CNA nails are annular ring shank connector nails with a conical shape under the head. These nails are recommended for structural assemblies and installation of Simpson Strong-Tie connectors to timber, in order to obtain the published load bearing capacities. All tests were performed with this type of nail. CNA nails are stamped ≠ "no equal".
Service class 2
Electrogalvanized steel 12µm
- Steel (class 005 Standard EN10016) - electrogalvanised coating
- CE marked to EN14592
- ETA approved (ETA-04/0013)
- Conical shape under the head for secure fit in connector holes
- High pull-out resistance
- Supporting / Supported member: solid wood, composite lumber, glued-laminated wood.
Fixing connectors to timber including solid wood, composite lumber and glued-laminated timber.
- Joist hanger fastening
- Angle brackets
- Nail plates
Product dimensions and capacities
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Capacities are for 2mm thick steel plates and Grade C24 timber. Please refer to ETA-04/0013 for the capacities of other thicknesses and timber grades
Performance Values - ETA-04/0013
Refer to relevant ITTR or ETA for more details
Performance values based upon timber density of 350 kg/m3