Tamper-Resistant Brackets attach signs to chain link fences.

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With no sharp edges or protruding screws, ACT SignGuardian(TM) System features weather-resistant brackets that let installer attach sign to 2 in. diamond chain link fence. Brackets are constructed of weatherproof nylon and seat securely within fence openings, while nut-slot keeps nuts from falling out or turning while R bolts are tightened. Flush-fitting brackets are held by 5/16-18 in., zinc-plated screws, offered in 1, 2, and 2.5 in. lengths.

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Tamper-Resistant Brackets Attach Signs to Chain Link Fence

New tamper-resistant brackets that are designed to let one person install signs to a chain link fence, from one side, and have no protruding screws are being introduced by ACT Fastening Solutions of Gardner, Massachusetts. The ACT SignGuardian(TM) System features weather-resistant brackets that let an installer attach a sign to a 2" diamond chain link fence, while standing in one position. Constructed from weatherproof nylon, the brackets seat securely within the fence openings and a nut-slot keeps nuts from falling out and turning while tightening the tamper-resistant one-way "R" bolts. Eliminating the need for two installers and improving safety for passersby, the ACT SignGuardian(TM) System has no sharp edges or protruding screws that can cause injury; especially to children in private and public playgrounds. The flush-fitting brackets are held by 5/16"-18, zinc-plated screws; offered in 1", 2", and 2.5" lengths. Options include removable "R" bolt tools. ACT SignGuardian(TM) System brackets are priced from $2.55 (list) each; sold in utility packs and distributor display packs and can be re-ordered individually. Pricing is available upon request. For more information contact: ACT Fastening Solutions
Division of ACT Cable Ties, Inc.
David Williams, Marketing Director
245 Suffolk Lane
Gardner, MA 01440
(800) 861-7228
FAX (978) 630-3999
e-mail: davidw@actfs.com

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