Brackets form part of the metalwork category in building as these are made out of top quality, strong metal. Usually used as reinforcement, brackets are also subdivided into various categories such as straight and angled and also based on the function they perform. It is recommended to use angle brackets also with sheathing to reinforce fastening of perpendicular intersections and help make the joint rigid and prevent any lateral movement of the fixed materials.
An angle bracket is designed for multi-purpose use in a number of projects. It works as a connector where the two arms or sides cross each at right angles. The angle brackets provide support, protection, fixing and additional strength to wall, ceiling and encasement framing. These angles are made using the latest manufacturing methods that provide higher strength to the product at a lighter gauge. The folded edge angle provides a safer working edge improving site safety and manual handling.
Reinforced angle brackets are ideal in structural applications for framing and in jointing wood to concrete. Timber frameworks need heavy duty angle brackets for a perfect job. These brackets can be used for making various right angled connections such as beams to a post, post with floor, securing columns firmly, or securing a truss to partition wall, and more.
Angle brackets can have equal sided angles or unequal sided angles and are made in high quality metal such as aluminium and steel but also in other materials such as wood and plastic. These find applications can be used with various systems like firecase, firewall, shaftwall and other compatible Gypwall systems. These angles can come uncoated or finished in a variety of colors and in variable dimensions.