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I dunno why the app posted the photos all crooked. If anyone can fix feel free to do so.

And not a tape measure was used that day. I personally liked the cinder block holding the door open.
 

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They are great for small disconnects. Not for gear like this. I was more put off by the way the unistrut is stacked up and pulled off the wall. Nothing is straight. It's a terrible job.
 

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IMO 10x1's and plastic anchors are good for strapping small conduit and ac disconnects. I use 1/4" lags or blue screws and anchors on service equipment.
We haven't used plastic anchors for years.
Drop in anchors or Kwik bolts for floor mounting. Hilti chemical anchors for masonry walls holding heavy equipment, and aluminum conical anchors for just about everything else
 
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