Steel Stud TV Mounting Kit for Tilt & Low Profile TV MountsThe SANUS steel stud hardware kit is a must if you are mounting your TV into steel studs. It provides everything you need for your tilt or fixed position wall mount to be safely mounted into steel studs. Note - we do not recommend using a full-motion mount in steel studs. They can twist and can become unsafe.
- UL Listed hardware can support up to 175lbs in steel studs.
- Includes all the hardware you need to mount into steel studs.
- Perfect for mounting tilting or fixed position mounts.
"Exactly what they are supposed to be. Nothing revolutionary, but needed if you have metal studs. Sanus always has high quality products."
"These bolts work very well in attaching a Sanus television mount to a wall constructed with steel (rather than wood) studs."
"Had steel studs, followed directions, it worked."
Tools You Will Need For Installation
Phillips Head Screwdriver
|UPC Code:|| 793795363435 - White - $21.99 USD
|Package Width:||10.75" / 27.31cm|
|Package Height:||0.50" / 1.27cm|
|Package Depth:||7.25" / 18.42cm|
|Package Weight:||0.50lbs / 0.23kg|
VESA patterns are measured by the center of one mounting hole to the center of another on the back of a television in millimeters. In the example above, the VESA measurements are 100 (width) x 100 (height). The example TV would be able to use a VESA 100 x 100 mount.
The sample was placed in a hemi-anechoic sound chamber 1.2 meters above the floor on an isolated mounting system. The sound pressure level was measured at 1 meter from the discharge of each test sample using a Bruel and Kjaer 2270 sound level meter. Temperature at time of testing: 68 - 70°F Dry Bulb, 51 - 56°F Wet Bulb. Barometric Pressure at time of testing: 28.65 - 28.86 in. Hg. Sound Pressure level, in A-weighted decibels, is referenced to the auditory threshold of p0= 20 µPa.
Air Volume Movement
The fans were tested in accordance with ANSI/AMCA 210-99, ANSI/ASHRAE 51-1999, entitled: "Laboratory Methods of Testing Fans for Rating". The metering station, through appropriate ductwork, was connected to the discharge of a variable air supply/exhaust system. To determine the air volume, the static pressure difference was measured employing piezometer rings and a "Dwyer" inclined manometer Model No. 424-5. Temperature at time of testing: 68 - 70°F Dry Bulb, 51 - 56°F Wet Bulb. Barometric Pressure at time of testing: 28.65 - 28.86 in. Hg.
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