About the Sanus SSMK1
This hardware kit lets you mount your Sanus flat-panel TV mount into the steel studs common in new construction. The kit is UL® listed, and can be used in commercial locations such as office buildings, restaurants, and warehouses. The anchors are designed to fit through the holes of standard steel studs, making installation simple.
Compatible with select Sanus mounts, including VMPL, VMPL2, VMPL3, VMPL50, and VMPL250.
- mounting kit for steel studs
- for select Sanus flat-panel TV mounts, such as the VMPL, VMPL2, VMPL3, VMPL50, and VMPL250
- for residential and commercial applications
- UL listed
- supports up to 175 lbs.
- warranty: 10 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # SSMK1-X1
What's in the box:
- Four 6mm x 43mm bolts
- Four 20mm (OD) washers
- 4 Snap-Togglers
- Installation Instructions
More details on the Sanus SSMK1
Overview: The Sanus VisionMount SSMK1 is a hardware kit that allows steel wall stud-mounting for various Sanus flat-panel TV mounts. This kit increases the mounting options of these universal wall mounts for use in commercial applications such as office buildings, warehouses or condominiums.
Compatibility: The Sanus VisionMount SSMK steel stud mounting kit is designed to be used in conjunction with the following Sanus wall-mount systems:
|Sanus Wall Mount Model||Maximum Weight Capacity|
|VMT14, VML10||80 pounds|
|VMT15, ML11||100 pounds|
|VLT14, VLL10||125 pounds|
|VMPL250, VMPL50||130 pounds|
|VLT15, LL11||150 pounds|
|VMPL, VMPL2||175 pounds|
Installation Note: This product is designed for use in steel stud walls only. Studs must be at least 2x4-inch and 25-AWG. The wall must be capable of supporting up to five times the weight of the monitor and mount combined. If back side of wall is unfinished, drywall must be installed to minimum of one stud left and right of the stud(s) being used to install the mounting. Drywall must be a minimum of 1/2" thick on each side of the studs, and a minimum clearance of 1-7/8" behind the wall is required. This product must be centered on the studs.
- Stud finder
- Phillips-head screwdriver
- 1/2" Drill-bit
- Electric drill
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