Reminiscent of similar design Grid Hook Backplates, this Waterfall J-Hook for Pegboard is Wire creation. That means no separate operation for stamping flat metal backplates, then merging the frontwire with the backplate in a yet another manufacturing operation. Advanced wire forming equipment is multi-slide multi-feed allowing individual wire elements to be created and welded in a single, albeit intricate, operation. Was this particular All Wire Hook formed thusly? Maybe not, it does after all include metal plate label holders. Is it cheaper than an identical hook with a flat metal backplate instead? I only take the pretty hook pictures and suggest insights. For price, call your wireform manufacturer. And then have him go the extra mile and suggest a better solution for your particular need, if one exists.

For Heavy-Duty Backplates SEE…
Wide-Stance Circular-Shape Backplates
Oversize Backplates Compared
Heavy-Duty Backplates for Macho Tools
Broad Stance All Wire Backplate
Fixturing Unbalanced Packages
Drop-Arm Scan Hook for Pegboard
Fixture Faces Aisles Traffic Diagonally
Drop-Arm Hook is Reinforced
Triple Threat Utility Hook
Merchandising Shovels as Fun
Drink in the View of You
Super-Duty All Wire Backplate
Interchangeable Fixture Parts

For other pivotal backplate discussions SEE…
Backplate Kaizen at Work
Interchangeable Fixture Parts
Straight-Entry Backplate Benefits
Comparative Quality of Hooks

To compare with All Wire and other Grid Hooks SEE…
Green Grid Hosts All Wire Hooks
Grid Backplates: Metal Plate vs Open Wire
Diagonal Grid With Custom Hooks
Curved Grid and Curved Grid Hooks
V-Back Loop Hook for Grid
V-Back Grid Display Hook” and
V-Back vs Flatback Grid Hook.”