The CADDY line features over 700 products for conduit/cable, beam/purlin, stud wall, drywall, ceiling and acoustical applications.
Acoustical For fast installations of electrical components and lighting fixtures from acoustical tee, see the following products.
Beam/Purlin From main structure on down, ERICO has "lightweight" - heavyweights to support you right from the top.
CADDY® ALL-IN-ONE Electrical Assemblies CADDY® ALL-IN-ONE electrical assemblies combine the electrical box, support bracket, mud ring, far-side support and ground wire pigtail into a single solution that is ready to use right out of the box.
CADDY® SPEED LINK SLK with Y-Hook The CADDY® SPEED LINK SLK system provides a versatile overhead support solution that is easy to adjust and installs quickly to almost any structure. The system supports a wide range of applications.
CADDY® SPEED LINK Universal Support System CADDY® SPEED LINK is a universal support system guaranteed to reduce installation time. A cost-effective alternative to threaded rod, strut and strut nuts, this innovative system has the versatility to meet virtually all your support needs.
Ceiling/Partitions Push on or snap on - you'll find some unusual applications for CADDY Fasteners in this section that will eliminate your high-cost hang-ups.
Conduit/Cable CADDY Fasteners have the most comprehensive line of conduit, ENT and flexible cable support.
Datacomm ERICO services the communications market cable support systems and faceplate brackets for Category 3 voice networks as well as for high-speed Category 5e and 6 cabling infrastructures.
Drywall You'll have to agree we have "Just the Right Fastener" for old work or correcting minor installation problems after reviewing the following pages.
Hangers Need a "portable hole?" No problem - you'll find it here along with many other rod/wire and strap hangers.
Miscellaneous Components "Hang It Faster, Firmer - at Less Cost" is what we said in 1960 and it's still true today. This area contains some of the first fasteners ever made - and they're still being used over 40 years later