Handrail supports made of stainless steel are suitable for fastening handrails and railing posts and can be screwed to the wall or railing using a threaded hole. Our handrail brackets are available in different versions:
- With bend and screw
- For square posts with straight and curved plate
- With cover rosette
- In straight design
- With screw-on plate
What should you pay attention to when fixing stainless steel handrail supports?
Stainless steel handrail supports should only be mounted with stainless steel screws to prevent rust formation. In order to fasten the screw completely straight, we recommend that you pre-drill the holes in the wall or railing. The ideal height for fixing the handrail support is 90 mm. The distance between several handrail supports should be between 800 and 900 mm. Handrail supports with screw-on plates can either be welded or drilled. Since the screw-on plate already has holes drilled in it, assembly is done in no time at all.
What are the advantages of a stainless steel handrail support from rapa GmbH?
Our stainless steel handrail supports have the following advantages:
- Can be used outdoors and indoors
- Resistance to weathering and corrosion
- Short delivery times due to production in Germany
- Easy care and long service life
- Stainless steel of V2A or V4A quality is rustproof and acid-resistant
- Different dimensions available for round, flat and square tubes
- Suitable for facilities with high hygiene standards
What are the properties of the stainless steels V2A and V4A?
VA is the abbreviation for "trial austenite" and was named numerically sorted during the manufacturing tests. Two well-known metallic materials are V2A and V4A stainless steel. They are also called stainless steel, inox or stainless. V2A stainless steel is alloyed with nickel and chromium, V4A additionally consists of molybdenum. More than half of all stainless steels belong to the group of V2A stainless steels, such as railings and sinks. This material is often used because it is easy to polish and weld. V4A, on the other hand, is more resistant to corrosion and is therefore often used in the chemical industry. Both stainless steels are resistant to high temperatures of up to 600 °C. They can be machined and shaped well. They can be easily machined and shaped. That is why handrail supports made of stainless steel are often used in stair and railing construction.
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