Triple Grip



Triple Grips are strong and economical connectors for timber joints.

These pre-punched and formed galvanised steel timber connectors are:

  • The economical way of achieving a strong, rigid structure.
  • Quick and easy to install.
  • Available in two profiles – Left Hand (LH) and Right Hand (RH).
  • More effective than skew or end nailing and have the necessary strength to ensure transfer of load forces across the joint.


Triple Grips are typically used for the following applications:

Connecting of Rafters to Wall Plate

Connecting of Roof Trusses to Wall Plate.

Jack flyovers to truncated truss


Joint Group Tie down capacity (kN) per Triple Grip
Dead Load + Wind Load
J2 4.3
J3 3.1
J4 2.2
JD3 4.3
JD4 3.1
JD5 2.5

NOTE: The capacities are derived from AS1720-2010 and are for uplift in houses where failure is unlikely to affect an area greater than 25m2. For primary elements in structures other than houses or elements in a house for which failure would be greater than 25m2 these capacities must be multiplied by 0.94. For primary joints in essential services or post disaster buildings multiply by 0.88. For 2/Triple Grips the table values can be doubled.


A minimum of 10/30mm x 2.8Ø Multinail nails must be used to fix each Triple Grip for full tabulated values.


Manufactured from 1.0mm Galvanised G300 Z275 Steel

Product Code Description Carton Quantity Carton Kg.
TA312 LH 100 7.0
TA315 RH 100 7.0
TA014 LH 200 14.5
TA015 RH 200 14.5
30mm x 2.8Ø Multinail Nails (TA302)

Personalised. Local. Progressive.