Split ring connector

Split ring connector

A method of connecting members of a wood truss or built-up beam, by means of installing a metal ring, often fitted with grooved teeth for driving into one member, installed into a bored circular slot in the other piece, and then connected with a bolt drilled through the center of the ring.
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1 also uses bolted joints and split ring connectors, making the joints stronger than in traditional Warren truss systems.