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Sign Clips for Post / Pole Mount Signs- Back-to-Back Clips
These are used if you need to have two signs mounted on one pole back to back. They are only compatible with the 76mm or 89mm rigid clip. The back-to-back clips are not compatible with the universal clips due to their set length- they work by holding on to the back sign’s rail and securing to the space on the edge of the rail left by the 'D'-clip. To mount two signs back to back you would require two Rigid 'D' clips and two sets of the Back-to-back clips.
How To Install A Back-to-Back Clamp
On the back side of a 76mm pole's sign, mounted with a 'Rigid-D' clip, hold your to-be-mounted sign level with the mounted sign. Slot in all 4 'back-to-back' clips with the bolt of the clip inside the rail of your new sign.
Hold the new sign so that it is vertically straight and level with the other and tighten the bolts with your finger so that it holds the correct position.
Use a spanner or ratchet to firmly tighten the back-facing sign.
Other Types of Sign Clip Available
The rigid-'D' clamp is designed to be specifically used with 76/89mm poles.
These are used if you need to have two signs mounted on one pole back to back and are only compatible with the 76/89mm rigid clip. To mount two signs back to back you would require two Rigid 'D' clips and two sets of the Back-to-back clips.
The universal clamp works with any pole from 45mm to 217mm including odd pole profiles. However, they are not compatible with back-to-back clips.
Do You Have Questions About Installing Your Sign Clamps?
Give us a call on 01905 794 875, our sales team will help you through the process.
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