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Vandgard® cranked support bracket
Vandgard® cranked 45° support
vandgard® support PDF

Laser cut galvanised steel support bracket.  A universal 45° cranked support bracket that can be used left or right hand, designed to fit most applications including Walls Fences Gates & Steel palisade fencing. 

A 45° cranked support bracket. Fixed vertically on walls etc. or horizontally under a soffit or on a flat ledge.

 

  • Simple to fix with 8mm fixings

     

  • Galvanised against corrosion

     

  • Strong 6mm steel bar

     

  •  In Stock

 

 

  • Description:
    Galvanised steel  support bracket cranked at 45°

 

Specification:

 

Ex 40 x 6 Mild steel bar slotted twice to receive 8mm fixing bolts ( bolts not supplied) and drilled with 29mm diameter hole to support Vandgard Anti-Climb axle. Laser cut and Galvanised after manufacture to (BS EN ISO 1461).
 

 

Fixing:
Supports should be adjusted to support Vandgard centrally over walls or to the back of fences with a clearance not exceeding 50mm. Bolted, clamped or welded to fences gates walls and soffits. Vandgard must be supported at 2 metre intervals.
(Designed to support Vandgard part nos VS05 and VSC05)

 

For steel palisade fencing, supports must be fixed to the pales at 2metre intervals. Usually cranked to the rear and fixed between the horizontal rail and vertical pale with one extra long 8mm fixing rivet .Use the existing fixing holes .
 

 

Finish:
Standard finish means natural, self-colour galvanised metal finish (i.e. not coated or painted)

 

Shipping:
Next Day shipping by TNT is charged at cost
(i
.e. Currently £1.00p each + £12 per consignment)

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