Construction Joints & Sheet Metal Flashing
 
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Construction Joints & Sheet Metal Flashing
  Metal Construction Joints are versatile problem solvers. Use for expansion joints, waterstops, weakness or control joints in concrete or masonry. Also, use in formwork to create reveals and drip edges on formed surfaces of concrete. Furnished in 10 ft (3.048 m) lengths.  
  Construction Joints
   
#90-L
#90-L, 91,
93-U, 94-V, 94-W:
Construction Joints


Gages and Finishes: Available in 26, 24, 22, 20, 18, and 16 gage Stainless Steel, Mill Galvanized, and 16 oz Copper

To Order:
Made to Order. Specify catalog number, width "A", width of Opening "C", depth of center section "B", width of flanges "D", bend angle, gage, and finish.

Optional flanges Type A and B are available for all construction joints.
    #90-L
Submittal Sheet
 
  #91
Submittal Sheet
 

#93-U
  #93-U
#91   
Submittal Sheet
 


  #94-V
Submittal Sheet

#94-W
 
  #94-W
Submittal Sheet
#94-V    
 
 
 
  Sheet Metal Flashing
 
Sheet Metal Flashings 1000 Series:

Heckmann custom fabricates flashings from Stainless Steel and Mill Galvanized in 11 gage to 26 gage, 16 oz. Copper, and .032" (.8128 mm) Aluminum. Flashing rolls, which can be cut at the jobsite, are available in .010 and .015 Stainless Steel.

Shapes: Shapes are made to customer's specifications as to dimensions, degree of angle at bends, gages, type of material and length. Special shapes are available - just fax your drawing to our estimating department. Shapes can be made with 1/2" (12.7 mm) hems, turned inside or outside, on long edges.

Lengths: Flashings are usually furnished in 10 ft. (3.048 m) lengths.

NOTE: Aluminum should not be used as a flashing material in brick masonry construction.
   
         
1005   1008   1009   1010   1011  
1012 1017 1020 1022 1024
1052 1053 1054 1055 1056
Termination Bar

Used to secure flashing to an existing wall.

Standard Size:

1/8" x 1-1/4" wide x 8 Feet Long with 5/16" diameter holes every 12" o.c. starting 6" from the end. Stainless Steel.

Custom sizes, widths, and steel types are available.

Also available in 16 gage x 1-1/4" wide x 10' long. Holes can be spaced 16" or 24" o.c. (Steel types should match the steel type of your flashing to avoid galvanic reaction.)
    Termination Bar
Submittal Sheet
 
  Tongue & Groove Joints
 


#95



#95-L


#88

#95: Tongue & Groove Joint

Made to order. Specify height, gage, finish, and holes for stake pins and dowels. Furnished in 10 ft. (3.048 m) lengths unless otherwise required.



#95-L: L-Type Tongue & Groove Joint

Similar to No. 95, except for 1-1/2" (38.1 mm) Horizontal leg for additional stability during installation.

    Tongue & Groove Joints
Submittal Sheet
 
#88: Stake Pins

18 gage steel in 15" (381 mm), 18" (457 mm), and 24" (610 mm) lengths. Tapered, channel-shaped stakes drive into subgrade easily and fit snugly in stake holes of Joints to help maintain Joint at correct height and location

Sizes: 3-1/2"(89 mm) minimum, 16" (406 mm) maximum height. Opening is centered in Joint and is 2" (51 mm) long in joints 4" (102 mm) or less in height and 3" (76.2 mm) long in joints over 4" (102 mm) in height. (Note: Joint height is usually the same as slab thickness. However, shorter joints can be ordered if top of metal is to be held below surface of slab.)

Gages: 24, 22, 20, 18, and 16 gage steel. Joints fabricated of the heavier gage steel can better resist the deflection that could result from thick concrete pours. This helps to assure straight joints and may reduce the amount of formwork or bracing required. In addition, heavy-duty keyed joints are more resistant to damage and dislocation caused by concrete placement and vibration.

Finishes: Mill galvanized is most frequently specified, but stainless steel and copper are also available for use in corrosive environments and special conditions.

Holes: Stake pin holes are usually 24" (610 mm) o.c. starting 1-1/2" (38 mm) from the ends, enough for six stake pins per 10 ft. (3.048 m) piece. Dowel holes are usually 30" o.c. (762 mm) starting 15" (381 mm) from ends, enough for 4 dowels per 10 ft. (3.048 m) piece. Specify 9/16" (14.29 mm) or 13/16" (20.64 mm) holes for dowels.

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