SIMPSON STRONG-TIE - Corner Braces and Corner Plates (11)
With mending and T-plates in supply, workshop businesses can complete different installation jobs on flat surfaces and corners, depending on the model. Multiple dimension options of flat corner braces and other supplies simplify furniture assembly processes, and the results have an aesthetic appeal.
Assemble closets, cabinetry, and shelving with corner braces, which offer durability due to corrosion-resistant steel. With pre-drilled holes, corner plates and braces are ready for use, and easy to remove. Angled plate designs are ideal for assembling new furniture pieces, or you can use them to redesign an old item by providing new, reinforced bracing. Screws come with some models, or are available for purchase separately. Screw sizes are common for most braces or plates, so jobbers who build or repair cabinets regularly can keep them in stock. Choose from varying plate dimensions for a fitting application on wood, metal, and other building supplies.
Mending plates are perfect for strengthening picture frames, furniture, and other objects in the household. Straight and L-shaped corner hardware is available, and it’s compatible for use with standard flat-head screws. Add mending plates on both sides of the surface for additional strength when joining two connections, or repairing damage or broken items. Straight plates feature a design ideal for side-to-side and end-to-end connections at work or home. Steel boxes and various appliances require some strengthening from time to time, especially around corners and joints. High-strength plates are ideal for shelving units that support heavy merchandise or power tools.
Galvanized steel plates ensure minimal maintenance over an extended period and handle outdoor conditions without rust. Attach brackets to tall furniture units and secure them to the wall to provide stability and avoid tip over. It’s also worth protecting decorative wooden or metal chests with heavy-duty chest corners. Oil-base coatings on select corner plates offer durability and a rustic look. Find brass, zinc, and black matte finishes for an aesthetic appearance, and they’re ideal for beam installations in workshops and halls.