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Hidden Granite Countertop Flat Bracket

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Our Hidden Granite Countertop Flat Bracket is the perfect bracket when you need support for your countertop overhangs on pony walls and raised bar countertops. This bracket is made from heavy-duty 1/2" thick solid steel designed and engineered to provide worry free countertop support.

Heavy duty mounting hardware is included with each of these brackets.

Professional powder coated finish.

Specifications -

  • Dimensions:
    • 2.5” Wide x ½” Thick
    • Sizes ranging in 8” Long – 18” Long
  • 4 Mounting Holes, sized for 14 x 2 ½” Phillips Flat Head Screws (Included)
  • Material: Solid ½” Thick x 2.5 Wide American Steel
  • Finish Options: Premium black & white powder coated finishes which are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Raw steel is also available for your own color matching or for no paint needed applications.
  • Additional Information -

    • Made in the USA
    • Carrying Capacity: 325 Lbs. per bracket
    • The end has a smooth beveled end for safety
    • The narrow profile makes this support nearly invisible for a clean look
    • Made to screw into 2x4 or 2x6 lumber, from end of the bracket to center of 2nd pair of holes is 2.75"

    Uses -

    • Support Countertops on Knee Walls & Pony Walls
    • Support Kitchen Island Countertops
    • Support anything you want on a cabinet including Granite, Quartz, Natural Stone, Concrete, Wood, Formica, and all other materials
    Determine What Size & Quantity to Order?

    What Size Bracket Should I Use?

    • NOTE: Ideally you want no more than 3" of unsupported countertop extending past the end of your bracket.
    • Now, lets figure out what size bracket you need. Take the depth of your countertop overhang, in this example we will use a 15" overhang. Now add the depth of your knee or pony wall framing, which will be 4" to 6" depending on framing material used. 15" overhang + 4" framing = 19" total depth. Now take 19" and subtract 3", this is the amount of countertop that will overhang past the end of these brackets. 
    • This is what that math looks like: (15" + 4") - 3" = 16"
    • Results: You would want to order a 16" bracket.

    How Many Brackets Do I Order?

    • These countertop support brackets are typically spaced 16 - 24 inches apart
    • To figure out how many brackets you need lets start with 2 brackets at each end of the countertop set 4" - 6" inches in from the edge.
    • Now measure the distance between the 2 end brackets and use the following formula:
      • (Distance Between) divided by/ (desired bracket spacing).
      • Example 76 / 16 = 4.75, so you need 4 more brackets to support the space left between the two end brackets.
    • Here is an example using a real countertop installation:
      • An 84" wide countertop with 2 brackets set 4 inches from the end would leave you with 76" left to support; (84" - 8" = 76"). Now take 76" dived by / 16" = 4.75, So you would need 4 more brackets for the space left giving you a total of 6 brackets for this project.
    • For a countertop overhang spanning 84" wide with 2 brackets set in 4" from either side and a 16" span between brackets, you would order 6 brackets total. 2 end brackets and 4 to support the remaining 76" span.

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