Center Load Clamps

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Adjustable Steel Beam Clamp

Figure: 635

Function

Designed to be used in the suspension of a hanger rod from an I-Beam. The clamp is adjustable from 31⁄2 (88.9) to 8″ (203.2) and can be used with flange thicknesses up to 1/2″ (12.7).

Malleable Iron Center Load Beam Clamp

Figure: 630

Function

Designed to be used in the suspension of a hanger rod from the center of an I-beam. The clamp’s design allows the load to be distributed equally on either side of the beam. The clamp is adjustable from 23/8” (60.33) to 7″ (177.8) and can be used with flange thicknesses up to .60 inches (15.24). Normally used in conjunction with Fig. 25 extension piece. An additional 1″ (25.4) or more of vertical adjustment is obtained when used with Fig 25.

Standard Duty & Heavy Duty Center Load Beam Clamps

Figure: 610 & 620

Function

Designed to be used in the suspension of a hanger rod from the center of an I-beam. The clamp’s design allows the load to be distributed equally on either side of the beam. Normally used in conjunction with Fig. 50 eye rod (standard only), Fig. 55 welded eye rod or Fig. 35 weldless eye nut.

Steel Center Load Beam Clamp

Figure: 625

Function

Designed to be used in the suspension of a hanger rod from the center of an I-beam. The clamp provides a vertical adjustment of approximately 2″ (50.8).

Steel Center Load Beam Clamps

Figure: 632 & 633

Function

Designed to be used in the suspension of a hanger rod from the center of an I-beam. The clamp’s design allows the load to be distributed equally on either side of the beam. The clamp is adjustable and normally used in conjunction with Fig. 35 weldless eye nut. An additional 1″ (25.4) or more of vertical adjustment is obtained when used with Fig 35.