Cross Bar Scan Hook in Plastic

What intrigues me about this Plastic Hook is only seen from the back (inset photo). The Hook clips only on the top wire of the dual-wire crossbar. When loaded the hook falls forward and rests against the bottom wire. If bumped or when not loaded the hook is free to rotate around the top wire rather than stay in position. I can’t say how serious this might be in your application, but it is worth a thought. Most true Grid and Crossbar Hooks in metal grip both wires and resist rotating out of position (see post immediately below). Don’t forget the basic rule of fixturing: “Ask for samples!” and then test in your actual use.

For specifically related posts SEE…
Plastic Scan Hook for 1″ Grid
Hooks Hang on Front Productstop
Plastic Grid Hooks Fail
Hybrid Grid Hook Now For Pegboard Too

For a another atypical Plastic Hook SEE…
Plastic Hook Backplate Kaizen for Jewelry

SEARCH “Best Practices” for common sense fixture advice. SEARCH “Cross Bar Scan Hook in” to compare this plastic hook with more traditional metal. ***

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