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wall bracket

1. A bracket which is fixed to a wall and used to support a structural member.
2. A bracket used to support a scaffold.
3. A bracket used to support piping, an electrical component, or a lighting fixture.
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Vikan's wall bracket is available in three sizes: with one, four or six hooks.
To add a feeling of decadence to any room, the Mandalay five-light pendant (pounds 75) with the Mandalay two-light wall bracket (pounds 24.99).
The wall bracket and arm for the REX models are made of powder coated steel with conductive metallic grey paint, whilst a stainless steel spring balances the arm's dead weight, the antistatic polyester-polyurethane hose is ATEX marked R<108[ohm] and they have a manual damper with conductive knob.
For mobile spill response, the kit can easily be removed from the wall bracket and taken directly to the clean-up site.
Royce Lighting's Energy Star-rated outdoor wall bracket, in Grecian bronze finish, converts to a pendant.
Shelf brackets fit directly on the vertical wall bracket for a more stable load-bearing structure.
The wall bracket enables buckets to he hung either way up.
/ 3 Murray Feiss' Fusion Collection wall bracket flirts with a shoji screen design with its oval amber glass shades.
Installation is quick and easy since a snap-in wall bracket is available for single- or multiple-unit installations.
/ 5 This ornate wall bracket washed in antique gold by Payne Street/Breece Collection takes center stage with its organic cornhusk styling.
Wipes are packed in airtight tubs of 200, with a wall bracket also available from ETI on tel: 01903 202151 or fax: 01903 202445.