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Simpson ECCLQM4.62X-KT L-Shape End Column Cap for Concrete Masonry W/Screws, Custom Non-Returnable

Simpson ECCLQM4.62X-KT L-Shape End Column Cap for Concrete Masonry W/Screws, Custom Non-Returnable

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The ECCLQMD End Column Cap, L-Shaped for GFCMU and Concrete Piers are embedded column caps and designed for use in raised pier foundations and applications where heavy beams rest on concrete or concrete block columns. The heavy-gauge beam seat and unique Simpson Strong-Tie SSTB anchor bolts provide the high uplift and lateral resistance needed to help resist high-wind events. The ECCLQM4.62X-KT is a variation that incorporates an additional seat to support a third member at the corner connection, ideal for attaching perimeter deck joist/beam.


  • Install 1/4" x 2 1/2" Strong-Drive® SDS Heavy-Duty Connector screws (provided)
  • MSTQM straps to make the connection from the ECCLQMD to the wall framing.
  • Screws are configured to provide high uplift design values.
  • Certified welds for confidence in strength and loading - no additional welding is allowed.
  • SSTB offset allows flush installation to edge of pier.
  • SSTBs spaced to fit standard CMU cells.

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

California Residents: WARNING


Height: (See Image 2) H1: 7"; H2: 7"
Fasteners required: Top: (5) 0.148 x 3" Face: (2) 0.148 x 3" Joist: (8) 0.148 x 1-1/2"
Thickness: 7 Gauge
Width: (See Image 2) W1: 4.625" - 5.4375"; W3: 3.25" - 5.5"
Finish: Gray Paint
Manufacturer name: Simpson Strong-Tie
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