Model # 926

Internet #203743170

null KWIK-BRACE with 4 in. Round Ceiling Rated Pan, 1-1/2 in. Deep with 1/2 in. KO's
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KWIK-BRACE with 4 in. Round Ceiling Rated Pan, 1-1/2 in. Deep with 1/2 in. KO's

$7.03 /piece

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RACO 1-1/2 in. deep New Work Round Box is 4 in. diameter and is used for fan or fixture applications. Use this product for new-work applications, where ceiling joists are exposed. Includes Kwik-Brace and has three 1/2 in. bottom knockouts.

  • Durable pre-galvanized steel construction
  • With proper fitting can be used for conduit, NMSC, armored, metal clad, or flex cable
  • Plastic insider provided for NMSC
  • 15.8 cu. in. capacity
  • Maximum support load for ceiling fans 70 lbs. and 210 lbs. at 16 in. for static light fixtures
  • Mounting hardware and instructions are included

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Will this brace span a distance of 24"? I have a 10b light to hang from this brace.

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April 11, 2016
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Thank you for your question on RACO model 926. On a 24" joist span, the recommended maximum load for a ceiling fan is 70 pounds and for a static fixture is 90 pounds.
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April 4, 2016
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No, this will not span a distance of 24".
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Can I use as retrofit if there is access to attic?

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Can this be used for installing ceiling fan if there is access to the attic in a retrofit situation, that is, there is already drywall installed on the ceiling? Meaning, are the screw holes on the 2 flanges on each side of the bracket accessible enough to drill holes to the joists and install the screws using a drill and driver? The retrofit type brackets are 3 times more expensive, so it this will work it will mean a lot of savings. Also, they would be neater and easier than nailing 2 x 2 pieces between joists to screw the junction box into.
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October 30, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry on the RACO 926 New Work Ceiling Fan Box with Brace. If you have access to the ceiling joist, the 926 is ideal. For old work applications, RACO 936 would be recommended.
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October 9, 2015
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Hello PAS55, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
Yes, if you have attic access there is no reason why you cannot install this box and bracket.
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Chris.
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need fan support bracket for 13" to 14" wide ceiling joists

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June 22, 2016
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JJ- Thank you for your inquiry on the RACO ceiling fan support products. To answer your question, the 926 KWIK-BRACE is intended to be used with studs/joists that are spaced between 16” and 24” center to center. The minimum opening that the brace will fit into is 14” between the studs/joists and is intended for new work installations. If doing an old work project or remodel, check out RACO 936/937 Read More
JJ- Thank you for your inquiry on the RACO ceiling fan support products. To answer your question, the 926 KWIK-BRACE is intended to be used with studs/joists that are spaced between 16” and 24” center to center. The minimum opening that the brace will fit into is 14” between the studs/joists and is intended for new work installations. If doing an old work project or remodel, check out RACO 936/937 RETRO-BRACE which has the same dimensions. If both of these are too long to fit into your installation, you may need to mount a new 2x4 for support and use the RACO 291-1 (with bracket) or 296 (no bracket). Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Install ~ Very Sturdy This was easy to install and also it is very strong & sturdy. You can adjust it so it will fit just about anywhere. You can adjust the length, and then if you happen to be off just a little after you screw the sides into the wood....... you can also slide the round pan from side to side for a perfect fit. Just remember when you are hanging your fan, to use the screws that come with this brace. It certainly does it's job! Fan works perfectly and doesn't budge a millimeter. Very, very happy. March 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sturdy Very sturdy and durable. Little on the pricey side compared to other alternatives. You pay for what you get. March 24, 2015
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