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A typical detail is to use something like a dovetail anchor.  The "channel" portion can be welded to steel or embedded in concrete.  This website gives some examples of dovetail anchors:
 
 
NCMA TEK Note 12-1A also gives some illustrations that might help.  The Brick Industry (www.brickinfo.org) TEK note 44B also gives some illustrations.
 
HTH,
 
Scott
Adrian, MI
-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Banbury [mailto:cbanbury(--nospam--at)arkengineering.net]
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 4:51 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: masonry wall adjustable anchor

The NCMA Tek Manual shows an “adjustable anchor” that is used to allow in-plane movement of masonry partition walls but prevent out-of-plane movement at the connection to the main steel or concrete structure.

Does anyone have any idea what these anchors are? An alternate detail shows a greased rod or stud. I can understand how this would allow horizontal movement in plane but I’m not sure how this would permit vertical in-plane movement.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Christopher Banbury, PE

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