Where would you normally use handrail brackets for glass ?
To fix a piece of handrail to toughened glass ranging from 10 to 15mm thick.
What is the bracket made from ?
316 Stainless Steel in a Satin finish.
This bracket is for EXTERIOR or INTERIOR use.
What are the important dimensions ?
Distance from the glass to the centre of the handrail is 80mm.
Diameter of the round plate that fixes to the glass is 50mm.
The sliding stem has a maximum slide of approx 40mm.
Spacing between brackets depends a lot on the type of handrail and timber you use; but anywhere from 900 to 1500mm is a good guide.
Do all of the handrails that we sell work with it ?
Yes, as the bracket is supplied with 3 different cradles. 1 to suit 50mm round handrail, 1 to suit 38mm round handrail and 1 to suit flat handrail.
How does it fix to the glass ?
The base screws off allowing the end of the bracket (13mm diameter) to fit into a hole that would need to be drilled into the glass. You would then screw the base back on until tight.
To protect the glass, plastic rubbers are supplied with the bracket.