The rim joists of a shed will sit on two horizontal beams. The beams need to be secured to concrete piers with some kind of galvanized tie. Something like the one in the picture.
The beams will be created by flipping three (US nominal) 2x6 on edge and "laminating" them together, so to speak. A nominal 2x6 is approximately 1½ by 5½. So the beam is 4½ inches thick.
Are any such ties specifically designed to work with dimensional (2x) lumber, that is, such that the actual width of the tie is a multiple of ~1½ inches? If so, is there a term of art for such ties?
A tie with a 4" actual space, for example, is too small to accommodate three 2x6.