This section provides an overview for corner brackets as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 corner bracket manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A corner bracket is a bracket that is attached to a corner to secure a metal or plastic panel.
A corner bracket can be used for various purposes, such as mounting and positioning panels and equipment, protecting corners, preventing dirt, and preventing injury or damage due to bumping into corners.
A corner bracket is made of various materials, such as aluminum, stainless steel, and resin, and is available with holes drilled for mounting according to the required dimensions.
Corner brackets are used in a wide variety of applications.
For example, corner brackets are used at the back corners of electrical and electronic equipment and to mount security cameras at the corners of ceilings.
Corner brackets are also used to connect the corners of indoor and outdoor handrails, to hold down rubber gaskets on the corners of refrigeration equipment, and to improve waterproofing.
Corner brackets are widely used in building-related applications, such as doors, windows, window glass, and other fixtures and building materials.
Corner brackets are also used in industrial equipment and devices as well as consumer equipment (e.g., game consoles) to protect the corners of such equipment and devices, as well as to protect people from injury.
Robots have been added to the list of equipment and devices for which corner brackets are used in the industrial sector, and increasingly, game consoles are being used in the consumer sector as well.
Corner brackets are also used on the corners of automobiles and other vehicles. As with outdoor buildings, corner brackets protect corners and seal against rainwater intrusion, as well as maintain airtightness.
Corner brackets are also used in the field of logistics, such as containers, where sealing functions are essential, as in the case of automobiles.
Corner brackets are also used in outdoor fencing, which, along with air resistance, require additional cost considerations due to the high volume of use.
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