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Simpson CPS10 10x10 Composite Plastic Standoff

SKU: CPS10

$29.85

The Simpson Strong-Tie CPS is a composite-plastic standoff designed for increased concrete surface area. The molded composite plastic will never rust and has been designed for maximum durability.

Installation:
Post:
  • Drill a 3/4" diameter hole, 10" into the center of the post.
  • Clean out dust. Fill hole halfway with Simpson Strong-Tie® SET® epoxy anchoring adhesive.
  • Insert all-thread rod and allow epoxy to set and cure.
  • Secure standoff to post using four 10d nails except PBV which uses four Simpson Strong-Tie Strong-Drive® SDS Heavy-Duty Connector screws.

Concrete:
  • Drill a 3/4" diameter hole per anchor design.
  • Clean out dust. Fill hole halfway with Simpson Strong-Tie SET epoxy anchoring adhesive.
  • Insert post subassembly into hole and allow epoxy to set and cure.
  • 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).

NOTE: The correct fasteners installed in the correct position must be used to achieve published load values


California Residents: WARNING

The Simpson Strong-Tie CPS is a composite-plastic standoff designed for increased concrete surface area. The molded composite plastic will never rust ...

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The Simpson Strong-Tie CPS is a composite-plastic standoff designed for increased concrete surface area. The molded composite plastic will never rust and has been designed for maximum durability.

Installation:
Post:
  • Drill a 3/4" diameter hole, 10" into the center of the post.
  • Clean out dust. Fill hole halfway with Simpson Strong-Tie® SET® epoxy anchoring adhesive.
  • Insert all-thread rod and allow epoxy to set and cure.
  • Secure standoff to post using four 10d nails except PBV which uses four Simpson Strong-Tie Strong-Drive® SDS Heavy-Duty Connector screws.

Concrete:
  • Drill a 3/4" diameter hole per anchor design.
  • Clean out dust. Fill hole halfway with Simpson Strong-Tie SET epoxy anchoring adhesive.
  • Insert post subassembly into hole and allow epoxy to set and cure.
  • 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).

NOTE: The correct fasteners installed in the correct position must be used to achieve published load values


California Residents: WARNING

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Fasteners Required:
- (4) 0.148 x 3" Nails - (1) 5/8" Concrete Anchor

Length Spec:
9-1/4"

Height:
1"

Manufacturer Name:
Simpson Strong-Tie

Post Size:
10X10

Width Spec:
9"

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Customer Reviews

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John McNatt

I bought these to keep my metal footings from being in standing water when it rains. I actually need three more. They do a wonderful job!

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Ben Young
Accomplish What They Are Intended For

This post base accomplishes what is was intended for. It is very simple and clean. You drill the hole up into the post, epoxy (I would suggest tipping the end up a little), put in all-thread, wait for the epoxy to set up a little, while you are waiting for the epoxy to set up a little you can hammer drill the concrete hole, when the epoxy is set up a little put this post base on the bottom of the post with four simple screws (super easy), put epoxy into the hole in the concrete, then set your post. It looks clean and sharp. I would say the only thing that I maybe don't like about it is it looks a little "plasticy", if that is a word. It doesn't have the look of a nice strong steel base connection. It looks a little cheap plastic like, but not bad at all. I hesitate saying anything because its not bad at all. I work on multi-million dollar homes and we usually have large steel plates, and knife plates, and welded connections, and bolted connections, and this just lacks a little in that heavy structural steel connection look. But I really like that it is very simple, inexpensive (especially compared to the large structural welded steel base connections), has the concealed look, and still looks nice and clean.



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    John McNatt

    I bought these to keep my metal footings from being in standing water when it rains. I actually need three more. They do a wonderful job!

    B
    Ben Young
    Accomplish What They Are Intended For

    This post base accomplishes what is was intended for. It is very simple and clean. You drill the hole up into the post, epoxy (I would suggest tipping the end up a little), put in all-thread, wait for the epoxy to set up a little, while you are waiting for the epoxy to set up a little you can hammer drill the concrete hole, when the epoxy is set up a little put this post base on the bottom of the post with four simple screws (super easy), put epoxy into the hole in the concrete, then set your post. It looks clean and sharp. I would say the only thing that I maybe don't like about it is it looks a little "plasticy", if that is a word. It doesn't have the look of a nice strong steel base connection. It looks a little cheap plastic like, but not bad at all. I hesitate saying anything because its not bad at all. I work on multi-million dollar homes and we usually have large steel plates, and knife plates, and welded connections, and bolted connections, and this just lacks a little in that heavy structural steel connection look. But I really like that it is very simple, inexpensive (especially compared to the large structural welded steel base connections), has the concealed look, and still looks nice and clean.