Model ZB1400HS 10

Internet #100164315

Store SKU #863322

1 5/8 in. Wide x 13/16 in. High x 10 ft. Long 14 Gauge Metal Framing Channel - Gold Galvanized

$16.97 / each
If you buy 10 or more
$15.24 / each
  • Half Slot "B" Channel with Gold Galv finish
  • 13/16 in. Channel Depth
  • Clean, paintable surface

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The Superstrut 1-5/8 in. x 10 ft. Metal Framing Channel can be used to create a trapeze for conduit and mechanical piping. The channel has 14-Gauge metal construction and can be cut to shorter lengths.

  • Use to frame and mount load centers and vertical pipe supports and to support ducts and cable trays
  • Also used to create a trapeze for conduit and mechanical piping
  • 14-Gauge metal construction
  • Gold-galvanized finish
  • 1-5/8 in. W x 13/16 in. H x 10 ft. L with 7/8 in. slot openings
  • Can be cut to shorter lengths

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What hardware do you use with the 'b' channel superstrut?

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Ok, hd, has channel spring nuts for channels 'a' and 'c' channel superstrut. But I want to use the 'b' channel, so what are you going to use? Home depot doesn't seem to sell channel nuts for this superstrut!
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July 8, 2016
Hello SuperStud, fair question. There are many options available for you, so many in fact I couldn't list them all. I would get a HD Customer Rep to help right there in the store. I have found them very knowledgeable & friendly & willing to help those in need. Glad to have Helped.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by As Solar Rack If you use this as an alternative or additional to expensive solar racking, I would only use this low profile type if you have support under each panel if using 200+ watt panels or every other 100 watt panel, there is too much flex if trying to support full 3 meters and only two mounting points.... I don't know how well this metal will last outdoors without rusting! And you should isolate rack from aluminum panel framing too, to prevent metal galvanic corrosion! PS use the cone channel nuts with this low profile channel, I used 1/4 as 3/8 are not in stores, sadly website doesn't suggest it and there were no specialis to ask when visiting the store at the time.... July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Roof Rumble Eliminators!! - Mobile Home Owners Pay Attention! I decided that having about 500 lbs of concrete pavers spread across the roof was a bad idea. I live in a 14x60 late 70's Mobile Home. Upon moving in & experiencing Montana wind I noticed quite a racket up top... So.. I put pavers up there to quite the Roof Rumble. This year I used Henry's 687 Roof Coating to help reflect the Summer Sun & Heat. Now on to the review... After the Henry's 687 Coating was layed down I used these to replace the concrete pavers. I placed them on the roof & screwed them down with 1.5in Sheet metal screws for metal roofs. These were inexpensive & were rigid enough to keep roof rumble down to nothing due to the 10 foot lengths. I was able to fasten with 4 screws per length VS having to place 200 new rumble buttons across metal roof. I figured the less holes in the roof the better, even if I was coating it. Will try to Post pics later. July 15, 2014
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