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4-Hole 90 Degree Angle Strut Bracket - Silver Galvanized (Case of 10)

  • Use to support channels and rods
  • 12-gauge metal construction
  • Silver-galvanized finish
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Product Overview

The 90° 4-Hole Channel Bracket is designed to support metal framing channels and rods with a plumb fit. The bracket offers 4-holes to provide better support and bracing. Constructed of 12-Gauge metal with a silver-galvanized finish.
  • Use to support 12-Gauge or 14-Gauge metal framing channels as well as threaded rods
  • 12-Gauge metal construction
  • Silver-galvanized finish
  • 90° angle allows for plumb fit
  • 4-holes, 2 on each side, provide better support and bracing
  • 3/16 in. hole spacing from end, 1-7/8 in. hole spacing on center, and 9/16 in. hole diameter



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Gauge12121214
Product Length (ft.)0.340.290.270.16
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Trade Size (in.)OtherOtherOther1/2
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.50
Product Height (in.)
4.125
Product Length (ft.)
0.34
Product Width (in.)
1.625
Trade Size (in.)
Other

Details

Color/Finish
Electrogalvanized
Electrical Product Type
Strut Fitting
Gauge
12
Package Quantity
10
Product Weight (lb.)
0.74
Returnable
180-Day
Strut fitting type
Angle fitting

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Yes

Questions & Answers

13Questions16Answers

Is the galvanizing still Zinc?

Asked by ChopChop November 10, 2020
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If it is galvanized, it will be zinc. Silver is only the color you get with the process.

If I need a 45 degree angle, will this metal bend?

Asked by Boby September 7, 2020
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I am building Raised Bed Gardens and If I buy this bracket what screws would I order to hold this...

Asked by Dodie May 3, 2020
1
Answer

Yes, these are galvanized.

what is the diameter of the 4x holes?

Asked by cl September 10, 2019
1
Answer

9/16" hole diameter.

Can I use these to attach to unistrut ans zip tie eltrical wires to it down a trapeze

Asked by Hank August 22, 2019
1
Answer

Please reach out to our Tech Services Dept on this. T&B Brand Products: 888-862-3289 Email: techsupport@us.abb.com

Could I use 4 of these on a 4x4x10 post to attach to concrete with wedges? Id like to do a pergalo in my back yard and dont know if trust the post

Asked by Rtsv5 June 7, 2019
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If you use good hardware and get everything tight it should. You should look into a product called Simpson Strong Ties. They are the stuff specifically made for the job you want to do. While these would probably work, Their purpose is connecting unistrut. These would be cheaper than the Simpson Strong Ties but why cut corners when you're talking about a 4 x 4 falling on somebody's head?

I want tp use these to anchor a 3' H x 6" D bookcase to the wall. Will they work?

Asked by Henry1952 August 17, 2018
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I think they would do that easily.

what is the length of each side from the inside corner to the edge?

Asked by tom July 20, 2018
1
Answer

The long end is 4 1/8 and the end is 3 1/2.

What size is the holes ?

Asked by DIYinIN April 12, 2018
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The screw hole diameter is 9/16 inch.

What is the width f this bracket?

Asked by Ed February 13, 2018
3
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This product is 2.55 in. wide

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If you ever worked with unistrut at your job you will be aware of this and other standard fittings used in support frameworks in industry and construction. This is one of the standard accessories used with unistrut. But besides connecting unistrut this can be used as a versatile and useful angle bracket. We've all bought 90 degree brackets for shelves, boxes, or other projects made in our homes. These are like those brackets on steroids. You could hang a shelf on these and you and I could both sit on it. Good to secure your kid's treehouse or design your own picnic table, benches, and other lawn furniture. It has nice galvanized plating. It's 3/16" thick steel or about 5 millimeters. Just like it's good to have little 90 degree brackets in your shop because you know you'll find a use for them, it's also good to have these giant 90 degree brackets on hand as well.
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When I saw them on the website, I neglected to look closely at the dimensions. Now that I have them, I think that I could support a lot more than metal framing channels! These brackets are 3.5” x 4.125” and about 0.25” thick! I can’t imagine what weight would be required to bend them. I’ve found another use for them that will provide a permanent fix for a problem I’ve experienced. We live in a rural area and have a rail fence with wire attached to keep our dog in and other animals out. Every now and then, I see a horizontal cross member that has come out of the vertical rail post holes. Once I replace the rail back into the post, I use one of these brackets under the bottom of the rail to secure it to the post. Problem solved and if I need to climb over the fence, I can go to the section where these are installed and I have a built-in ladder that will hold my weight with no problem at all. The pack comes with 10 brackets made of 12-gauge, galvanized metal and each bracket has 4 holes which gives me lots of flexibility when it comes to placing the bolts. The holes are 9/16” in size so I’d recommend pre-drilling holes for the bolts. You can’t go wrong with a 10 pack of these!
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The angle struts were exactly what we needed to anchor a railroad tie retaining wall to a concret...
The angle struts were exactly what we needed to anchor a railroad tie retaining wall to a concrete foundation wall.
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I don't profess to know what these are really used for; I bought them because they looked like th...
I don't profess to know what these are really used for; I bought them because they looked like they would be able to help me support some heavy cornice boards above my windows. And they do! They are heavier and bigger than I anticipated but they do the trick. One side is anchored into the wall and the other arm supports the cornice board. They've been up a few weeks and I haven't had any issues.
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