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Federal Brace Adds to Reinforced Wood Corbel Collection

Posted on 03 December 2020 by cradmin3

Federal Brace has introduced the newest members of its exclusively made in the USA Reinforced Wood Corbel Collection.

The Lincroft Wood Corbel is low profile, sleek and sports chamfered edges with a minimal gusset section. The Lincroft gives a spacious, airy feel with a traditional wood finish. The overall measurements of 12- by 10- in. and a width of 3-in., in combination with the internal hidden steel rib, provide a sturdy 375 lb. carrying capacity for a wood corbel configuration. The Lincroft Wood Corbel is an excellent selection when elegance in design is required.

The Cumberland Wood Corbel features an unfinished wood grain corbel pre-routed for a .25-in. thick steel support rib to carry granite overhangs and bar tops. This spacious, open character design will enhance home and office decor with fine lines and a low profile gusset that will not interfere with knees under counters. While the Cumberland Reinforced Corbel looks light and airy, the steel rib support bracket hidden under its beautiful wood surface is strong and durable to support all stone and solid surfaces.

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Federal Brace Debuts New Countertop Support Finishes

Posted on 06 March 2018 by cradmin

Federal BraceFederal Brace debuted new finishes for several popular products, as a result of increased demand for variety. The Arrowwood and Brunswick Low-Profile Countertop Supports are both being released in a matte black powder coat. The Liberty Hidden Countertop Brace, previously available only in raw steel is now being released in a matte white powder coat. All three designs are offered in a variety of sizes, from 8 inches up to 24 inches, in order to support countertop overhangs and shelves of various lengths.

Federal Brace’s low-profile supports can be used for overhangs, wall hung counters or shelving, remaining decorative while staying out of the way of knees and bar stools, making them perfect for a breakfast area, bar, or any entertainment area. Generally having a ¼ in. thickness, these gusseted braces can hold up to 500 pounds per brace. Federal Brace’s hidden supports, like the Liberty, are used on countertop applications and drilled into the cabinetry substrate to remain completely hidden and unseen despite supporting up to 375 pounds per brace. Having more finish offerings will not only increase the options available to customers but allow for greater variety of interior styling for designers.

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Chemical Concepts Develops New CounterBalance Islandbar

Posted on 07 April 2016 by cradmin

Chemical Concepts CounterBalance IslandbarThe CounterBalance Island Bar overhang support bracket was developed by Chemical Concepts to provide a cost-efficient, quick and easy solution to support stone and solid surface countertop overhangs on any kind of cabinetry. The CounterBalance IslandBar is designed to support up to an 18 in. overhang.

These low-profile support brackets are hidden from view to provide a clean, modern look for countertops. The support brackets are made with 7 gauge steel and have been tested to support up to 500 lbs.

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