Bracketry is a general term used to describe various elements of mounting hardware and components to hold two separate parts together. This consists of metal pieces that make up the actual component and all of the associated nuts, bolts and rubber seals that are needed to complete the mounting of the part.
With the ability to manufacture precision brackets, we also offer services that encompasses design and prototyping and have the experience and technical know-how to deliver your products from the design phase to the finished product for both commercial and industrial projects.
What are brackets and how are brackets used?
Brackets are connecting devices used to join two objects together. In architecture, their material type is typically wood or stone and they are used to join walls with features such as parapets. In engineering, however, they are made of quality sheet metal with holes punched where nuts and bolts can hold the separate parts together and their typical uses involve supporting objects such as shelving and flooring.
Although they can be manufactured in different shapes and with varying degrees of thickness, brackets are most commonly L-shaped, with the vertical section of the bracket attached to a wall and the horizontal section attached to a smaller object being fitted to the wall, such as a shelf.
Sheet metal brackets and supports
Ensuring the correct installation of stainless steel brackets, aluminium panels and supports is essential in terms of both aesthetics and safety. At Yorkshire Laser, we supply a complete range of specialist brackets and accessories, manufactured in-house for your precise application. Brackets and accessories are available in a wide variety of thicknesses and materials such as stainless steel, aluminium, or pre-galvanised steel.
Not only will the finished product exceed your expectations, but our thoughtful design and specialist equipment may also save you money and reduce your lead times.
Experience in abundance
Yorkshire Laser’s customers include specialist auto manufacturers and large multiple retailers who often have tight deadlines on large project runs. Our understanding and familiarity doesn’t end here though. Yorkshire Laser has more than 20 years’ worth of experience manufacturing bespoke metal bracketry for a whole range of industries, including:
- Power generation
- Yellow goods
- Furniture manufacturers
- Retail & display
Listen to the people!
Alan Corker (MD of a specialist retail display supplier) had this to say about our services:
“We approached Yorkshire Laser with little idea of how to deliver our client’s brief in terms of metalwork for which we had very limited experience. But with their help the products we designed went on to be supplied to showrooms throughout the UK and Europe for a number of years and turned into a key part of our repeat business. We couldn’t have managed this without them!”
Putting the customer first
Our customers are at the forefront of everything we do here. Our client base has remained loyal and connected with our services because we combine deadline-specific deliveries with excellent customer service – on budget too! We offer competitive prices for both large-scale and smaller bracketry production runs, so your every need is adhered to. Our success is based on the success of our customers, which means that our focus is always on improving and refining your products to be the best they can be.
Connect with us for your bracketry needs
It doesn’t matter how small or large your bracketry needs are – we would like to connect with you to ensure your bracketry connections are taken care of. We can show you what we’ve done for some of our previous related clients or provide professional and friendly advice for your own personal project. Our CNC laser cutting facilities and sheet metal fabrication capabilities are second to none, so you may struggle to find the same level of service elsewhere.
Give the team a quick call today to find out more. Dial 01977 553 120 and one of our team members will be more than happy to deal with your enquiry. Alternatively, if you’d like to get hold of us outside of our normal working hours, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a message on our contact page.