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Rich, Unistrut makes some clamps you could specify. Try their "M29 Beam
Clamp" which accepts swivel nuts and threaded rods. You could add an
eye-bolt or swaged fitting for the cable. Fits up to 0.8 inch flange.  Max
working load is 750 lbs...
  Good Luck
Richard W. Stone, P.E.
Project Executive
Technical Services/Project Management/Estimating
Concept Design/Engineering/Quality Assurance
 
Madison Concrete Construction Company
130 Quaker lane
Malvern, PA 19355-2479



From: "Rich Lewis" <sea(--nospam--at)lewisengineering.com>
To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Subject: C Clamps

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What are the names or who manufactures the 'C' clamp for hanging rods, =
etc.
off steel beams and joists?  I'm looking for a clamp to bar joists to =
hang
cables for a large TV screen.

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I searched the archives but could find old posts on this.  I know there =
were
some in the past.

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Thanks.

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Rich Lewis

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