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Flat Bar Intermediate Post with 11 Holes - Satin


Material: Satin 316 Stainless

Original price $61.60 - Original price $61.60
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$61.60 - $61.60
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Where would you normally use an intermediate stainless steel post?
To structurally support a wire cable balustrade on a deck or balcony.
On a wire balustrade, you need to have a support post approximately every 1.5 metres (when using a 3.2mm wire cable).
The minimalist look of the intermediate post allows you to space your major posts every 3 metres, with the intermediate post going in between.
The T plate at the top and bottom of the post is not able to be put on an angle, which means that this post can ONLY be used for flat (horizontal) balustrade.

What handrail can be used with this post?
The balustrade must be 1m in height (measured from the deck to the top of the handrail). This post is 960mm, so the handrail must be flat and be a minimum of 40mm thick and 30mm wide. (The flat plate on the top and bottom comes pre-drilled and is 30mm wide and 60mm long.)

Does it come pre-drilled?
Yes, there are 11 holes each of 8mm in diameter. They are spaced 80mm apart so as to conform to regulations for wire cable balustrades.

What is it made out of?
316 Stainless Steel in a Satin Finish.

What are the important dimensions?
Height: 960mm
Post Body: 30mm wide x 5mm thick
T piece (top and bottom) : 30mm wide x 60mm long
Diameter of holes: 8mm (11 holes spaced 80mm apart)
Please refer to the CAD drawing for more info

How should you fasten it to the ground/deck?
Due to the large number of surfaces that the post could be fixed to, we do not supply any fasteners.
We suggest that you speak to a local hardware store for more info.

Cleaning & Maintenance

Without regular cleaning and maintenance discolouration of the surface of the stainless steel by corrosion (tea staining) can occur.

How to reduce the risk of tea staining

  • Absence of corrosives – especially salt, chlorine, cleaning acids etc.
  • Atmospheric Conditions – lower temperatures and low humidity are better.
  • Surface orientation – Open exposure to rain washing is better
  • Surface Finish – In general a smoother finish is better. where practical mirror polish finish may perform better than a brushed finish.
  • Chemical cleanliness or passivation of the surface improves corrosion resistance
  • Appropriate grade selection for conditions
  • Regular Maintenance to limit the accumulation of corrosives

Stainless steel cleaning schedule

The frequency of cleaning will vary depending on environmental factors i.e. proximity to the ocean, atmospheric and urban conditions. Below is intended as a guide and should be varied as required. We recommend using peek stainless steel polish for maintenance.

Environment Distance from Coastline Cleaning Schedule
Clean inland environment 20km + Every 10 - 12 Months
Moderate urban or coastal environment 1-5km Every 4 - 6 Months
Harsh urban or coastal environment < 500m Every 2 - 3 Months
Severe coastal/ marine environment < 500m Every 1 - 2 Weeks
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