This style Straight Entry Scan Hook is an industry standard and available from several domestic manufacturers plus I must assume from overseas. In almost two-decades in the fixture industry I have never seen a double-lug failure like this. But in any event, dealing with reputable sources and requesting samples for store testing can help avoid this in your store. CLICK the thumbnail for a tight shot of the tines.

To see this plastic backplate in use VISIT…
Straight-Entry Marquees Items
Straight-Entry All Wire Dividers
Slot Bar Mounted Over Slot Wall” and
Periscope Hooks Expand Display

To consider this hook with a metal backplate, SEE…
Rulers Sold on Hooks
Hook Slip Striaght into Slots

For other examples of plastic fixture failure SEE…
”Plastic Corrugated Hook Failure in POP
Plastic Grid Hooks Fail
Diving Board Effect in Jewelry
Hook has Two Monkey Load Limit
Plastic T-Hook on a Tilt
Plastic Hooks Beyond Limits” and
Label Strip Old Before Its Time

For noteworthy fixture failures see…
Gondola Base Deck Takes a Hit” (This Post)
Aluminum Boxer-Style Hook Failure
Misshapen Aluminum Hooks
Malleable Aluminum Grid Hooks
So Sorry. Aluminum Hook in Play
Faceout Failure on Slatwire
Failed Reverse Waterfall Hook
How to Avoid Frontwire Sag
Plastic Grid Hooks Fail
Rare Hook Lug Failure
Hook Lug Failure Redux
Plastic Hook Innovates But Falls Short
Hook has Two Monkey Load Limit
Plastic Hooks Beyond Limits
Anti-Theft Fixture Failure
Productstop Fails Christmas Crush
Label Holder Wrecks Store Image
Sidesaddle Label Holder Fails
Ideas Wanted: Retail Guard Rail

For a visual Pinterest Board summary see…
Failures in Fixtures

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