Strong Extension Rod HGP-75
It can be installed stably and withstand heavy loads.
This is the heaviest carrying rod in Japan. We created this series as an answer for voices requesting something for hanging heavier things, the Strong Type, with a maximum carrying load of 80 kg. It has a distinctive cap structure. It is constructed so that the more weight that is applied to it, the more it pushes against the walls to keep stable. In addition, bending is prevented by using a 34 mm thick diameter pipe. With this, a more stable impression of use is realized.
- HGP-75 Features:
- Basic length 75 cm - longest extendable length 110cm
- Max Load : 50 KG - 80 KG (Depending on the length of use)
- Special design on both ends, heavy weight resistant and does not warp
- Adjustable length of rod, 2 steps safety secure with screw and rotating ring
- Ideal to hang curtain, clothes rack, for usage in the bathroom, etc
- No drilling of holes!
- Easy installation - no special tools required
- Use with other S-shaped hooks, shelves and other small items, you can create unlimited storage possibilities
- Designed in Japan
- Pipe diameter : 34 mm
- Measurement: 75 - 110 x 10 x 6.5 cm
- Pipes / Steel Pipe: Epoxy resin powder coating
- Resin Components: ABS resin, PP resin, Synthetic rubber
- Screw: Steel (plated finish)
- Fitting: Steel (plated finish)
What is a HEIAN Rod?
The HEIAN Rod, which makes a stylish solution for storage, is very easy to set up. Setting up storage spaces until now have meant a certain amount of labour, in the forms of measuring, assembling, and such. However, with the HEIAN Rod, there is no need for measuring or assembling. The HEIAN original crimping mechanism enables a perfect set-up, allowing you to freely create storage space in any type of setting without the use of tools. In addition, since removal is also simple, it is possible to try out various layouts for storage solutions. The HEIAN Rod’s simple design will choreograph your life with style.
By HEIAN SHINDO, leading home storage item developer in Japan since 1952.