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   Jack Stand        A jack stand provides back-up support and operator protection for lifted loads such as vehicles, heavy pipes, steel rolls, or other materials and equipment under installation, manufacture, or repair. 
   Monopod       Monopods or unipods are single, free-standing, solid or hollow, cylindrical supports. The base of a monopod often consists of a flat supporting disc. 
   Tripod / Three Legs       Tripods are supports with three legs or struts for supporting an object with stability. Tripods have a determinate structure for supporting a load. Tripods can provide a high degree of portability because the struts often swing out from an upper head or mounting platform and the struts may also collapse or telescope. The head may have rotating, panning, tilting, or sliding features, which allow versatile position of the sensor, instrument, telescope, level, clinometer, transit, camera, microphone or other device. Tripods are useful for measuring, sensing, video recording, or surveying applications in remote, field, and plant floor settings. 
   Quadrapod / Four Legs       Quadrapods are supports with four legs or struts for supporting an object with stability. Quadrapod stands can consist of four strut attached to the bottom of another strut or two struts attached to the ends of a horizontal head, beam, or mounting platform with a saw horse or swing set appearance. A heavy legged quadrapod stand may provide a larger platform structure for supporting a wider load. Quadrapods can provide a high degree of portability because the struts or legs often swing out from an upper head or mounting platform and the struts may also collapse or telescope. Quadrapod stands are useful for supporting power tools, measuring, sensing, video recording, or surveying applications in remote, field, and plant floor settings. 
   Pedestal       A pedestal is a type of stand consisting of solid base, single column or strut, and an upper mounting or support platform. Typically, pedestals are fixed or bolted to a floor to provide a steady, stable support for a power tool, grinder, control panel, or navigation instruments. Grinder pedestals are a common pedestal found in manufacturing settings. The grinder pedestals often have rest and a holder cup for coolant or lubricant. 
   Support Stand       Stands are used to hold a piece of equipment at an elevated position from a horizontal surface. Stand components can include bases, struts, or column element(s), heads, platforms, and arms.  Stands represents a large range of products - from heavy-duty industrial jack stands to light-weight, easily-adjustable camera and speaker stands. Some stands support an object in a horizontal and vertical position such as stands with a base, heads, struts, or arms having rotating, panning, tilting, swing, rolling, articulating, folding, sliding, or swiveling capabilities. 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted, proprietary, or patented stand or support type. 
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Specifications
   Height Required:       Extended length or height of the assembled and erected stand or support structure. 
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   Load Capacity:       Maximum force or load supported by the stand or support. 
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Materials
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   Aluminum       Aluminum alloys provide high toughness at moderate strength levels, with very good corrosion resistance and less-than-half the density of steel.  With the addition of copper, aluminum alloys can be heat-treated for higher hardness and strength levels. The strength-to-weight ratio, weldability, and corrosion resistance makes aluminum alloys a commonly selected material for aircraft and marine applications. Most aluminum alloys have good availability.  
   Steel - Stainless       Alloys of iron, chrome, nickel, and other alloying elements. Stainless might be too expensive for some stand and support applications, but the high corrosion resistance may find application for aerospace, exterior, laboratory, or marine applications.   
   Steel       Carbon and alloy steels have high toughness, strength, and good weldability. Plain carbon and low-alloy steels are very available at moderate cost. The structure should be painted or coated to prevent degradation by rust or corrosion.  
   Composite / Plastic       Plastic and pultruded fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composite materials provide an alternative to the more commonly applied materials. The dielectric and nonreflective nature of some plastics and composites provide an advantage over metal structures in certain antenna applications. Their good electrical insulation characteristics make them safer when used for mounting brackets or cross arms on power line poles or towers.  While more costly, fiberglass reinforced plastics can provide superior strength compared to wood, and reduced maintenance costs compared to wood and some metals. Plastics without reinforcements typically will not have the strength for applications long extensions or height, but they may be suitable for smaller mounts or supports.  
   Magnesium       Magnesium and magnesium alloys are non-ferrous metals with low density (1.74 g/cc for Mg versus 2.7 g/cc for Al), relatively high strength to weight ratio, good ductility, moderate strength, and good corrosion resistance. Magnesium and magnesium alloys are used in a variety of industries as well as in aircraft, marine, and power tool applications. 
   Wood       Wood can be a low cost material for stands and supports. 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted, proprietary, specialized, or patented materials of construction. 
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Features
           
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   Adjustable Height / Length       Adjustable height or length support structure including telescoping, crank-up, extending roller, scissor, and rack & pinion devices. These allow the overall extended length of the product to vary depending on the application. 
   Boom / Gliding Arm       Boom stands or boom arm stands have a gliding arm forming a tee shape with the stand. The arm portion can slide back and forth at the joint with the stand. Some boom arms may have a counterweight to balance the load. Some boom stands may allow the arm to rotate vertically or horizontally. 
   Fixed Base (Fastened, Welded, etc.)       The arm, mount, stand, or support structure is designed to have its base fixed to a supporting surface by fastening, screwing, bolting, welding, brazing, or adhesive joining. 
   Flexible / Articulated       Articulating or fold-over arms, mounts, supports, or stands bend at many points along the length of the product to allow vertical or horizontal positioning of the supported equipment, instrument, tool, camera, microphone, or device as needed. 
   Free-standing       Self-supporting (free-standing) stands or supports typically are constructed with a wide base to avoid tipping.  
   Magnetic Base       The arm, mount, stand, or support structure has a base designed to magnetically clamp to a steel or ferromagnetic surface. 
   Mobile (Wheeled / Sliding)       Mobile stands and supports have a base with wheels or skids, which allow the supporting structure to be rolled or slid into place. Mobile stands and supports are useful in remote, field, and temporary applications.  
   Feed Rollers / Ball Transfer       The stand, mount, or support has rollers or roller heads or balls (ball transfer head) on the top surface to handle and support long stock material while it is fed into a manufacturing process. The stock material can include metal bar, lumber, plastic rod, cable, plywood, panels, composite profiles, or other sheet or continuous stock shapes. 
   Rotating / Panning       Panning or rotating stands, arms, or supports allow mounted or supported instruments, antennas, or cameras to be moved for surveillance or measurements of the required area. 
   Swing / Tilt       Support, stand, mount, bracket, brace, arm, block, tripod, or supporting structure has a swinging or tilting feature allowing the led, strut, boom, head, or base to tilt or swing. 
   Vacuum Base       The arm, mount, stand, or support structure has a base designed to vacuum clamp to a non-porous and smooth surface. 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted, proprietary, specialized, or patented features or options. 
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