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Hangtec brackets manufactured by Braax are a designer range of brackets that have been designed for quality, strength and looks. They incorporate clean natural geometric lines and shapes and are available in four styles Cylinder, Tetrahedron, Arch and Cone. These brackets look fantastic with hanging baskets and also with topiary balls, lights, lanterns, bird feeders, wind chimes or similar and are supplied with FREE matching stainless steel screws. They have a heavy duty recommended load capacity of 20kg (44lb) with maximum load capacity of 25kg (55lb) and can be used with baskets from 35cm (14") up to 55cm (22").
The brackets are made from solid stainless steel sheet grade 304 (EN Steel Number 1.4301) which is used in many building and architectural applications and will last for many years. They are easy to install and maintain with suggested cleaning just once per year to remove any dirt and grime which allows the stainless surface to breath and create a natural nano scale chromium oxide protective layer for long lasting looks.
(NOTE: BRACKET ONLY BASKET AND FLOWERS NOT INCLUDED)
I bought this to hang a heavy glass container with a candle in it and decorations. The hanger goes great with everything else I picked out for my newly constructed sun room. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary Cornell
Best hangers I have ever found and they are heavy duty! Love them! worth every penny.Published 3 months ago by watchdog
These are beautiful and very well made plant hangers. They are expensive but they are worth it.Published 9 months ago by Bob
I had a little trouble getting this item since I had to sign for it but it was worth it. The customer service by Braxx (Lee Marsden) was great! The plant hanger is awesome.Published on February 2, 2013 by Susan Byard
I just covered the post where this was to hang with aluminum siding. I did not want to buy the normal steel hangar that would rust and stain my siding in a year. Read morePublished on September 8, 2012 by ChuckSue10