Outer Corner Base Y Shape - Fascia - Glass Balustrade
90° Outer Corner ´Y´ Base Channel Profile for Frameless Pro Glass Balustrade
Outer Corner Base Profile - Y Shape - Frameless Pro Glass Balustrade
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|Manufactured from aluminium.|
|Anodised stainless steel effect finish.|
|Corner angle of 90°.|
|Adjustable Safety Wedge Kits available separately.|
|High performance Anchor Bolts available separately.|
|120mm x 10mm Wood Screws for timber* mounting available separately.|
90° Outer Corner ´Y´ Shaped Base Profile with U-shaped Glass Channel.
Aluminium construction with an anodised stainless steel effect finish, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Can be mounted up to 70mm above the mounting surface.
Will accept mono and laminated glass thickness of 12mm - 21.52mm.
Pre-drilled with two 14mm mounting holes.
The clever connector pin system allows perfect alignment to compatible base profiles (Extra pins available separately).
Integrated water drainage channels.
Suitable for mounting onto concrete, masonry and timber*.
Combine with the Adjustable Safety Wedge Kit to allow for glass adjustment in every direction by up to 10 mm - from inside the balustrade.
Important:If installing onto timber* please take advice from an engineer or structural specialist.
The Essential Partner
High Performance Anchor Bolt, Hexagon head,
Typical Fascia Mounting ´Y´ Shaped Frameless Pro Glass Balustrade Components
Installation Advice - Frameless Pro Glass Balustrade
Video: Fascia Mount 'Y' Shaped Frameless Pro Glass Balustrade Installation - S3i Group
Fascia Mount 'Y' Shaped Frameless Pro Glass Balustrade Installation Advice. An easy to understand guide to fitting 'Y' Shaped fascia mounting glass balustrade with the Frameless Pro glass channel system.
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Outer Corner Connection Advice - Fascia Mount Frameless Pro Glass Balustrade
´Y´ shaped base profiles are joined together using three pin connectors at each end, simply insert pins into your first profile and tap into place with a rubber hammer. You can position and push your next base profile onto the pins.