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4 ft 2 in x 18 Gauge Simpson Strong-Tie SBR Spacer Bracers

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Simpson Strong-Tie introduces the SBR and DBR spacer bracers for cold-formed steel construction. These spacer bracers reduce the installed cost of cold-formed steel stud walls by enabling faster stud layout while minimizing the need for bridging clips.

The DBR is used for interior walls to allow for quicker drywall attachment, while the SBR is designed for structural exterior walls. Both products provide bracing along the length of the stud, and for head-of-wall slip conditions. The SBR and DBR also come with prepunched slots that eliminate the need to use bridging clips with on-module studs.

The SBR and DBR spacer bracers come with bracing load data based on assembly testing, thus mitigating risk for designers and maximizing confidence in design specs. In fact, the SBR and DBR are the only spacer bracers on the market with tabulated design values based on assembly tests.

  • SBR and DBR have patent-pending precision-engineered prepunched slots strategically located to enable 12", 16" and 24" on-center stud spacing and can be used to space the studs without having to mark the top track for layout
  • The SBR will accommodate 3 5/8" and 6" studs in thicknesses of 33 mil (20 ga.) thru 68 mil (14 ga.)
  • The DBR will accommodate 2 1/2", 3 5/8" and 6" studs in thicknesses of 15 mil (25 ga. EQ) through 33 mil (20 ga.)
  • Prepunched holes in the SBR provide rapid screw installation when spacer bracer splices are needed for axial load-bearing studs
  • In off-layout or end-of run conditions, the hat-section profiles enable clip attachments to the stud with Simpson Strong-Tie® LSSC or RCA connectors
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Color Family White
Certifications & Standards
TAA/BAA Compliant 1
Packaging Dimensions
Height 7.800

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