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Model 26166

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2 in. Electrical Metallic Tube (EMT) 2-Hole Straps (2-Pack)

$2.20 /bag

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For an EMT installation you can be confident of, use Halex 2 in. EMT 2-Hole Straps (2-Pack). These zinc-plated straps help with load bearing when installing EMT on wood, masonry and similar surfaces. Positively snaps on the conduit.

  • Secures EMT conduit to wood, masonry or a similar surface where greater load bearing is required
  • Zinc-plated steel resists corrosion
  • UL and CSA listed
  • For indoor or outdoor applications

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Please describe and explain the difference between 2-hole strap Model # 26164 and Model # 26124 ("1-1/4 in. Rigid 2-Hole Conduit Straps")?

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What bolts should I use for metallic straps?

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I'd like to know what size and kind of bolts I need to secure one inch electrical metallic conduits using one inch 2-hole metallic straps to a concrete wall.
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Hi Rancho, there are many types of anchors you can use to secure an EMT strap to a concrete wall.
You can use #12 Philip RedHead plastic anchors. You can use a 1/4 drop-in anchor with a 1/4-20 pan head machine screw.
Also there is the blue screws for concrete, 3/16 phillip head or hex head. You can find all your answers at your local Home Depot. Just go to the electrical department first, then go to Read More
Hi Rancho, there are many types of anchors you can use to secure an EMT strap to a concrete wall.
You can use #12 Philip RedHead plastic anchors. You can use a 1/4 drop-in anchor with a 1/4-20 pan head machine screw.
Also there is the blue screws for concrete, 3/16 phillip head or hex head. You can find all your answers at your local Home Depot. Just go to the electrical department first, then go to the hardware department. Check out this link.
http://www.itwredhead.com/pdfs/RH_pdfs/50-53_Selection_guide.pdf Read Less
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