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Aerosmith Fastening's new GT38Li (90J) and GT60Li (105J) Gas Track Pinners are quality, high performance gas powered tools that allow tracking to concrete, block or steel. The GT38Li and GT60Li, which uses TraxPin® fasteners, will also improve your efficiency with less loading time and 8,000 shots per fully charged battery.
|High Performance Gas Powered Tool||8,000 Shots per Fully Charged Battery|
|Depth of Drive Adjustment||1-Hour Battery Recharge Time|
|Lithium Ion Battery Technology||Fuel Cell Delivers 1,000 shots|
|Quick Release Magazine||40 Pin Capacity Magazine Means Less Loading|
|1/2" – 1 1/2" Pin Capacity||No License Required|
This report, issued by ICC Evaluation Service, Inc. covers the use of Aerosmith pins for: A) Building components to normal-weight concrete, B) Horizontal Diaphragms, and C) Structural Steel Substrates. The fasteners are used as alternatives to cast-in-place anchors described in IBC Sections 1911 and 1912 for placement in concrete and to the welds and bolts used to attach to steel, described in Sections 2204.1 and 2204.2. The fasteners may also be used where an engineered design is submitted in accordance with IRC Section R301.1.3.
This report, issued by ICC Evaluation service Inc cover the use of Aerosmith 3000 series pins to fasten cold-formed steel to normal-weight concrete, sand-lightweight concrete, sand-lightweight concrete filled steel deck panels, concrete masonry units (CMUs) and structural steel substrate materials.
PER – 15094 through Progressive Engineering, Inc.; titled – “Aerosmith TraxPin Fasteners”
Products: Aerosmith Brand TraxPin® GT series; 0.102” to 0.120” diameter pins.
Applications: Steel track to concrete; Steel, Wood, or Composites to ASTM AS36 Steel; Gas powered tools.
Most Recent Code Evaluations: 2015 - International Building Code (IBC); International Residential Code (IRC)
2010 – Canadian Building Code (CBC)
Extensive report by Reynaud Serrette, Ph.D. of the Light Gauge Steel Research Group at Santa Clara University. This report covers shear and tension testing of pin connections in various gauges of steel, the results of these tests and the comparison to the widely-utilized ANSI Screw Equations for similar fastenings. Intended for use by architects and engineers.