These glass shelf clamp supports glass shelving up to 6mm thick and would look really stylish and chich with frosted glass, placed in a minimilistic bathroom or kitchen.
This clamp has a polished chrome finish and is made from zinc alloy. Also contains a plastic buffer to protect the glass.
We do recommend using more than 1 clamp to support a shelf - possibly 2 or 3 depending on length.
Screws do not come included with this clamp. The following will need to be ordered: Hospa Wood Screws
- Written by Jack
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Today I want to talk to you about these little glass shelf supports that we've got on our website. And this is the actual device here. It's actually designed that if you were to drill and fix this to the wall, you then have the ability to put yourself a glass shelf in here on, in there and clamp it, to allow you then to put whatever you wish on it.
Now the manufacturers don't put any weight on this because it really does depend on the glass that you plan on using, but it will support quite easily up to 6mm of glass. Now the idea is that you would use three screw fittings there at the back and you'd screw that onto the wall. And then the glass then would be put in here. The glass shelf would sit in here. You'd probably have maybe two or three of these along its length, and then you would be able to then set on the glass then, perhaps used in a bathroom environment or in a kitchen environment, etc.
Now actually the screw, the head of the screw inside there has got a little plastic buffer. Probably won't be able to get in there really, but therefore then it doesn't actually, see, it won't actually damage the glass when you start screwing in. The idea is that you'd screw this in tight. Just make sure that the glass stays in position there.
So very quickly I'll just give you a few measurements, just to make sure that if you're thinking you want to measure up, let's get a few measurements on this overall. So you're looking there at the overall length there is 50mm. The actual height of the complete unit there is 25mm. And if I was to get the calibre gauge here, you're looking there, now that there is about 7mm there. So the manufacturers say about up to 6mm. There may be a little bit of degree of tolerance there. The size of the holes there, for your information if you need some fixings, is about 4.3mm, say about 4mm holes there and they're going to take a kind of some screw head. Now the manufacturers don't come with screw fittings. It all depends on what you're screwing it into. You could be screwing it into wood, you could be screwing it to a wall, etc., or within a shelving assembly or anything like that. So bear that in mind when it comes to screw fixings, and there's a few choice of links a little farther down on the website.
Finished in this beautiful chrome finish there, which I am going to probably have to polish a few times just to make sure that it keeps nice and shiny.
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