Hang it with Confidence with Balt Cubicle Board Hangers

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I am always on the lookout for any office accessory which can make my life easier while at work. When it comes to hanging things in a cubicle there are many different cubicle accessories which you can use to do the job. I wrote about using T-Pins in an office to hang anything from your cubicle walls in this article. It is a really great option and a very reasonably-priced one too.

Another great option especially if you want to hang something like a bulletin board or a white board is to use Balt Cubicle Board Hangers. They are made specifically for a cubicle wall as are many of the products that I have reviewed on this site including my flat panel monitor cubicle hanger, my note rail that I wrote about here, and historically one of the most popular item on this site my cubicle shelf. You can check out all of the cubicle wall accessories I have reviewed by clicking here.

Getting back to the Balt Cubicle Board Hangers, these are versatile hangers in that they fit perfectly for a cubicle wall measuring 1.75″ – 2.5” in thickness. I must tell you that those measurements pretty much span the gamut of cubicle wall thicknesses so unless your cubicle wall is greater than 2.5” or less than 1.75” these hangers will work for you. All you do is hold them up to your cubicle wall to get a tight fit and insert the screw with a Philips screwdriver and you are in business with a very sturdy cubicle wall hanger. These will do the job if you are putting up a picture, poster, white board, or bulletin board.

Please check out the detailed images below of me setting up the hangers on my cubicle wall.

Assembling and Hanging the Balt Cubicle Board Hangers

(Click on any of the images below for a larger view)

RIght out of the package
Right out of the package.
Top of hanger pops open
Top of hanger pops open.
Hanger adjusts to fit snug to the cubicle wall.
Hanger adjusts to fit snug to the cubicle wall.
Hangers secure on cubicle walls ready for hanging.
Hangers secure on cubicle walls ready for hanging.
Pieces of hangers on desktop
Unassembled contents on desktop.
Hanger slides into adjustable slot
Hanger slides into adjustable slot.
Tighten screw with Philips screwdriver.
Tighten screw with Philips screwdriver.
These hangers are not only meant for white boards!
These hangers are not only meant for white boards!

I just don't happen to have a white board to hang at the moment but,believe me, these are really strong hangers for any type of poster, white board, cork board, or any item that you are looking to hang in your office cubicle.

Features of the Balt Cubicle Board Hangers

  • Product Dimensions – 2.8 x 0.6 x 4.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight – 3.2 ounces
  • Adjusts to accommodate wall thicknesses from 1 3/4″ to 2 1/2″.
  • Hang a whiteboard, cork board, or framed artwork with ease.
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If you are looking for a reasonable option to hang anything in your office cubicle, these Balt Cubicle Board Hangers could just be the perfect solution for you! If you have any questions please leave it in the comments or use my Contact Me page.

10 thoughts on “Hang it with Confidence with Balt Cubicle Board Hangers”

    • Hi Veronica,
      Any chance you could email me a pic of the privacy screen? Is it just like a curtain? I just having a hard time picturing it. T-pins may work. There’s an article I wrote on them on this site. You can use the search box for T-pins. These balt board hangers may also work. You can send an image directly to me at bob@cubiclebliss.com. We’ll figure something out. I’d love to hear more about the privacy screen. Is it purchased or homemade?
      Best,
      Bob

    • Hi Kathy,
      Would it be possible to send me a picture of the back of the whiteboard so I know what they have for hanging purposes? You can send directly to my email bob@cubiclebliss.com. Then I’ll have a better idea.

      I would imagine that a combination of cubicle hooks shown in #4 in this article might just do the trick if you could send me a pic. Those cubicle hooks should hold a fairly heavy item.

      Best,
      Bob

      Thanks,
      Bob

        • Hi Kathy,
          It’s hard to tell how wide the edge of the whiteboard is from the pictures. Would you say about a 1/2 inch or more?

          Bob

          • Hi Kathy,
            I sent along an option that I think might work using large binder clips and panel wire hooks. You would hang the binder clips from the panel wire hooks as seen in this article holding up a calendar. Depending on how thick the whiteboard is I think it would work and you may even have everything in your office without having to buy anything. Let me know if it works!

            T-Pins might also be an option as I show in this article. It is #1 in the article and there is also a video.

            Best,
            Bob

          • Thank you for the ideas! My fear is the weight of the whiteboard (about 11 pounds). I will try the binder clips and let you know!

          • Hi Kathy,
            I don’t think that 11 pounds is that heavy especially if you have 3 or 4 on top grabbing onto the board. At the bottom you could even use some T-Pins to stabilize the board like I do in the video at the end of this article with the poster. You’d be surprised how strong the T-pins are if you angle them slightly and go all the way into the walls.

            Let me know if it works!

            Best,
            Bob

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