Provide for vertical building movement up to 3"
ClarkDietrich FastClip™ Slide Clip 68mils (14ga) deflection clips are used to attach exterior curtain-wall studs to the building structure and provide for vertical building movement independent of the cold-formed steel framing. Also available in 97mils (12ga). A FastClip deflection clip installs quickly with screws or powder-actuated fasteners, and provides adjustable standoff to ensure a plumb wall plane. FastClip Deflection Screws are provided with each clip to ensure friction-free sliding. Each clip is also embossed with fastening patterns to ensure accurate placement of fasteners.
- Vertical movement up to 3" (1-1/2" up and 1-1/2" down).
- 3-1/2" FastClip™ permits up to 1" of standoff from the primary frame.
- FastClip™ Deflection Screws (included) provide frictionless slip connection.
- U.S. Patent No. 6,688,069
Meets ATI CCRR-0208 in compliance with the 2012 International Building Code® (IBC) and International Residential Code® (IRC), as well as the 2010 Florida Building Code and 2013 California Building Code.
Meets SFIA Certification for Manufacturing Compliance Program for Connectors for Cold-Formed Steel Construction.
Product Data & Ordering Information
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|FCSC 3-1/2"||14||68||0.0713||1-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 4-1/2"||25|
|FCSC 5-1/2"||14||68||0.0713||1-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 4-1/2"||25|
Connections to the building can be made with screws, powder-actuated fasteners or drill-in concrete anchors. Mechanical fasteners shall be located on the embossed marks given on the scored line of the 1.5" flange. Two or three FastClip™ Deflection Screws (based upon clip size) are used to attach the clip to the cold-formed steel framing. Screws shall be driven through the slotted holes and positioned to allow for the appropriate building deflection.
FastClip™ deflection screws
Many of the ClarkDietrich deflection clips include our proprietary FastClip fastener that has been specifically designed to provide friction-free deflection. These fasteners eliminate drag, binding or resistance that can often occur with common fasteners.