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COVID-19 (Sep 2020) : Orders are still being sent to all parts of Australia (including Melbourne), but there may
be slight delivery delays due to restrictions that freight companies are currently dealing with.

80mm Hollow Handrail Bracket - Curved Cradle (Satin 304) Satin 304 Stainless

80mm Hollow Handrail Bracket - Curved Cradle (Satin 304)
80mm Hollow Handrail Bracket - Curved Cradle (Satin 304)_180mm Hollow Handrail Bracket - Curved Cradle (Satin 304)_2
IF456XS4H Material:  Satin 304 Stainless
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We deliver all over Australia. We are located in Adelaide. Our only retail outlet is in Adelaide.

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Where would you normally use this handrail bracket ?
It is hollow, allowing for electrical cable to be passed through it.
It can therefore be used in situations where electricity is required to powerup lights on the underside of a handrail mounted to a wall.
Please note that this handrail bracket is NOT load bearing, and should NOT be used as the 1st or last bracket of a handrail.
This bracket should only be used in conjunction with IF456XS4.

What is the bracket made from ?
304 Stainless Steel in a Satin finish.
This bracket is for INTERIOR use.

What are the important dimensions ?
Distance from the wall to the centre of the handrail is 80mm.
Diameter of the round plate that fixes to the wall is 55mm.
Diameter of the inside of the tuber (where the electrical cable will pass through) is 10mm.
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 ?
The plate that the handrail is fixed to is curved; which will suit any of our fully round handrails that are between 40 and 60mm in diameter.

How does it fix to the wall ?
It uses 3 screws (supplied) to fix into timber or into a plastic plug (not supplied) if fixing to brick.
There are multiple holes for the screws to fit into so as to allow for the best fit of the bracket to the wall.
The cover plate fits snuggly to the backing plate.