Where would you normally use handrail brackets ?
To fix a piece of handrail to a wall.
What is the bracket made from ?
Diecast Zinc Alloy that has then been Satin Powdercoated.
This bracket is recommended for INTERIOR USE ONLY.
What are the important dimensions ?
Distance from the wall to the centre of the handrail is 80mm.
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 ?
Despite the fact that the plate that the handrail goes onto is slightly curved; the curve is fairly shallow, so all of handrail designs will work without any problems.
How does it fix to the wall ?
It uses 3 screws (supplied) to fix into timber or into plastic plugs (not supplied) if fixing to brick.
The top 2 holes have been placed only 25mm apart so that it can still be fitted to 35mm thick timber that is commonly used on plasterboard (gyprock) walls.