Scale indicates the complexity of the welding process.
Scale indicates the complexity of the bending and forming process.
A: It depends. Assuming you had it mounted on studs with robust anchoring and installed guy wires per stud at 45 deg or more, it will hold up a small child per stud/ guy wire combination. I would also limit the width of shelf to 18”
A: Short answer, not much weight at all. Long answer, this isn't intended as shelf support as it is only 2 inches. Devils advocate, now if the self was not very wide maybe 4/5 inches and holding 1-2 pounds, eh.
A: The Everbilt 2 in. x 96 in. Aluminum Angle with 1/16 in. Thick is not intended to hold weight. There is no weight rating available for this item.
A: Generally the store is unable to drill holes in aluminum angle as they do not have the proper equipment.
A: I don't think they will be able to drill it for you. They can cut it to size though
A: The aluminum for the 2 in. x 96 in. Aluminum Angle with 1/16 in. Thick is 6063-T5.
A: The weight of this aluminum angle is approximately 2.3 lbs (1.046 kgs).
A: Each of the angles weigh about 3 lbs
A: It weighs 2.3 lbs.
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|Product Length (in.)||48 in||96 in||48 in||72 in|
|Product Width (in.)||2||2 in||2||2|
|Product Thickness (in.)||2 in||0.06 in||.188 in||.125 in|
|THD SO SKU||365890||1001104073||477643||1003566184|
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