News: Simpson Strong-Tie Releases 2021 Concrete Catalog

February 25, 2021 - by commARCH
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According to Simpson Strong-Tie, it has recently released their 2021 Anchoring, Fastening, Restoration and Strengthening Systems for Concrete and Masonry product catalog. 

What is the catalog about?

Designed specially for engineers, Simpson Strong-Tie's Concrete comprehensive catalog is used as a training and reference guide featuring load tables, updated code information and robust product pages. The product pages include product features and benefits, installation notes and diagrams, associated tools, cross-references to related products, and quick links to relevant web apps.

What are the latest updates? 

New to the 2021 catalog are special market appendices to support the most common product applications for light-frame construction, restoration and retrofitting, bridge and marine construction, and wastewater facilities. Also new are a four-page, product-by-product code compliance quick-reference sheet and a guide on how different stainless-steel grades perform in corrosive environments.

A bookmarked table of contents allows customers to download individual catalog sections or the entire catalog via the online PDF found on the Simpson Strong-Tie website. The catalog has been updated with information on new products including Titen Turbo™ screw anchors, the Titen HD® countersunk and washer-head heavy-duty screw anchors, and the crack injection family of structural epoxy products designed for a variety of concrete crack repair jobs.

A new icon system facilitates quicker reference to product categories and information, and from cover to cover the catalog has been redesigned with a new look to help users easily find and recognize the products they trust for various job applications.

Why is this important to the industry?

The comprehensive yet streamlined reference guide is designed to help customers quickly identify the right products across the company’s extensive line of concrete construction solutions.


“We continue to create new editions of the Concrete products catalog to include the most relevant product information for specific applications in the field,” says Ryan Kaelin, Vice President, Concrete Construction Products for Simpson Strong-Tie. “The 2021 catalog is easy to navigate and provides the information and resources our customers need to build safer and stronger.”


For more information, or to view or download a PDF of the Simpson Strong-Tie® 2021 Anchoring, Fastening, Restoration and Strengthening Systems for Concrete and Masonry product catalog, visit strong-tie.com/concrete.

About Simpson Strong-Tie, Inc. 

For more than 65 years, Simpson Strong-Tie has dedicated itself to creating structural solutions and technology to help people design and build safer, stronger homes and buildings. Considered an industry leader in structural systems research, testing and innovation, Simpson Strong-Tie works closely with construction professionals to provide code-listed, field-tested products and value-engineered solutions. Our engineered products and solutions are recognized for helping structures resist high winds, hurricanes and seismic forces. They include structural connectors, fasteners, fastening systems, lateral-force-resisting systems, anchors, software solutions, and product solutions for repairing, protecting and strengthening concrete. From product development and testing to training and engineering and field support, Simpson Strong-Tie is committed to our customers’ success. For more information, visit strongtie.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.

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