Now Shipping, New Bridle Rings and Beam Clamps Offer an Efficient, Secure, and Cost Effective Solution for Low-Voltage Installations
CAMARILLO, Calif. – Platinum Tools® (www.platinumtools.com), the leader in solutions for the preparation, installation and hand termination of wire and cable, is proud to announce that it has added five new Threaded Screw Bridle Rings (p/n JH802 though JH809) and two new Beam Clamps (p/n JH966 & JH967) to its extensive inventory of low-voltage cable management solutions.
"We are now shipping our new threaded screw Bridle Rings and Beam Clamps for low-voltage installations," announced John Phillips, Platinum Tools, Inc. product manager. "Offering various diameter sizes and standard thread configurations, the new bridle rings attach with beam clamps on flanges up to a half inch. Simple, effective and constructed of solid, low carbon steel, these additions complement our extensive line of J-Hooks for an additional cable management solution."
The new Bridle Rings include the JH802-100 (10 x 24 - 3/4" ID), JH804-100 (10 x 24 - 2" ID), JH807-100 (1/4" x 20 - 1 1/4" ID), JH808-100 (1/4" x 20 - 2". ID), JH809-50 (1/4" x 20 - 4" ID).
The new Beam Clamps include the JH966-100 for 1/8" - 1/2" flanges. E-Z installation to beam flanges up to 1/2". Supports 1/4" and 3/8" threaded rod, S-hooks, and bridle rings. For standard 1/4" - 20 or #10-24 threaded bridle rings.
The JH967-100 Beam Clamp for 1/8" - 1/2" flanges, supports drive rings or bridle rings and requires only a hammer to install.
For more information on Platinum Tools and its complete product line, please visit www.platinumtools.com, call (800) 749-5783, or email email@example.com.
About Platinum Tools
Platinum Tools, founded in 1997, was created based upon two very simple objectives. First, develop the absolute best possible solutions for the preparation, installation, and hand termination of wire and cable. Second, implement an operational infrastructure that can deliver these products in an efficient, timely, and high quality manner.
All of our products must absolutely satisfy three critical benchmark criteria…utility of function; quality of function; and economic value. Our people are our company. They, too, must be focused on and work to satisfy three critical benchmark criteria…customer satisfaction; product knowledge and expertise; and willingness to learn and adapt.