Screw-less stud-to-track attachment for metal framing


CEMCO’s NEW TAB TRACK provides a screw-less stud-to-track attachment for metal stud wall framing using bendable tabs. The tabs are evenly spaced throughout the track leg to provide consistent on-center stud layout without requiring a tape measurer. They also enable placement for additional studs that may be off-layout.

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