What is the post support used for?
Post supports Paul for setting in concrete are still height-adjustable after setting in concrete due to the right/left-hand thread. The support feet are therefore very practical in horticulture or general construction with wooden posts.
How is the height adjustable post support constructed and how is this used?The installation of the post support is easy and takes only a short time. The support is concreted in with the dolle and thus ensures optimal stability. The Paul post is screwed onto the carrier plate through 4 holes, each with a diameter of 13 mm.
Thanks to the adjustment range of 400 - 460 mm, height differences of 60 mm can still be compensated after concreting. In order to avoid an unintentional adjustment of the height, the post supports are equipped with a lock nut. The lock nut is screwed against the long nut and thus prevents unintentional loosening.
What should be considered and what are the technical details of the support base?
For stability reasons, approximately 10 - 20 mm of the adjustment range is required as thread security. Due to the galvanization, the Paul post support is optimally protected against external weather influences. The post supports are available in the support sizes 80 × 80 mm and 100 × 100 mm.
Technical details - Adjustment range: 400 - 460 mm - Support plate: 80 x 80 mm - Material thickness of support plate: 5 mm - Holes: 4 holes Ø 13 mm - Lock nut: SW 30 - Long nut: SW 30 - Ø of dowel: 20 mm - Length to be set in concrete: 260 mm - Material type: galvanized steel
|Product weight:||1,50 Kg|