Online Manufacturer for Hook Bolts for Anguilla Importers
A range of hook bolts, used in the roofing industry for fixing cladding and roofing panels to steel frames. Hook bolts, also commonly known as ‘J’ bolts and supplied with nuts. Inch Thread Size: 1/4″-4″ with various lengths Metric Thread Size: M6-100 with various lengths Material Grade: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, and Stainless Steel covers ASTM F1554, A307, A449, A354, A193, A320, F593, ISO 898-1 4.8, 6.8, 8.8, 10.9 Finish: Plain, Black Oxide, Zinc Plated, Hot Dipped ...
Online Manufacturer for Hook Bolts for Anguilla Importers Detail:
A range of hook bolts, used in the roofing industry for fixing cladding and roofing panels to steel frames. Hook bolts, also commonly known as ‘J’ bolts and supplied with nuts.
Inch Thread Size: 1/4″-4″ with various lengths
Metric Thread Size: M6-100 with various lengths
Material Grade: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, and Stainless Steel covers ASTM F1554, A307, A449, A354, A193, A320, F593, ISO 898-1 4.8, 6.8, 8.8, 10.9
Finish: Plain, Black Oxide, Zinc Plated, Hot Dipped Galvanized, and so on.
Packing: Bulk about 25 kgs each carton, 36 cartons each pallet. Or, comply with your requirement.
Advantage: High Quality and Strict Quality Control, Competitive price,Timely delivery; Technical support, Supply Test Reports
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80/20 Inc: Corner Bracket Overview
Hello, and welcome to 80/20′s Product Highlight Series. Today we’re going take a look at the corner bracket. 80’20′s corner brackets are not only easy to install but also require no machining. They come in fractional, metric, and are available across a wide range of profile series.
When using it, you have a choice. A corner bracket can be used as a stand alone fastening method, or to reinforce another fastening method. Here we can see a small sample of the corner brackets that 80/20 offers. As you can see, brackets come in a wide variety of shapes, and sizes. Making it one of the more versatile fastening methods that 80/20 offers. Now one thing you’ll want to keep in mind when using the corner bracket, is you’ll need bolt assemblies to install it. Recommended bolt assemblies for all corner brackets, can be found in the 80/20 product catalog.
Now when it comes to installing your corner bracket, the first thing you’re going to want do is preload your hardware. Preloading not only makes it easier to install your corner bracket, but also saves time during assembly. To save additional time and money, you’ll want to look for opportunities to substitute out your single T-nut for a double, or a triple T-nut like in this example. Now to get started we’ll take our corner bracket, with the preloaded hardware on it, put one last bolt and one last T-nut on it. Now when installing the T-nut it’s important to know to face the pilot hole downwards, away from the bracket.
Once we have the preloaded on there, we’ll take our first bar, and slide the bracket right onto it. Once we have that set on there, we’ll take our other bar, and slide it right onto the bracket. Once you have it set where you want it, we’ll take our wrench and tighten down. Once you have that tightened down, you have a strong, secure connection. Now hopefully you found this segment on the corner bracket helpful. For more information, visit 8020.net and make sure to subscribe to future 80/20 videos. And as always, make it a great day.
80/20 Inc: Corner Bracket Overview