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SLEEVE-ALL® SLEEVE ANCHORS

AUTHORIZED SIMPSON STRONG-TIE DISTRIBUTOR

Sleeve-All® sleeve anchors are pre-assembled expanding sleeve anchors for use in all types of solid base materials. These anchors are available in acorn, hex, rod coupler, flat or round head styles for a wide range of applications.

Sleeve Anchors

  • SLEEVE-ALL® PRODUCT DATA: ZINC PLATED CARBON STEEL

    Sleeve-All Product Data - Zinc Plated Carbon Steel

    *These models do not meet minimum embedment requirements for rated load values.
    SLEEVE-ALL® PRODUCT DATA: STAINLESS STEEL

    Sleeve-All Product Data - Stainless Steel

    SLEEVE-ALL® ROD COUPLER PRODUCT DATA: ZINC PLATED CARBON STEEL

    Rod Coupler Product Data - Zinc Plated Carbon Steel

    LENGTH IDENTIFICATION HEAD MARKS ON SLEEVE-ALL ANCHORS (Corresponds to length of anchor in inches)

    Length Identification Head Marks on Sleeve-All Anchors (corresponds to length of anchor - inches).

  • MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS:

    Sleeve-All material specs

    TENSION AND SHEAR LOADS IN NORMAL-WEIGHT CONCRETE

    Tension and Shear Loads for Sleeve-All Anchors in Normal-Weight Concrete

    1. The tabulated allowable loads are based on a safety factor of 4.0.
    2. Allowable loads may not be increased for short term loading due to wind or seismic forces.
    3. Refer to allowable load-adjustment factors for spacing and edge distance.
    4. Drill bit diameter used in base material corresponds to nominal anchor diameter.
    5. Allowable tension loads may be linearly interpolated between concrete strengths listed.
    6. The minimum concrete thickness is 1 1/2 times the embedment depth.
    TENSION AND SHEAR LOADS IN GROUT-FILLED CMU

    Tension and Shear Loads for Sleeve-All Anchors in Grout-Filled CMU

    Horizontal Mortar Joint/Face Shell Installation

    Allowable Anchor Placement in grout-filled CMU shown by shaded areas.

    1. The tabulated allowable loads are based on a safety factor of 5.0 for installations under the IBC and IRC.
    2. Listed loads may be applied to installations through a face shell with the following placement guidelines:
      • a. Minimum 3″ from vertical mortal joint.
      • b. Minimum 1″ from vertical cell centerline.
    3. Values for 6- and 8-inch wide concrete masonry units (CMU) with a minimum specified compressive strength of masonry, f’m, at 28 days is 1500 psi.
    4. Embedment depth is measured from the outside face of the concrete masonry unit.
    5. Drill bit diameter used in base material corresponds to nominal anchor diameter.
    6. Allowable loads may not be increased for short-term loading due to wind or seismic forces.
    TENSION AND SHEAR LOADS FOR 3/8″ ANCHORS IN GROUT-FILLED CMU (Anchor Installed in Horizontal Mortar Joint or Face Shell)

    Tension and Shear Loads for 3/8 inch Sleeve-All Anchor in Grout-Filled CMU (Anchor Installed in Horizontal Mortar Joint or Face Shell)

    1. The tabulated allowable loads are based on a safety factor of 5.0 for installations under the IBC and IRC.
    2. Listed loads may be applied to installations through a face shell with the following placement guidelines:
      • a. Minimum 3″ from vertical mortal joint.
      • b. Minimum 1″ from vertical cell centerline.
    3. Values for 8-inch wide concrete masonry units (CMU) with a minimum specified compressive strength of masonry,
      f’m, at 28 days is 1500 psi.
    4. Embedment depth is measured from the outside face of the concrete masonry unit.
    5. Drill bit diameter used in base material corresponds to nominal anchor diameter.
    6. Allowable loads may not be increased for short-term loading due to wind or seismic forces.

    Horizontal Mortar Joint/Face Shell Installation

    Allowable Anchor Placement in grout-filled CMU shown by shaded areas.

     

  • INSTALLATION:
    • Drill a hole in the base material using a carbide drill bit the same diameter as the nominal diameter of the anchor to be installed. Drill the hole to the specified embedment depth and blow it clean using compressed air. Overhead installations need not be blown clean. Alternatively, drill the hole deep enough to accommodate embedment depth and dust from drilling.
    • Place the anchor in the fixture and drive into the hole until the washer and nut are tight against fixture.
    • Tighten to required installation torque.

    Caution: Oversized holes will make it difficult to set the anchor and will reduce the anchor’s load capacity.

    Sleeve-All Installation Data

    INSTALLATION SEQUENCE

    Sleeve-All Installation Sequence

     

  • CODE REPORTS:
    • Factory Mutual 3017082, 3026805, 3029959, and 3043442, 3/8″–3/4″ dia.
    • Underwriters Laboratories File Ex3605, 3/8″–3/4″ dia.
    • Meets requirements of Federal Specifications A-A-1922A

    The load tables list values based upon results from the most recent testing and may not reflect those in the current code reports. Where code jurisdictions apply, consult the current reports for applicable load values.

Sources: ASTM Standards for Mechanical Fasteners and Related Processes 2nd Edition, Inch Fastener Standards 8th Edition, Simpson Strong-Tie Anchoring and Fastening Systems for Concrete and Masonry, StrongTie.com

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