Heavy Duty Bracket

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- Designed for extra heavy loads
- Ideal for commercial, industrial and residential uses such as supporting countertops, work surfaces and shelves
- Ideal for areas used frequently and handled roughly
- Features a 5 mm (3/4") steel support strut for additional strength and holds up to 1,200 lbs per pair when properly installed
- BHMA Grade 2 compliant
- Corrosion-resistant
Projection - Overall Dimensions: 15 3/4 in* 11 3/4 in* 19 5/8 in* 21 5/8 in* Color/Finish: Black White Brand: Width - Overall Dimensions: Select Options
Product # Projection - Overall Dimensions Color/Finish Brand Width - Overall Dimensions
20840090 15 3/4 in* Black    
20840030 15 3/4 in* White    
20830090 11 3/4 in* Black    
20830030 11 3/4 in* White    
20850090 19 5/8 in* Black    
20850030 19 5/8 in* White    
20855090 21 5/8 in* Black    
208550147 21 5/8 in* Titanium Knape & Vogt 1 3/16 in
20855030 21 5/8 in* White    

ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS

- One of the strongest brackets available
- Features a corrosion-resistant finish

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Maximum Load Capacity per Shelf
1 200 lb
Material
Steel
Shelf Thickness
3/16 in*
Maximum Load Capacity per Pair
1 200 lb
Width - Overall Dimension
1 1/4 in*
Standards and Certifications
ANSI
Disclaimer

Measures shown with an asterisk (*) have been converted as per your preference. These are not the official measures. To view the measures specified by the manufacturer, click here.

APPLICATION

Recommended fasteners are 3" or longer 5/16" lag screws for mounting to the wall and #8 or larger screws for mounting to the shelf.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Brackets are tested to meet or exceed the ANSI performance standards as established by BHMA. These load limits are intended to be used as general guidelines only, and no warranty, expressed or implied, is made by Knape & Vogt.

Results were obtained by laboratory testing in accordance with the ANSI/ BHMA A156.9-2003 performance standard. Load ratings are based on brackets being mounted on 16" centers. Wider spacing will result in reduced load capacity. Actual use conditions will typically result in lower load capacity than laboratory conditions. Representative testing in a fully configured application is the only way to assure proper performance, durability, and safety.

For maximum loading capacity, brackets should be mounted directly to wall studs, which are generally found at 16" intervals. Use the recommended fasteners (3-5/16" lag screws) in all holes to properly secure the bracket. Prior to drilling all holes, check to be sure that the bracket is vertically level. Using a #8 or larger round-headed wood screw, attach the shelf to the bracket.