Used to carry handrails along walls or fix structures back to walls. Tube passes through in long lengths, can be joined using the A8 or A9. Can be slid down a post and used for connecting a kick plate. Also for fixing hoardings, signs etc.
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)
Frequently used in structures that have many uprights, such as racking. This clamp ties a centre upright, which passes through the central hole, with four horizontal tubes. All connections are at 90º to each other.
Provides 90º ‘T’ connection between two tubes. Used for the joint between end post and lower rail(s) when handrail is straight and level. Also for a top ‘T’ joint on a guardrail. Cannot join tube in top of ‘T’, use the A4 when this is required.
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.