Base Plates

Sep 24, 2012 | | 0 Comments

What would you do if you needed to vertically mount a piece of 41mm wide strut? This is a common thing that you may want to do on your job, and there are many different ways for securing a length of strut vertically. One easy method of doing it is with base plates. Base plates (available in hot dip galvanised or stainless steel versions) are secured to the floor with 4 fasteners, and have a slot allowing you to insert and fasten a length of strut vertically.

EzyStrut offers 3 standard base plates: The E2072, E2072A, and the E2073. The main point of difference between the E2072 and E02072A is that the E2072A is stronger: It has twice as many holes to fasten strut in place, and its slot for the strut is more than twice as tall (89mm vs 40mm on the E2072). The E2073 is different again as it allows you to secure 2 lengths of strut in place within the same base plate. All EzyStrut base plates take up an area of 150x150mm.