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Brace for architectural feature

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The unwelded FLI Brace (right) next to a traditional welded unit

Following the success of its FLI Brace product, Francis Lewis International (FLI) plans to launch a new range of FLI truss products incorporating the brace.

The FLI Brace, which is available in diameters from 48mm to 193mm, is produced by combining the operations of tube cutting, profiling and pressing in a single operation.

As no welding is involved, the automated machinery can produce braces in a fraction of the time compared to traditional T-end units.

Tony Parker, Salesman at FLI, says because the braces have a smoother profile they lend themselves to feature architectural projects.

“The new product will be a pre-fabricated truss with FLI Braces installed, and will be ideal for stadiums or sports halls as a feature item.”

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