STRUT® Metal Framing satisfies a broad range of needs as
a bolted framing system for mechanical, electrical and industrial applications.
Designed and manufactured to exacting standards, it simplifies and reduces
cost of structural fabrication and makes possible in-plant construction
of structural frames for machinery, racks and pipes. Metal framing also
offers a combination accessible surface raceway for support for lighting
fixtures and electrical equipment. When embedded in monolithic concrete,
this economical framing provides a convenient flush mounting in walls, ceilings
channel with a solid continuous web are used for general framing
requirements. GLOBE STRUT®is available in a multitude of channel sizes,
lengths, and finishes and is cold-formed from mild steel to meet light,
medium and heavy load requirements.
channel have 7/8" dia. knockouts 6" o.c. starting 3"
from the end. To specify, add suffix "KO" to product number.
Punchout channel have 9/16" dia.
holes spaced 1 7/8" o.c. starting from 13/16" from end. Prepunched
holes offer added flexibility for attaching channel and fixtures. To specify,
add suffix "PO" to product number.
Slotted Hole channel have 9/16"
dia. x 7/8" slotted holes spaced 2" o.c. starting 1" from
end. Slotted holes allow minor bolt adjustment and match spacing on many
fittings. To specify, add suffix "SH" to product number.
Slotted channel have 13/32" x 3"
slots spaced 4" o.c. starting 1 7/8" from end. Ideal support for
pipe, tube, conduit and cable tray. To specify, add suffix "SL"
to product number.
Double Slotted channel have 7/8"
x 9" slots plus two 9/16" round holes per 12" module. Double
slots permit space-saving support for pipe, tube, conduit and cable tray
above and below. Since it is slotted to accept Globe Strut® Universal
Pipe Clamps on both sides, it works more efficiently. To specify, add suffix
"DS" to product number.
Concrete Inserts are designed for convenient nail-up to formwork.
If attached to the pouring face of forms, they provide a permanent, continuous
mounting slot flush with the concrete surface. A punched portion of the
channel web provides protruding "ears" for wire-tying reinforcing
bars at 4" increments and mechanically anchoring the channel in the
concrete. A plate fills the void created by the "ear" opening
to keep concrete from seeping into the channel. Inserts are furnished either
ready-to-use, with end caps and closure tape installed, or with caps and
tape separately for field-cut lengths.
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