Titen HD® 3/8" x 6-3/4" Rod Coupler
THD37634RC RC 3/8X6-3/4 SCRW ANCHR 25/PK-SIMPSON

Titen HD® 3/8" x 6-3/4" Rod Coupler

Item #: 71-788-034
Brand: SIMPSON STRONG TIE
Type: Rod Coupler
Drill Bit Diameter: 3/8"
Overall Length: 6-3/4"

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Quick installation – just drill a hole and drive the anchor!

Benefits

  • Provides a fast and simple way to attach threaded rod to a concrete stem wall or thickened slab footing.
  • No special setting tools are required: Titen HD® rod couplers installs with regular or hammer drill, ANSI size bits and standard sockets

Applications

  • Compatible with threaded rods in 3/8" and 1/2" diameters.
  • Designed to be used in conjunction with a single or multi-story rod tiedown system.

Features

  • Serrated cutting teeth and thread design enables the Titen HD rod coupler to be installed quickly and easily.
  • Carbon steel Titen HD® utilizes a specialized heat-treating process that creates tip hardness for better cutting without compromising the ductility.
  • Zinc-plated carbon steel anchor can be used for temporary exterior applications.

Technical Data

Installation 1. Drill a hole using the specified diameter carbide bit into the base material to a depth of at least 1/2" deeper than the required embedment. 2. Blow the hole clean of dust and debris using compressed air. Overhead application need not be blown clean. 3. Tighten the anchor with appropriate size socket until the head sits flush against base material.
Product Specifications
Brand SIMPSON STRONG TIE
Type Rod Coupler
Drill Bit Diameter 3/8"
Overall Length 6-3/4"
No. of Pieces in Pack 25
Finish Coating Zinc Plated
Material Carbon Steel
Model # THD37634RC
Prop. 65 Yes
Threaded Rod 3/8"
Weight 6.25 lbs.
Wrench Size 9/16"
Country of Origin Import
Shipping Restrictions UPS SHIP (DROP SHIP ITEM)
Prop 65 Warning Many metalworking products do contain metals that are included in the latest Prop 65 warning. Exposure to the elements can be harmful. May cause cancer and reproductive harm.