NTA understands that fasteners are a crucial part of the design, especially in extreme climate areas such as hurricane or earthquake zones. In any design, however, fastener strength can often determine the viability of a project.
The International Residential Code, as well as the International Building Code, specifies the requirements for the types of fasteners that can be used in either treated or non-treated wood construction. Whether you are concerned about bending strength, corrosion, resistance, or shear, NTA can provide the testing and certification necessary to demonstrate your products’ compliance with the building code.
NTA’s test lab, which is accredited by A2LA, performs a variety of fastener tests to verify code compliance.
The NTA fastener certification program includes:
NTA conducts fastener tests according to several different methods, including but not limited to:
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