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Strut

Plasti-Bond, a RobRoy Company

Strut
Strut
A strut is a structural component designed to resist compression and provide outward support in their lengthwise direction. Struts are commonly found in engineering, construction, plumbing and architecture applications.

Struts can be made of any material that resists compression lengthwise. Wood is common in home construction, for example. Commercial and industrial applications generally use struts made from steel or aluminum.

Beyond providing structural integrity, struts can be channeled to support interior loads like cables, wires and piping.

  • 20 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • Available in 11 Trade Sizes
Plasti-Bond PVC coated strut straps & J hangers are used with coated strut to support conduit installations in a variety of configurations. Strut straps may be used in either vertical or horizontal positions to support conduit. Both are provided with stainless steel hardware. Conduit spacing may be as close together as allowed by the couplings. J hangers may be used with hanger rods or other means of support to securely fasten conduit runs.
  • 20 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 3/8 in or in Pipe Size
Plasti-Bond PVC coated strut nuts are used to assemble strut components and to secure coated all thread rod in a section of strut. These are available with or without a spring to aid in placement and assembly.
Ferrous Strut Series Image
  • 20 mil Gray PVC Exterior Coating
  • 2 Trade Sizes and 3 Standard Styles
Plasti-Bond PVC coated strut is a versatile system of structural elements that can be used to build supports for a variety of applications. When combined with coated conduit hangers and other accessories, coated strut is a versatile and economical way to provide reliable support for conduit runs and other electrical and mechanical installations.
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