Electric Box Hangers

Electric Box Hangers

Bar Hanger eases installation for electrical contractors.

Compatible with all common construction materials, Pro-Nail(TM) incorporates real nail to facilitate fastening of bar hanger to joist. Flutes on nail shank lend to holding power, and nail position promotes installation. Multiple features also allow removal of nail for housing repositioning. In addition to curtain rod shaft design, other components include integral joist alignment, grid lock, and...

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Electrical Box Supports work with stud depths up to 4 in.
Electric Box Hangers

Electrical Box Supports work with stud depths up to 4 in.

H23 Box Mounting Brackets attach 4 and 4 11/16 in. outlet boxes to wood or metal studs, accommodate 2Â-½ and 3½ in. stud depths, and comply with NEC® Article 300.4(d) and CEC® Rule 12-3012. Extending stud depths to 4 in., CADDY MEB1 brackets mount on either side of stud without need to reposition box, and include V-notch on center for consistent positioning. Both...

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Understanding Water Hammer
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Understanding Water Hammer

DFT Inc's engineers have been working with professionals in a range of industries for decades, helping to identify and resolve the underlying causes of water hammer. In this eBook you will learn about many of these common causes, how they impact your system and some of the basic changes you can make to eliminate them. In this eBook you will learn: What causes water hammer and why it is such a persistent problem. The role design plays in reducing the risk water hammer poses to your system. DFT's professional recommendations for coping with water hammer.

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