THE STEALTH FIXING FOR TUBULAR STRUCTURES
JUST PUT IT IN AND TIGHTEN IT UP
XPC USES PURE FRICTION TO CREATE A ROBUST, LOAD BEARING END-JOINT IN METAL TUBE
NO PLUGS, RIBS, CLAMPS, U-BOLTS, CRIMPING, FILLING, WELDING, DRILLING, THREADING, FLANGES,
THRU-BOLTING, RIVETING, ADHESIVE
OR ANY MODIFICATION TO THE TUBE
XPC FASTENER HOLDING STRENGTH IS LIMITED ONLY BY THE STRENGTH OF THE TUBE
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LAMPS AND ELECTRICAL
Hollow XPC can be used to fix lamps direct to tube if the lamp casing is strong enough. The cabling passes thru XPC straight into the support tube.
BRACED TUBULAR STRUCTURES
Solid (shown) or plate node joints can be used with XPC tube-to-plate or fixed-thread configurations to create even the most complex load bearing structures for:
Bracing struts and structural frameworks for buildings
Satellite and aerial supports, surveillance camera mountings
Fences, gates, security barriers, grilles walkways
Military command/hospital/protection systems and disaster relief structures (including those with more than one tier)
Lightweight military and civil use bridges and cradles
Portable frames and cranes, test stands, workshop furniture.
Canopies, shelters, awnings and tentage, display stands.
Flat-pack DIY self-build projects, from sheds and greenhouses to conservatories.
THE INFORMATION ON THIS WEBSITE IS COPYRIGHT AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE OR PART WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
DID YOU KNOW?
That a variant of XPC published in the patent filing permits plate glass to be bolted DIRECT to the tube end?
RAPID ASSEMBLY HANDLES AND OTHER FIXTURES