Provides a structural base plate for the support of a vertical post typically for a guardrail. Two socket set screws give a rigid structural fixing. Recommended that the fixing down bolts be in line with the applied load.(i.e 90º to the rails)
A four holed plate providing a rigid fixing for handrails that terminate on walls. Ideal for securing garment railing structures to ceilings etc. Not to be used as structural fixings for supporting a vertical post on guardrails. Use A12 for this.
Variable angle clamp enables tubes to be connected between angles 30º - 45º. Used for angled lower rail(s) joint to a vertical post on stairs. A3 can be used in association for top rail connection. A46 swivel clamp is an alternative.
Provides a rigid joint for two tubes of the same diameter. Joints to be 150mm to the nearest support. Do not use for joining two tubes subject to extreme loads, i.e. a vertical post member supporting a guardrail. Use A9 for a streamline joint.
Generally used in pairs (as shown). Allows angles between 90º - 180º. Used to change direction of rails in the same plane. Requires a central tube at the point of angle change. Consider the A7 as an alternative for the angle change.