Bar Railing Bracket - Ball End Pillar - Anthracite
End Post Support with Ball Design in Polished Anthracite Finish for Bar Railing Tube
Bar railing bracket for terminating 38.1mm Ø tube, PVD coated to a very dark grey (near-black) finish.
Bar Railing Bracket - Ball End Pillar
|Code||Price (inc VAT)||Quantity|
|38.1mm Ø Tube||Anthracite||38.1||48||70||70||97||11.0601.038.26||£23.33|
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Zamak Construction - PVD Coating
Zamak is a family of alloys with a base metal of zinc with elements of aluminium, magnesium and copper.
PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) coatings are usually harder and more corrosion resistant than coatings applied by electroplating and tend to have high temperature and good impact strength, excellent abrasion resistance and durability.
Key Features :
|To fit 38.1mm diameter tube.|
|Countersunk screws are supplied for installation.|
|For installation you will require a few simple household tools.|
End post bracket to accept 38.1mm (1.5 inch) diameter tube, suitable for attaching to the upper side of counters and bars to provide a strong and secure grab/handrail support.
Manufactured from Zamak with a PVD coating to give a hard-wearing anthracite finish.
Suitable for indoor use only.
Two countersunk fixing points for secure attachment.
Screw fixings supplied for direct installation on to hardwood surfaces.
Quick and easy installation with the use of a few household tools
Tubular rail is held firmly in place using a grub screw mechanism situated on the under side of the mount.
Designed for use on horizontal surfaces only. Do Not use as a handrail wall bracket.
We would always recommend spacing bar railing brackets no more than 700 mm apart.
Bar railing brackets should only be matched with similar design style, ie: Ball Pillar to Ball Pillar, this is due to differing heights between styles.
1. Start by marking the fixing position of the end pillar and secure in place using the screws provided (you may wish to use your own screws dependent upon mounting surface).
Use a hex head key to release the grub screw situated on the underside of the mount and side your tube in to position.
2. Once tube is correctly positioned, simply re-tighten the grub screw to secure tube.