This connector is used for connecting metal struts together, as a 90° angle. The two sides are 2-1/4″ and 1-5/8″ long, with a 9/16″ hole to secure to struts or other surfaces. An electro-galvanized coating provides rust resistance.
The U-Bolt style beam-to-channel clamp features a piece of bent plate and a u-bolt that is threaded on both sides to secure a strut in place against a beam. The strut is fed through the u-bolt, which is then tightened to secure both the plate to the beam and the strut to the plate. U-style beam clamps can be used to secure strut to either the underside of the beam or the inside of the beam, depending on the configuration of the clamp.
A clevis hanger consists of one U-shaped clevis and a second V-shaped clevis with a hole in a flattened section at the base of the V, joined together with a bolt. Clevis hangers are used as a pipe attachment providing vertical adjustment for pipes
This connector is used for connecting metal struts together, at a 45° angle. The two sides are 3-1/2″ and 4-1/8″ long, with four 9/16″ holes to secure it to struts, or other surfaces. An electro-galvanized coating provides rust resistance.
This connector is used for connecting metal struts together, at a 90° angle. The two sides are 3-1/2″ and 4-1/8″ long, with three 9/16″ holes to secure to struts or other surfaces. Stainless steel material makes this product more rust resistant, and it is suitable for exterior uses where rain or salt water are expected.
These three models of a post base provide a secure mounting point for strut. Once properly bolted in place, it is guaranteed not to move. And with six bolt holes on three sides for all models, the strut will be held in place with no chance of slipping out. Options include having a square base plate, held in place with four bolts (10 hole models), or a smaller rectangular base held down by two bolts (8 hole model). In addition, the 10 hole model can have the strut and plate square to each other, or having the plate at a 45° angle. These various configurations are meant to accommodate your specific needs.
Beam clamps provide structural attachment to the flange of metal beams, purlins, channel strut, or angle iron. Most commonly used to attach threaded rod used to support HVAC duct-work, lights, and other hardware in the open or closed ceiling space of a room. With its galvanized coating, this clamp can also be used in exterior or open building situations.
Econ-O-Sleeve Hole Forms consistently form round, smooth, uniform holes and are available in a broad range of diameters. They may be cut, stacked, or telescoped for any slab thickness. Form holes, don’t drill em! Econ-O-Sleeve forms come in a variety of diameters, and adjust for any slab thickness by stacking two or more together.