This TriparTech provides an overview of knockout requirements in luminaires, which are governed by UL1598, Standard for Safety for Luminaires.Continue reading
This TriparTech on other sheet metal joining options called Fasteners.Continue reading
We are pleased to introduce a new line of IC Boxes, the same as our proven Single Ceiling IC Boxes, but containing a much larger junction box (J-Box), measuring 7-7/8” long x 4-7/8” tall x 1-7/8” deep; approx. 70 cu.in. hence the “70” in the description.Continue reading
This TriparTech provides the benefits and limitations of these of Galvanized & Galvanneal Steel, both are commonly available in sheet or coil form in a variety of thicknesses.Continue reading
Over the last few years there have been many changes in technology, industry, our capabilities & personnel, and now worldwide with Covid-19.Continue reading
Sheet Metal fabricated parts can be produced by many processes. The two broad methods are metal stamping and metal fabrication. To understand where each comes into play, you must first understand what each is, and what the differences are.Continue reading
After publishing “Design for Manufacturability, Part I: Tolerance Tolerant Design” in October 2019, Tripar is pleased to publish a follow on to this with “Design for Manufacturability, Part II: Feature Design”.Continue reading
A Tripar customer had been buying a deep spun aluminum cylinder (5” diameter, up to 11” long, closed at one end) for approx. $10-$14 each.Continue reading
Several of Tripar’s customers asked for a more robust bar hanger solution than its current and hugely popular 1287 bar hangers, all looking for a bar hanger more suitable for commercial applications.Continue reading
This wine rack is as functional and compact, as it is aesthetic, with no visible means of support!
The neck of each bottle is inserted into opposite sides of this vertically mounted rack, allowing the horizontally suspended bottles to be rotated so the labels are visible.
The hole size has been optimized to accept well over 95% of standard wine bottle necks; large enough to hold the overwhelming majority of bottles, but still with minimal sag. The few that may not fit are champagne bottles which have a larger upper neck or finish, and a few odd “designer” bottles.
With two rear flanges containing mounting holes that are accessible only through the wine bottle holes, the fixing screws remain hidden for an exceptionally clean look.
Formed to 2” wide x 3-3/8” deep, and made from a brushed satin nickel steel that has a clear topcoat, these racks never need polishing.
Offered in two sizes/capacities:
To obtain more information about these products contact our sales team Sales@TriparInc.com