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Modular Handrail Designs, LLC
2031 Carolina Place Drive
Fort Mill, SC  29708
info@railing-designs.com

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Stainless Steel Vertical Rod Railing System

Rod Rail

See Components Diagram

railing features1.9" ř Top Cap and Posts, 13 Gauge Wall
railing featuresVertical Rods Infill - 7/16", Solid Stainless
railing featuresOpen End Rod Holders
railing featuresDouble Rod Holders
railing featuresRod Holders Mount With 1/4-20 Flathead
railing featuresMounting Screws Included
railing featuresDrill Size: #7 (0.201)
railing featuresMirror Finish Only
railing features
Side and Top Mounted
COMPONENTS USED IN THIS DESIGN:  CLICK COMPONENT FOR DETAILS
Purchaser responsible for ensuring that desired parts and application meet load requirements.


 

PLEASE NOTE:  We do not sell our railing systems "by the section".  You must purchase all components required to build your railing section(s), based on the size and installation requirements of your particular project.  We do not sell standard-sized sections of our modular railings.  They do not come pre-assembled.

 

Finish:  All railing systems and components are polished to a #8, mirror finish.  Our products are solid stainless steel, and may be re-polished to your preferred finish.  However, we do not provide re-polishing services.

We do not stock any alternate finishes.

Post Spacing:  We recommend 42" to 48".

Tube Cutting:  We will provide posts cut to your custom size specifications for $5.00 per cut - for straight and/or mitered cuts, plus deburring. Just add your preferred, cut lengths in the "Ordering Instructions" box when checking out.

Tube Cutting Procedures:  Stainless steel tubing should be cut at a slow rotational speed.  At Modular Handrail Designs, we use Kasto cold saws with carbide-tipped saw blades at 24 RPM.  If you are using an abrasive saw, please be aware that it will generate a lot of heat between the tubing and cutting blade.  The heat produced by this process will discolor the stainless tubing, and will require polishing.  The polishing can be done using a polishing pad and rouge compound.  In general, chop saws and compound miter saws operate at a lower RPM than miter saws.  The lower the RPM, the better the resulting cut.

Infill Panels:  We do not offer glass or stainless steel infill panels.  It is incumbent upon the purchaser to arrange for their infill panels to be made at or before the time of purchasing the railing system.  Our railing systems accommodate 3/8" and 1/2" infill panels.

Drill & Tap:  We do not offer drilling and tapping services.  For information about drill bit sizes, please click here.

Need a sample?  Click here to order a sample piece of tubing, or a piece of solid 7/16" stainless rod.

How to order?  Click here for complete ordering information.

 

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