Shelf Triangle Corner Brackets for Floating Shelf, Max Load 350lb Heavy Duty Wall Mount L Bracket 90 Degree Triangle Corner Bracket for Shelves with Screws- 6 Packs
- Sturdy And Durable – Heavy duty wall shelves need to be with strong shelf brackets and our metal brackets are exactly that. Securely mounting shelf brackets & supports with screws to any surface gives peace of mind that our shelf support brackets will hold up to 350lbs/pair.
- Premium Quality Materials – Enjoy an industrial forged steel floating shelf with our 8 heavy duty wall shelf brackets. With all heavy duty L brackets, quality shelf hardware is our top priority with wall brackets for shelves made of high quality steel with a black coated finish.
- Multiuse Shelf Options – This floating shelf hardware can be utilized all over the house. Whether being used as decorative shelf brackets, open shelving for kitchen, bookshelf brackets, small metal shelf bracket, or even general shelving brackets the uses for these shelf mounts are endless.
- 6 x shelf brackets
- Bolts & screws
I don’t think I have ever seen a home grade right angle bracket this heavy duty in my life. These are 2x as thick as the ones they’re replacing. I wish the screws going into your wall studs were longer, and I may buy a couple longer ones…use 2 of the included and 2 of my chosing in each bracket. But yes I would absolutely recommend these to anyone who wants to be able to put a heavy load on the shelf they’re installing.
They are great for the amount of money you pay we were going to buy some at Homedepot but they were $17 each ?? so we decided to try these instead!! They are very sturdy. Great quality
i liked them. they were perfect for what i needed. very sturdy.
These are fantastic brackets. I used them to put a 10 foot, 110 pound countertop as a floating desk in my office. I used them on the studs (16 inches on center using the screws provided) in pairs and I haven’t seen so much as a wiggle out of them since I put my desk down. These are S T U R D Y. Once I got the screws in the studs, I had all the confidence that they weren’t moving.I have seen other complaints about not being able to get a bit in there to screw them in. Just get a long driver for your drill/impact driver and you will have no issues at all. The holes are appropriately spaced and very easy to get to with a longer bit driver. I didn’t need a flexible bit at all.
I¡¯m using these brackets in my basement where I can attach the shelve supports directly on the studs. I tested the drill hole size on a scrap piece of stud. I found that the 7/32 drill bit made the hole that was the best, and easiest, to work with.I am using the supports both ways for a mix of wider and less-wide shelves. When screwing the shorter bracket to the wall, I used a 90 degree offset Phillips head screw driver to get at the centered-holes. If I had had a ratcheting screw driver, it would have been much easier, but without such it just took a bit more work.