Tee Bar Guide System

Model 662 Knee Brace

Knee braces are constructed of a two- piece assembly to enable adjustment during installation. Formed 1/4" wall bracket is attached to 2" x 2" x 3/16" steel angle. Length of angle must be specified at time of ordering.

Model 663 Horizontal Wall Batten

Horizontal wall battens are normally spaced on 5"™-0" vertical increments. The 2" x 2" x 3/16" steel angle is punched on the horizontal leg for attachment of knee braces and the vertical leg for attachment of tee bar U-spreader plates. Spacing may be 6", 8", 9", or 12" on center

Model 665 Steel Tee Bar

Tee bar guides are 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 3/16" steel. Splice joints are accomplished at a horizontal wall batten.

Model 667 Arbor Stop Angle

The steel arbor stop angle is mounted at the top and near the bottom of the steel tee bar buides to limit the travel of the counterweight arbors. The 2" x 2" x 1/4" steel angle is bolted to the face of the tee bar. The horizontal leg of the angle is punched for attachment of a hardwood stop (provided by others.)

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A Guide System is a system of steel, aluminum, or wire guides braced to a wall or supported below the headblock on which a series of counterweight arbors are guided up and down during counterweight rigging operation. Jay and Tee guide systems are rigid systems, and must be used on applications that exceed 30 feet, while wire guide systems may be used for shorter travels.