Do the Interjoint connectors withstand earthquakes and storm wind loads?

Though this technology has been engineered for the assembly of seismic-resistant steel moment frames, the technology is still going through the certification process. Hence, we do not recommend to use the Interjoint connectors alone to build permanent structures that would be exposed to earthquake forces or atypical (storm, hurricane) wind load. Other code-compliant and redundant building components must be employed in addition to the Interjoint connectors to protect the built structure during a storm or a hurricane, and/or an earthquake.