Pedestal Selector

a tool to select the perfect pedestal support

How to use the pedestal selector

This is a simple process to identify the correct and best pedestal assembly for a specific System Package or a custom application. Select a pedestal Height range, a Slope adjustment and a Multiplate pedestal top connection. Simply review the images, copy explanation–click on the image to enlarge and see more details–make your selection, move through the steps and a match result will be presented at the end. Multiple pedestal configurations can be used in a singular application installation.

  1. Height bearing to pedestal top 1
  2. Slope adjustment to level 2
  3. Connection top multiple interlock 3
  4. Results your best match 4

1/2” – 1”

A starting 1/2” high pedestal plate that micro adjust to 1” using 1/32” and 1/16” stackable plates which can be secured to the main plate with push fasteners. Supports all top of pedestal connection options.

1” – 3 1/2”+

An adjustable pedestal assembly from 1” to 3 1/2” using a wide base platform with a 1/2” micro adjust screw ring and 1/2” high interlocking stackable height adjustment rings. Supports all top of pedestal connection options.

3 1/2” – 30”

An adjustable pedestal assembly from 3 1/2” to 30” using a wide base platform with a 1/2” micro adjust screw ring and a riser pipe cut to length. Supports all top of pedestal connection options.

1” – 3 1/2”+

A maximum load pedestal assembly for a fixed height pedestal with no screw adjustment but using micro plates for minor height adjustment and 1/2” high interlocking stackable height adjustment rings. Supports all top of pedestal connection options.

3 1/2” – 30”

A maximum load pedestal assembly for a fixed height pedestal with no screw adjustment but using micro plates for minor height adjustment and a riser pipe cut to length. Supports all top of pedestal connection options.

No Adjust

The pedestal and finished surface is placed over a level bearing surface or is a fixed height pedestal support a finished surface that will mirror the bearing surface.

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

Adjusting pedestal slope to level with a ½ degree top of pedestal plate. Can be used in stackable increments. Four fixed positions for slope alignment. Can be used to create a compound slope. Each plate adds 1/16” to overall height. Recommended with P1 and P2 pedestals only. Can be used with the P3 pedestal to create a sloped top after leveling pedestal bottom or P3 top adjust only, maximum 7” high pedestal. DOES NOT ALLOW VISUAL LEVEL using EP28 Multiplate Bubble Level.

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

Adjusting pedestal slope to level with a 1 degree bottom of pedestal base. Can be used in stackable increments. Rotational for slope alignment. For micro slope degree adjustment use two slope plates. Each plate adds 1/8” to overall height. Recommended with P1, P2 and P3 pedestals.

EP37 Panel Pin

Top of pedestal pin to make horizontal interlock of pedestals to the EP01 Deck Plank.

EP33-36 Tabs

Top of pedestal fixed spacing of 1/16”, 1/18”, 3/16” or 1/4” for gravity placed span slab pavers. M2P: Include optional 1/32” epdm pad to pedestal top for micro height adjustment, shim or soft surface.

EP46 HW T-Nut

Top of pedestal screw-down bolting the EP01 Deck Plank to the pedestal.

EP32 Paver Lock

Top of pedestal attachment to add horizontal interlock of pedestals to standard gravity slab-span pavers.

EP31 Frame Brace

Top of pedestal mount to support joist framing members fixtured to the pedestal. M5H: Designation for optional adhesive to bond pedestal to fully adhered waterproofing for high-wind uplift resistance.
  • PK01

    Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using standard 12”, 16" or 24" O.C. joist layout overlaid a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw¹, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf³.

    Ultimate Load • >8078 lb/each (≤5sf)

    ¹Metal screw PT06

    ²Uses a trowel bond adhesive GX08

    ³Varies based on stone-tile thickness

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK02

    Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using standard 12”, 16" or 24" O.C. joist layout overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw¹, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf³.

    Ultimate Load • >8078 lb/each (≤5sf)

    ¹Metal screw PT06

    ²Uses a sheet bond adhesive PT01

    ³Varies based on stone-tile thickness

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK03

    Exterior elevated deck constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally built with heavy sloped concrete spans, but here using standard level framing with 12” or 16" O.C. joist layout² overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw³, surfaced with paver¹ grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

    Ultimate Load • >8078 lb/each (≤5sf)

    ¹Paver weight could be 20-30 lbs/sf

    ²May require professional engineering

    ³Metal screw PT06

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK11

    A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

    Ultimate Load • >8078 lb/each (≤5sf)

    ¹Uses a trowel bond adhesive GX08

    ²Varies based on stone-tile thickness

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK12

    A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with 16”x16” thin gauge porcelain tile, contact-sheet bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf².

    Ultimate Load • >8078 lb/each (≤5sf)

    ¹Uses a sheet bond adhesive PT01

    ²Varies based on stone-tile thickness

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK13

    A simple rooftop deck over living space, dry space below or condo balcony, constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a floating structural Deck Plank supported by snap-in feet, 5/16" tall, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

    Ultimate Load • >8078 lb/each (≤5sf)

    ¹Paver weight could be 20-30 lbs/sf

    ²May require professional engineering

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK20

    Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, as a walkable surface without finish or over-coated with compatible colored finishes and/or grit texture.

    Ultimate Load • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

  • PK21

    Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

    Ultimate Load • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    ¹Uses a trowel bond EP11 adhesive

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK23

    Timber framed deck, dock or access promenades constructed from wood or metal joist framing, traditionally surfaced with wood, composite, plastic or aluminum decking, but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 2 1/2” minimum width framing² member overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with stainless steel fastener and screw, surfaced with paver¹ grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

    Ultimate Load • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    ¹Paver weight could be 20-30 lbs/sf

    ²May require professional engineering

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK31

    An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

    Ultimate Load: Deck Plank • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Uses a trowel bond EP11 adhesive

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK33

    An interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver² grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight¹.

    Ultimate Load: Deck Plank • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Paver weight could be 20-30 lbs/sf

    ²May require professional engineering

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK34

    A high-wind¹ interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, supported by 1"H adjustable support plate with 1/2" micro adjustment, glue-bonded to waterproofing/bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

    Ultimate Load: Deck Plank • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹EP46 HW Fastener

    ²Uses a trowel bond EP11 adhesive

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK40

    An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with build up layers but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with a mixed media landscape, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

    Ultimate Load: Deck Plank • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Uses 3 pedestal assembly options

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK41

    An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

    Ultimate Load: Deck Plank • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Uses 3 pedestal assembly options

    ²Uses a trowel bond EP11 adhesive

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK43

    An elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with paver grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

    Ultimate Load: Deck Plank • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Uses 3 pedestal assembly options

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK44

    A high-wind² elevated interlocked rooftop deck over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, normally finished with heavy mud-set or thin-set but here overlaid with a structural Deck Plank, pedestal¹ supported 1⁄2" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, glue- bonded to waterproofing/bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded³ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

    Ultimate Load: Deck Plank • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Uses 3 pedestal assembly options

    ²EP46 HW Fastener

    ³Uses a trowel bond EP11 adhesive

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK50

    Fully supported joist framing over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting, or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, overlaid with framing, normally blocked over the bearing surface but here supported by floating¹ 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16") without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, spaced as required to support decking material by others.

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Optional high-wind; EP21 Base Adjuster bonded to waterproofing or bearing surface.

    FRAME MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK51

    Fully supported joist framing over living space constructed with traditional joist framing, sheeting, or concrete and waterproofing (by other), with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, overlaid with framing, normally blocked over the bearing surface but here pedestal² supported¹ ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, spaced as required to support decking material by others.

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Optional high-wind; EP21 Base Adjuster bonded to waterproofing or bearing surface.

    ²Uses 3 pedestal assembly options

    FRAME MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK60

    A traditional tab¹ spaced architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, floating over the bearing surface supported by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16"), without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers.

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹1/16", 1/8", 3/16" and 1/4" or mixed

    ²Can be used in conjunction SP EP10 Deck Plank.

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK61

    A traditional tab¹ spaced architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, pedestal supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers.

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹1/16", 1/8", 3/16" and 1/4" or mixed

    ²Can be used in conjunction SP EP10 Deck Plank.

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK70

    An interlocking architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with a shallow uniform slope in one direction to an edge drain, floating over the bearing surface supported and pin locked by 1/2" tall support plates and micro adjustment (1/32", 1/16"), without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Can be used in conjunction SP EP10 Deck Plank.

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK71

    An interlocking architectural slab paver over all bearing surfaces, with compound slopes in multiple directions to internal drains or scuppers, pin locked onto pedestal² supported ½" to 30” to a level plane above the bearing surface, without screws, fasteners or damage to waterproofing, surfaced with span pavers glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

    Ultimate Load: Pedestal • >11,000 lb

    ¹Can be used in conjunction SP EP10 Deck Plank.

    ²Uses 3 pedestal assembly options

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK72

    An interlocking architectural slab paver as an elevated deck or rooftop superstructure, typically on pedestals but here, placed over 4x or 2x framing² with plates secured to framing, surfaced with span pavers¹ glue-bonded to interlocking plate.

    ¹Paver weight could be 20-30 lbs/sf

    ²May require professional engineering

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK81

    An interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing² or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded¹ to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

    Ultimate Load • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    ¹Uses a trowel bond EP11 adhesive

    ²May require professional engineering

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK83

    An interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing¹ or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with paver grade concrete, stone or porcelain, dry-laid over the Deck Plank, no sand fill, and the completed assembly weighing <5 lbs/sf + paver weight.

    Ultimate Load • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    ¹May require professional engineering

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

  • PK84

    A high-wind¹ interlocked rooftop deck requiring access or removable panels, typically on pedestals but here using 24” or 30" O.C. spans on 4x or 2x framing or a superstructure overlaid with a structural Deck Plank secured to framing with a supporting pin plate, screwed to framing, surfaced with thin gauge stone or porcelain tile, glue-bonded² to the structural Deck Plank, and the completed assembly weighing <15 lbs/sf.

    Ultimate Load • >10,750 lb/each (5sf)

    ¹EP46 HW Fastener

    ²Uses a trowel bond EP11 adhesive

    SURFACE MATERIAL BY OTHER. SIZES SHOWN IN VIDEO DO NOT REFLECT USE SIZE. ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

raising exterior elevated platform floors to a new level of function and quality

The concept of a raised platform is not new. It was used early in the computer electronic age for interior access raceways and it has been used for sometime in the form of an elevated square concrete slab supported on stanchions. New stanchions continue to creep into the marketplace but all with the same use model. Then there is the elePHOOT® Outdooor Floor System®, a new concept in exterior elevated floors. It's not just a pedestal although it performs all of the basic standard support functions to one of the highest standards in the industry. It's part of a fully integrated system with a propriatery interlocking Deck Plank platform that supports a wide variety of surface and landscape materials.

Pedestal assemblies

Pedestal Number (P) Height (S) Slope (M) Connect System Part’s System Packages
P1-S0-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

No Adjust

EP37 Panel Pin

P1-S0-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

No Adjust

EP33-36 Tabs

P1-S0-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

No Adjust

EP46 HW T-Nut

P1-S0-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

No Adjust

EP32 Paver Lock

P1-S0-M5 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

No Adjust

EP31 Frame Brace

P1-S1-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP33-36 Tabs

P1-S1-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP46 HW T-Nut

P1-S1-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP32 Paver Lock

P1-S2-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP37 Panel Pin

P1-S2-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP33-36 Tabs

P1-S2-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP46 HW T-Nut

P1-S2-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP32 Paver Lock

P1-S2-M5 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP31 Frame Brace

P2-S0-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP37 Panel Pin

P2-S0-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP33-36 Tabs

P2-S0-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP46 HW T-Nut

P2-S0-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP32 Paver Lock

P2-S0-M5 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP31 Frame Brace

P2-S1-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP37 Panel Pin

P1-S1-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

1/2” – 1”

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP37 Panel Pin

P2-S1-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP33-36 Tabs

P2-S1-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP46 HW T-Nut

P2-S1-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP32 Paver Lock

P2-S2-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP37 Panel Pin

P2-S2-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP33-36 Tabs

P2-S2-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP46 HW T-Nut

P2-S2-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP32 Paver Lock

P2-S2-M5 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP31 Frame Brace

P3-S0-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP37 Panel Pin

P3-S0-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP33-36 Tabs

P3-S0-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP46 HW T-Nut

P3-S0-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP32 Paver Lock

P3-S0-M5 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP31 Frame Brace

P3-S1-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP37 Panel Pin

P3-S1-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP33-36 Tabs

P3-S1-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP46 HW T-Nut

P3-S1-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1/2˚+ (1%) (1/8”/ft) ∆

EP32 Paver Lock

P3-S2-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP37 Panel Pin

P3-S2-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP33-36 Tabs

P3-S2-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP46 HW T-Nut

P3-S2-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP32 Paver Lock

P3-S2-M5 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

1˚+ (<1.7%) (1/4”/ft) ∆

EP31 Frame Brace

P2F-S0-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP37 Panel Pin

P2F-S0-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP33-36 Tabs

P2F-S0-M3 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP46 HW T-Nut

P2F-S0-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP32 Paver Lock

P2F-S0-M5 VIDEO | DRAWING

1” – 3 1/2”+

No Adjust

EP31 Frame Brace

P3F-S0-M1 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP37 Panel Pin

P3F-S0-M2 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP33-36 Tabs

P3F-S0-M4 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP32 Paver Lock

P3F-S0-M5 VIDEO | DRAWING

3 1/2” – 30”

No Adjust

EP31 Frame Brace

Cart
Shopping Cart

Number of items:

Total price:

View Cart

Quick Question
Quick Question

Use this form for complete technical assistance and plan/drawing uploads.

Contact Information
Contact Information
Quick Help
Quick Help
Chat