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General Engineering Catalog North American Edition
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 2004 Version: U-14 276 pages
UniSlrut innovation for over 50 years and he''s still till coming up with fresh ideas s and nd new ways to help you work. Nut teeth create a strong, vise·like grip vise-like when tightened against the inturned channel edges. Adjustability, demountability and reusability are engineered into each of the three Unistrut strut channel series. Add to My Library
General Engineering Catalog 17
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 2011 Version: US-L-1000-1110 244 pages
Unistrut is the original metal framing system featuring a unique weldless connection. Over time, our brand has evolved from a simple connection concept to a comprehensive engineered building and support system featuring a robust line of channels, fittings, fasteners, hangers, pipe clamps, and accessories. Add to My Library
General Enginerering Catalog
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 2008 Version: U-16.30M-PL 204 pages
Mr. Strut has symbolized unistrut innovation for over 50 years and he’s still coming up with fresh ideas and new ways to help you work easier, faster and smarter! Additional channel sections can now be bolted to the fitting already in place by following procedure described in steps 1–3. Our drive to be the best includes not just quality products, but on-time delivery and prompt resolution of customer needs and concerns. Add to My Library
General Engeenering Catalog
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 1982 Version: General Engineering Catalog No. 9 138 pages
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General Engineering Catalog
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 1982 Version: No 9 136 pages
01 """,,TOul METAL '. FRAMING SYSTEMS ... 10f hildinl Ind indulI,., UNISTRUT. , ,'" "Iulluf til build TELESPAR. ,'• . TUBING SYSTJ;:MS ••• p,",k.J SQlutioll Cfmtrllllltd indliitriM dui,,, UN'ST" llT S'"VlC( Look for "Mr. STRUT" He idcnliries Ihose ifellls most readi ~"~ il ab l e h Add to My Library
Seismic Bracing and Retro Fitting
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 2011 Version: 61A33B611 88 pages
100% 9,000 PSI Rod held against translation at location of cradle clips K equals 1.0. L = Distance between connection points. Must use U-Bolt detail, shown above. Loads are based on the root area of the thread and at a stress of 9,000 psi. Safe seismic forces are determined by increasing allowable safe loads by 33% 10 Add to My Library
Seismic Bracing Systems
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 2011 Version: US-L-1573-1111 68 pages
UNISTRUT Seismic Bracing Systems are designed and constructed to resist virtually all code specified seismic forces in the event of an earthquake; therefore, keeping non-building structural components of hospitals and other essential facilities operational and intact. Essential facilities are those structures, which are necessary for emergency post-earthquake operations. Add to My Library
Seismic Bracing
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 2003 Version: SBS-4 68 pages
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Application Showcase
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 2007 Version: UL 15M.UAS.08.07 64 pages
Unistrut products have been helping to build a better world since 1924. The initial Unistrut concept — a simple spring nut and bolt connecting a fitting to a continuous slotted channel — has evolved into a comprehensive engineered build-ing and support system. Mr. Strut has symbolized Unistrut innovation for better than 80 years and he’s still coming up with fresh ideas and new ways to help you work easier, faster and smarter! Add to My Library
Seismic Bracing Systems SBS-3
Mfg: Unistrut Published: 2002 Version: USA-FP-0302 52 pages
These guidelines are intended to provide information for the seismic restraint of nonstructural components in buildings based on the California Code of Regulations (CCR), Part 2, Title 24. Nonstructural components may include hospital piping, electrical conduit, cable trays, and air handling ducts. Add to My Library
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