Report demonstrates compliance to the latest codes and standards
ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES), the experts in building product evaluation and certification has issued ESR-3912 to DEWALT for their Mini-Undercut™ Anchors in concrete and hollow-core slabs, providing evidence they comply with the code requirements of the 2015, 2012 and 2009 International Building Codes® (IBC) and International Residential Codes® (IRC).
The DEWALT Mini-Undercut™ Anchors are used to resist static, wind, and seismic tension and shear loads in cracked and un-cracked normal-weight concrete and cracked and un-cracked hollow-core concrete slabs subject to the provisions of the Evaluation Report, including recognition with embedment of only 3/4-inches into the listed base materials.
“We are pleased to offer our report holders evaluations for new products to the latest requirements, allowing them to provide industry-leading reports to Code Officials, Engineers, Specifiers and other construction industry professionals,” said ICC-ES President, Shahin Moinian, P.E. “Our highly trained team of engineers has the technical knowledge and experience to fully understand and apply code requirements when evaluating innovative products.”
“Through the support of ICC-ES staff, DEWALT is able to provide a new innovative post-installed anchor in cracked concrete for 3/4-inch embedment applications into concrete and hollow-core slabs with an approved ICC-ES Evaluation Report,” said Mark Ziegler, Vice President of Technical Services. “We are excited to offer this new product to users as a solution for projects with short-embedment drilling and anchorage requirements such as those encountered in post-tensioned concrete, hollow-core concrete and reinforced concrete.”
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