In brief, Channel Brackets, are traditionally manufactured using various steels and hole positions.
You can use them as a flexible support bracket for pipework by clamping them to the outside of a suitable channel, or even an I Beam(1) or an H Beam.
Easily assembled to I beams by nuts and bolts.
Manufactured to Customers’ specifications.
Zinc plating: (BS 7371-1:2009) involves covering a metal substrate (such as steel or iron) with a layer of zinc to prevent corrosion.
Red oxide: For instance, a primer serves as an anti-corrosion coating that prevents rust from forming. As a matter of fact, it can be applied directly over a rusty surface and is most ideal for exterior use. As a result, most conventional topcoats after the red oxide primer has dried can be applied.
Network Cable & Pipe Supports’ channel brackets are designed and manufactured according to the highest quality standards (ISO 9001:2015).
(1) To clarify, a beam with a cross-section shaped like an I or H is an I beam.