T-brackets have perpendicular arms that extend from a vertical section to form the letter T. They are reinforcement, supportive, and stabilizing brackets that are used to join two or three beams and are made of several types of metals. T-brackets are essential for framing, building shelving units, and support of machinery.
L-brackets are angle brackets with a short side that allows them to fit into tight spaces. They are useful for mounting pieces to horizontal surfaces and are used for framing, kitchen counters, wood benches, and shelving. During the installation of a L-bracket, the short smaller leg attaches to the piece being supported while the longer larger piece attaches to the wall.
A coupler plate is one of the most common tools used to join the cable trays in their respective places. These products are light in weight and help in accurate fitting so the cable trays are stable and durable. Any building or structure that requires cabling for electricity or telecommunication usually goes for cable trays which can hold heavy loads for an extended period without any damage to it.
THESE LONG SPRING CHANNEL NUTS ARE VITAL TO THE CHANNEL SUPPORT SYSTEM. THEY ARE INSERTED THROUGH THE OPEN SIDE OF THE CHANNEL THEN ROTATED THROUGH 90O WHERE THEIR TOOTHED GROOVES FIT AGAINST THE RETURN FLANGE OF THE CHANNEL. LONG SPRING CHANNEL NUTS ARE DESIGNED FOR USE IN 41MM DEEP CHANNELS.
The 2 hole - straight flat plate is an external fastening method that requires no machining services. It is a durable connection that can be easily repositioned and reused. This flat plate can provide infinite positioning along the profile T-slot, allowing for a large degree of adjustability. It engages the 2-degree drop-lock feature for most profile series when the assembly bolts are tightened to the required torque, creating a strong connection.
Channel beam thru clamps secure strut channel to beams using a “window” cut out of a bent plate and a set screw. A pair of these clamps are placed on both sides of a beam and a channel is fed through the windows. Once in place, clamp is secured to the beam with a set screw, which also holds the channel in place.