No-Thread Swivel Sway Brace Attachment

No-Thread Swivel Sway Brace Attachment
Seismic Bracing
Component of State of
California OSHPD Approved
Seismic Restraints System
Fig. 909 - No-Thread Swivel Sway Brace Attachment
Size Range: 1" (25mm) bracing pipe. For brace pipe sizes larger than
1" (25mm), use Fig. 980. Available with holes for 3⁄8”-16 thru 3⁄4”-10 fastener
attachment.
Material: Steel, hardened cone point set screw
Function: The structural component of a sway and seismic bracing system.
Seismic Bracing
Features: This product’s design incorporates a concentric
attachment opening which is critical to the performance of structural
seismic connections. NFPA 13 (2010) 9.3.5.8.4 indicates clearly that
fastener table load values are based only on concentric loading. No
threading of the bracing pipe is required. Open design allows for easy
inspection of pipe engagement.
Application Note: Fig. 909 is used in conjunction with the Fig. 1000,
Fig. 1001, Fig. 4 (A) or Fig. 4L pipe clamp, and joined together with bracing
pipe. Sway brace assemblies are intended to be installed in accordance with
NFPA 13 (or TOLCO State of California OSHPD Approved Seismic Restraint
Manual) and the manufacturer’s installation instructions. The required type,
number and size of fasteners used for the structure attachment fitting shall
be in accordance with NFPA 13 and/or OSHPD.
D
Set Screw
Included
A
B
Mounting Hardware
Is Not Included
Approvals: Underwriters Laboratories Listed in the USA (UL)
and Canada (cUL). Included in our Seismic Restraints Catalog
approved by the State of California Office of Statewide Health
Planning and Development (OSHPD). For additional load, spacing
and placement information relating to OSHPD projects, please refer
to the TOLCO Seismic Restraint Systems Guidelines.
Installation Instructions: Fig. 909 is the structural or transitional
attachment component of a longitudinal or lateral sway brace
assembly. It is intended to be combined with the "bracing pipe"
and TOLCO "braced pipe" attachment, Fig. 1000, 1001, 4A, 4B or 4L to
form a complete bracing assembly. NFPA 13 and/or OSHPD
guidelines should be followed.
To Install: Place the Fig. 909 onto the bracing pipe. Tighten the set screw
until the head bottoms out on surface. Attachment can pivot for adjustment
to proper brace angle.
Finish: Plain. Contact B-Line for alternative finishes and materials.
Order By: Figure number, fastener attachment size and finish.
Part
Number
909-3/8
909-1/2
909-5/8
909-3/4
Hole Size
D*
Brace
Pipe Size
A
Max. Design
Load
B
Approx.
Wt./100
in.
(mm)
in.
(mm)
in.
(mm)
in.
(mm)
lbs.
(kN)
lbs.
(kg)
13/32”
(10.3)
(25)
13/16”
(20.6)
92
91
90
89
(41.7)
(17.5)
2015
2015
2015
2015
(8.96)
(13.5)
15/8”
15/8”
15/8”
15/8”
(41.3)
11/16”
6”
6”
6”
6”
(152.4)
17/32”
1”
1”
1”
1”
(25)
(25)
(25)
(152.4)
(152.4)
(152.4)
(41.3)
(41.3)
(41.3)
(8.96)
(8.96)
(8.96)
(41.3)
(40.8)
(40.4)
Eaton’s B-Line Business seismic bracing components are designed to be compatible only with other B-Line bracing components,
resulting in a listed seismic bracing assembly. B-Line’s warranty for seismic bracing components will be the warranty provided in
B-Line’s standard terms and conditions of sale made available by B-Line, except that, in addition to the other exclusions from
B-Line’s warranty, Eaton’s B-line Business makes no warranty relating to B-Line’s seismic bracing components that are combined
with products not provided by Eaton’s B-Line Business.
All dimensions in charts and on drawings are in inches. Dimensions shown in parentheses are in millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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