Gilpin Fairfield Railing Stair and Angle Brackets
- Aluminum Angle Bracket
- Attach to Posts or Walls
- For Fairfield Railing
- 6 Brackets Per Pack
- Additional information
Fairfield Railing Stair and Angle Brackets
Stair and angle railing brackets are used for connecting the Fairfield aluminum railing to posts or a wall. Angle brackets can only go in one direction, either up and down, or side to side. Manufacturing the aluminum brackets this way enables the bracket to lock into place. These brackets fit on an 2.5 x 2.5 sized post or wider and come 6 in a pack. One pack is required for each aluminum railing panel. Each bracket pack consists of two top rails, two middle rails, and two bottom rails. Most applications are used with aluminum posts, but customers have also used their own wooden posts. Each aluminum bracket has two screw holes on each side for added strength. Attaching the railing panel to a wall using these brackets will require a flat surface. Another option for stair applications is to use an installation spindle instead of brackets. Installation spindles look like one of the vertical pickets. Installation spindles should only be considered for areas that are not routinely used or have excessive pressure applied to the railing panel.
Installing Stair and Angle Brackets
Angle brackets are used for installing railing panels as stairs, or to angle a railing panel. Each bracket has two screw holes on each side for added strength. Attaching the railing panel to a wall using these brackets will require a flat surface. Self tapping screws are provided with the bracket pack to attach the railing panels to aluminum posts. You may need masonry screws if you are attaching railing panels to a hard surface such as a brick column. Each bracket slides onto the end of the breadloaf top rail, middle rail, and the bottom horizontal rail. When the railing panel is pushed against the post or wall, screw the bracket into place for a strong setting.
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