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There are five different types of ceiling mounts to begin designing your suspension components.
Pendant type ceiling mount: This cast aluminum type of support, when used alone, comes complete with concrete anchors if you are attaching your suspension components to a concrete ceiling. You can source some lag screws if you will be securing these to a wood beam. Ideally, this mount would be bolted to a steel plate or beam with bolts. This type is limited to suspending 200lbs total weight.
Egyptian type ceiling mount: This strong steel Egyptian style ceiling mount is used in quite a few of our pipe drop suspension types and can be found paired with a pipe clamp, a Strong Strut beam clamp, and others.
The Egyptian style ceiling mount can be used in many ways, such as
- attach it to an existing piece of the strut,
- use with lag bolts to attach it to a wood beam, or
- bolt it onto a steel plate or beam.
This mount is limited to suspending 250lbs total weight (no bolts provided).
Beam Clamp with Egyptian mount attached: This beam clamp uses the steel Egyptian ceiling mount, which holds a little more weight 250lbs than the pendant type (200lbs). This quick-attach attachment will make the mounting pipe and suspension components quick and easy. These Beam Clamps use a 14″ long section of Strong Strut and come complete with 2 Beam clamps that can accommodate any beam up to 11″ wide.
Beam Clamp with Pendant mount attachment: This quick attach beam clamp with a cast aluminum pendant mount will suspend a total weight of 200lbs. This mount will make mounting pipe and suspension components quick and easy. These beam clamps use a 14″ long section of Strong Strut and come complete with 2 beam clamps that can accommodate any beam up to 11″ wide.
Pipe and Conduit clamp with Egyptian mount attached: These innovative aluminum clamps allow you to utilize any heavy-duty pipe or conduit in the facility to start a short chain of suspension components quickly. Be very careful that the pipe or conduit you are attaching to will support the total weight you will be hanging from it. A thick wall or schedule 80 pipe is better. Pipe clamps will attach to any pipe or conduit between 1 1/2″ to 2 1/2″ outside diameter (OD). The total weight of all suspended equipment should not exceed 200lbs.