Fisher Alvin carry a full range of key clamps and galvanized steel tube range from 26.9mm diameter up to 60.9mm. Whilst all variations are available, we do find that the majority of our shop fit range tends to be in our size 6, 33.7mm. This is due to the overall look and the suitability in terms of clothes hangers and shelving.
If you know exactly what you are looking for simply select the items below and indicate how many you require and we will respond to you with a fully itemized quote including delivery direct to you or the shop within one hour during normal working hours. For enquiries placed after 5pm and at weekends we will respond to you by 10.00am on the next working day.
The following are our key products in the range, please select the size 6, 33.7mm range of fittings for Shop Fit Clamp applications.
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.
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.
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)
Provides a three way 90º corner joint. Used frequently for a top rail 90º turn where a post is present. Compliment this with A20 for a lower rail. Also used for corner joints on structures such as work benches, tables etc.
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.
Used for a 90º connection of a lower rail(s) to an intermediate vertical post, the vertical post must remain continuous while the rail is joined in each side of the clamp. Usually complimented with the A4 when used for guardrailing.
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.
Gives 90º crossover joint. Used in guardrail installations. Rails are passed through in long lengths and joined using the A8 or A9. Can be used for connection of a horizontal racking member to a vertical support, garment rails etc.
Offset handrail spigot clamp accepts tube through top of the ‘T’, the spigot inserts directly into another clamp. Used for off setting rail from a post, can be rotated through 360°. Used with A6 and A2. Also use with A10 for wall mounted rail.
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.
This clamp is a variant of the A38 where the flange is flush with the edge of the clamp. This allows the user to attach sheets of wood metal or glass to a structure without the need to cut it to fit within the tubes. Typical uses include fixings for kick-boards, steps and work surfaces
This clamp is a variant of the A36 where the flange is flush with the edge of the clamp. This allows the user to attach sheets of wood metal or glass to a structure without the need to cut it to fit within the tubes. Typical uses include fixings for kick-boards, steps and work surfaces
Used for the added support of a clamp that may be subject to severe loading, in excess of the maximum permitted slip load of it's socket set screws, on racking etc. Can support another clamp, which doesn't have it's socket screw tightened.
This clamp is generally used on a vertical post where chain is connected for an access opening in a guardrail. The chain is easily removed from the A64, use an A36 and a ‘D’ shackle for the opposite end connection.