT6700 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 9,600 (42.7) 10,800 (48.1)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at a)
Equivalent 11,500 167.9 13,000 189.8
10" (254mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees, HT6712 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76)
9,600
lb/bolt ( 42.7
kN/bolt ) 9,600
(
48.1
lb/bolt kN/bolt )
Three I-Anchors
(Each Leg) 13,200
lb/leg ( 58.7
kN/leg ) (
13,300 59.2
lb/leg kN/leg )
a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN 7248 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

LOAD FACTORS
EDGE DISTANCE Notes on Anchor Channels:
END DISTANCE SPACING
1. All loads are controlled by concrete
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) Pull-Out & Shear Pull-Out & Shear strength. Stated loads are for
unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi
(20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads may
T S be increased for higher strength
ANCHOR CHANNELS

X X concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi


V Z (34.5 MPa) using the factor
1"
(25 mm)
2. Loads should not be positioned within 1"
Dimension X Dimension X Dimension Z Dimension S
Factor Factor Factor Factor (25mm) of the end of the anchor channel.
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
Allowable loads are applicable to all
> 6-1/2(165) 1.00 >9 (229) 1.00 > 5-1/2(140) 1.00 > 14 (356) 1.00 other possible load positions along the
6 (152) 0.97 7-3/4(197) 0.77 4-3/4(121) 0.90 12 (305) 0.97 length of the anchor channel.
5-1/2(140) 0.95 6-1/2(165) 0.57 4 (102) 0.81 10 (254) 0.92 3. Check interaction using
4-3/4(121) 0.90 5-1/4(133) 0.38 3-1/2 (89) 0.76 9 (229) 0.87
4 (102) 0.82 4 (102) 0.23 3 (76) 0.71 8 (203) 0.82

TEE-BOLT SELECTION CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M20 M20 M24 M24 M27 M30


Diameter (D) (in.) (3/4) (3/4) (1) (1) (1-1/8) (1-1/4)

Strength 4.6 8.8 4.6 8.8 4.6 4.6 Notes on Tee-bolts:


Grade Standard Structural Standard Structural Standard Standard 1. Tee-bolt part numbers ending in 2 are
hot dipped galvanized.
Nut ft. lb. 89 295 147 500 220 295 2. S indicates special orders,
Torque (N.m) (120) (400) (200) (680) (300) (400) X indicates not available.
3. For stainless steel tee-bolts, see page 51.
Allowable lb. 7,250 15,050 10,450 21,700 13,600 16,600 4. Bolt capacity may be limited by anchor
Tension Load (TB )(kN) (32.3) (67.0) (46.5) (96.6) (60.5) (73.9) channel capacity.
5. Check combined loads using
Allowable lb. 4,850 10,050 6,950 14,450 9,100 11,100
Shear Load (VB ) (kN) (21.6) (44.4) (30.9) (64.3) (40.5) (49.4)

Allowable lb. 740 2,350 970 2,850 1,400 1,850 6. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add
Slip Load (VS ) (kN) (3.3) (10.5) (4.3) (12.7) (6.2) (8.2) grip (G) plus bolt diameter (D) plus 3/4"
(19mm). Select next larger length from
Length (L) mm (in.) Tee-bolt and Nut Part No. the tee-bolt selection chart.

50 (2) S BH7622 BH7712 x x x


75 (3) BM7612 x BM7712 BM7722 S BM7912
100 (4) BP7612 x BP7712 x S BP7912
150 (6) S x S x x S
200 (8) S x S x x S

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HALFEN 7248 HTA
SERIES
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
HT7506 6 (152) - - 8,000 (35.6) 7,700 (34.3)
Short Anchor Channel,
HT7508 8 (203) - - 8,000 (35.6) 7,700 (34.3)
Two I-Anchors,
HT7110 10 (254) - - 8,000 (35.6) 7,700 (34.3)
Point Load
HT7112 12 (305) - - 8,000 (35.6) 7,700 (34.3)
Short Anchor Channel, HT7508 8 (203) 3 (76) 9,800 (43.6) 7,700 (34.3)
Two I-Anchors, HT7110 10 (254) 3 (76) 9,800 (43.6) 10,000 (44.5)
Load Pair HT7112 12 (305) 3 (76) 11,200 (49.8) 10,000 (44.5)
Short Anchor Channel, HT7516 16 (406) 5 (127) 12,000 (53.4) 11,000 (49.0)
Three I-Anchors, HT7518 18 (457) 6 (152) 15,400 (68.5) 12,000 (53.4)
Load Pair HT7124 24 (610) 8 (203) 15,400 (68.5) 12,000 (53.4)

Continuous Lengths to Point Loads a)


19'-11" (6070mm), HT7100 19'-11" (6070) 10 (254) 8,000 (35.6) 7,700 (34.3)

( ) ( )
I-Anchors at a)
Equivalent 9,600 140.1 9,300 135.8
10" (254mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees, HT7112 x 12B 12 (305) 3 (76)
8,000
lb/bolt (35.6
kN/bolt ) 7,700
(34.3
lb/bolt kN/bolt )
Three I-Anchors
(Each Leg) 11,200
lb/leg (49.8
kN/leg ) (
10,000 45.5
lb/leg kN/leg )
a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN 4022 HTA
LONG ANCHOR
ANCHOR
CHANNELS
ANCHOR CHANNELS

Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (TA) (VA)
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)

Short Anchor Channel,


Three Long I-Anchors, HT4512LA 12 (305) 3 (76) 4,850* (21.6) 4,650 (20.7)
Load Pair on pair of bolts on pair of bolts
Continuous Lengths to Point Loads 2,425* (10.8) a)
2,325 (10.3)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT4500LA 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127)

( ) ( )
Long I-Anchors at Equivalent a)
5,820 84.9 5,600 81.5
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees, HT4512 x 12LAB 12 (305) 3 (76) ( )
2,425* 10.8
lb/bolt kN/bolt
2,325
lb/bolt ( )
10.3
kN/bolt

Four Long I-Anchors


(Each Leg)
( )
4,850* 21.6
lb/leg kN/leg
4,650
lb/leg ( )
20.9
kN/leg

EDGE DISTANCE LOAD FACTORS Notes on Anchor Channels:


1. Values marked * may be increased by 1/3 for wind or seismic loads.
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) 2. All other loads are controlled by concrete strength. Stated loads are for
unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi (20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads
may be increased for higher strength concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
T (34.5 MPa) using the factor
X X
V 3. Loads should not be positioned within 1" (25mm) of the end of the anchor
channel. Allowable loads are applicable to all other possible load positions
Dimension X along the length of the anchor channel.
Dimension X Factor Factor 4. Check interaction using
in. (mm) in. (mm)
> 2-3/4 (70) 1.00 >4 (102) 1.00
Notes on Tee-bolts:
2-1/2 (63) 0.98 3-1/2 (89) 0.82
1. Use Tee-bolt selection chart on page 16,(same as 4022 HTA series anchor
2-1/4 (57) 0.98 3 (76) 0.63 channels).
2-1/2 (63) 0.46
2-1/4 (57) 0.38

a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

34
HALFEN 5030 HTA
LONG ANCHOR
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.

PART CHANNEL MIN. DISTANCE ALLOWABLE LOADS


LOAD CONFIGURATION NUMBER LENGTH BETWEEN PULL-OUT SHEAR
LOAD POINTS (T A) (VA )
in. (mm) in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)

Short Anchor Channel,


Three Long I-Anchors, HT5512LA 12 (305) 3 (76) 6,700 (29.8) 5,500 (24.5)
Load Pair on pair of bolts on pair of bolts

Continuous Lengths to Point Loads 3,750 (16.7) a)


3,300 (14.7)
19'-11" (6070mm), HT5500LA 19'-11" (6070) 5 (127)

( ) ( )
Long I-Anchors at Equivalent 8,040 117.4 a)
5,500 80.3
5" (127mm) Centers Uniform Load lb/ft kN/m lb/ft kN/m
Corner Anchor
90 Degrees, HT5512 x 12LAB 12 (305) 3 (76)
( )
3,750 16.7
lb/bolt kN/bolt
3,300
lb/bolt ( )
14.7
kN/bolt
Four Long I-Anchors (Each Leg)
( )
6,700 29.8
lb/leg kN/leg
5,500
lb/leg ( )
24.5
kN/leg

Notes on Anchor Channels:


EDGE DISTANCE LOAD FACTORS
1. All loads are controlled by concrete strength. Stated loads are for
Pull-Out (T) Shear (V) unreinforced normal weight 3,000 psi (20.7 MPa) concrete. These loads
may be increased for higher strength concrete up to maximum of 5,000 psi
(34.5 MPa) using the factor
T
X X 2. Loads should not be positioned within 1" (25mm) of the end of the anchor
V channel. Allowable loads are applicable to all other possible load positions
along the length of the anchor channel.
3. Check interaction using
Dimension X Dimension X
Factor Factor
in. (mm) in. (mm)
Notes on Tee-bolts:
>4 (102) 1.00 >5 (127) 1.00
1. Use Tee-bolt selection chart on page 26,(same as 5030 HTA series
3-1/2 (89) 0.97 4-1/2 (114) 0.96 anchor channels).
3 (76) 0.94 4 (102) 0.86
2-1/2 (63) 0.90 3-1/2 (89) 0.72
2-1/4 (57) 0.87 3 (76) 0.57
2-1/2 (63) 0.42
2-1/4 (57) 0.34

a) For determining the shear capacity of continuous lengths, use the edge distance factor for an equivalent edge distance of 0.60 times the actual edge distance.

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HALFEN
REVERSED
CHANNEL
ANCHORS

2” (51mm)
minimum

2” (51mm)
minimum

1-1/2” 3-1/16”
ANCHOR CHANNELS

Length
(38mm) (77mm)

Length
Face of anchor
flush with face
of concrete.

1-1/2”
Self-drilling screws
(38mm)
can be driven into I-anchors shop welded to
the face of the slot-face of 3817 channel
anchor.
0.12”
(3mm) wall Nail hole
Part No. HT3506R HT3112R
Channel cavity filled with foam
Anchor in. 6 12 5/8” (17mm) to provide void for screw point
Length (mm) (152) (305)

Allowable Anchor lb. 2,200* 2,450*


Pull-Out Load (kN) (9.8) (10.9)

Allowable Anchor lb. 2,300 3,700


Shear Load (kN) (10.2) (16.7)
Notes:
1. Available hot dip galvanized.
2. Loads shown include a safety factor of 3,
in 3,000 psi (20.7 MPa) concrete.
3. Loads marked * may be increased by 1/3
for wind or seismic loads.
4. Loads shown must be shared by two or Centers as
more screws. specified by
customer

Foam filled 1-1/2” (38mm)


channel bodies
Custom length reversed channel anchors up to
19’-11” (6070mm) long can be manufactured
to suit customer requirements. Additionally,
Halfen can provide channel pairs to customer -
specified lengths and centers. Length as
specified by
customer

3-1/16” (77mm) 5/8” (17mm)


Total depth

36
HALFEN
BOLT-TYPE
ANCHOR
CHANNELS

ANCHOR CHANNELS
D

HTB2100

HTB3100 Standard Length


19’-11” (6070mm)

A B

Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel. HTB4100


Also available in type 316 (A4) stainless
steel. Consult Halfen for availability.

Notes: 1. Loads marked * may be


Part No. HTB2100 HTB3100 HTB4100 increased by 1/3 for wind or
seismic loads
Allowable (TA) lb. 700* 1,400* 2,000*
2. Loads shown are per fastener.
Pull-Out Capacity (kN) (3.1) (6.2) (8.9)
Multiple fasteners may be used at
Allowable (VA) lb. 1,000 1,600 1,600 10” (254mm) minimum spacing.
Shear Capacity (kN) (1.5) (7.1) (7.1) 3. When ordering stainless steel
bolt-type anchor channels, add
Channel Body Series 2815 3817 4022 suffix A4 (e.g. HTB3100 A4).
4. Anchor channels are supplied
D A in. (mm) 1-1/8 (28) 1-1/2 (38) 1-9/16 (40) foam filled.
i
m B in. (mm) 9/16 (15) 5/8 (17) 7/8 (22)
e
n
s C in. (mm) 3 (75) 3-1/16 (77) 3-1/4 (82)
i
o D in. (mm) 0.20 (5.2) 0.27 (7) 0.27 (7)
n
s E in. (mm) 11/16 (17.5) 15/16 (24) 15/16 (24)

For edge distances and


12 14 16
tee-bolts, see page.

37
HALFEN DOUBLE-TEE
STEM ANCHOR

10” (254mm) typical


anchor spacing
ANCHOR CHANNELS

8” (203mm) spacing
on one end 3-1/4”
(83mm) 2” (51mm)
1” (25mm)
Strand
Length height

HDT9100 has 5 7/8”


(22mm) 1-5/8” (41mm)
ramps per length,
HDT9100-120 has 4-1/2” (114mm)
3 ramps per length

Part Number Length


Double-Tee Stem
HDT9100 20’-0” (6,096mm)
Single bolt shear load. HDT9100-120 10’-0” (3,048mm)
(Also total shear load on Strand
bolt pairs). Loads to be at
minimum 10” (254mm)
Load Allowable Equivalent
centers.
Condition Design Load Uniform Load

Single bolt pull-out load. Pull-out load on 2,000 lb 2,400 lb/ft


Bolts to be at minimum single bolt (TA) (8.9 kN) (35.0 kN/m)
10” (254mm) centers
Pull-out load on 2,900 lb 3,480 lb/ft
bolt pair (TA) (12.9 kN) (50.8 kN/m)
Bolt pair pull-out load. Bolts to be at minimum
3” (76mm) centers, bolt pair groups to be at Shear load on single 1,650 lb 1,980 lb/ft
minimum 10” (254mm) centers bolt or bolt pair (VA) (7.3 kN) (28.9 kN/m)

Notes:
Strand passes through vee- 1. Allowable loads include a safety factor of 3, based on
anchor guide, providing concrete strength of 5,000 psi (34.5 MPa).
longitudinal alignment 2. Check interaction using

3. Hot dip galvanized finish and foam-filled.


4. Site cutting to length may be carried out, however
Strand cut must be no further than 1-1/2” (38mm) from anchor.
Contact Halfen for factory-assembled custom lengths.
5. This product can be readily supplied with alternate ramp
heights to suit different strand positions.
6. Also available in stainless steel.

Strand bears on ramp, tension


in strand forces stem anchor
into bottom of form

Halfen Double-Tee Stem Anchor

38
HALFEN ANCHOR CHANNEL
DYNAMIC LOADS

Dynamic Load Capacities for Halfen Anchor Channels


Hot rolled carbon steel Halfen anchor channels (4022HTA, Equivalent Cyclical Capacity; TD = k x TA
5030HTA, 5234HTA, 5542HTA, and 7248HTA series) may be where
used in applications where dynamic loads are present. The k = Dynamic Load Factor (from graph) and

ANCHOR CHANNELS
graph below may be used to convert allowable static pull-out TA = Static Load Capacity (from anchor channel load
loads of Halfen anchor channels shown elsewhere in this charts)
manual to an equivalent cyclical load capacity for a given
This information may also be applied to load
number of load cycles.
capacities of Halfen carbon steel tee-bolts and
nuts provided elsewhere in this manual.

1 1 1
2 3 4 5 6 7 89 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 2 3 4 5
1.0

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.6
DYNAMIC LOAD
FACTOR, k 0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

1X104 2X104 5X104 1X105 2X105 5X105 1X106 2X106

DESIGN LIFE (Load Cycles)

The following table provides several examples.


Halfen
Published Design Dynamic Equivalent
Anchor
Static Life Load Cyclical
Channel
Pull-Out Load Cycles Factor Capacity
Part No. Page TA, lbs. (kN) (k) TD, lbs. (kN)

HT6512 29 8,750 (38.9) 4x104 0.63 5,513 (24.5)

HT7518 33 15,400 (68.5) 3x105 0.34 5,236 (23.3)

HT4112 17 2,300 (10.2) 1x106 0.29 667 (3.0)

Notes: 1. Published static loads have minimum safety factor of 3.0 in normal weight concrete with
f’c = 3,000 psi (20.7MPa)

39
HALFEN
CUSTOM
CHANNEL
ANCHORS

Halfen Anchoring Systems can fabricate


almost any custom anchor channel or
assembly. Fax your detail or connection
requirement, or call us to
develop your ideas.
ANCHOR CHANNELS

Specify
Specify Length
12”
Centers
(305 mm)

We manufacture a range of Channel pairs are readily available.


corner anchors compatible They provide one-piece assemblies which are
12” with our 12” (305 mm) long easily positioned and secured to the formwork,
(305 mm) anchor channels. and ensure both channels are parallel.
I-anchors

Corner Anchor Number of For use with


Part Number I-Anchors Corresponding
on Back Anchor Channel
HT2512 x 12 B 4 HT2512
HT3512 x 12 B 4 HT3512
HT4512 x 12 B 4 HT4512
HT4512 x 12 LA B 4 HT4512 LA Custom corners can be
HT5512 x 12 B 4 HT5512 readily fabricated to suit
HT5512 x 12 LA B 4 HT5512 LA job needs.
HT6112 x 12 B 3 HT6112
HT6712 x 12 B 3 HT6712
HT7112 x 12 B 3 HT7112

Type HTA Curved anchor channel (type HTA) or channel


anchor channels profiles (type HM) can be provided. Specify
anchor channel type or channel profile, radius,
length and slot direction.
Note: Bends can only be made with slot inward Ro
or slot outward. Maximum yield from full length
is 18’-0” (5,500 mm).

Ro Ri Channel Type Minimum Radius Ri


HTA, HM in. (mm)
2815 30 (750)
3817 36 (915)
Ro = radius with slot 4022, 4122, 4141 48 (1,215)
facing outwards. 4930, 5030 66 (1,675)
Ri = radius with slot 5234 78 (1,980)
Type HM
facing inwards. 5542, 7248 96 (2,440)
channel
profiles

40
Halfen anchor channel

HALFEN
with rebar anchors
CUSTOM
CHANNEL
Concrete ANCHORS
topping

Metal deck
Pour
stop
Steel structure
Metal deck extends to pour
stop; refer to pages 45 and 46
for installation instructions

Anchor conditions with thin concrete topping on metal

ANCHOR CHANNELS
deck may require custom Halfen anchor channel with
rebar anchors. See pages 42 and 43 for load informa-
tion on anchor channels with rebar anchors.

Close edge distance Halfen anchor channel with additional


rebar anchors to resist shear loads

Post-tensioning
Concrete slab cone and cable

Anchor conditions with close edge distances and/or


high shear loads, may require anchor channels with Clearance =
additional rebar tails. Embedment
depth.

Halfen anchor channel


with standard I-anchors

Section Embedment
depth Plan

Halfen anchor In post-tensioned slabs, clearances may


channel with present a problem.
rebar anchors

Post-tensioning
cone and cable

Densely packed reinforcement


Close
edge
distance

1-1/2” (38mm)
minimum clearance

Halfen anchor
Plan channel with
rebar anchors
Plan

Note: We recommend close coordination


Halfen anchor channels with rebar anchors are ideal for between post-tensioning engineer and facade
connections in heavily reinforced situations such as engineer to ensure both building elements
columns, or for high load conditions with close edge share the available anchorage area.
distances.

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HALFEN ANCHOR CHANNELS
WITH REBAR ANCHORS

L for par t numbers HAWR.... (for normal weight concrete)


M for par t numbers HAWR....LW (for light weight concrete)
12” (305mm)

Use Halfen anchor channels with


ANCHOR CHANNELS

rebar anchors for anchoring


conditions where standard anchor
A channels with I-anchors do not
provide adequate capacity.
4-3/4” (121mm)
Foam filled Examples of these include highly
Nail hole
B each end 4-3/4” (121mm)
loaded connections to the edge of
thin concrete slabs, light weight
#4 (13mm) rebar anchors
15” (381mm) long for part
concrete slabs with close edge
numbers HAWR.... or 19” (483mm) distances, and heavily reinforced
long for part numbers HAWR....LW areas, such as in column faces.

Material: Hot dip galvanized carbon steel.


Part No. HAWR4512 HAWR5512 HAWR6512 HAWR6812
HAWR4512LW HAWR5512LW HAWR6512LW HAWR6812LW

Allowable (TA) lb. 4,850* 6,700* 11,400* 14,400*


Pull-Out Capacity (kN) (21.6) (29.8) (50.7) (64.1)

Allowable (VA) lb. 4,650 5,500 11,200 13,300


Shear Capacity (kN) (20.7) (24.5) (49.8) (59.2)

Channel Body Series 4022 5030 5234 5542

D A in. (mm) 1-9/16 (40) 2 (50) 2-1/16 (52) 2-1/8 (55)


i
m B in. (mm) 7/8 (22) 1-3/16 (30) 1-5/16 (34) 1-5/8 (42)
e
n
s L in. (mm) 16-1/8 (410) 16-1/2 (419) 16-5/8 (422) 16-7/8 (429)
i
o M in. (mm) 20-1/8 (511) 20-1/2 (521) 20-5/8 (524) 20-7/8 (530)
n
s W in. (mm) 1-5/8 (41) 1-3/4 (45) 1-3/4 (45) 1-7/8 (48)

For tee-bolts, 16 26 28 30
see page.

Notes: 1. Pull-out capacities (marked *) are controlled by 4. Load capacities are based on the use of 2 tee-bolts in the
steel strength, and may be increased by 1/3 for anchor channel, with bolts spaced at minimum 3” (76mm)
wind or seismic loads. centers.
2. Shear capacities are controlled by concrete 5. Extreme bolt should not be positioned within 1” (25mm) of the
strength. Capacities shown are for unreinforced end of the anchor channel. Allowable loads are applicable to
normal weight 3,000 psi (20.7 MPa) concrete. all other possible load positions along the length of the anchor
These loads may be increased for higher strength channels.
normal weight concrete up to a maximum of 5,000 6. Check interaction using
psi (34.5 MPa) using the factor
7. Part numbers ending in LW have longer rebars to develop full
3. Shear capacities in light weight concrete up to a pull-out capacity in light weight concrete.
maximum of 6,000 psi (41.4 MPa) may be deter- 8. Consult Halfen for other anchor configurations.
mined using the factor

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HALFEN ANCHOR CHANNELS
WITH REBAR ANCHORS

L for par t numbers HAWR....


M for par t numbers HAWR....LW

NOTE: Angle always at top

W
Minimum W + 1”

ANCHOR CHANNELS
TA (W + 25mm)

X Edge VA
distance B

Spacing Y
Metal
pour stop Cell closure Metal deck

SHEAR CAPACITY EDGE DISTANCE AND SPACING LOAD FACTORS

To Suit HAWR4512 and To Suit HAWR6512 and


HAWR4512LW HAWR6512LW
Clearance Y Edge Distance X in. (mm) Clearance Y Edge Distance X in. (mm)
in. (mm) > 2-1/2 (64) 2 (51) in. (mm) > 5-1/2 (140) 5 (127) 4 (102) 3 (76) 2 (51)
>6 (152) 1.00 0.83 > 9-1/2 (241) 1.00 0.89 0.69 0.51 0.35
5 (127) 0.80 0.74 9 (229) 0.96 0.89 0.69 0.51 0.35
4 (102) 0.56 0.52 8 (203) 0.82 0.79 0.69 0.51 0.35
7 (178) 0.69 0.66 0.59 0.51 0.35
6 (152) 0.55 0.53 0.47 0.42 0.35
5 (127) 0.42 0.40 0.36 0.32 0.28
4 (102) 0.28 0.27 0.24 0.21 0.18
To Suit HAWR5512 and To Suit HAWR6812 and
HAWR5512LW HAWR6812LW
Clearance Y Edge Distance X in. (mm) Clearance Y Edge Distance X in. (mm)
in. (mm) > 3 (76) 2-1/2 (64) 2 (51) in. (mm) > 6 (152) 5 (127) 4 (102) 3 (76) 2 (51)
>7 (178) 1.00 0.84 0.69 >10-1/2(267) 1.00 0.80 0.62 0.46 0.32
6 (152) 0.96 0.80 0.69 10 (254) 0.98 0.80 0.62 0.46 0.32
5 (127) 0.75 0.61 0.57 9 (229) 0.86 0.78 0.62 0.46 0.32
4 (102) 0.65 0.41 0.38 8 (203) 0.73 0.67 0.60 0.46 0.32
7 (178) 0.61 0.55 0.50 0.44 0.32
Notes: 1. Consult Halfen for load factors applicable to
6 (152) 0.48 0.44 0.39 0.35 0.31
anchoring conditions not shown here.
2. Other combinations of anchor channels 5 (127) 0.35 0.32 0.29 0.25 0.22
with rebar can be manufactured to suit 4 (102) 0.23 0.20 0.18 0.16 0.14
customer requirements.

43
HALFEN
ANCHOR
CHANNEL
INSTALLATION

I-Anchor

Installation of Halfen Anchor Channels


Anchor channel
1. Securing Halfen Anchor Channels to Formwork
1” (25mm) Minimum
a) To enjoy the greatest benefits from, and ensure the Fig. 1. 1-1/2” (38mm) Maximum
ANCHOR CHANNELS

proper use of Halfen anchor channels, it is


important that each unit is used in accordance with
the applicable engineering and/or construction
drawings.
Wood Wood
form form
b) Halfen anchor channels are manufactured to length
with I-anchors adjacent to ends. If site cuts are
unavoidable, they MUST be no less than 1” (25mm) Fig. 2. Nail through pre- Fig. 3. Wire nails bent over.
punched or drilled holes.
and no more than 1-1/2” (38mm) from the last
anchor. All cut pieces must have at least 2
I-anchors. (Figure 1)
Wood or
c) Check to ensure that the anchor channel is fitted Wood or steel form
with foam filling to stop wet concrete entering the steel form
Wood
channel. DO NOT coat anchor channels with batten
debonding agents.
Fig. 4. Using Halfen tee-bolts. Fig. 5. Soft wire and batten.
d) Anchor channels must be secured to formwork to
ensure they are not displaced during the concrete
pour. Accurately locate each anchor channel in the
required position then fasten to formwork using one
Wood or
of the methods shown in Figures 2 through 7. steel form

Wood
e) After the concrete has been poured and the formwork
batten
has been stripped, remove the foam filling from the
anchor channel, as shown in Figure 8. Fig. 6. Nail through hole in Fig. 7. Nail to wood blocking
anchor channel and steel spanning between forms.
forms into wood batten.

Foam

Fig. 8.

These instructions are intended as a guide for most


typical installations, to ensure the most efficient
and safest use of Halfen products. For fur ther
product application or design assistance, please
call.

44
HALFEN
ANCHOR
CHANNEL
INSTALLATION

2. Installing Halfen Anchor Channels in Masonry Block Walls

a) Break out sides of masonry blocks as shown in Figure 9.


Stuff grout stop inside block to prevent grout from falling
into cavity. Nail anchor channel to plywood and place
over hole.

ANCHOR CHANNELS
Cut out sides
of masonry block Fill void
with grout
b) Fill void with grout (Figure 10).
3” Min.

c) After grout has set, remove plywood, then


remove foam filler as shown in Figure 8. 3” Min. Nail anchor channel
to plywood form Halfen
Anchor
Channel
Plywood Grout stop Grout stop
Fig. 9. Fig. 10.
3. Securing Halfen Anchor Channels to Metal Pour Stops

a) Pre-punch a slot in the metal pour stop. The slot


should be 1/2” (12 mm) shorter than the length of the
anchor channel, and the same width as the slot in the
face of the Halfen anchor channel, as shown in
Figure 11.

b) Position the anchor channel over the slot in the pour


stop. Tack weld 2 or 3 places along top edge and once
at each end as shown in Figure 12.
Fig. 11.
c) Hold back metal deck at least 1” (25 mm) beyond the
embedment depth of the anchor channel to ensure full
capacity of the anchor channel, as shown in Figure 13.

d) Remove foam from channel (Figure 8).


Fig. 12.

NOTE: 1) American Welding Society Standard ANSI/AWS


B2.1.003 provides guidance for welding 10 to 18
gauge galvanized steel (commonly used for pour
stops). Large welds or repeated welds should be
Embedment depth 1” (25 mm) min.
avoided, as they are likely to damage the foam filler in
the anchor channel or severely distort the pour stop.
Cell closure

2) Welding of galvanized components produces


hazardous fumes. Appropriate precautions should be
taken to ensure safe working conditions for those in the Metal Deck
Metal
vicinity of the welding operation. pour stop

Hold back metal deck


Fig. 13.

45
HALFEN
ANCHOR
CHANNEL
INSTALLATION

4. Alternate Method of Securing Halfen Anchor Channels to


Metal Pour Stops
False form
a) Hold back metal deck at least 1” (25 mm) beyond 1/4” 1/4” 1” min.
Anchor channel length
embedment depth of anchor channel (see Figure 13,
ANCHOR CHANNELS

previous page).
Anchor
b) Notch pour stop at anchor channel location. Make channel
notch 1/2” (12 mm) longer than embed and 1/4” 1/4”
(6 mm) deeper than bottom edge of anchor channel,
(Figure 14).
View from behind anchor channel.
c) Obtain embed assembly from Halfen (anchor Fig. 14.
channel shop welded to slotted sheet).
Cell closure
d) Place embed assembly over notch and tack-weld or
screw-fix in place, (Figure 15).
Metal deck

e) After concrete has been poured and set, remove


foam filling from channel.

5. Another Alternate Method of Securing Halfen Anchor


Channels to Metal Pour Stops
Notched
a) Hold back metal deck at least 1” (25 mm) beyond Fig. 15. pour stop
embedment depth of anchor channel (see Figure 13,
previous page).
Embed assembly by Halfen.
b) Notch pour stop at anchor channel location. Make (anchor channel shop welded to
notch 1/2” (12 mm) longer than embed and 1/4” slotted pregalvanized sheet).
(6 mm) deeper than bottom edge of anchor channel,
(Figure 14).
Plywood or Cell closure
c) Position and nail anchor channel to back of false timber false
form. form. Metal deck

d) Screw-fix false form to front of pour stop, over notch,


(Figure 16).

e) After concrete has been poured and set, remove


false form and foam filling from channel.
Continuous
pour stop

Fig. 16. Halfen anchor channel


(Note: DO NOT remove
foam fill until concrete
has been poured and
false form has been
removed).

46
HALFEN FASTENERS

HALFEN TEE-BOLTS
Halfen tee-bolts are quickly installed
in any location in the Halfen
channel. Simply insert head into
channel and rotate 90°.

The tee-bolts can then be moved to


any position along the channel, but
no closer than 1” (25mm) from the
end of the channel. 1” (25mm)
minimum

Halfen tee-bolts are made with head


shapes to suit the different types of
Halfen channel profiles.

Tee-bolts with hammer heads are

FASTENERS
used with 2815, 3817, 4122 and
4141 series channels.

Tee-bolts with hook heads are used


with 4022, 4930, 5030, 5234,
5542 and 7248 series channels.

HALFEN CHANNEL NUTS


All Halfen tee-bolts have a line on
the end of the shank, parallel to the
head. This provides visual check to
show bolt head is correctly locked
behind channel lips.

Insert then
rotate
All tee-bolts are grade marked on
Halfen channel nuts are easily back of head.
installed by inserting into the
channel slot and rotating 90°. They
can be moved to any position along
the channel, but no closer than The are several different head styles
1” (25mm) from the end of the that are interchangable.
channel.

All tee-bolts are supplied with a


hexagon nut.

47
HALFEN TEE-BOLT
DESIGN DATA

Ultimate Yield Allowable Stresses


Tee-bolt Strength Strength Tension Shear Bending
Type Fu, MPa Fy, MPa Ft, MPa Fv, MPa Fb, MPa
(psi) (psi) (psi) (psi) (psi)

Carbon Steel 400 240 132 88 180


Standard (58,000) (34,800) (19,140) (12,760) (26,100)
Grade 4.6
Carbon Steel 830 660 274 183 495
High Tensile (120,350) (95,700) (39,720) (26,480) (71,780)
Grade 8.8
Stainless Steel 500 210 126 94.5 157.5
Grade A2-50 or (72,500) (30,450) (18,270) (13,700) (22,840)
Grade A4-50
Stainless Steel 700 450 231 154 337.5
Grade A2-70 or (101,500) (65,250) (33,500) (22,330) (48,940)
Grade A4-70
The loads and stresses shown here are based on these formulae:

Bolt stress area As = 0.25 Π (D-0.9382P)2


Allowable shear stress is lesser of
FASTENERS

Fv = 0.45 Fy
Fv = 0.22 Fu
Allowable tension stress is least of
Ft = 0.6 Fy
Ft = 0.43 Fu-1.8fv
Ft = 0.33 Fu
Allowable bending stress
Fb = 0.75 Fy
Combined stress ratio

Equation 8 is more easily used with actual and


allowable loads, thus

where T = actual tension load on bolt


TB = allowable bolt tension load
V = actual shear load on bolt
VB = allowable bolt shear load

If both bending and tension are present, allowable bolt tension


load must be reduced to

where T(B+M) = reduced tension capacity


M = actual bolt bending moment
MB = allowable bolt bending moment
Also combined load equation then becomes

48
HALFEN
TEE-BOLTS
LOAD CHART

Tee-Bolt mm M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30


Diameter (D) (in.) (1/4) (5/16) (3/8) (1/2) (5/8) (3/4) (1) (1-1/8) (1-1/4)

Thread Pitch (P) mm 1.0 1.25 1.5 1.75 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.0 3.5

Bolt Stress in2 0.031 0.057 0.090 0.131 0.243 0.379 0.546 0.712 0.869
Area (As) (mm2) (20.1) (36.6) (58.0) (84.3) (156) (245) (353) (459) (561)

Nut ft. lb. 2.2 6 11 19 45 89 147 220 295


Torque (N.m) (3) (8) (15) (25) (60) (120) (200) (300) (400)

Allowable lb. 600 1,100 1,700 2,500 4,650 7,250 10,450 13,600 16,600
Standard Tension Load (kN) (2.7) (4.9) (7.6) (11.1) (20.7) (32.3) (46.5) (60.5) (73.9)
Grade
Carbon Allowable lb. 400 730 1,150 1,650 3,100 4,850 6,950 9,100 11,100
Steel Shear Load (kN) (1.8) (3.2) (5.1) (7.3) (13.8) (21.6) (30.9) (40.5) (49.4)
Tee-Bolts
Grade 4.6 Allowable lb. 110 180 230 340 560 740 970 1,400 1,850
Slip Load (kN) (0.5) (0.8) (1.0) (1.5) (2.5) (3.3) (4.3) (6.2) (8.2)

Allowable lb. in. 19 50 100 175 440 855 1,485 2,200 2,970
Bending Moment (N.m) (2.2) (5.6) (11.2) (19.6) (49.7) (96.8) (168) (249) (336)

Nut ft. lb. 30 55 147 295 500 For available sizes


X X

FASTENERS
Torque (N.m) (40) (75) (200) (400) (680)
and part numbers,
Allowable lb. 3,550 5,200 9,650 15,050 21,700 for carbon steel
X X tee-bolts and nuts,
High Tension Load (kN) (15.8) (23.1) (42.9) (67.0) (96.6)
Tensile refer to even
Carbon Allowable lb. 2,400 3,450 6,450 10,050 14,450 pages 12 through
X X
Steel Shear Load (kN) (10.7) (15.4) (28.7) (44.4) (64.3)
32.
Tee-Bolts
Grade 8.8 Allowable lb. 670 860 1,800 2,350 2,850
X X For available sizes
Slip Load (kN) (3.0) (3.8) (8.0) (10.5) (12.7)
of stainless steel
Allowable lb. in. 275 475 1,210 2,350 4,080 tee-bolts and nuts,
X X
Bending Moment (N.m) (30.8) (53.9) (137) (266) (462) refer to pages 50
11 19 45 89 147 and 51.
Nut ft. lb. X X
Type 304 Torque (N.m) (15) (25) (60) (120) (200)
(A2) or
Type 316 Allowable lb. 1,650 2,400 4,450 6,900 10,000
X X
(A4) Tension Load (kN) (7.3) (10.7) (19.8) (30.7) (44.5)
Stainless
Steel Allowable lb. 1,250 1,800 3,350 5,200 7,500
X X
Tee-Bolts Shear Load (kN) (5.6) (7.9) (14.9) (23.1) (33.4)
Grade
A2-50 or Allowable lb. 230 340 560 740 970
X X
Grade Slip Load (kN) (1.0) (1.5) (2.5) (3.3) (4.3)
A4-50
Allowable lb. in. 86 150 385 750 1,290
X X
Bending Moment (N.m) (9.7) (17.1) (43.4) (84.7) (146)

Nut ft. lb. 6 11 19 Notes:


X
Type 304 Torque (N.m) (8) (15) (25) 1. X denotes not available.
(A2) or 2. Bending moments are relative
Type 316 Allowable lb. 1,900 3,000 4,400
X to outside face of channel or
(A4) Tension Load (kN) (8.5) (13.4) (19.6)
Stainless concrete.
Steel Allowable lb. 1,250 2,000 2,950 3. Check bending in bolts if load is
X
Tee-Bolts Shear Load (kN) (5.6) (8.9) (13.1) applied at a distance greater
Grade than 1.5 X bolt diameter away
A2-70 or Allowable lb. 180 230 340
X from the face of the channel.
Grade Slip Load (kN) (0.8) (1.0) (1.5)
A4-70 4. Allowable tension loads and
Allowable lb. in. 93 185 325 allowable bending moments may
X
Bending Moment (N.m) (10.5) (20.9) (36.7) be increased by 1/3 for wind or
seismic conditions.

49
HALFEN STAINLESS STEEL
TEE-BOLTS

To Suit 2815 HTA Anchor Channels 3817 HTA Anchor Channels


& 2815 HM Channel Profiles & 3817 HM Channel Profiles
Material 304 (A2) Stainless Type 316 (A4) Stainless 304 (A2) Stainless Type 316 (A4) Stainless

Tee-Bolt mm M8 M10 M8 M10 M10 M12 M16 M10 M12 M12 M16
Diameter (in.) (5/16) (3/8) (5/16) (3/8) (3/8) (1/2) (5/8) (3/8) (1/2) (1/2) (5/8)

Grade A2 - 70 A2 - 70 A4 - 70 A4 - 50 A4 - 70 A2 - 70 A2 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 70 A4 -50

Nut ft. lb. 6 11 6 11 11 19 45 11 19 19 45


Torque (N.m) (8) (15) (8) (15) (15) (25) (60) (15) (25) (25) (60)

Allowable lb. 1,900 3,000 1,900 1,650 3,000 4,400 4,450 1,650 2,400 4,400 4,450
Tension Load (kN) (8.5) (13.4) (8.5) (7.3) (13.4) (19.6) (19.8) (7.3) (10.7) (19.6) (19.8)

Allowable lb. 1,250 2,000 1,250 1,250 2,000 2,950 3,350 1,250 1,800 2,950 3,350
Shear Load (kN) (5.6) (8.9) (5.6) (5.6) (8.9) (13.1) (14.9) (5.6) (7.9) (13.1) (14.9)

Allowable lb. 180 230 180 230 230 340 560 230 340 340 560
Slip Load (kN) (0.8) (1.0) (0.8) (1.0) (1.0) (1.5) (2.5) (1.0) (1.5) (1.5) (2.5)

Length mm (in.) Availability Availability

20 (3/4) x S x x S x x x x x x
FASTENERS

25 (1) x S x x S x x x x S S

30 (1-1/4) S S S x S S S S x S S

40 (1-1/2) x S x x S S S S x S S

50 (2) x S x x S S S S x S S

60 (2-3/8) x x x x S x x S x S S

80 (3-1/4) x x x S x x x x S x S

100 (4) x x x S x x x x S x S

125 (5) x x x S x x x x x x x

150 (6) x x x S x x x x S x S

200 (8) x x x S x x x x S x S

Notes:
1. S denotes special order. Contact Halfen for availability.
2. X denotes not available.
3. Bolt capacity may be limited by channel capacity.
4. See even pages 12 through 32 for carbon steel tee-bolts.
5. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add grip (G) plus
bolt diameter (D) plus 3/16” (5mm). Select next larger
length from the tee-bolt selection chart.

Example of grade marking on


head of stainless steel tee-bolts.

50
HALFEN STAINLESS STEEL
TEE-BOLTS

To Suit 4022 HTA Toothed 4122 HZA 4930, 5030, 5234, 7248 HTA
& 4022 HM Series & HZM Series 5542 HTA & HM Series &7248 HM
Material Type 316 (A4) Stainless 316 (A4) Stainless Type 316 (A4) Stainless 316 (A4)

Tee-Bolt mm M10 M12 M16 M12 M16 M12 M16 M20 M24
Diameter (in.) (3/8) (1/2) (5/8) (1/2) (5/8) (1/2) (5/8) (3/4) (1)

Grade A4 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 50 A4 - 50

Nut ft. lb. 11 19 45 19 45 19 45 89 147


Torque (N.m) (15) (25) (60) (25) (60) (25) (60) (120) (200)

Allowable lb. 1,650 2,400 4,450 2,400 4,450 2,400 4,450 6,900 10,000
Tension Load (kN) (7.3) (10.7) (19.8) (10.7) (19.8) (10.7) (19.8) (30.7) (44.5)

Allowable lb. 1,250 1,800 3,350 1,800 3,350 1,800 3,350 5,200 7,500
Shear Load (kN) (5.6) (7.9) (14.9) (7.9) (14.9) (7.9) (14.9) (23.1) (33.4)

Allowable lb. 230 340 560 1,150 1,325 340 560 740 970
Slip Load (kN) (1.0) (1.5) (2.5) (5.1) (5.9) (1.5) (2.5) (3.3) (4.3)

Length mm (in.) Availability Availability Availability Availability


S S S x x S S x x

FASTENERS
30 (1-1/4)

35 (1-3/8) x x x S S x x x x

40 (1-1/2) S S S x x S S x x

45 (1-3/4) x x x x x x x S x

50 (2) S S S S S S S x S

55 (2-1/4) x x x x x x x S x

60 (2-3/8) x x S x x x S x x

75 (3) x x x x x x x S x

80 (3-1/4) x S S S x x S x x

100 (4) x S S x x S x S S

125 (5) x x x x x x x S x

150 (6) x S S x x x S S x

200 (8) x x S x x x x x x

Notes:
1. S denotes special order. Contact Halfen for availability.
2. X denotes not available.
3. Bolt capacity may be limited by channel capacity.
4. See even pages 12 through 32 for carbon steel tee-bolts.
5. To determine minimum bolt length (L), add grip (G) plus
channel lip plus bolt diameter (D) plus 1/8” (3mm). Select
next larger length from the tee-bolt selection chart.

51
HALFEN CHANNEL
NUTS

Flat Channel Nuts Forged Channel Nuts

C
C

B
B

A
A
A

To Suit 2815HTA Anchor Channels To Suit 4022HTA Anchor Channels


and 2815HM Channel Profiles and 4022HM Channel Profiles
Dimensions A B C Dimensions A B C
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
1 (25) 1/2 (13) 5/32 (4) 1-3/8 (34) 5/8 (17) 3/8 (10)
Size 1/4” UNC 5/16” UNC Size 5/16” UNC 3/8” UNC 1/2” UNC
FASTENERS

Part No. LP2111 LP2211 Part No. LP4211 LP4311 LP4411

Allowable lb. 450 630 Allowable lb. 900 1,450 2,100


Load (kN) (2.0) (2.8) Load (kN) (4.0) (6.5) (9.3)

To Suit 4930HTA, 5030HTA, 5234HTA &


To Suit 3817HTA Anchor Channels 5542HTA Anchor Channels and 4930HM,
and 3817HM Channel Profiles 5030HM, 5234HM & 5542HM Channel Profiles
Dimensions A B C Dimensions A B C
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
1-3/8 (34) 5/8 (17) 1/4 (7) 1-3/4 (44) 13/16 (21) 1/2 (12)
Size 5/16” UNC 3/8” UNC 1/2” UNC Size 3/8” UNC 1/2” UNC 5/8” UNC

Part No. LP3211 LP3311 LP3411 Part No. LP5311 LP5411 LP5511

Allowable lb. 900 1,290 1,290 Allowable lb. 1,450 2,100 2,800
Load (kN) (4.0) (5.7) (5.7) Load (kN) (605) (9.3) (12.5)

To Suit 7248HTA Anchor Channels


and 7248HM Channel Profiles
Notes:1. All channel nuts are available in electroplated finish. Dimensions A B C
2. Allowable loads are for both tension and shear. in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
3. Load capacities may be limited by channel capacity. 2-7/16 (62) 1-1/4 (31) 7/8 (22)
4. Stainless steel channel nuts are available on long lead time -
Size 1/2” UNC 5/8” UNC 3/4” UNC
call for details.
Part No. LP7411 LP7511 LP7611

Allowable lb. 2,100 3,900 4,950


Load (kN) (9.3) (17.3) (22.0)

52
HALFEN CHANNEL
NUTS

Spring Nuts

Recommended bolt torques


Channel Nut Bolt Torque
Size & Type ft. lb. (N.m)

1/4” UNC 2 (2.7)


B
5/16” UNC 6 (8)

3/8” UNC 11 (15)


A Flat Plate
Channel Nuts (Without Springs)
To Suit 4122HTA & 4122HZA Anchor Channels
and 4122HZM Toothed Channel Profiles 1/2” UNC 19 (25)
Flat Plate
Dimensions A B C
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) 3/8” UNC; Forged, 19 (25)
1-3/8” (35) 13/16” (21) 3/8” (9) Channel & Spring
Size 3/8” UNC 1/2” UNC 5/8” UNC 1/2” UNC: Forged, 50 (68)
Channel & Spring

FASTENERS
Part No. LP9311 LP9411 LP9511
5/8” UNC 45 (60)
Allowable lb. 1,850 2,000 2,350 Forged
Pull-out Load (kN) (8.2) (8.9) (10.5)
5/8” UNC; Channel 100 (136)
Allowable lb. 1,100 2,000 2,250 & Spring Nut
Shear Load (kN) (4.9) (8.9) (10.0)
3/4” UNC 90 (120)
Allowable lb. 750 1,500 1,500‡ Forged
Slip Load (kN) (3.4) (6.7) (6.7)
3/4” UNC 125 (170)
Note: ‡ LP9511 channel nut in 4122HZA & 4122HZM toothed Spring Nut
channels has allowable slip load of 2,250 lb (10.0 kN).

Spring Nuts
Spring Nuts To Suit 5030HTA, 5234HTA Anchor
To Suit 4141HTA Anchor Channels Channels and 5030, 5234 Channel Profiles
Dimensions A B C Dimensions A B C
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
1-3/8” (35) 13/16” (21) 3/8” (9) 1-3/8 (35) 1-1/8 (28) 3/8 (9)

Size 3/8” UNC 1/2” UNC 5/8” UNC Size 5/8” UNC 3/4” UNC

Part No. LP9311S LP9411S LP9511S Part No. LP9511S LP9611S

Allowable lb. 1,850 2,000 2,350 Allowable lb. 4,900 4,900


Pull-out Load (kN) (8.2) (8.9) (10.5) Pull-out Load (kN) (21.0) (21.0)

Allowable lb. 1,100 2,000 2,250 Allowable lb. DO NOT 4,000


Shear Load (kN) (4.9) (8.9) (10.0) Shear Load (kN) USE (17.8)

Allowable lb. 750 1,500 1,500 Allowable lb. 1,100 1,600


Slip Load (kN) (3.4) (6.7) (6.7) Slip Load (kN) (4.9) (7.1)

Notes:1. All spring nuts are available in


electroplated finish.
2. Load capacities may be limited by
channel capacity.

53
HALFEN FASTENER
ACCESSORIES

One hexagon nut is


supplied with each
tee-bolt. Additional
hexagon nuts can
also be supplied if D
required.

Hexagon Nuts Flat Washers


Size Part Numbers Size Part Numbers Dimension
Plated Hot dip Stainless Plated Hot dip Stainless D
finish galvanized 304 (A2) 316 (A4) finish galvanized 316 (A4) mm (in.)
M6 HN0611 x x x M6 HW0611 x x 13 (1/2)
M8 HN0811 x HN0813 HN0814 M8 HW0811 x HW0814 17 (5/8)
M10 HN1011 HN1012 HN1013 HN1014 M10 HW1011 HW1012 HW1014 21 (13/16)
M12 HN1211 HN1212 HN1213 HN1214 M12 HW1211 HW1212 HW1214 24 (15/16)
M16 HN1611 HN1612 HN1613 HN1614 M16 HW1611 HW1612 HW1614 30 (1-1/4)
M20 HN2011 HN2012 x HN2014 M20 HW2011 HW2012 HW2014 37 (1-1/2)
M24 x HN2412 x HN2414 M24 x HW2412 HW2414 44 (1-3/4)
M27 x HN2712 x x M27 x HW2712 x 50 (2)
M30 x HN3012 x x M30 x HW3012 x 56 (2-1/4)
FASTENERS

Nylon Lock Nuts D


Size Part Nylon lock nuts are
Number only available in Large Flat Washers
M10 HN1011NY plated finish. Part Numbers
M12 HN1211NY Size Dimension
M16 HN1611NY Plated Hot dip Stainless D
M20 HN2011NY finish galvanized 316 (A4) mm (in.)
M10 HW1011L HW1012L HW1014L 30 (1-1/4)
M12 HW1211L HW1212L HW1214L 40 (1-1/2)
M16 HW1611L HW1612L HW1614L 50 (2)
M20 HW2011L HW2012L x 68 (2-5/8)

Flange Nuts Lock Washers


Size Part Recommended Allowable slip Size Part Numbers
Number Torque load on steel Plated Hot dip Stainless
ft. lb. (N.m) lb. (kN) finish galvanized 316 (A4)
M10 HN1011TEN 36 (49) 550 (2.5) M6 LW0611 x x
M12 HN1211TEN 61 (83) 860 (3.8) M8 LW0811 x x
M16 HN1611TEN 144 (195) 1,150 (5.1) M10 LW1011 LW1012 LW1014
Flange nuts are only available in plated finish. M12 LW1211 LW1212 LW1214
Use only with High-Tensile (Grade 8.8) tee-bolts. M16 LW1611 LW1612 LW1614
M20 LW2011 LW2012 LW2014
M24 x LW2412 x

54
HALFEN CHANNEL
PROFILES
Halfen channel profiles provide a versatile connection system Back-up
when surface mounted to, or hung from other structural ele- material
ments. Once placed, the channel profiles allow for adjustable Halfen large
flat washer
fastening points and compensate for tolerance variations. The
details shown here are just some of the mounting methods that
can be used.
Bolt or drilled-in
anchor by customer

1. Welded to a
steel section
Most 9/16“ A/F sockets
will fit between lips of Punched or
Weld channel 4122, 4141, 4930, 5030 &
profile to steel drilled hole
5234 channel profiles to in back of
suppor t tighten 3/8” UNC hex nut. channel

2. Bolted to
embeds Halfen anchor
channels cast
into concrete
Plate washer
or large flat
washer
Halfen
channel nut Halfen tee-bolts Bolt or drilled-in
Halfen channel
profile with holes and nuts plus large anchor by
in back flat washers customer

ANCHOR PROFILES SPECIFICATIONS


3. Trapezes Bracket or clip
by customer

4. Screw-fixed to
wood or Screw into
steel back-up wood or steel
back-up
Metal stud
Sheathing

5. Bolted to steel
Drilled-in
Steel I-Beam
anchors

Halfen
tee-bolt
Channel profile with
additional mounting
Holes drilled
plates
in flange and
6. Secured to concrete or masonry
in back of
back-up with drilled-in anchors and
channel
mounting plates.

55
HALFEN COLD FORMED
CHANNEL PROFILES

Material Carbon Stainless Steel


Steel Type 304 (A2) Type 316 (A4)

Yield psi 34,000 28,300 30,450


Strength (MPa) (235) (195) (210)

Ultimate psi 52,200 72,500 72,500


Strength (MPa) (360) (500) (500)

Channel Series Part Numbers

2815 HM2000 HM2000 A2 HM2000 A4

3817 HM3000 HM3000 A2 HM3000 A4

4122 Toothed HZM9000 x HZM9000 A4

4930 HM8000 HM8000 A2 HM8000 A4


Notes:
1. Channel profiles listed above are available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm)
lengths, or cut to order.
2. X denotes not available.
3. Carbon steel profiles are available in mill finish or hot dip galvanized to
ASTM A123. Specify when ordering.
ANCHOR PROFILES

Allowable
uniform
beam
loads (lbs)

Beam span
(inches)

56
HALFEN HOT ROLLED
CHANNEL PROFILES

Material Carbon Steel Stainless Steel


Type 316 (A4)

Yield psi 34,000 39,900 30,450


Strength (MPa) (235) (275) (210)

Ultimate psi 52,200 62,300 72,500


Strength (MPa) (360) (430) (500)

Channel Series Part Numbers

4022 HM4000 x HM4000 A4

5030 HM5000 x HM5000 A4

5234 HM6000 x HM6000 A4

5542 x HM5542 x

7248 HM7000 x x

Notes:
1. Channel profiles listed above are available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm)
lengths, or cut to order.
2. X denotes not available.
3. Carbon steel profiles are available in mill finish or hot dip galvanized to
ASTM A123. Specify when ordering.

ANCHOR PROFILES SPECIFICATIONS


Allowable
uniform
beam
loads (lbs)

Beam span
(inches)

57
HALFEN 2815 HM
SERIES
CHANNEL
PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HM2000


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HM2000 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized

Stainless Steel HM2000 A2


Type 304 (A2)

Stainless Steel HM2000 A4


Type 316 (A4)
Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 850 lb.


pull-out or shear (3.78 kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 0.214 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (1.38) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 0.73
(kg/m) (1.08) 16 (406) 357 (1.59) 0.07 (1.7) 357 (1.59) 0.07 (1.7)
24 (610) 238 (1.06) 0.15 (3.8) 161 (0.72) 0.10 (2.5)
Ix in4 0.010
(cm4) (0.40) 32 (813) 179 (0.79) 0.26 (6.7) 91 (0.40) 0.13 (3.4)
ANCHOR PROFILES

36 (914) 159 (0.71) 0.33 (8.4) 72 (0.32) 0.15 (3.8)


Sx in3 0.028 48 (1219) 119 (0.53) 0.59 (15.0) 40 (0.18) 0.20 (5.1)
(cm3) (0.46)
60 (1524) 95 (0.42) 0.92 (23.5) 26 (0.11) 0.25 (6.4)
rx in 0.212 72 (1829) 79 (0.35) 1.33 (33.8) 18 (0.08) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm) (0.54)

Iy in4 0.035
(cm4) (1.45)

Sy in3 0.063
(cm3) (1.03)
COLUMN LOADS
ry in 0.404 Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(cm) (1.03) (Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
24 (610) 1,081 (4.81) 2,353 (10.47)
Notes: 30 (762) 888 (3.95) 1,596 (7.10)
1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 36 (914) 713 (3.17) 1,108 (4.93)
2. Stainless steel load factor = 0.85 42 (1067) 579 (2.58) 814 (3.62)
3. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 12; for stainless
48 (1219) Z Z Z Z
steel tee-bolts, see page 50; and for channel nuts, see page 52.
Z means Kl/r>200.

58
HALFEN 3817 HM
SERIES
CHANNEL
PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HM3000


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HM3000 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized

Stainless Steel HM3000 A2


Type 304 (A2)

Stainless Steel HM3000 A4


Type 316 (A4)
Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 1,570 lb.


pull-out or shear (7.0 kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 0.344 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (2.22) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 1.17
(kg/m) (1.74) 16 (406) 625 (2.78) 0.06 (1.5) 625 (2.78) 0.06 (1.5)
24 (610) 417 (1.85) 0.13 (3.3) 322 (1.43) 0.10 (2.5)
Ix in4 0.020
(cm4) (0.82) 32 (813) 312 (1.39) 0.23 (5.8) 181 (0.81) 0.13 (3.4)
36 (914) 278 (1.24) 0.29 (7.4) 143 (0.64) 0.15 (3.8)

ANCHOR PROFILES SPECIFICATIONS


Sx in3 0.049 48 (1219) 208 (0.93) 0.52 (13.1) 81 (0.36) 0.20 (5.1)
(cm3) (0.81)
60 (1524) 167 (0.74) 0.81 (20.5) 52 (0.23) 0.25 (6.4)
rx in 0.239 72 (1829) 139 (0.62) 1.16 (29.5) 36 (0.16) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm) (0.61)

Iy in4 0.105
(cm4) (4.37)

Sy in3 0.140
(cm3) (2.30)
COLUMN LOADS
ry in 0.552 Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(cm) (1.40) (Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
24 (610) 1,897 (8.36) 4,305 (19.16)
Notes: 30 (762) 1,643 (7.31) 3,240 (14.42)
1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 36 (914) 1,348 (6.00) 2,264 (10.08)
2. Stainless steel load factor = 0.85
42 (1067) 1,110 (4.94) 1,663 (7.40)
3. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 14; for stainless
steel tee-bolts, see page 50; and for channel nuts, see page 52. 48 (1219) Z Z Z Z
Z means Kl/r>200.

59
HALFEN 4122 HZM SERIES TOOTHED
CHANNEL PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HZM9000


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HZM9000 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized

Stainless Steel HZM9000 A4


Type 316 (A4)
Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 2,100 lb.


pull-out or shear (9.3 kN)
Max. allowable longitudinal 2,250 lb.
load per fastener (10.0 kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 0.344 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (2.22) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 1.20
(kg/m) (1.79) 16 (406) 714 (3.18) 0.05 (1.2) 714 (3.18) 0.05 (1.3)
24 (610) 476 (2.12) 0.11 (2.7) 451 (2.01) 0.10 (2.5)
Ix in4 0.028
(cm4) (1.16) 32 (813) 357 (1.59) 0.19 (4.8) 254 (1.13) 0.13 (3.4)
ANCHOR PROFILES

36 (914) 317 (1.41) 0.24 (6.0) 200 (0.89) 0.15 (3.8)


Sx in3 0.056 48 (1219) 238 (1.06) 0.42 (10.7) 113 (0.50) 0.20 (5.1)
(cm3) (0.92)
60 (1524) 190 (0.85) 0.66 (16.8) 72 (0.32) 0.25 (6.4)
rx in 0.285 72 (1829) 159 (0.71) 0.95 (24.1) 50 (0.22) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm) (0.72)
84 (2134) 136 (0.61) 1.29 (32.8) 37 (0.16) 0.35 (8.9)
Iy in4 0.125 96 (2438) 119 (0.53) 1.69 (42.9) 28 (0.13) 0.40 (10.2)
(cm4) (5.21)

Sy in3 0.154
(cm3) (2.52)
COLUMN LOADS
ry in 0.603 Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(cm) (1.53) (Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
24 (610) 1,987 (8.84) 4,921 (21.90)
Notes: 36 (914) 1,635 (7.28) 3,211 (14.29)
1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 48 (1219) 1,173 (5.22) 1,811 (8.06)
2. Stainless steel load factor = 0.85
60 (1524) Z Z Z Z
3. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 20; for stainless
steel tee-bolts, see page 51; and for spring nuts, see page 53. Z means Kl/r>200.

60
HALFEN 4930 HM
SERIES
CHANNEL
PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HM8000


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HM8000 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized

Stainless Steel HM8000 A2


Type 304 (A2)

Stainless Steel HM8000 A4


Type 316 (A4)

Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 2,550 lb.


pull-out or shear (11.4 kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 0.608 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (3.92) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 2.02
(kg/m) (3.00) 16 (406) 1,913 (8.51) 0.03 (0.9) 1,913 (8.51) 0.03 (0.8)
24 (610) 1,275 (5.67) 0.08 (1.9) 1,275 (5.67) 0.08 (2.0)
Ix in4 0.105
(cm4) (4.37) 32 (813) 956 (4.26) 0.13 (3.4) 951 (4.23) 0.13 (3.4)
36 (914) 850 (3.78) 0.17 (4.3) 752 (3.35) 0.15 (3.8)

ANCHOR PROFILES SPECIFICATIONS


Sx in3 0.150 48 (1219) 638 (2.84) 0.30 (7.7) 423 (1.88) 0.20 (5.1)
(cm3) (2.46)
60 (1524) 510 (2.27) 0.47 (12.0) 271 (1.20) 0.25 (6.4)
rx in 0.416 72 (1829) 425 (1.89) 0.68 (17.2) 188 (0.84) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm) (1.06)
84 (2134) 364 (1.62) 0.92 (23.5) 138 (0.61) 0.35 (8.9)
Iy in4 0.336 96 (2438) 319 (1.42) 1.21 (30.6) 106 (0.47) 0.40 (10.2)
(cm4) (13.98)

Sy in3 0.341
(cm3) (5.59)
COLUMN LOADS
ry in 0.743 Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(cm) (1.89) (Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
24 (610) 3,353 (14.92) 10,200 (45.39)
Notes: 36 (914) 3,150 (14.02) 8,533 (37.97)
1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 48 (1219) 2,828 (12.58) 6,521 (29.02)
2. Stainless steel load factor = 0.85 60 (1524) 2,328 (10.36) 4,365 (19.42)
3. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 24; for stainless
72 (1829) 1,885 (8.39) 3,031 (13.49)
steel tee-bolts, see page 51; and for channel nuts, see page 52.
84 (2134) Z Z Z Z
Z means Kl/r>200.

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HALFEN 4022 HM
SERIES
CHANNEL
PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HM4000


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HM4000 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized

Stainless Steel HM4000 A4


Type 316 (A4)
Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 1,500 lb.


pull-out or shear (6.7kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 0.406 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (2.62) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 1.38
(kg/m) (2.06) 16 (406) 1,133 (5.04) 0.04 (1.1) 1,133 (5.04) 0.04 (1.0)
24 (610) 755 (3.36) 0.10 (2.5) 755 (3.36) 0.10 (2.5)
Ix in4 0.048
(cm4) (1.98) 32 (813) 567 (2.52) 0.17 (4.4) 435 (1.94) 0.13 (3.4)
ANCHOR PROFILES

36 (914) 504 (2.24) 0.22 (5.6) 344 (1.53) 0.15 (3.8)


Sx in3 0.101 48 (1219) 378 (1.68) 0.39 (9.9) 193 (0.86) 0.20 (5.1)
(cm3) (1.65)
60 (1524) 302 (1.34) 0.61 (15.5) 124 (0.55) 0.25 (6.4)
rx in 0.342 72 (1829) 252 (1.12) 0.88 (22.3) 86 (0.38) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm) (0.87)
84 (2134) 216 (0.96) 1.20 (30.4) 63 (0.28) 0.35 (8.9)
Iy in4 0.139 96 (2438) 189 (0.84) 1.56 (39.7) 48 (0.22) 0.40 (10.2)
(cm4) (5.79)

Sy in3 0.179
(cm3) (2.93)
COLUMN LOADS
ry in 0.585 Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(cm) (1.49) (Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
24 (610) 2,799 (12.46) 6,358 (28.29)
Notes: 36 (914) 2,463 (10.96) 4,853 (21.60)
1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 48 (1219) 1,905 (8.48) 3,078 (13.70)
2. Stainless steel load factor = 0.85
60 (1524) 1,413 (6.29) 1,970 (8.77)
3. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 16; for stainless
steel tee-bolts, see page 51; and for channel nuts, see page 52. 72 (1829) Z Z Z Z
Z means Kl/r>200.

62
HALFEN 5030 HM
SERIES
CHANNEL
PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HM5000


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HM5000 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized

Stainless Steel HM5000 A4


Type 316 (A4)
Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 2,550 lb.


pull-out or shear (11.4kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 0.642 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (4.14) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 2.18
(kg/m) (3.25) 16 (406) 2,300 (10.24) 0.03 (0.9) 2,300 (10.24) 0.03 (0.8)
24 (610) 1,533 (6.82) 0.08 (1.9) 1,533 (6.82) 0.08 (2.0)
Ix in4 0.126
(cm4) (5.24) 32 (813) 1,150 (5.12) 0.13 (3.4) 1,142 (5.08) 0.13 (3.4)
36 (914) 1,022 (4.55) 0.17 (4.3) 902 (4.01) 0.15 (3.8)

ANCHOR PROFILES SPECIFICATIONS


Sx in3 0.205 48 (1219) 767 (3.41) 0.30 (7.7) 507 (2.26) 0.20 (5.1)
(cm3) (3.36)
60 (1524) 613 (2.73) 0.47 (12.0) 325 (1.45) 0.25 (6.4)
rx in 0.443 72 (1829) 511 (2.27) 0.68 (17.3) 226 (1.00) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm) (1.13)
84 (2134) 438 (1.95) 0.93 (23.5) 166 (0.74) 0.35 (8.9)
Iy in4 0.342 96 (2438) 383 (1.71) 1.21 (30.7) 127 (0.56) 0.40 (10.2)
(cm4) (14.22)

Sy in3 0.354
(cm3) (5.80)
COLUMN LOADS
ry in 0.730 Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(cm) (1.85) (Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
24 (610) 4,520 (20.11) 10,960 (48.78)
Notes: 36 (914) 4,222 (18.79) 9,359 (41.65)
1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 48 (1219) 3,781 (16.83) 7,438 (33.10)
2. Stainless steel load factor = 0.85 60 (1524) 3,112 (13.85) 5,226 (23.26)
3. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 26; for stainless
72 (1829) 2,465 (10.97) 3,629 (16.15)
steel tee-bolts, see page 51; for channel nuts, see page 52; and
for spring nuts, see page 53. 84 (2134) 1,980 (8.81) 2,666 (11.87)
96 (2438) Z Z Z Z
Z means Kl/r>200.

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HALFEN 5234 HM
SERIES
CHANNEL
PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HM6000


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HM6000 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized

Stainless Steel HM6000 A4


Type 316 (A4)
Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 5,600 lb.


pull-out or shear (25.0kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 0.997 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (6.43) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 3.39
(kg/m) (5.05) 16 (406) 3,893 (17.32) 0.03 (0.8) 3,893 (17.33) 0.03 (0.8)
24 (610) 2,595 (11.55) 0.07 (1.8) 2,595 (11.55) 0.07 (1.8)
Ix in4 0.228
(cm4) (9.49) 32 (813) 1,946 (8.66) 0.13 (3.2) 1,946 (8.66) 0.13 (3.3)
ANCHOR PROFILES

36 (914) 1,730 (7.70) 0.16 (4.0) 1,632 (7.27) 0.15 (3.8)


Sx in3 0.345 48 (1219) 1,298 (5.77) 0.28 (7.2) 918 (4.09) 0.20 (5.1)
(cm3) (5.66)
60 (1524) 1,038 (4.62) 0.44 (11.2) 588 (2.62) 0.25 (6.4)
rx in 0.478 72 (1829) 865 (3.85) 0.64 (16.2) 408 (1.82) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm) (1.21)
84 (2134) 742 (3.30) 0.87 (22.0) 300 (1.33) 0.35 (8.9)
Iy in4 0.584 96 (2438) 649 (2.89) 1.13 (28.7) 230 (1.02) 0.40 (10.2)
(cm4) (24.29) 108 (2743) 577 (2.57) 1.43 (36.3) 181 (0.81) 0.45 (11.4)
Sy in3 0.564 120 (3048) 519 (2.31) 1.77 (44.9) 147 (0.65) 0.50 (12.7)
(cm3) (9.25)

ry in 0.765 COLUMN LOADS


(cm) (1.94)
Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)

Notes: 24 (610) 7,264 (32.33) 17,342 (77.18)


1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 36 (914) 6,843 (30.46) 15,123 (67.30)
2. Stainless steel load factor = 0.85 48 (1219) 6,244 (27.79) 12,477 (55.53)
3. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 28; for stainless
60 (1524) 5,362 (23.86) 9,390 (41.79)
steel tee-bolts, see page 51; for channel nuts, see page 52; and
for spring nuts, see page 53. 72 (1829) 4,303 (19.15) 6,562 (29.20)
84 (2134) 3,479 (15.48) 4,808 (21.40)
96 (2438) 2,850 (12.68) 3,691 (16.43)
108 (2743) Z Z Z Z
Z means Kl/r>200.

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HALFEN 5542 HM
SERIES
CHANNEL
PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HM5542


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HM5542 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized

Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 9,600 lb.


pull-out or shear (42.7kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 1.297 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (8.37) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 5.62
(kg/m) (8.37) 24 (610) 4,514 (20.09) 0.06 (1.6) 4,514 (20.09) 0.06 (1.5)
36 (914) 3,010 (13.39) 0.14 (3.7) 3,010 (13.40) 0.14 (3.6)
Ix in4 0.437
(cm4) (18.21) 48 (1219) 2,257 (10.05) 0.26 (6.5) 1,764 (7.85) 0.20 (5.1)
60 (1524) 1,806 (8.04) 0.40 (10.2) 1,129 (5.02) 0.25 (6.4)

ANCHOR PROFILES SPECIFICATIONS


Sx in3 0.513 72 (1829) 1,505 (6.70) 0.58 (14.6) 784 (3.49) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm3) (8.40)
84 (2134) 1,290 (5.74) 0.78 (19.9) 576 (2.56) 0.35 (8.9)
rx in 0.581 96 (2438) 1,129 (5.02) 1.02 (26.0) 441 (1.96) 0.40 (10.2)
(cm) (1.48)
108 (2743) 1,003 (4.46) 1.30 (32.9) 348 (1.55) 0.45 (11.4)
Iy in4 0.860 120 (3048) 903 (4.02) 1.60 (40.6) 282 (1.26) 0.50 (12.7)
(cm4) (35.80)

Sy in3 0.802
(cm3) (13.14)
COLUMN LOADS
ry in 0.814 Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(cm) (2.07) (Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
24 (610) 14,970 (43.35) 27,173(120.93)
Notes: 36 (914) 14,059 (41.59) 24,313(108.20)
1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 48 (1219) 12,865 (39.25) 20,927 (93.13)
2. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 30; for stainless 60 (1524) 11,208 (36.10) 17,022 (75.70)
steel tee-bolts, see page 51; and for channel nuts, see page 52. 72 (1829) 9,150 (31.77) 12,490 (55.58)
84 (2134) 7,250 (26.50) 9,266 (41.24)
96 (2438) 5,849 (22.15) 7,094 (31.57)
108 (2743) 4,798 (18.67) 5,605 (24.95)
120 (3048) Z Z Z Z
Z means Kl/r>200.

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HALFEN 7248 HM
SERIES
CHANNEL
PROFILE

Material Part Number

Carbon Steel HM7000


Mill Finish

Carbon Steel HM7000 HDG


Hot Dip Galvanized
Standard length 19’-11” (6,070mm)

Max. allowable point load, 7,850 lb.


pull-out or shear (35.0kN)

SECTION PROPERTIES BEAM LOADS


Area in2 1.738 Beam Allowable Deflection at Limit of Span/240
(cm2) (11.21) Span Uniform Load Allowable Load Uniform Load Deflection
in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm) lb. (kN) in. (mm)
Weight lb/ft 5.91
(kg/m) (8.80) 24 (610) 6,679 (29.72) 0.05 (1.2) 6,679 (29.72) 0.05 (1.3)
36 (914) 4,453 (19.82) 0.11 (2.8) 4,453 (19.82) 0.11 (2.8)
Ix in4 0.844
(cm4) (35.14) 48 (1219) 3,339 (14.86) 0.20 (5.0) 3,339 (14.86) 0.20 (5.1)
ANCHOR PROFILES

60 (1524) 2,672 (11.89) 0.31 (7.8) 2,175 (9.68) 0.25 (6.4)


Sx in3 0.893 72 (1829) 2,226 (9.91) 0.44 (11.2) 1,511 (6.72) 0.30 (7.6)
(cm3) (14.63)
84 (2134) 1,908 (8.49) 0.60 (15.3) 1,110 (4.94) 0.35 (8.9)
rx in 0.697 96 (2438) 1,670 (7.43) 0.79 (20.0) 850 (3.78) 0.40 (10.2)
(cm) (1.77)
108 (2743) 1,484 (6.61) 0.99 (25.3) 671 (2.99) 0.45 (11.4)
Iy in4 2.004 120 (3048) 1,336 (5.94) 1.23 (31.2) 544 (2.42) 0.50 (12.7)
(cm4) (83.41)

Sy in3 1.414
(cm3) (23.17)
COLUMN LOADS
ry in 1.074 Column Height Allowable Load Allowable Axial
(cm) (2.73) (Unbraced) at Slot Face Load (K=1.0)
in. (mm) lb. (kN) lb. (kN)
24 (610) 12,348 (54.95) 32,255 (143.55)
Notes: 36 (914) 12,008 (53.44) 30,029 (133.64)
1. Available in 19’-11” (6,070 mm) lengths, or cut to order. 48 (1219) 11,569 (51.49) 27,428 (122.06)
2. For companion carbon steel tee-bolts, see page 32; for stainless 60 (1524) 11,009 (48.99) 24,474 (108.92)
steel tee-bolts, see page 51; and for channel nuts, see page 52.
72 (1829) 10,228 (45.79) 21,173 (94.23)
84 (2134) 9,339 (41.56) 17,508 (77.92)
96 (2438) 8,127 (36.17) 13,681 (60.89)
108 (2743) 7,020 (31.24) 10,810 (48.11)
120 (3048) 6,093 (27.11) 8,756 (38.97)
132 (3353) 5,316 (23.66) 7,236 (32.20)
144 (3658) Z Z Z Z
Z means Kl/r>200.

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Channel beam load data on the preceding pages is for simply
HALFEN CHANNEL
PROFILES
supported, single span beams with uniform load. For other load
combinations, refer to chart below for load and deflection factors.

BEAM DIAGRAMS
Load Type Load Diagram Load Deflection Example 1. Determine allowable mid-span load and deflection for
Factor Factor 7248HM channel two-span beam over 48” spans.
From beam load data on page 66 for 7248HM profile, beam load = 3339
Uniform load 1.0 1.0 lb. and deflection = 0.20 in.
From beam diagram, load factor = 0.67 and deflection factor = 0.48.
So allowable point load = 3339 X 0.67 = 2237 lbs, and
Point load 0.5 0.8
deflection = 0.20 X 0.48 = 0.096 in.

Two-point load 1.0 1.1


at 1/4 points
Example 2. Determine maximum point load and deflection at end of
Two-span beam 1.0 0.42 3817HM channel profile cantilevered 16”.
uniform load From beam load data on page 59 for 3817 HM profile for span of 16”,
beam load = 625 lb and deflection = 0.06 in. From beam diagram, load
Two-span beam 0.67 0.48
point loads factor = 0.125 and deflection factor = 3.2
So allowable point load on 16” cantilever = 625 X 0.125 = 78 lb. and
Cantilever beam 0.25 2.4 deflection at this load = 0.06 X 3.2 = 0.19in.
uniform load

Cantilever beam 0.125 3.2


point load Example 3. Determine strong axis capacity of 4022HM channel profile for
36” span with uniform load.
From beam load data on page 62 for 4022HM channel for span = 36”,
BEAM LOADS load = 504 lb., deflection = 0.22 in. Section Modulus Sy = 0.179, Sx =
Beam load tables are in the weak axis direction. 0.101; Moments of inertia Iy = 0.139, Ix = 0.048
For bending in the strong axis direction, multiply published load For strong axis bending.
for span by ratio of strong to weak axes section moduli for the load capacity = 504 x Sy = 504 x 0.179 = 893 lb.
channel profile, as shown in Example 3. For deflection, multiply Sx 0.101
by inverse ratio of moments of inertia. and deflection = 893 x Ix x 0.22 = 0.135 in.
504 Iy
STAINLESS STEEL
Beam loads and column loads are for carbon steel channel

ANCHOR PROFILES SPECIFICATIONS


profiles. Use a load factor of 0.85 for stainless steel channel Example 4. Determine mid-point load and deflection on 5030HM stainless
profiles. steel channel profile with 60” span.
From beam load data on page 63 for 5030HM channel at 60” span, load
COLUMN DATA = 613 lb., deflection = 0.47 in. From beam diagram, load factor = 0.5
Column data is based on column K-factor of 1.0. For end and deflection factor = 0.8. Stainless steel factor = 0.85.
conditions which allow for other K-factors, use normal For stainless steel channel, load = 613 x 0.5 x 0.85 = 261 lb. and
engineering practice to determine loads. deflection = 0.47x 0.8 x 0.85 = 0.33 in.

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HALFEN LOAD & RESISTANCE
FACTOR DESIGN

INTRODUCTION CONCRETE STRENGTH FACTORS


The load capacities of all Halfen products shown in this manual All allowable pull-out and shear loads for Halfen anchor
are based on Allowable Stress Design (ASD). In some channels, except those marked *, are based upon their
circumstances, it may be appropriate for product sizing and performance in normal weight concrete with f’c = 3,000 psi
calculations to be based on Load & Resistance Factor Design (20.7 MPa). These loads may be factored for different concrete
(LRFD). To convert the ASD information to LRFD capacities, strengths up to a maximum of 5000 psi (34.5 MPa) using the
follow the guidelines set out on this and the following page. We formula:
recommend that all product sizing and calculations be done by a
design professional.
These loads may also be factored for different strength light-
LOAD FACTOR COMBINATIONS weight concrete up to a maximum of 6000 psi (41.4 MPa) using
We recommend the use of the load factor combinations shown the formula:
in the American Society of Civil Engineers ASCE 7-95 code, and
adopted in the American Concrete Institute ACI 318-95 code,
Appendix C, and in the American Institute of Steel Construction
(AISC) Manual of Steel Construction LRFD, 2nd Edition. DUCTILE STRENGTH FACTORS
All published allowable pull-out loads for Halfen anchor channels
Design should be based upon the worst cases of these load marked with * are based upon steel component capacity (not
combinations: concrete strength), and include a safety factor of 3. Multiply
1.4 DL where: published load by 3 and apply the appropriate strength reduction
1.2 DL + 1.6 LL DL = dead load factor (Φ = 0.80) to determine factored ultimate pull-out
1.2 DL + 1.3 WL + 0.5 LL LL = live load capacity.
1.2 DL + 1.5 SL + 0.5 LL WL = wind load
0.9 DL + 1.3 WL or 1.0 SL SL = seismic load For factored Halfen tee-bolt capacities, refer to the chart
opposite.
STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTORS
For Halfen anchor channels cast into concrete, use To determine factored capacities of other Halfen fasteners,
strength reduction factors of multiply published load capacity by 3 and apply the appropriate
Φ = 0.80 for pull-out (tension) loads strength reduction factor.
Φ = 0.55 for shear loads
Factored beam and column load capacities of Halfen channel
For Halfen channel profiles (not cast into concrete), use profiles should be determined by the design professional, based
strength reduction factors of upon the material properties shown in this manual, and prudent
Φ = 0.85 for pull-out (tension) loads design practices.
Φ = 0.75 for shear loads
To determine factored connection point capacities for Halfen
For Halfen fasteners, use: channel profiles, multiply the published pull-out or shear load by
Φ = 0.75 for both tension and shear loads. 3 and apply the appropriate strength reduction factor.

NOTE: Alternate load factor combinations and load reduction factors may EDGE DISTANCE FACTORS
be used at the discretion of the design professional. Refer to the appropriate edge distance factor chart adjacent to
the particular Halfen anchor channel for edge distance load
ANCHOR CHANNEL LOAD CAPACITIES reduction factors.
The pull-out and shear load capacities shown in this manual for
Halfen anchor channels are allowable loads and include a COMBINED LOAD INTERACTION CHECK
safety factor of 3. To determine ultimate load capacities of any In all cases, check interaction using the following formulae:
Halfen anchor channel, multiply the allowable load by 3, thus: For anchor channel, use
Tu = 3xTA where: Tu = ultimate pull-out load
Vu = 3xVA TA = allowable pull-out load For channel profiles, use
Vu = ultimate shear load
SPECIFICATIONS

VA = allowable shear load For fasteners, use

where: TF = factored applied tension load


VF = factored applied shear load
TFU = factored ultimate pull-out (tension) capacity
VFU = factored ultimate shear capacity
TFUB = factored bolt tension capacity
VFUB = factored bolt shear capacity

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HALFEN LOAD & RESISTANCE
FACTOR DESIGN

HALFEN TEE-BOLT FACTORED LOAD CAPACITIES


Tee-Bolt mm M6 M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30
Diameter (D) (in.) (1/4) (5/16) (3/8) (1/2) (5/8) (3/4) (1) (1-1/8) (1-1/4)

Thread Pitch (P) mm 1.0 1.25 1.5 1.75 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.0 3.5

Bolt Stress in2 0.031 0.057 0.090 0.131 0.243 0.379 0.546 0.712 0.869
Area (As) (mm2) (20.1) (36.6) (58.0) (84.3) (156) (245) (353) (459) (561)

Nut ft. lb. 2.2 6 11 19 45 89 147 220 295


Standard Torque (N.m) (3) (8) (15) (25) (60) (120) (200) (300) (400)
Grade
Carbon Factored lb. 1,020 1,850 2,930 4,260 7,920 12,380 17,830 23,230 28,350
Steel Tension Load (kN) (4.5) (8.2) (13.1) (19.0) (35.3) (55.1) (79.3) (103.4) (126.2)
Tee-Bolts
Grade 4.6 Factored lb. 680 1,230 1,950 2,840 5,280 8,250 11,880 15,490 18,900
Shear Load (kN) (3.0) (5.5) (8.7) (12.6) (23.5) (36.7) (52.9) (68.9) (84.1)

Ultimate Strength Fu = 400MPa (58,000 psi)

Nut ft. lb. 30 55 147 295 500


X X
High Torque (N.m) (40) (75) (200) (400) (680)
Tensile
Carbon Factored lb. 6,080 8,840 16,440 25,690 36,990
X X
Steel Tension Load (kN) (27.1) (39.4) (73.2) (114.3) (164.6)
Tee-Bolts
Grade 8.8 Factored lb. 4,060 5,900 10,960 17,120 24,660
X X
Shear Load (kN) (18.1) (26.2) (48.8) (76.2) (109.7)

Ultimate Strength Fu = 830MPa (120,350 psi)

Nut ft. lb. 6 11 19 45 89 147


X
Type 304 (A2) Torque (N.m) (8) (15) (25) (60) (120) (200)
or Type
316 (A4) Factored lb. 2,310 3,670 5,330 9,900 15,470 22,280
X
Stainless Tension Load (kN) (10.3) (16.3) (23.7) (44.1) (68.9) (99.2)
Tee-Bolts
Grade A2-50 Factored lb. 1,540 2,440 3,550 6,600 10,320 14,850
X
or A4-50 Shear Load (kN) (6.9) (10.9) (15.8) (29.4) (45.9) (66.1)

X Ultimate Strength Fu = 500MPa (72,500 psi)

Nut ft. lb. 6 11 19


X
Type 304 (A2) Torque (N.m) (8) (15) (25)
or Type
316 (A4) Factored lb. 3,240 5,130 7,460
X
Stainless Tension Load (kN) (14.4) (22.8) (33.2)
Tee-Bolts
Grade A2-70 Factored lb. 2,160 3,420 4,970
X
or A4-70 Shear Load (kN) (9.6) (15.2) (22.1)
Ultimate Strength Fu = 700MPa (101,500 psi)
Note: DO NOT use these values for allowable loads
SPECIFICATIONS
Bolt stress area As = 0.25 Π (D-0.9382P)2
Factored bolt tension capacity,
TFUB (Φ = 0.75) x 0.75 x Fu x As
Factored bolt shear capacity
VFUB = (Φ = 0.75) x 0.5 x Fu x As

Note: AISC recommends using 0.4 x Fu for shear strength of Fastener capacity may be limited by the capacity of the
bolts on bolt gross area when threads are not excluded from the companion anchor channel or channel profile.
shear plane. Halfen recommends using the more conservative
0.5 x Fu x bolt stress area. Factored load capacities above include Φ = 0.75 factor.

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HALFEN MATERIAL
SPECIFICATIONS

Halfen anchor channels and accessories meet or exceed the following specifications:

MATERIALS
Component Specification (*1) Yield Strength Ultimate Strength
psi (MPa) psi (MPa)

Cold formed carbon steel channels ASTM A570, Gr.33 34,000 (235) 52,200 (360)

Hot rolled carbon steel channels & “I” anchors ASTM A283, Gr.D 34,000 (235) 52,200 (360)

Type 304 stainless steel channels ASTM A666 Type 304 Annealed 28,300 (195) 72,500 (500)

Type 316 stainless steel channels ASTM A666 Type 316 Annealed 30,450 (210) 72,500 (500)

Standard grade tee-bolts ASTM F568, Gr. 4.6 (*2) 34,800 (240) 58,000 (400)

High tensile tee-bolts ASTM F568, Gr. 8.8 (*3) 95,700 (660) 120,350 (830)

Type 304 stainless steel tee-bolts, grade 50 ASTM F738M, A1-50, AF 30,450 (210) 72,500 (500)

Type 304 stainless steel tee-bolts, grade 70 ASTM F738M, A1-70, CW 65,250 (450) 101,500 (700)

Type 316 stainless steel tee-bolts, grade 50 ASTM F738M, A4-50, AF 30,450 (210) 72,500 (500)

Type 316 stainless steel tee-bolts, grade 70 ASTM F738M, A4-70, CW 65,250 (450) 101,500 (700)

Spring nuts ASTM A576, Gr. 1015 70,000 (480) 80,000 (550)

Channel nuts ASTM A283, Gr. D 34,000 (235) 52,200 (360)

FINISHES
Hot dipped galvanizing ASTM A123 or ASTM A153

Mechanical galvanizing ASTM B695

Zinc electroplating ASTM B633

Notes: (*1) Raw material and components may be manufactured to different international specifications than those shown above, however, these
international specifications meet or exceed the stated specification.
(*2) Essentially equivalent to ASTM A307.
(*3) Essentially equivalent to ASTM A325.

Manufacturing Tolerances: Dimensions shown for all products are nominal and fabrication tolerances of ±1/8” (3mm) are possible.
Lengths over 12” (305mm) have tolerances of ±1/4” (6mm).

Technical Assistance: Halfen Anchoring Systems maintains a staff of competent and highly qualified sales and engineering personnel to offer any
technical assistance that may be required. Please call (800) 323-6898 or (210) 658-4671 or fax (888) 277-1695 or (210) 658-7908
with any questions about Halfen products and their uses.
SPECIFICATIONS

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HALFEN SAMPLE
SPECIFICATION

SAMPLE SPECIFICATIONS FOR


HALFEN ANCHOR CHANNELS
PART 1 GENERAL PART 2 PRODUCTS

1.01 SCOPE OF WORK 2.01 ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS


A. Provide all anchor channel embeds and accessories as A. Anchor channels and accessories shall be as manufactured by
indicated in the Contract Documents. HALFEN Anchoring Systems, Converse, TX
phone (800) 323-6896, fax (888) 277-1695
1.02 RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE B. Products of other manufactures may also be accepted, provided
A. Concrete Accessories.....................03250 that such products demonstrate equal or superior capacity or
B. Precast Concrete ............................03400 other technical benefit.
C. Masonry Accessories .....................04150 C. The alternate (substitute) products must be a proven equivalent to
D. Stone...............................................04400 that specified, and evaluation must be justified by technicaldata,
E. Metal Fabrication.............................05500 test reports, samples, comparative sizing, and engineering
F. Glazed Curtain Walls.......................08900 calculations.
D. All material offered shall have published load data rated in
1 .03 QUALITY ASSURANCE accordance with tests conducted by independent laboratories.
A. Material shall be provided by a manufacturer with at least five Tests shall be conducted in accordance with appropriate ASTM and
years experience in the manufacture of anchoring ACI procedures. Data shall be provided for allowable working
components. loads at any accessible point on the anchor channel including the
B. Manufacturer shall demonstrate experience in projects of extremes of available adjustment in the channel.
similar scope.
C. Product must be manufactured in accordance with an 2.02 MATERIALS
established quality assurance program. A. Anchor channels shall consist of either cold formed or hot rolled
D. Product capacity or performance shall be verified by relevant channel profiles, with hot rolled “I” anchors securely attached to
test data. the back of the channel with fillet welds.
B. Anchor channels shall be protected by a hot dipped galvanized
1.04 REFERENCES finish.
A. American Concrete Institute (ACI). C. Anchor channels shall be complete with foam filler to prevent
B. American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC). concrete seepage.
C. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). D. Fasteners used with anchor channels shall have tee heads to
D. American Society for Testing and Material (ASTM). engage in the channel and shall be sized to suit load requirements.
E. American Welding Society (AWS). E. Other fastening devices specifically approved by the manufacturer
may also be used.
1.05 SUBMITTALS
A. Structural calculations and shop drawings shall be PART 3 EXECUTION
submitted for approval by the Project Engineer.
B. Submittals may include, but are not limited to: 3.01 INSTALLATION
1. Description of design criteria. A. Anchor channels shall be securely fastened to concrete form work
2. Stress and load analysis. in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
3. Test data. B. Anchor channels shall be cast into precast components to provide a
4. Selection or recommendation of components. bolted connection point for other elements of the building.
5. Shop drawings. C. Attachment to the anchor channel shall be by tee-bolts
6. Pertinent manufacturer’s published data. manufactured specifically for use with the anchor channel, or other
attachment device approved by the manufacturer.
1.06 PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING D. Only fastening devices manufactured or approved by the
A. All materials shall be delivered to the job site in original factory manufacturer of the anchor channel shall be used.
packaging to ensure proper handling in transit.
B. All components shall be stored in a safe and dry place to 3.02 PROTECTION
prevent loss or damage. A. The installer shall protect all components from damage. Any
damage to factory applied finishes shall be touched up by the
SPECIFICATIONS
1.07 GUARANTEE installer using appropriate materials and techniques.
A. Manufacturer shall guarantee the products are of good quality,
free of defects, and conform to current published technical
data.

1.08 RESPONSIBILITIES OF OTHER PARTIES


A. Anchor channels are never used in isolation but are used to
connect an element or device to another element.
B. Responsibility for proper design or use of anchor channels
and accessories rests with the Architect, Engineer,
Construction Manager, or User.

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MEADOW-BURKE PRODUCTS

LIMITED WARRANTY

Meadow-Burke Products (Supplier) warrants that Halfen Anchoring Systems products


sold to Purchaser will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year
(12 months) from the date of delivery, and Supplier will repair, or in its sole discretion, replace, any
Product or part thereof found to be defective at the time of delivery if such Product or part is
returned (at Purchaser’s expense and risk) and received by Supplier within ten (10) days after the
applicable warranty period. Descriptions, representations and other information concerning
Supplier Products contained in Supplier’s catalogs, advertisements or other promotional mate-
rials or statements or representations made by Supplier sales agents or representatives shall
not be binding upon Supplier and shall not be part of this limited warranty unless expressly
identified in writing as PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS.

This limited warranty does not cover normal maintenance, or items consumed during
installation or normal operations, normal wear and tear, use under circumstances exceeding
specifications, use for purposes other than the use for which the Products were intended, abuse,
unauthorized repair or alteration, improper installation, failure to follow Supplier’s printed instruc-
tions, guidelines and recommendations for installation and use, lack of proper maintenance or
damage caused by natural causes such as fire, storm, or flood. Purchaser shall detetermine the
suitability of the Product for his intended use and Purchaser assumes all liabilities and risks
whatsoever in connection therewith.

This limited warranty is Purchaser’s exclusive remedy. It shall not be deemed to have
failed of its essential purpose so long as Supplier is willing and able to repair or replace defective
products or parts thereof in the manner specified. No allowance will be made or repairs made by
Purchaser.

Except as herein provided, Supplier shall not be liable to Purchaser in any manner with
respect to the Products. In no event shall Supplier’s liability to Purchaser ever exceed the pur-
chase price of the allegedly defective Product. Except as herein provided, Supplier shall not be
liable for transportation, labor or other charges for adjustments, repairs, replacements of parts,
installation, or other work which may be done upon or in connection with the Products sold.
SUPPLIER SHALL NOT IN ANY EVENT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING LOST PROFITS, whether arising from
any defect in the Products, any use of the Products, from Purchaser’s inability to use the Products,
or otherwise. This limited warranty applies to only products made by Supplier

NO OTHER EXPRESS AND NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF ANY TYPE, WHETHER FOR


SPECIFICATIONS

MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE, OR OTHERWISE, OTHER THAN THOSE


EXPRESSLY SET FORTH ABOVE (WHICH ARE MADE EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES) SHALL APPLY TO THE PRODUCTS.

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Halfen Anchoring Systems is a product line manufactured by Meadow-Burke Products, who
actively supports and participates in the activities of these and other trade associations.

American Concrete
Institute The Construction
Specifications Institute

Concrete
Anchor
Manufacturers
Association
®

ANCHORING SYSTEMS
HALFEN TECHNICAL MANUAL

Flexibility of Design
1 With two or three dimensional adjustment
capabilities and versatility of application, HALFEN

2
systems make almost any design possible.

Ease of Installation
HALFEN
ANCHORING SYSTEMS
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Because they are so easy to install and work with,


MEADOW BURKE PRODUCTS
HALFEN systems save time and labor costs.
P. O. Box 547
Unsurpassed Strength Converse, TX 78109
3 HALFEN systems are available in a variety of load
capacities to suit the requirements of almost any TEL 1-800-323-6896 • 210-658-4671
connection detail. FAX 1-888-277-1695 • 210-658-7908
Variety of Sizes Copyright © 1999 Halfen
4 HALFEN systems are available in a variety of sizes. If it
is not a stock item, we can manufacture to your
requirements.

Pre-engineered
5
Off the shelf components.

6 Durable
HALFEN products are available with durable zinc
coated or hot dip galvanized finishes. Stainless steel
components are also available.

7 Competitive Cost
At the front end, HALFEN is highly competitive with
other anchoring and connection systems.

8 Performance Proven
Thousands of projects world-wide, over 65 years of
experience.

Application Assistance
9 HALFEN thrives on problem solving. We regularly
work with contractors, architects, and engineers to
develop practical solutions to complex design
challenges.

Technical Support
10
Readily available to provide engineering
assistance and anchorage
calculations.

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