New Design – Increased Bracing Loads

We are excited to introduce the new Powertruss PT Brace deisgn. The patented new frame offers increased lateral bracing loads, and the diaphragm base allows easier access to tie-down bolts for simpler installation. The new design is also available in additional widths ranging from 250mm wide to 600mm wide (in 50mm increments), and is manufactured to suit your required ceiling height. Let the light shine and breezes blow, open up those walls and leave it to the PT Brace® to take care of your lateral wall bracing requirements. Powertruss is the strongest pre-engineered & certified wall bracing system available in Australia. Download the new bracing load tables...

300mm, 400mm, & 525mm Powertruss Now Available

To compliment the existing Powertruss range, PT Brace and PT Column frames are now available in 3 new widths to achieve maximum lateral bracing load in minimum wall space. Check out our updated bracing load tables for full load...

Chemical Anchor Certification

Over the years, a number of builders have expressed their preference for using chemical anchor tie-downs for the Powertruss Wall Bracing System due to ease of installation.   We are excited to announce that the Powertruss Wall Bracing System is now Engineer-certified for use with chemical anchor tie-downs.   This enables builders to install the Powertruss in a one-step process, thus saving time and simplifying the installation process. Please refer to our installation guide  and new load tables for more details.  ...

Hamilton Renovation- Raise and Build Underneath

The lower level of this large home in the exclusive suburb of hamilton has been braced entirely using the Powertruss Brace.    The existing house has been raised, and the use of the Powertruss Brace throughout the lower level has allowed large open plan areas to be...

New 100+ unit complex on Gold Coast

A combination of Powertruss Braces and Columns have been utilised in this 100+ complex on the Gold Coast. The columns have been used around garage door and front door openings to carry the header, whilst braces have been utilised around the plumbing duct adjacent to the stair well.  ...