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Brass Material Ceiling Cable Hanging System Attachment For Slope Ceiling Suspending
Attachments are used to fix the cables to ceilings, walls or floors.
The ceiling attachment is two piece connector for use with cable hanging system.
It is fixed to the ceiling,work with cable gripper and offer the perfect
solution for the suspension system.
If you have a project that involves unusually sloped, curved or high ceilings,
This slope ceiling attachment may be the solution for you.
It is affordable, flexible and easy to install.
1. Item Name : Φ14mm Brass Ceiling Attachment
2. Material : Brass/Copper
3. Size : Φ14*23mm
4. Finishing Color : Nickel;Or Customize
5. Application:Perfect for the Hanging Graphic Displays,as well as Suspend
Signage,Lighting Systems ,Suspended Fixtures and so on.
6. Safe Working Load；30KG(Fore reference only)
|Φ14MM CEILING MOUNTING||BRASS WITH PLATED IN NICKEL||
Φ0.55'' * 0.91''
On a drywall or wood ceiling, simply use a anchor (drywall) or screw to install
part one of the connector. Then put the griplock cable through the second
part of the connector. The "stop" on the connector will stop the wire from falling
out.Screw this second part of the connector to the first part already installed in the
ceiling.Now you are ready to install the slider to the wire and hang your light fixtures.
Confused about how to select your hanging system?
1. Choose a Suspension Point
Your system can be ceiling or wall mounted, with applications
hanging freely or tensioned between two fixed points;
2. Pick a Cable
Our stainless steel aircraft cable comes in several diameters
and lengths ranging from 1.0mm~3.0mm;
3. Select a Gripper
A range of designs and options, all with self gripping technology,
offer a secure and elegant solution for any fine art installation.
4. Select a Ceiling Attachment
Many different types,for har ceiling and slop ceiling,
To fix the cables to ceilings, walls or floors.
This attachment provides a firm anchor for the suspension system wire to fixed onto the ceiling.
In the standard configuration, the attachment barrel is screwed onto the ceiling, and the suspension
wire is threaded through the collar-locking nut, with the nipple at the end of the suspension wire
locating into the collar, which is then screwed into the barrel.
As all manufacturers and installers know, suspending objects safely
over people’s heads is their first and most critical responsibility.
Safety is our number one concern. Each and every gripper is a