"Unistrut Channel is one of the most versatile building materials you’ll find on the market. Many projects taken on using traditional steel fabrication methods can be completed in a more efficient manner with Unistrut framing channel because you eliminate much of the welding, drilling, and cutting associated with other methods. That said, a section of Unistrut is not unlike the 2” x 4” lumber a carpenter might use. You need nails, joist supports, and maybe even some lag bolts to turn your pile of wood into a finished project. The same rules apply with Unistrut. In the early stages of the job, the untrained novice sees only the strut. To turn those bundles of P1000 into a finished structure, you also need channel nuts, fittings, and maybe some concrete anchors too.
Powers Mechanical & Adhesive Anchors
When it comes to straight material sales, our customers typically think of us as the leading supplier of Unistrut Channel, Channel Nuts, pipe and conduit clamps, and hardware. What you might not know is that we offer a complete line of Powers Mechanical and Adhesive Anchors to secure your Unistrut to concrete, brick, block, and more. Powers has the largest list of code compliant anchoring products, including the most ICC-ES Reports for mechanical, adhesive, and gas actuated anchoring systems on the market. Cost-effective and engineered for maximum anchoring performance, all Powers Fasteners are designed to meet or exceed the specifications of leading competitors, including Hilti, ITW/Red Head, and Simpson, just to name a few.It is