1 P-5 The P-5 is hot forged from carbon steel. The formed head provis spherical seating that the Lifting Eye engages, while a disc-shaped foot is embedd in the concrete. Due to its being a forged part, the does not pend on welds or thread engagement to velop its safe working load. Forging provis maimum safety with its advantageous material structure. This allows the anchor to easily meet the OSHA requirement of a 4 to 1 factor of safety. In addition to the carbon steel anchors, Type 304 or 316 Stainless Steel s are available on special orr. Use stainless steel anchors when maimum protection against corrosion is required. For safety, refer to the P-5 Selection Chart on page 31 to termine the actual safe working load of an individual anchor. The MAXIMUM safe working load is clearly visible on the head of the anchor for easy recognition of the appropriate hardware and accessories for-use with each. Load Rating Caution: The Swift Lift is signed to be used with Dayton Superior components. Failure to use this combination may result in concrete spalling or premature failure. Head Shaft Foot To Orr: Specify: (1) quantity, () name, (3) system size, (4) length Eample: 00, P-5 s, 4 ton, 9-1/ long P-5 and Recess Plug Dimensions Head X Z Y Round Recess Plug of Foot P-5 Shaft Note: The diameter of the narrow recess plug is the same as the diameter of the round recess plug. P-5 Dimensions Dimension X Dimension Y Shaft Foot Head 1 5/1 7/ 3/ 1" 11/1 7/1 1-1/1 9/1 1-3/ 31/3 4 9/1 1-5/1 3/ 1-7/ 1-11/3 8 9/1 1-5/ 1-3/3-5/ 1-7/ 0 Tons 9/1-5/ 1-1/ 3-3/ -3/ 6 07/07
2 How to Install P-56 and P-56-PL Recess Plugs on P-5 s Grasp the recess plug firmly across the top diameter of the plug. Application of pressure by the thumb and fingers on the outer edge of the plug will cause the plug to open up to allow insertion of the anchor. Wet Setting P-5 Face Lift s When a anchor is to be positioned in the top surface of a flat precast section, wet setting the anchor is best done immediately after the concrete has been placed. assembly attached to template board The anchor/recess plug assembly is attached to a small template board and pressed into the fresh concrete until the template board lies flush on the surface of the concrete. Light vibration of the fresh concrete will assure proper embedment and anchorage. Recess Plug Removal recess plugs provi two holes in the top surface that are used in the removal process. Insert two screw drivers or steel rods into the holes and simply lever the two across the plug for easy removal. Selecting the Proper Determination of the required rated load and length of a P-5 is based on the actual maimum load that is transferred to the anchor. In most cases, a flat slab can be handled with the anchors properly located in the face of the flat slab. The anchors should normally be the maimum length that can be accommodated in the slab s structural thickness, allowing at least 1/ clearance between the anchor and the casting bed. Dimension tables and safe working load charts, contained herein, will aid in the selection of the proper anchor. Keep in mind that the safe working load of an anchor is a function of several factors: 1. The effective concrete thickness. edge distance 3. Concrete compressive strength at time of lift 4. length 5. In some applications, the use of a shear bar 07/07 7
3 P-5 Tensile and Shear Capacity When anchors are used in the face of thin concrete elements The following table lists the P-5 s that are currently manufactured. Other sizes and lengths are available on special orr. However, the sizes and lengths of anchors shown will handle the majority of flat precast concrete elements. When the P-5 is properly embedd in normal weight concrete, the tabulated working loads are applicable for any direction of load. This applies even if the direction of load is parallel to the ais of the anchor, perpendicular to it or at any other angle. Minimum distance between anchors is twice the minimum edge distance. It is critical to remember that in orr to obtain the safe working loads listed in the table below, the normal weight concrete must have obtained the minimum concrete strength shown, prior to initial load application. Minimum P V P D P T Minimum Ton Safe Working Load Minimum Concrete Strength Minimum 1 ton -5/ 1 ton 3-3/,00 psi 1 ton 4-3/ 1 ton 1 ton 9-1/ ton -3/ ton 3-3/ ton 5-1/ 1 ton 1 ton 6-3/ 1 ton 11" 1 4 ton 3-3/ 1 4 ton 4-1/ 4,900 lbs. 1 4 ton 4-3/ 5,800 lbs. 1 4 ton 5-1/ 7,400 lbs. 1 4 ton 7-1/ 1,800 psi 0" 4 ton 9-1/ 1 4 ton ton 0" 8 ton 4-3/ 6,400 lbs. 1 8 ton 6-3/ 1 1" 8 ton 8 ton 13-3/ 8 ton 6-3/ 0 ton 5,000 lbs. 0 ton 19-3/ 40,000 lbs. 31" Safe Working Loads provi a factor of safety of approimately 4 to1 in normal weight concrete. Safe Working Load is based on anchor setback from face of concrete X dimension, as shown on page /07
4 P-5-W The P-5-W s are the shortest -ton and 4-ton s available and have been specially modified. A Type W Plain Washer is placed on the anchor s foot and weld in position. This modification has been ma in orr to increase the Safe Working Load of these short s in thin precast concrete elements. Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1. To Orr: Specify: (1) quantity, () name, (3) system size. Eample: 00, P-5-W s, ton. W Tons Safe Working Load Minimum Concrete Strength Minimum W tons -3/ 3,700 lbs. 4 tons 3-3/ 1-3/ P-5 s for Lifting Casting Surface P-59 Shear Bar C/ equals minimum corner distance dse The P-5 s and P-51 Lifting Eyes are useful for raising precast concrete panels from their horizontal casting position to a vertical position for handling and shipping. When s are used in thin precast panels and unr shear loading conditions, a special shear bar must be used. The applied shear load tends to bend the anchor, allowing the lifting eye to apply load to the thin concrete section above the recess plug. A properly installed shear bar captures the applied load and transfers it eper into the concrete. When raising precast panels from a horizontal position to a vertical position, always check both shear and tension safe working loads. In orr to velop the anchor s shear safe working load, the minimum spacing between s is two times the corner distance listed. Support anchor with bar chair P-5 Note: See Shear Bar Chart on page 30. P-51 Lifting Eye Lifting eye bears against shear bar which transfers load eper into the concrete P-5 1/ clear for 1- and -ton anchors 3/ clear for 4- and 8-ton anchors P (bottom) dse (top) Position P-59 shear bar tight against recess plug Casting surface Note: Properly installed shear bars are required to velop Safe Working Loads shown. equals effective wall thickness for tensile loads. Section View of Assembly 07/07 9
5 P-59 Shear Bar P-59 Smooth Wire Shear Bar P-59 Shear Bar 1-Ton and 8-Ton Overall Width Wire P-59 Smooth Wire Shear Bar -Ton and 4-Ton Dayton Superior Shear Bars (P-59) are utilized when edge lifting precast elements. The shear bar is secured tightly to the recess plug and at the time of lift helps to transfer the shear load eper into the concrete. The P-59 Smooth Wire Shear Bar is signed to snap into the built-in clips on the P-54 recess plug. The standard shear bar is fabricated from rebar and must be securely wired tightly to the recess plugs. To Orr: Specify: (1) quantity, () name, (3) system size. Eample: 00, P-59 Shear Bars, 4-Ton. Safe Working Load (tons) Shear Bar Type Overall Width Minimum Minimum Corner Safe Working Load 1 Rebar 4-3/ 1 1,750 lbs. 1 Rebar 4-3/ 5-1/ 1 1 Rebar 4-3/ 1 Wire 6-3/ 1 1,750 lbs. Wire 6-3/ 5-1/ 1 Wire 6-3/ 1 Wire 6-3/ Wire 6-3/ 1",800 lbs. 4 Wire 30" 9-1/ 5-1/ 1 4 Wire 30" 9-1/ Wire 30" Wire 30" Rebar 3 9-1/ 9-1/ 13-3/ 1",800 lbs. 8 Rebar / 9" 1" Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete /07
6 P-5 in Thin s The P-5 s, listed below, must be located the minimum distance away from a corner with the anchor foot being positioned at the center line of the wall. The anchor head location may be off center, however, any eccentricity of the foot will result in a reduction of the safe working load. When the anchor foot is not positioned at the center line of the wall, the effective wall thickness is equal to twice the actual edge distance. To velop the safe working load of the P-5, the minimum spacing between two anchors is si times the anchor length. P P Corner P L = P-5 center line Center Line of Foot and = Tensile Capacity in Thin s Ton Tensile Safe Working Load Per Corner " 1-1/ 900 lbs. 1,100 lbs. 1 Ton 4-3/ -3/ 1-3/ 1-1/ 1-3/ 1,000 lbs. 1,100 lbs. 1,450 lbs. 1,800 lbs. 4-1/ -1/ 1-1/ 1 Ton 9-1/ -3/ 1-3/ 1-1/ 1-3/ 1,500 lbs. 1,800 lbs. 4-1/ -1/ Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete. 07/07 31
7 Tensile Capacity in Thin s Tons Tons 6-3/ Tons 11" 3-1/ 3-1/ 1-1/ 1-5/ 1-3/ 1-1/ 1-5/ 1-3/ 1,500 lbs. Tensile Safe Working Load Per Corner " 3,00 lbs. 3,900 lbs. 3,00 lbs. 3,700 lbs. Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete. 3,00 lbs. 3,700 lbs. Tons Tensile Safe Working Load Per Corner 1 0" 30" 3-3/ 1-7/ 4 Tons 9-1/ 3,00 lbs. 4,800 lbs. 6,400 lbs. 4,400 lbs. 6,00 lbs. 7,000 lbs. 3,700 lbs. 4,600 lbs. 5,500 lbs. 6,500 lbs. 7,400 lbs. 6,600 lbs. 3-3/ 1-7/ 4,300 lbs. 4,900 lbs. 5,800 lbs. 4 Tons 6,600 lbs. 4,600 lbs. 6,900 lbs. 6,600 lbs. 7,900 lbs. 7,100 lbs. 6,00 lbs. 7,800 lbs. Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete. 3 07/07
8 Tensile Capacity in Thin s Tons 4-3/ -3/ 4,00 lbs. 4,800 lbs. 5,100 lbs. Tensile Safe Working Load Per Corner ,400 lbs. 6,000 lbs. 6,300 lbs. 6,100 lbs. 6,400 lbs. 8 Tons 13-3/ 5,100 lbs. 5,900 lbs. 6,800 lbs. 6,100 lbs. 7,100 lbs. 8,100 lbs. 6,800 lbs. 9,100 lbs. 7,500 lbs. 8,800 lbs. 10,100 lbs. 10,00 lbs. 8,500 lbs. 10,00 lbs ,00 lbs. 1 13,700 lbs. 15,100 lbs. 15,00 lbs. 4-3/ -3/ 5,800 lbs. 7,000 lbs. 9,600 lbs. 1 6,100 lbs. 7,400 lbs. 8,500 lbs. 10,100 lbs. 11,800 lbs. 8 Tons 6-3/ 7,300 lbs. 8,500 lbs. 9,700 lbs. 10,300 lbs. 11,800 lbs. 9,500 lbs. 11,800 lbs ,00 lbs. 14,100 lbs. 1 14,800 lbs. 1 14,500 lbs. Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete. Tons Tensile Safe Working Load Per Corner 1 30" 4 6-1/ 3-1/ 6,00 lbs. 7,500 lbs. 9,400 lbs. 10,300 lbs. 11,500 lbs. 0 Tons 19-3/ 1 9,500 lbs. 11,500 lbs. 8,100 lbs ,100 lbs. 11,500 lbs. 14,400 lbs. 17,300 lbs. 11,100 lbs. 1 15,800 lbs. 19,000 lbs. 14,00 lbs. 17,700 lbs ,300 lbs. 0,100 lbs. 4,800 lbs. Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete. To recalculate the safe working load when the anchor is used in a lower strength concrete, multiply the tabulated Safe Working Load by the following reduction factors: Concrete Strength Reduction Factor,000 psi.66,500 psi.74 3,000 psi ,000 psi.94 4,500 psi /07 33
9 Tensile Capacity When anchors are used in groups and in thin walls Tons Tons 6-3/ Tons 11" 3-1/ 3-1/ 1-1/ 1-5/ 1-3/ 1-1/ 1-5/ 1-3/ Tensile Safe Working Load Per In Groups 1 30" 3 4 1,500 lbs. 1,500 lbs. 1,800 lbs. 1,800 lbs.,800 lbs. C = Spacing Between s 1,800 lbs.,400 lbs. 3,600 lbs.,400 lbs. 3,00 lbs. 3,900 lbs. 3,900 lbs.,400 lbs. Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete. Tons Tensile Safe Working Load Per In Groups C = Spacing Between s " 3-3/ 1-7/,800 lbs. 4 Tons 9-1/ 3,900 lbs. 4,400 lbs. 4,600 lbs. 6,100 lbs. 3,600 lbs. 4,500 lbs. 5,400 lbs. 6,300 lbs. 7,00 lbs. 3-3/ 1-7/ 3,00 lbs. 4,100 lbs. 5,000 lbs. 4 Tons 4,100 lbs. 4,500 lbs. 4,300 lbs. 5,100 lbs. 6,000 lbs. 6,800 lbs. 4,400 lbs. 5,500 lbs. 6,600 lbs. 7,700 lbs. 6,600 lbs. Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete /07
10 Tensile Capacity When anchors are used in groups and in Thin s Tons 8 Tons 13-3/ 8 Tons 6-3/ 4-3/ 1 4-3/ 1-3/ 5-1/ -3/ 5-1/,800 lbs. 4,100 lbs. 5,900 lbs. 6,500 lbs. Tensile Safe Working Load Per In Groups " 3,700 lbs. 4,300 lbs. 4,900 lbs. 6,100 lbs. 3,600 lbs. 4,500 lbs. 6,000 lbs. 7,500 lbs. 8,300 lbs. 4,800 lbs. 6,500 lbs. 8,100 lbs. C = Spacing Between s 4,800 lbs. 5,000 lbs. 6,000 lbs. 7,100 lbs. 8,100 lbs. 10,100 lbs. 11,000 lbs. 5,900 lbs. 7,100 lbs. 8,300 lbs. 9,400 lbs. 11,800 lbs. 1 7,800 lbs ,00 lbs. 9,100 lbs. 10,600 lbs. 1 15,100 lbs. 7,800 lbs ,500 lbs. 9,000 lbs. 10,800 lbs. 1 14,300 lbs. Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete. Tons Tensile Safe Working Load Per In Groups C= Spacing Between s 0" " 6-1/ 3-1/ 4,300 lbs. 5,00 lbs. 6,800 lbs. 8,300 lbs. 10,00 lbs. 0 Tons 19-3/ 1 1 5,400 lbs. 9,300 lbs. 6,300 lbs. 7,900 lbs. 9,500 lbs. 11,100 lbs. 7,400 lbs. 8,400 lbs. 10,500 lbs ,00 lbs ,800 lbs. 11,000 lbs Safe Working Load provis a factor of safety of approimately 4 to 1 in 4,500 psi normal weight concrete. To recalculate the Safe Working Loads when the anchor is used in a lower strength concrete, multiply the tabulated Safe Working Load by the following reduction factors: Concrete Strength Reduction Factor,000 psi.66,500 psi.74 3,000 psi ,000 psi.94 4,500 psi /07 35
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