Cullen HMH Heavy multi hanger
The Cullen HMH Heavy Multi Hanger is designed to support multiple trusses connecting to girders in medium to high loading. It provides a safe and economical connection where fixing is only available to the girder bottom chord.
- Requires fixing to the bottom chord of the primary girder only
- Nails / screws supplied for fixing the primary girder
- 3.35 x 50mm annular ring shank nails or Paslode STS 6.5 X 65mm structual timber screws
You can be confident with Cullen that you are fully supported by a highly qualified technical team. With almost 40 years of experience, our technical experts are ready to offer advice in all timber engineering related matters. Our skilled professionals play a leading role in the industry’s representative bodies finding solutions to future challenges, working with the STA, TRA and TRADA to name a few.
At Cullen we follow a customer focused approach to new product development which allows us to research and interpret the true needs of our customers and their industry. Our product development begins on site, not in a lab.
Thanks to our dedicated focus on innovation, Cullen adds new products to its offering which are true problem solvers for the industry.
Our state-of-the-art-research facility in Glenrothes, Scotland includes a test rig, timber conditioning chamber and computer controlled turret press for prototype work.
Our range of timber engineering solutions includes connectors and hangers for:-
Truss to Wall Plates
Ensuring trussed rafters are secured to wall plates.
Timber To Masonry
Traditional timber to masonry connector range designed for use with I-Joists, open web and solid timber joists / trusses.
High performance metal work required in timber frame structured from anchoring timber sole plates to timber frame panels through to rim beam connections.
Solid Timber Roof Truss
Used to support trusses from standard to very high load situations.
Engineered Wood Products (EWP)
I-Joist and Open Web applications from standard all the way through to very high load scenarios.