BeamClamp® Location Plates & Bolt Lengths

Location plates and brackets provide support for the rear of the BeamClamp to react against while the front clamps down on to steel.

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How It Works

How It Works

BeamClamp® location plates provide support for the rear of the BeamClamp to react against while the front of the product clamps down on to the steel. The hole centers are designed to suit the widths of both the upper and lower members and to ensure that the clamps are located as close to the edge of the steel as possible. It also stops the clamps from being able to fall off backwards.

Location plates can be fabricated to suit a variety of applications with different angles of cross over and gaps between sections.

Measurements & Specifications

Location Plates Dimension Table METRIC
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Bolt DiaA
Upper Beam Width +
Lower Beam Width +
Upper Beam Width +
Lower Beam Width +
Upper Beam Width +
Lower Beam Width +

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I drill my new steel and remove the need for a location plate?

Yes. If drilling new steel is possible, then location plates won't be needed. Although, adjustability for the connection is only possible in one direction. With a location plate the connection is flexible in both axis which can be very useful on site.

What finishes do the location plate come in?

Our standard plates are available in a primer finish since they are generally used internally, and this is enough to stop them corroding. Other finishes are available if stated in the order.

Does the location plate come separate from the clamps?

No. The location plate will be supplied in a kit form with all the clamps, packing pieces, nuts and washers that you would need to make each connection. An engineering drawing will also be supplied with each kit to make installation easy and safe.

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