Professional High Quality M8-M20 of Anchor Bolt with Nutand Washer Manufacturer in Puerto Rico
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Unused- KWS Screw Conveyor, Model 9×3-3, 304 Stainless Steel, Horizontal. 9″ diameter x 36″ long x approximate 4″ pitch screw. 10″ diameter tubular bolt together trough. 10″ diameter end outlet. Driven by a 3 hp, 3/60/230/460 volt, 1755 rpm motor thru a Dodge torque arm reducer, ratio 24.38 to 1, approximate 23 output rpm.
Ideal for lighting areas below walkways, stairways or platforms the LMS075 Handrail Flood Mount Pole is designed to be mounted off either hand rails or building support columns & allows lighting and equipment to be easily accessed & rotated into a safe area for maintenance.
Features & Benefits
Simple one person operation.
Removal of one M12 bolt allows rotation of equipment.
Eliminates the use of specialised access equipment for lighting maintenance.
Junction Box Mounting Brackets
Pipe/Pole or Column Mount options
Hot Dipped Gal (HDG) Finish or Stainless Steel
Recommended maximum light fitting weight up to 12kg
Suitable wind Regions A, B, C, D (refer Wind Region Map)
Structurally designed in accordance with AS4100-1998
Wind Loads assessed in Accordance with AS/NZS1170.2-2011
It is the responsibility of Light Mounting Systems Australia customers to carry out their own independent structural assessments of the existing handrailing/support structure to which they are proposing to attach the LMS light poles. The structural adequacy of the handrailing/support structure to which the LMS light poles are affixed is not covered by Light Mounting Systems Australia design certification & as such Light Mounting Systems Australia accepts no responsibility for failure due to inadequacy of support structure.
An inspection of the light poles for structural damage and corrosion at not more than 12 monthly intervals is recommended.