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CWH3 Hanger for Aluminium Frames 200 Pieces
£41.40 Ex Vat
6927B CWH3 Hanger for Aluminium Frames 200 Pieces
CWH3 Hanger - suitable for most aluminium frame profiles
Fits easily into the channel of most double-plate aluminium frame profiles. Adjusted with two screws (not included).
All our CWH Hangers are switching to an on-trend silver nickel finish. This move away from a yellow zinc finish reflects the fact that sales of silver finish frame hardware now outstrip the more traditional brass. This change will happen as stock rotates.
Fit in 4 simple steps:
1) Fix CWH Hangers to frame. Position and mark approximately 1/3 of the way down from the top. Put one screw in an oval hole of each.
2) Position and fix the wall hooks, place two Post-its in approximate hook positions. Check and mark hook positions on Post-its. Hold hook in position on mark. Use a light hammer to insert pins.
3) Hang frame in place on the hooks. Check for general position. To adjust for level, use screw in a slot. To lock CWH Hangers in position, insert second screw in each.
Note: Pack contains CWH Sawtooth Hangers only, screws not included.
4) Frames hang flat and level on the wall - do not tip forward.
CWH3 Hangers, pack of 200 pieces
Also available in a pack of 50 pieces.
Safe working load, based on our tests: 11kg (when used in pairs)
Screws in CWH3 Square Sawtooth Hangers
Screws included in this pack are sometimes slotted and sometimes cross headed. If slotted use a well-fitting flat bladed screwdriver. If cross-headed use a PH-2 screwdriver head.
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PUB004 Stretching Inkjet Prints on Canvas
PUB036 CWH Hangers
The name, style, concept and detail of all CWH Hangers are parts of an original idea which is © 2009 LION PFS Ltd. All rights reserved.
We have an in-house purpose-built load testing rig so you can be more certain of the safe load carrying capacity of any frame hardware from Lion.
SWL – Red handle icon giving a tested safe load figure which is derived from actual test results on our rig. Typically between 25% and 33% of the load at failure.
ESWL – White handle icon shows an estimated safe load figure based on our experience and best judgement.
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