Copper Box / K-Style Hidden Cross Bar Gutter Hanger
Heavy Duty 3/16" Copper. Hanger for Copper, Freedom Gray® and Lead Coated Copper Gutters.
K&M's heavy duty cross bar gutter hanger is an excellent choice for tougher applications and for oversized gutters, such as commercial gutters. Our hanger is manufactured from 3/16" copper bar, rather than the industry standard of 1/8". This hanger will fit most gutters with an open hem at the front, like K-Style and Box Gutters (check clearance) but may also be mounted by a rivet if the gutter's front bead hem is closed (will require drilling by the customer).
Heavy Duty 3/16" thick copper
Available for 7", 8", 9" and 10" K-Style Gutters
Works with all K&M Box Gutter Profiles
May be used for other box gutters or custom gutters if the profile allows
May be custom manufactured in modified sizes
Hangers with clips vs. no clips
The back portion of a hanger will either feature a hem / clip or not. The reason for this is because gutters also feature a hem or not and the hanger to be used should have the opposite of that the gutter has. For example: Our residential box gutters feature a hemmed back. The hanger to be used with these gutters should be the ones without a clip / hem. That way the hanger sits just inside the hem in the gutter for installation. A gutter without a hem, like our K-Style gutters will require a hanger with a hem. The hemmed portion of the hanger goes over the back of the gutter. By pushing it down, you can snap it in place getting it ready to be screwed through the back of the gutter. One of the advantages of using the correct hanger is that you can place the hangers in the gutter prior to installation, and you may be able to pickup the gutter from grabbing onto the hangers, vs. piking up the gutter from its underside. However, you don't necessarily need to follow this. You can place a hemmed hanger inside a hemmed gutter, or simply break the hem off the hanger and it will work. You can also use a hanger without a clip in a gutter without a hem. This will work fine on most application without any issues. Furthermore, some gutters, specially custom ones may have higher backs which will force you to install a typical hanger inside the gutter either way.