Ezi-Crimp (Timber) Wire Balustrade System BS-EC1

Metal Hardware Supplies - Ezi-Crimp (Timber) Wire Balustrade System FAQ about this system:Can I install this system myself? Yes, even someone with no … Read more
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Metal Hardware Supplies - Ezi-Crimp (Timber) Wire Balustrade System

FAQ about this system:

Can I install this system myself? Yes, even someone with no experience can easily install all our wire balustrade systems. We even have simple step by step instructions available to view or download, click on the instructions tab for details.

Do I need any special tools?

Components Only: When installing the Pro-RodSert System you will require a HX-50 - Hex hand swaging tool to correctly swage the components to the wire and a pair of PL-10 Soft Jaw Pliers. You will also require common handyman tools such as an electric drill, drill bits and a hex head drive bit to install. We also recommend the use of a ProRig Multi Tool for easier installation.

What size and type of stainless steel wire do I use? This method is recommended for use with 3.2mm 1 x 19 - 316 grade stainless steel wire rope. This wire is the most functional for stainless steel wire balustrade systems due to its bright surface finish, attractive appearance, durability, strength and low stretch. To ensure a high quality finish to your balustrade we recommended the use of ultra high quality ProRig Wire Rope.

What spacing do I need between my wires? When using 3.2mm 1 x 19 stainless steel wire, you will usually need 80mm spacing (usually 11 runs) between your wires when using a standard one (1) meter high handrail (960mm to the underside) with 1200-1500mm post spacing. This is only a general guide, please visit our regulations section for detailed information on the current NCC Regulations.

Can I use this balustrade system on a stair or angled section? Yes, the Pro-RodSert System can be used on a stair or angled sections as long as the Threaded Inserts are inserted into your timber posts at the same angle as the stair or ramp section.  Please note: It is recommended you prepare a drilling jig to assist with drilling your pilot hole.

What size pilot hole should I drill for my Threaded Inserts? You will require a 9.5mm hole to a depth of at least 40mm. Countersink the hole using a CSK-12 ½ Inch Quickbit Countersink Bit to allow the threaded inserts to sit flush with your posts.

What is the maximum length run I can do? The Pro-RodSert System can easily span up to 10 meters. Tension rods can be used on each end to achieve longer runs. Please contact your supplier for recommendations prior to ordering.

What size hole should I drill through my intermediate posts? A 4mm hole through your intermediate posts will allow the wire rope to pass through. Please note: If you are using grommets, the required drill size is 11/32" at a depth of at least 10mm from each side.

Can I take my balustrade wire around corners? It is not possible with this system to take the balustrade wire around corners.

Can I use this system if I have timber posts? Yes.

Can I use this system if I have metal posts? No, however the ProRig Original Design PNS1 Pro-Nut System suits metal posts and will give your balustrade a similar look.