SPECIFICATIONS AND INFORMATION
- eCo Gumbou Construction Brackets are pressed from 1,6mm mild steel heat and painted with natural corossive resistant coating.
- Thicker brackets can be manufactured on request.
- Both brackets are right-angled and commonly used in structures.
- The no. 4 bracket is fixed to poles by 65mm long drive-screws and generally used with smaller-diameter poles.
- Create very sturdy, fully integrated units with incredibly strong joints.
- Assembly is done with just a hammer and a spanner, without using any power tools.
- As long as standard timber lengths are used, no sawing, notching, cutting or drilling is needed.
- No skilled labour is required.
- Design parameters are very varied and flexible.
- Construction time is decreased.
- Full pole warranty is maintained.
eCo Log Dog
Simplest and lowest method of connecting treated pine logs or gum poles. Can be used to join logs at any angle. The fastener is a rigidly formed galvanized metal cradle which will accept the natural variations present in log material ranging from 90mm to 140mm diameter.
Quick and easy to install, four downward facing spikes and two internal claws stabilize the connector in any position on round log surfaces. One centre nail is all that is needed for most structures, but additional provision has been made for additional fixing on each wing for permanent structures or for fixing the top log.
eCo Pole Hanger
|The eCo Pole Hanger is designed to provide efficient and economical anchorage of gum poles to brick or concrete walls in the construction of car ports, pergolas etc. It is easy to fix to the wall using M12 anchors for up to 500kg loading capacity.|
|The patented eCo Light Pole Hanger has been designed to make pole to pole or pole to flat surface connection easier. Tested for loading capacity of 380 kg|
eCo Gumbou construction brackets are metal connectors for round-pole timber structures. The brackets enable timber structures to be erected rapidly, with strong, reliable joints and without affecting the efficiency of the preservation treatment of the timber.
Conventional jointing techniques are inefficient. simple nailed or bolted joints may develop 15% of the strength of the connected members. The commonly-used half-lap joint, for instance, reduces the strength by some 50%.