CRL EG14BR Brass Edge Grip for 1/4" Material

Item #: EG14BR by CR Laurence

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CRL EG14BR Brass Edge Grip for 1/4" Material

Item #: EG14BR by CR Laurence

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  • Can be Used on Corners and Edges of Panels
  • For 1/4 (6.3 mm) Material Thickness
  • No Drilling Required in Glass or Panel Materials
  • Supplied with a EGCS Socket Head Cap Screw

Minimum Order

1 Each

Diameter

1-1/4" (32 mm)

Thickness

1/4" (6.3 mm

Length

1-1/8 in (28mm)

Material Thickness

1/4" (6 mm)

Finish

Brass

Type

Standard

CRL's Edge Grips provide additional flexibility in attaching decorative panels or signage to walls or substrates. The Edge Grip allows material to be held to the wall without drilling holes in the face material. This allows for quick installation or adjustment of panels mounted in Edge Grips. 1-1/4" (32 mm) diameter Edge Grips are available in brass, chrome, satin chrome, 316 brushed stainless, and gun metal finishes, and are compatible with CRL standoffs. It is recommended that CRL Edge Grips be utilized at the top, bottom and sides of heavier panels for maximum support.
NOTE: To attach the Edge Grip directly to a substrate, use Cat. No. 12X112PHPSMS, a No. 12 by 1-1/2" Pan Head Phillips Sheet Metal Screw. It is recommended that screws be installed directly into wood blocking. Edge Grips are only recommended for installation of rectangular or square panels.
Edge Grip Specs:
Diameter: 1-1/4" (32 mm)
EG14 Length: 1-1/16" (27 mm)
EG38 Length: 1-1/8" (28.6 mm)
EG12 Length: 1-3/16" (30.1 mm)
Replacement Cover Disks are available if you need to repair or replace one. Important Notes: We recommend CRL Edge Grips be used at the top, bottom, and sides of heavier panels for maximum support.