Instructions | Modern Stainless Steel Railing & Handrail of Cable & Glass

Instructions

How to install Stainless Steel Railing System *

Whether you are contractor or a DIY, the installation project of Stainless Steel Cable Railing System or Stainless Steel Glass Railing System is made substantially easier when following the detailed instructions below. We do provide complete parts related to your cable and glass systems, on the other hand customers have to choose the correct mounting hardware, like bolts, that suits the base surface that can range from wood, concrete or steel. The recommended height of handrails is in between 34 and 38 inches. osha.gov website link .

How to mount the bar holder

How to use the rivet nut tool

Installing Stainless Steel End Cap

Installing Stainless Steel Wood Handrail without a Bracket

Installing Stainless Steel Handrail Bracket Square Pyramid

Installing Stainless Steel Handrail Bracket Square

Installing Stainless Steel Handrail Bracket Dome Adjustable

Stairs Railing Installation

Installing Stainless Steel Railing Posts with Glass Clamps

Installing Stainless Steel Railing Posts with Cable Tensioners

Installing Stainless Steel Gate with Glass Insert

Maintaining Stainless Steel surface

Cleaning Stainless Steel surface from Scotch marks

Installing Stainless Steel handrails

Installing Stainless Steel fork swageless terminal

Cable Tensioners

Cable Tensioners 2

Crimping/Swagging Cable Tensioner

Cutting Stainless Steel tubing

Installing Stainless Steel Post with Rivet Nuts

Installing Stainless Steel Square Handrail Bracket Adjustable

Stairs Details Measurements

Allowable Opening, Maximum

International Building Code - IBC 2000

4" sphere – general – to a height of 34"; 6" sphere – at triangle formed by riser, tread and bottom rail; 8" sphere from a height of 34" to 42" Exceptions: 21" sphere for elevated walk for electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems and Group I-3, F, H, or S occupancies, balusters, horizontal intermediate rails or other construction.

International Building Code - IBC 2003

In areas which are not open to the public within occupancies in Group I-3, F, H or S, balusters, horizontal intermediate rails or other construction shall not permit a sphere with a diameter of 21 inches (533 mm) to pass through any opening. In assembly seating areas, guards at the end of aisles where they terminate at a fascia of boxes, balconies and galleries shall have balusters or ornamental patterns such that a 4-inch-diameter (102 mm) sphere cannot pass through any opening up to a height of 26 inches (660 mm). From a height of 26 inches (660 mm) to 42 inches (1067mm) above the adjacent walking surfaces, a sphere 8 inches (203 mm) in diameter shall not pass.
 
International Residential Code - IRC 2012 Guards link http://publicecodes.citation.com/icod/irc/2012/icod_irc_2012_3_sec012.htm


* It's the customer's responsibility to comply to local, national and international building codes. Inline Design is providing the information on this page as-is and is not liable for any damage caused by using this information.

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