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Cable Hangers

      8/2/1999

Research Tool & Die Works (RT&D) introduced a new product line of Heavy Duty Local Cable Hangers.

The method of using a T-Bar and Pinch Hanger mounted on a stud to support local cable runs is not new… but RT&D's design is. The new RTD Heavy Duty T-Bar Hanger is made one piece with no seams, thereby eliminating the weld-pad and the chance of twisting off the threaded part.

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The new hangers are designed to make installations easier and more cost effective. Heavy Duty T-Bar Hanger has eliminated production welding, and as a result, yields a much more superior product.

Threads are designed to allow continuous rotation until hanger is oriented in the desired position. The overlapping thread design works like a Chinese finger puzzle... the harder you pull the tighter it gets. This one-piece design results in double the load capacity (now 20 lbs) and has been engineered to meet U.S. Navy standards for combat vessels.

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