Rainscreen Support Systems

Bailey Samson

Helping Hand Support System

Our Helping Hand system has a unique "tether hole" - an INDUSTRY FIRST, designed dramatically to reduce the risk of dropping components on-site.  Safety-first at all times - it's the Bailey way.  And, with folded aluminum to accommodate the brackets for your specific project, it's super-flexible, too. 

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  • Features

    • Fully engineered horizontal application as standard – simple 2 piece component, no need for an adaptor, saving time on site.
    • Thermal isolating pad – factory fitted as standard
    • 4mm gauge engineering-grade brackets – strong enough for the most demanding project conditions.
    • 12mm diameter tether hole as standard – removing the risk of dropping a bracket from height, and the ensuing H&S paperwork.
  • Benefits

    • Can be manufactured in other materials – available in stainless steel.
    • Easy to use load tables – quick to calculate what you need.
    • Folded Aluminium – giving flexibility for accommodating special brackets unique to your project requirement
    • Robust construction – ensuring peace of mind that your system will stay in place.

Features

  • Fully engineered horizontal application as standard – simple 2 piece component, no need for an adaptor, saving time on site.
  • Thermal isolating pad – factory fitted as standard
  • 4mm gauge engineering-grade brackets – strong enough for the most demanding project conditions.
  • 12mm diameter tether hole as standard – removing the risk of dropping a bracket from height, and the ensuing H&S paperwork.

Benefits

  • Can be manufactured in other materials – available in stainless steel.
  • Easy to use load tables – quick to calculate what you need.
  • Folded Aluminium – giving flexibility for accommodating special brackets unique to your project requirement
  • Robust construction – ensuring peace of mind that your system will stay in place.

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