EPB44T/EPB44PHDG Elevated Post Bases

059d-2015

EPB44PHDG can be used both for pier block and cast-in-place installation for 4×4 posts.

Material: 12 gauge base. EPB44T – threaded rod support 5/8″ x 6″ (shipped assembled). EPB44PHDG – Threaded rod support 3/4″ x 6″, nut and washer are shipped assembled.

Finish: EPB44T: Base—Galvanized, Threaded Rod—Zinc Plate
EPB44PHDG: HDG; see Corrosion Information.

Installation:

  • Secured with Anchoring Adhesive:
    EPB44T – Drill a 3/4″ hole 4″ deep minimum into the concrete. Clean the hole and fill half full with epoxy (per installation instructions). Insert the EPB44T and adjust to the desired height. The threaded rod shall be embedded a minimum of 3 1/2″. To adjust after the epoxy cures, drill a hole in the center of the post and rotate the post base up or down to the desired height.
    EPB44PHDG – Drill a 7/8″ diameter hole 4″ deep minimum and fill the hole halfway with SET epoxy or drill a 13/16″ diameter hole 4″ deep minimum and fill the hole halfway with AT adhesive. Insert the EPB44PHDG and adjust to the desired height. The threaded rod shall be embedded a mimimum of 3 1/2″. Minimum sidecover is 3″ from the center of the threaded rod for both products.
  • See additional information on hole cleaning procedures and cure time for SET-XP® and AT-XP® anchoring adhesives.
  • Supported by a Nut:
    EPB44T – Drill a 3/4″ hole 2 1/2″ deep min. into concrete. Install a 5/8-11 NC nut and cut washer on the threaded rod. (Nut and washer not supplied). Insert EPB44T into the hole and adjust to the desired height.
    EPB44PHDG – Drill a 1″ diameter hole 3 1/2″ deep minimum. Insert the EPB44PHDG and adjusts to the desired height.
  • Cast-in-Place:
    Embedded end to have a nut and bearing plate with a minimum embedment of 4″ from top of concrete to the top of plate.
  • Minimum sidecover is 3″ from the center of the threaded rod.
  • Fully engage at least three threads in the base.
  • Post bases do not provide adequate resistance to prevent members from rotating about the base and therefore are not recommended for non top-supported installations (such as fences or unbraced carports).
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