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Hang-TITE Wood Side
Hang-TITE Wood Side

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Hang-TITE™ Rod Hanger Screw

Wood applications

This is a one-piece, internally threaded rod hanger screw designed for suspending threaded rod for applications like cable-tray, pipe hanging, fire protection, electrical conduit and it can be installed in a variety of base materials. A horizontal-mount version is available for the steel and wood rod hanger screws. All Hang-TITE Rod Hanger Screws require the use of the proper installation tool: the universal socket for the steel and wood rod hanger screws and the appropriately sized socket for the concrete rod hanger screws.



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Materials / Finishes

  • Zinc-plated carbon steel

Features and Benefits

  • One-pieces screw design: threaded portion of the screw will not prematurely break away from the screw head
  • Available in various thread types for concrete, wood or steel
  • Horizontal (side) mount available for both steel and wood Hang-TITE screws
  • Rapid installation: all Hang-TITE screws can be installed using a screw gun or drill
Installation
Part Numbers
Catalog Number
Vertical / Side
Rod Size (UNC)
Screw Thread Size and Length
Point Style
Box Quantity
Carton Quantity
HTWV141420
Vertical
1/4-20
1/4 x 2
Type 17
100
500
HTWV381410
Vertical
3/8-16
1/4 x 1
Type 17
100
500
HTWV381420
Vertical
3/8-16
1/4 x 2
Type 17
100
500
HTWV381430
Vertical
3/8-16
1/4 x 3
Type 17
100
500
HTWV385622
Vertical
3/8-16
5/16 x 2-1/2
Type 17
100
500
HTWV125622
Vertical
1/2-13
5/16 x 2-1/2
Type 17
100
500
HTWS381410
Side
3/8-16
1/4 x 1
Type 17
100
500
HTWS381420
Side
3/8-16
1/4 x 2
Type 17
100
500
HTWS385622
Side
3/8-16
5/16 x 2-1/2
Type 17
100
500

Wood

  1. Mount the Universal Steel & Wood Socket Drive (Part No. HTWSST) into the chuck of the drill.
  2. Insert the head of the anchor into the socket driver.
  3. Press the tip of the anchor against the wood surface [or press tip into pre-drilled hole, if needed].
  4. Install with a smooth, steady motion until the anchor is firmly seated against the wood.
  5. Thread the appropriate diameter steel threaded rod or threaded bolt into the anchor. The threaded rod or bolt should fully engage the thread length of the anchor.

NOTE: Certain types of wood truss/wood joint require pre-drilling with a 1/8” diameter bit