Iron Beam Clamp - 7/8 Inch - 1/4-20 Thread

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93-260-119
7/8 In. Jaw Opening | 3/8 In. Flang Opening | 250 Lb. Load | 1/4-20 Threading | UL Listed
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Iron I-Beam Clamp - 7/8 Inch - 1/4-20 Thread

This Iron Beam Clamp is used to hang bridle rings and different hangers from structural beams. It has a 7/8 inch jaw opening and 1/4-20 thread holes. This heavy duty beam clamp will not slip or become distorted once tightened onto the beam.

Features:

  • 7/8 Inch Jaw Opening
  • 3/8 Flange Thickness
  • Load Rating: 250 Lbs.
  • 1/4-20 Threading
  • UL Listed
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Q: How much distance should I put between each of my cable supports?


A: You don’t want to put too much weight on any type of cable support. It is a good idea to put a cable support such as a J-Hook or Bridle Ring every 4 to 5 feet. This ensures that your cables will not stretch or fall under too much weight.


Q: What kind of support do I need for data cabling?


A: When you are dealing with sensitive high performance data cables such as fiber optic cables you need to use either J-Hooks or Bridle Rings with saddles. For all other cable types you can use any type of cable support such as standard Bridle Rings.