ES‑1 Combinaison de Raccords

E‑1 is the main struc­tu­ral joint. Two joints allow the com­bi­na­tion of two pipes at a right angle. E‑1 is the main assem­bly joint used in buil­ding many dif­ferent struc­tures. It is recom­men­ded to keep enough of this basic joint in stock.

ES-1C Combinaison de Raccords

E‑1C is used when boxes or simi­lar slide along the pipe, where a com­bi­na­tion of two joints type E‑1 would inter­fere with this sli­ding. E‑1C is used in connec­tion with guides or slide pipe or simi­lar. Do not use E‑1C as a sub­sti­tute for E‑1.

ES‑2 Combinaison de Raccords

E‑2 and E‑3 is used to create a right angle, to ensure that a struc­ture is square. It is an impor­tant and very strong joint assem­bly. If this com­bi­na­tion is not used on at least two cor­ners of an assem­bly then the struc­ture may become uns­table.

ES‑3 Combinaison de Raccords

This com­bi­na­tion of E‑4 and E‑2 is often used in lar­ger assem­blies where there are seve­ral sec­tions. It ensures that all parts are square and stable. In most cases they form the outer edge of a construc­tion simi­lar to the ES‑2 joint com­bi­na­tion.

ES‑4 Combinaison de Raccords

A joint com­bi­na­tion consis­ting of two E‑4 joints is the best way to assemble pipes cros­sing each other. Typi­cal­ly, the conti­nuous pipe is used for the ver­ti­cal, the pipe sec­tions for the hori­zon­tal. For example, with this connec­tion seve­ral shelves of a rack can be built.

ES-H-20 Combinaison de Raccords

Two H‑20 joints and a GAP-12 plas­tic sleeve are atta­ched by the mecha­nics simi­lar to the ES‑4 com­bi­na­tion and result in a hinge joint, e.g. as for a door cabi­net, as a flap or a locking lever. The GAP-12 plas­tic sleeve must be orde­red sepa­ra­te­ly.

ES‑5 Combinaison de Raccords

Four E‑2 joints are some­times used at the centre of a lar­ger assem­bly. It is a conve­nient and secure way to fix conver­ging pipes. This com­bi­na­tion stif­fens the appli­ca­tion and pro­vides grea­ter rigi­di­ty and sta­bi­li­ty.

ES‑6 Combinaison de Raccords

Two E‑6 joints form a cros­so­ver joint assem­bly. This not a main struc­tu­ral joint. It lacks the strength of the com­bi­na­tion made of two E‑4 joints but is often more conve­nient for cer­tain pur­poses. It is often used to sup­port panels or a work sur­face.

ES-6C Combinaison de Raccords

Simi­lar­ly to E‑1C, E‑6C is used in connec­tion with guides or slide pipe, it pro­vides a cros­so­ver pos­si­bi­li­ty without the joint inter­fe­ring with the box or contai­ner. It is of course not as secure as E‑6 so should not be used as a struc­tu­ral joint.

ES-7A & ES-7B Combinaison de Raccords

The com­bi­na­tion of E‑7A and E‑7B makes a variable angle joint, allo­wing one pipe to be joi­ned to the middle of ano­ther and the angle to be varied. This pro­vides flexi­bi­li­ty to the struc­ture. Dia­go­nal bra­cing is one area where this is com­mon­ly used.

ES-7B & ES-7C Combinaison de Raccords

Com­bi­ning E‑7B and E‑7C results in a joint assem­bly which allows two pipes to be joi­ned end to end at variable angles. This can be com­bi­ned with E‑12 joint assem­blies at the other ends to make a very flexible,mobile part of the struc­ture.

ES‑8 Combinaison de Raccords

Com­bi­ning two E‑8 joints is very strong way to join two paral­lel pipes. This may be to join two struc­tures toge­ther or per­haps if a hori­zon­tal span needs to be lon­ger than nor­mal and two pipes must be used then the pipes should be joi­ned using this.

ES‑9 Combinaison de Raccords

The E‑9 double joint is a way to fix two pipes paral­lel on one other. It is often used in com­bi­na­tion with E‑8 joints. This connec­tion is often used in connec­tion with hea­vy loads, to dis­tri­bute the weight over two ins­tead of just one pipe.

ES-11 Combinaison de Raccords

ES-11 joint com­bi­na­tion is often used for handles or grips, many other cases where a roun­ded cor­ner is desi­rable either for prac­ti­cal or aes­the­tic rea­sons. The tops of work sur­faces may be fini­shed in this way. These can be cor­ners on handles or table edges.

ES-12 Combinaison de Raccords

The ES-12 connec­tion is fixed by the mecha­nics simi­lar to the ES‑1 and forms a hinge in connec­tion with the GAP-12 plas­tic sleeve. This may be used to assemble a door, gate or bar­rier. The GAP-12 plas­tic sleeve must be orde­red sepa­ra­te­ly.

ES-13 Joint Combination

E‑13A and E‑13B com­bine to form a strong 45° angle joint. The main useis in dia­go­nal bra­cing where it is chea­per and stron­ger than joints made with E‑7A and E‑7B.

ES-14 Combinaison de Raccords

E‑14 is often used to com­bine two joint assem­blies made with E‑7A and E‑7B or two E‑13A and E‑13B at the head of dia­go­nal bra­cing sec­tions. This bra­cket set is used to stut a construc­tion and thus gain a higher stiff­ness and sta­bi­li­ty.

ES-15 Combinaison de Raccords

Joint com­bi­na­tions of E‑15A and E‑15B are excellent for fixing panels or work sur­faces to struc­tures. The panel is then fixed on top of the pipe with screws. This joint can be used to fix pipes to walls or to alu­mi­nium pro­file.

ES-15M Combinaison de Raccords

E‑15M‑A/-B joint com­bi­na­tion is atta­ched to the pipe simi­lar like E‑15A. It is used on various work­tops and lif­ting sys­tems. Due to their oblong hole, one is more flexible in the attach­ment in the width. These com­bi­na­tions can also use for panels.

ES-15CR & ES-15CL Combinaison de Raccords

The com­bi­na­tion of an E‑15CL or an E‑15-CR joints with the E‑15B allows the ins­tal­la­tion of work­tops or shelves with side walls on ver­ti­cal pipes : This is a real advan­tage when space is at a pre­mium. Please always pay atten­tion to pair for­ma­tion when orde­ring.

ES-16 Combinaison de Raccords

Two E‑16 joints pro­vide a simple method of fixing a panel at half­way across the thi­ck­ness of the pipe. This com­bi­na­tion is often used when the board must be within the struc­ture rather than above it.

ES-17 Combinaison de Raccords

This joint com­bi­na­tion is used to join two paral­lel pipes. One pipe is fixed, the other can turn in the joint. This is used to make a gate or bar­rier, or as above in the case of E‑12, a sec­tion of a struc­ture can lift to pro­vide access or pas­sage.

ES-18 Combinaison de Raccords

Two E‑18 joints and two GAP-12 plas­tic sleeves also allow the connec­tion of two paral­lel pipes, whe­re­by both pipes can be moved in the joints. For example, this com­bi­na­tion can be used in fol­ding appli­ca­tions.

ES-21 Combinaison de Raccords

Two E‑21 joints can be used to connect tubu­lar plug-in sys­tem construc­tions with alu­mi­nium pro­files. Of course, this connec­tion com­bi­na­tion can also be used as ver­ti­cal sup­port for panels or for fas­te­ning your construc­tion to walls or floors.

ES-22 Combinaison de Raccords

This com­bi­na­tion allows the pipe sys­tem to be fixed to the cor­ner or end of alu­mi­nium pro­file or to the side of a wall or ano­ther struc­ture. This type of com­bi­na­tion is often used for rol­ler conveyor connec­tions.

ES-23 Combinaison de Raccords

By com­bi­ning E‑21 and E‑22 it is pos­sible to fix the pipe joint assem­bly to two sides of alu­mi­nium pro­file, to a beam or a wall.

ES-1L Combinaison de Raccords

This joint com­bi­na­tion is simi­lar to the stan­dard E‑1 joint com­bi­na­tion but can be moun­ted over a joint to save space. Thus, double struts can be moun­ted to sta­bi­lize the construc­tion. This allows double struts to be fit­ted to sta­bi­lise the struc­ture or for various other uses.

ES-4L Combinaison de Raccords

This joint com­bi­na­tion is simi­lar to the stan­dard E‑4 joint com­bi­na­tion but can be moun­ted over a joint to save space. As with the ES-1L joint com­bi­na­tion, the construc­tion can be streng­the­ned with a double tube.

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