Brackets

Brackets

Handrail Bracket has no-hole design.

Available in steel with no mounting holes in saddle, Style B 3/16 in. Formed Handrail Bracket is tested to 300 lb concentrated load and designed to facilitate welding and installation. Universal saddle mounts to round or flat handrail sections and is available with 2Â-½ or 3 in. offset from mounting surface. Also available, 2½ in. version meets requirement for 1½ in. vertical...

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Brackets

Handrail Brackets meet ADAAG and building code requirements.

Extruded aluminum Handrail Brackets offer 1? in. horizontal and vertical clearance to meet code requirements and recommendations of ICC, NFPA, and ADAAG. Available with 2? or 3? in. centerline, brackets come with square or rounded wall mount design and universal saddle appropriate for mounting round or flat railing sections. When used with 1.50 in. dia tubing, bracket with 3? in. centerline...

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Bracket mounts wireless access points.
Brackets

Bracket mounts wireless access points.

Overhead Wireless Access Point Bracket attaches directly to wire-style cable trays and may also be hung from cable tray using threaded rod. If optimal access point location does not coincide with cable tray, bracket can be suspended from building structure with threaded rod. Support bars are punched to accommodate different rod sizes. Galvanized steel bracket includes mounting straps that allow...

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Handrail Brackets meet 1? in. clearance requirements.
Brackets

Handrail Brackets meet 1? in. clearance requirements.

Style B formed handrail brackets offer 1? in. horizontal and vertical clearance to meet 2004 ADAAG (Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines) Section Advisory 505.6 code requirements. Product ensures space between wall and handrail is 1? in. and that horizontal projections occur 1? in. below bottom of handrail gripping surface. Brackets come in steel (part No. 3319), satin...

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Brackets

Handrail Brackets meet code requirements.

Style D formed handrail brackets offer 1? in. horizontal and vertical clearance to meet code requirements and recommendations of Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines. ADAAG Section Advisory 505.6 states that space between wall and handrail must be 1? in. and that horizontal projections should be 1? inches minimum below bottom of handrail gripping surface. Brackets meet both...

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Bracket separates power and voice/data cables.
Power Dividers

Bracket separates power and voice/data cables.

CADDY® CATPDCM Power Divider Bracket provides separate pathways for power and voice/data cables with strut in center acting as NEC®-required barrier. Available in 8 and 12 in. sizes, single, divided U-hooks feature large diameter, rounded support surfaces that prevent over-bending and kinking of cables. Optional CADDY® CATCSCM Cross Support widens system to 24 in. It attaches...

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Laser Module Mounting Brackets facilitate positioning.
Laser Components

Laser Module Mounting Brackets facilitate positioning.

Series LB allows air convection cooling and avoids short circuits from common positive case grounding of laser diode modules. Constructed of non-conductive Delrin plastic, brackets feature 360° rotation around orthogonal axes, with right and left translation adjustable along Â-¼ x ¾ in. mounting slots. Available in widths of 25, 16, 12.7, 12, and 10.5 mm, brackets mount to post...

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Hinged Mounting Bracket positions photoelectric sensors.
Brackets

Hinged Mounting Bracket positions photoelectric sensors.

Right angle bracket, model OMH-RL2-H, facilitates adjustability for photoelectric sensors in different mounting situations, eliminating need for custom brackets. Product works with proprietary Series 23, 25, 28, 29, and 32 photoelectric sensors, providing users with range of movement for aligning and adjusting sensor to its application. Bracket comes with mounting hardware.

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Bracket forms brick ledge on hilly terrain.
Brackets

Bracket forms brick ledge on hilly terrain.

BrickLedge Bracket allows contractors to form brick ledge without using styrofoam, lumber, treated cardboard, plastic, or other labor-intensive materials. Users can specify hole pattern and panel type, including smooth, vertical, or textured brick. Applications include those involving hilly terrain where large brick exposure on basement foundation is required.

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Solder Redefined

Indium Corporation has developed a new twist on traditional solder by developing a composite with a reinforced matrix internal structure. The result is a solder with increased strength and reliability. Check out this video to learn more about the mechanics behind the groundbreaking technology.

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