One Gang Box and Sleeve




  • Sleeve ensures complete enclosures regardless of the thickness of substrate
  • No Need to know substrate thickness during rough-in
  • No box extension required
  • Internal hole cutting guide eliminates tool wander
  • Box installed flush with stud, unlike conventional boxes which sit proud, eliminates tension on drywall during cutting means:
  •      - No final corner drywall damage
         - No need to tighten drywall screws after cutting
         - No drywall screw pop if not tightened
         - No proud drywall screwed if not tightened
    No repair required due to the above.
  • No need to know the wall and cladding thickness during rough in
  • No Need to add extension ring
  • Sleeve can be adjusted if wall substrate thickness changes
  • For 1/4 inch and 1 1/4 inch wall thickness
  • Line voltage device 1 gang box
  • Stud and/or sill plate mount
  • Internal guide for rotary cutting tool
  • Barbed 1 gang sleeve push installs through wall substrates 1/4 inch to 1 1/4 inch thick
  • Sleeve ratchet threads receive device screws
  • Sleeve and box sandwhich wall substrate for solid installation



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    One/Two Gang Bracket and Sleeve




  • Less SKUs and inventory
  •      - one sleeve replaces multiple mud rings
         - line and low voltage use same bracket and sleeve
         - no extension rings
  • No Need to know substrate thickness during rough-in
  • No box extension required
  • Internal hole cutting guide eliminates tool wander
  • During drywall installation and cutting, the bracket, mounted flush with the stud, eliminates tension on drywall conventionally present with mud rings - resulting in the following benefits:
  •      - No final corner drywall damage
         - No need to tighten drywall screws after cutting
         - No drywall screw pop if not tightened
         - No proud drywall screwed if not tightened
    No repair required due to the above.
  • No need to know the wall and cladding thickness during rough in
  • No Need to add extension ring
  • Sleeve depth can be adjusted if wall substrate thickness changes - drywall does not need to be removed and replaced, as is often the case conventionally, if an alternate depth mud ring is required.
  • For 1/4 inch and 1 1/4 inch wall thickness
  • Line voltage – add 4 11/16” square box (conventional)
  • Stud and/or sill plate mount
  • Internal guide for rotary cutting tool
  • Sleeve and Bracket sandwich wall substrate for solid installation without standoff
  • Vertical or horizontal device orientation

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    Resilient Channels




    Ceiling brackets and rails to simplify the installation of pot lights, enabling them to be “dropped in place” and allowing adjustment along a second axis.

    Vapor barriers for walls and ceilings




    Easy-to-install ceiling vapor barriers which can also be used as dust and sound barriers. e.g. pot lights, speakers, fans etc.

    Recessed Light Fixture Arms




    Screwless lighting fixture support for recessed lighting fixture. Allows for temporary support of light fixture during lighting layout stage and can be securely positioned with hinged locking elements.

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    Brainwave. Brainwave logo designs, For Contractors By Contractors, Snappy Brackets, Snappy Frames and Snappy Barriers are Trademarks of Brainwave Research Corporation. Multiple Patents Pending.

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