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Existing Concrete Post Channel - Type 316 SS

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Type 316L low carbon stainless steel existing concrete post channel bracket help secure wood post or columns to concrete foundation. These brackets are handy for connections as a base or cap and anchors rail posts to deck or cross members to beam. Both sides of brackets have two 5/8" diameter holes and one 5/8" diameter hole on the bottom center. The bracket requires two 1/2" x 6-1/2" stainless steel bolts and one 1/2" x 5-1/2" stainless steel wedge anchor stud.

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Product Name Part# Box Count Price Qty
4" x 4" Existing Concrete Post Channel Type 316L SS SECP44 Ea
$88.75
6" x 6" Existing Concrete Post Channel Type 316L SS SECP66 Ea
$101.25

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Type 316L low carbon stainless steel existing concrete post channel bracket help secure wood post or columns to concrete foundation. These brackets are handy for connections as a base or cap and anchors rail posts to deck or cross members to beam. Both sides of brackets have two 5/8" diameter holes and one 5/8" diameter hole on the bottom center. The bracket requires two 1/2" x 6-1/2" stainless steel bolts and one 1/2" x 5-1/2" stainless steel wedge anchor stud.

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  • Solid Type 316L Stainless Steel alloy meets AISI standards
  • For 4" x 4" dimensional lumber - Overall bracket size: 8"H x 3-5/8" ID
  • For 6" x 6" dimensional lumber - Overall bracket size: 8"H x 5-5/8" ID
  • 3/16" thick by 3" flat bar material
  • Both side of bracket has two 5/8" diameter holes and one on the bottom center hole
  • Requires two 1/2" x 6-1/2" Stainless Steel bolts and one 1/2" x 5-1/2" stainless steel wedge anchor stud
  • Virtually imperious to salt, sand and ocean spray
  • Engineered data load capacities adheres to Uniform Building Code

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