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80mm Concealed Handrail Bracket - Curved Cradle (Satin)

SKU IF456XSSS-50

Material: Satin 316 Stainless

Original price $26.07 - Original price $26.07
Original price
$26.07
$26.07 - $26.07
Current price $26.07

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  • In stock
  • Ships from Adelaide

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Please select the correct cradle using the drop down below.

Description

The IF456XSSS is an exterior grade 80mm wall-mounted satin stainless steel handrail bracket with a curved cradle to suit round handrails.

The curved cradle is available in two different sizes, one to suit between 43mm and 51mm handrail, and another to suit 38mm diameter rail. Be sure to select the correct cradle from the drop-down menu prior to ordering.

This bracket is made from 316-grade marine stainless steel, so is therefore suitable for both interior and exterior use.

Product Dimensions

Distance from the wall to the centre of the handrail: 80mm.

Diameter of the round plate that fixes to the wall: 60mm.

Suggested spacing between handrail brackets:
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.

FAQs

Where would you normally use handrail brackets?
To fix a piece of handrail to a wall.

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

Which handrails are compatible with this bracket?
There are two cradle options for this bracket. One to suit a handrail with a diameter between 43mm and 51mm, and one to suit 38mm diameter rail. Be sure to choose the correct cradle type from the drop-down menu before adding to cart.

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

How does it fix to a timber handrail?
We recommend using timber screws (not provided)

How does it fix to a stainless steel handrail?

We recommend using pop rivets (not provided)