Mounting for Railings
Aluminum Railing Mounts for Various Applications
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Aluminum Tube Railings are installed with one or more of the standard mounted methods illustrated below:
5A RAIL MOUNT (Concrete)
The most popular method of installation in concrete slabs, curbs, retaining walls and stair treads. Holes are typically core-drilled, formed with preset block outs or preset sleeves of various types. ATR can provide standard bead-board (Styrofoam) block outs with any order using this method.
5B RAIL MOUNT (Base Plate to Concrete)
When concrete depth or embedded items require, this method offers quick installation of railing parts using drill-in anchors. The project engineer may require chemical anchors or embedded anchors.
5B RAIL BASEPLATE MOUNT (Wood/Metal)
When wood construction methods are utilized, base plates offer the most economical method of attaching the railing system to the walking surface, adjacent curb or other level surface. This method offers quick installation using lag bolts or through-bolts. The project engineer may require additional blocking and structural support.
5C MOUNT RAIL SYSTEM SIDE MOUNT (Wood/Concrete/Metal)
When construction methods require, various side mounted methods are available for attaching the railing system to the balcony, stringer or other vertical surface. This method offers quick installation using properly selected anchorage devices. The project engineer may require additional blocking and structural support.
5H RAIL MOUNT WALL ATTACHMENT (Wood/Concrete/Metal)
Railing system units may terminate with attachment to the vertical walls of the building. Standard design includes aluminum angle clips. Anchor type, backing and structural support are determined by the project engineer.
5K RAIL MOUNT (Wood/Concrete/Metal)
Standard brackets are machined from aluminum stock with adjustable saddles to assure proper alignment. Brackets are required at 48 in. o.c. max. Anchor type, backing and structural support are determined by the project engineer.