Hello all. I'm trying to figure out what the term for a specific piece of hardware is so that I can locate it within a hardware store. Unfortunately all I've got to go on right now is a description.
What I'm looking for is some sort of anchoring plate for pipe / threaded rod. The thing that I saw had a flat circular base with holes for screws that attached it to a flat surface (in this case a tile floor). In the center was a coupling type receptacle that allowed for a piece of pipe/threaded rod to be screwed into the base, allowing the pipe/rod to be connected to the flat surface. I'd like to use it for a project I'm building, but the application I saw it in was holding up the walls of a bathroom stall.
Any ideas what this thing might be called?This message has been edited. Last edited by: hmlee08,
It's called a threaded flange. One style here:
Woohoo! That's exactly it. Thanks.
Pipe hanger, here's one but there's hundreds of companys that make them.
aka floor flange.
sig: if this is a new economy, how come they still want my old-fashioned money?
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