This section provides an overview for corner protectors as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 corner protector manufacturers and their company rankings.
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Corner protector is generally used by attaching an angle to a corner protector. Corner protector is available in a wide variety of materials, including polyvinyl chloride, resin, aluminum, stainless steel, and other metals. L-shaped and U-shaped corner protectors also exist. Corner protector can be attached to building materials and furniture with exposed corners to protect the corner pieces. Corner protector can also be used to cover and conceal corner joints.
Corner protectors are used to protect the corners of wood and other materials. They are used in the construction of sewers and residential buildings. They are used to camouflage joints in the corners of exterior walls of buildings, and some are designed and used for interior decoration. Metal corner protectors with holes are used for fastening with screws or bolts to connect members when assembling furniture.
Corner protectors are used for various purposes. Depending on the Uses of the product, various materials are used, such as plastic, metal, and polyvinyl chloride. Metal ones are used when making large objects such as furniture assembly. They are often utilized as auxiliary devices and are used in areas where strength is lacking. They are commonly used in connecting parts to reinforce the connection and are used to secure furniture because of the frequent earthquakes in Japan.
L-shaped corner protectors are mainly used as tipping over cap fittings and are fixed with bolts and nuts. They are used at the corners of light to medium weight racks, etc., and features of them are that they are used to prevent furniture and racks from tipping over. Features of vinyl chloride material are that the material is soft and softens the impact when it hits a pillar or other object. Vinyl chloride material is also used in dangerous places such as factories, where it is used as a shock-absorbing material. Depending on the product, it is used by fixing it to the corner of a pillar using double-sided tape.
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