GRANHULT
Jointing bracket, nickel-plated20x12 cm

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GRANHULT Jointing bracket, nickel-plated, 20x12 cm
GRANHULT Jointing bracket, nickel-plated, 20x12 cm

The bracket hides the joint between two shelves, so you can combine several into one long shelf. Perfect when you want to be creative and do things like cover an entire wall with extra-long shelves.

Article number004.305.33

Product details

If you want a longer shelf, you can fix two shelves together with GRANHULT jointing bracket.

Fits best with the 20 cm deep BERGSHULT shelf.

Fits 2.5 cm thick shelves.

Screws to mount the bracket to the shelf are included.

Screws for wall mounting are not included.

Different wall materials require different types of fixing devices. Use fixing devices suitable for the walls in your home.

If you are uncertain about what type of fixing devices to use, please contact your local hardware store.

Designer

Gustav Carlberg

Article number004.305.33
  • Aluminium, Nickel-plated, Clear acrylic lacquer

    Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in a mild cleaner.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Measurements

Width: 3 cm

Depth: 20 cm

Height: 12 cm

  • GRANHULT
    Jointing bracketArticle no004.305.33

    Width: 12 cm

    Height: 5 cm

    Length: 21 cm

    Weight: 0.20 kg

    Package(s): 1

Material

What is aluminium?

After iron, aluminium is the world's most used metal and has a very wide range of uses. It’s easy to shape and lightweight, but is still strong and durable. In our range we use it for things like kitchen utensils, curtain rods and tealight cups. A big advantage with aluminium is that it can be recycled again and again without losing its quality. Recycling consumes only a fraction of the energy required to produce aluminium from new raw materials.