Alpine Introduces New Structural Connectors Catalogue

Originally published by: Alpine, an ITW CompanyOctober 30, 2015

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Alpine, a leading provider of building component software, metal connector products and equipment for component manufacturers, has introduced its new 2015/2016 Structural Connectors catalog covering the company’s comprehensive construction hardware product line.

The 130-page catalog lists more than 2,000 different construction hardware products with clearly detailed information, specifications, diagrams and installation instructions.  It includes the complete line of Alpine truss hardware, joist hangers, straps, braces and other products covering a wide range of structural applications.  Products are organized both alphabetically and by category so users can quickly and easily reference them while planning wood construction projects.  The catalog also includes references to all applicable code listings and evaluation reports, nail specifications, and other useful notes and charts that installers and designers will find beneficial.

“We completely redesigned the catalog for maximum ease of use based on input and feedback from customers,” said William Henderson, Alpine product specialist – Construction Hardware.  “It should be an invaluable resource in specifying and ordering our construction hardware products.”

To download the new Structural Connectors catalog, visit the Construction Hardware page of the Alpine website at  Copies of the catalog are available from Alpine Customer Service by calling (800) 521-9790.

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