Fascia Mount (Inverse) Base Channel - Easy Glass Up
Aluminium Fascia Mounting Base Profile to sit neatly inside Parapet Walls
Slim and unobtrusive frameless glass balustrade channel, offering minimal base with maximum transparency.
Fascia Mount Base Channel - Easy Glass Up
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|Manufactured from aluminium.|
|Brushed anodized finish.|
|Rubber and Wedge Kits for 12-17.52mm glass required.
|Anchor Bolts for masonry mounting available separately.|
'Easy Glass Up' fascia mount base profile with U-shaped channel to accept glass panels up to a height of 800mm.
Designed for mounting onto the inside of walls.
Slim profile design of 53mm width and 91mm height.
Supplied in lengths of 5000mm, suitable for trimming to size.
Aluminium with a brushed anodized finish.
Strong and hard-wearing, perfect for both indoor and outdoor use.
Pre-drilled with 14mm mounting holes at a spacing of 200mm, allowing for fewer anchors.
Will accept mono and laminated glass thickness of 12mm - 17.52mm.
Simply combine with the appropriate Rubber and Wedge Kit for perfect glass positioning and security.
Supplied with 6 connecting pins for connection of corner profiles.
|Lengths over 1.5 metres will attract a delivery surcharge of £19.99 inc VAT.
This applies to the United Kingdom only.
|Lengths over 1.1 metres are not eligible for international delivery.
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Typical Components for Installation
The Essential Partners
Rubber and Wedge Kit required for a secure fixing and perfect alignment of balustrade glass infill. Easy to use kits that can be trimmed to length.
High Performance Anchor Bolt in 316 grade stainless steel, for mechanical mounting onto concrete and masonry.
Anchor with Allen Head Bolt in 316 grade stainless steel, for chemical mounting onto concrete and masonry.
Mounting AdviceAny quoted figures about the performance of these products relate to installing into concrete.
Please take advice from an engineer or specialist when installing into any other material, such as timber.