Wrought Iron Style Exterior Handrail on Two Pivoting Side Bolt Posts - Adjustable - 1.6m long

Angle of the handrail can be adjusted to fit the gradient of your steps
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Crafted in Sussex
Wrought Iron Style
Zinc primed and powder coated gloss black
Wrought Iron Style Exterior Handrail on Two Pivoting Side Bolt Posts These versatile handrails are an affordable DIY method of adding a handrail to your property. The handrail pivots on the two posts, this allows the handrail to be installed down a slope, on uneven ground or down a small flight of steps. The handrail is designed to sit at approx 90cm high, the ideal height for holding onto. These handrails are designed to be bolted to a wall, typically that form a set of steps or stairs. Please note that if you have paving slabs on your steps that protrude over the edge of your wall you will not be able to install side bolting posts without cutting out a section of the slab as the posts are designed to bolt to the wall and sit flush against it. Zinc primed and powder coated gloss black - the zinc provides protection against rust whilst the powder coating provides a smooth finish. Specification Top handrail - 40mm x 12mm convex half moon solid bar Posts - 40mm x 40mm box section The handrail extends 20cm beyond the post at each end. Therefore a 1.2m long handrail will consist of 20cm of handrail, then a post 4cm with 72cm of handrail between the two posts, a second post 4cm, with a further 20cm protruding at the other side of the post. The side bolting post is 125cm long. The handrail is then secured on top which adds approx. 2cm to the height. There are two holes drilled in the posts. The first hole is drilled 6cm up from the bottom and the second hole is drilled 20.5cm up from the bottom. The posts are drilled all the way through, there is a 12mm hole one side, for securing to the wall and a 25mm hole the other to fit a socket through. Two black plastic plugs are supplied to cover the fixing holes once the post has been installed. M10 thunder bolts are supplied for fixing the post to a brick or concrete wall.

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Wrought Iron Style Exterior Handrail on Two Pivoting Side Bolt Posts - Adjustable - 1.6m long
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wrought-Iron-Exterior-Handrail-Pivoting/dp/B01MSF3W6U?psc=1&SubscriptionId=AKIAJOF43QDA3QLOVLJQ&tag=wwwcamratecom-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B01MSF3W6U Angle of the handrail can be adjusted to fit the gradient of your steps
Fixings Included
Crafted in Sussex
Wrought Iron Style
Zinc primed and powder coated gloss black
Wrought Iron Style Exterior Handrail on Two Pivoting Side Bolt Posts These versatile handrails are an affordable DIY method of adding a handrail to your property. The handrail pivots on the two posts, this allows the handrail to be installed down a slope, on uneven ground or down a small flight of steps. The handrail is designed to sit at approx 90cm high, the ideal height for holding onto. These handrails are designed to be bolted to a wall, typically that form a set of steps or stairs. Please note that if you have paving slabs on your steps that protrude over the edge of your wall you will not be able to install side bolting posts without cutting out a section of the slab as the posts are designed to bolt to the wall and sit flush against it. Zinc primed and powder coated gloss black - the zinc provides protection against rust whilst the powder coating provides a smooth finish. Specification Top handrail - 40mm x 12mm convex half moon solid bar Posts - 40mm x 40mm box section The handrail extends 20cm beyond the post at each end. Therefore a 1.2m long handrail will consist of 20cm of handrail, then a post 4cm with 72cm of handrail between the two posts, a second post 4cm, with a further 20cm protruding at the other side of the post. The side bolting post is 125cm long. The handrail is then secured on top which adds approx. 2cm to the height. There are two holes drilled in the posts. The first hole is drilled 6cm up from the bottom and the second hole is drilled 20.5cm up from the bottom. The posts are drilled all the way through, there is a 12mm hole one side, for securing to the wall and a 25mm hole the other to fit a socket through. Two black plastic plugs are supplied to cover the fixing holes once the post has been installed. M10 thunder bolts are supplied for fixing the post to a brick or concrete wall.

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