The Striplox Clip 50 is designed with some smaller precise applications in mind, this versatile and strong connecting system can be used in the tightest of places quickly and efficiently in commercial, architectural or domestic applications. The Striplox Clip 50 offers an advantage when being used on a less than perfectly square wall with its unique locking system and the option of permanent or reusable assembly. The locking key can also swivel for easy positioning.
44.5 x 44.5 x 9.5mm installed size, 95kg horizontal, 125kg vertical load capacity with a shear strength of 95kg per bracket.
A locating jig is also available for making installs much quicker and easier to align on both work pieces for a perfect fit every time.
What is Striplox?
Striplox rapid assembly connectors are revolutionising the design and cabinetry hardware industry worldwide by providing a fast, strong and versatile concealed joining and fastening systems. The key to the award-winning Striplox connector range is their speed and ease of use, featuring the unique design of interlocking teeth which lock in one action to evenly spread loads along the length of the joint, providing a strong and tight connection every time. This makes the entire Striplox range perfect for hundreds of tool-less applications and installations on or off-site.
Why Use Striplox when Glues & Screws Will Do?
- It allows simple, safe and efficient assembly, without complex methods, processes or multiple parts.
- It delivers a uniformly loaded join by spreading the loads and forces evenly across the entire join.
- Traditional, time consuming, labour intensive joining methods such as nuts, bolts, screws, welding and adhesives are no longer needed.
- It can simultaneously reduce failure risks and costs and enables the easier adoption of high-strength, state-of-the-art composite materials.
- In most cases only a single one-step process will complete the join.
- It can join traditionally incompatible materials as well as objects that have complex curved edges.
- It provides simple self-alignment of joint components.