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Old 01-24-2019, 02:07 PM   #1
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I need to run a pipe coming down from the ceiling just like this and I want to strap it correctly in the ceiling. What would be the proper material to use to strap this
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Old 01-24-2019, 02:22 PM   #2
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I need to run a pipe coming down from the ceiling just like this and I want to strap it correctly in the ceiling. What would be the proper material to use to strap this
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Standoffs and all thread?

I dunno, whats up there?

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A sky hook or a drop cord b/c drop cords catch on everything.
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Can someone tell me how to wire this:
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What you need is one of these:
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What you need is one of these:
He needs a lefthanded one for this application & the lead time out of Canada is 3-4 months.
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He needs a lefthanded one for this application & the lead time out of Canada is 3-4 months.
That's right! Maybe with this adapter?:
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That's right! Maybe with this adapter?:
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Maybe this...
Probably the best way to go, based on what I have seen so far.
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What would be the proper material to use to strap this
I myself would use the opposite of what ever the improper material would be, but that's just me.
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No doubt it needs to be NEC compliant, UL listed & cleared by the AHJ.
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No doubt it needs to be NEC compliant, UL listed & cleared by the AHJ.
Or sheetrock and tape before anyone notices.
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1-1/4" Strut anchor to floor and ceiling.
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I'm sorry I was in a big rush and I totally forgot to send a picture the one I did is the one without the box
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