Model # 96058

Internet #204469318

Dolle Prova PA5 79 in. Stainless Steel Tube In-Fill
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Dolle

Prova PA5 79 in. Stainless Steel Tube In-Fill

$19392 /each

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Product Overview

The Prova railing system is a component based, easy to install, interior and exterior railing system. The system offers up to 18 different configurations. After choosing a post and handrail you should now choose an in-fill - this is a 3/8 in. Dia stainless steel tube. It comes in 79 in. lengths and can be joined together for longer runs. This package will include 8-tubes to run from post to post. Accessories to create angles, turns or mount to wall are also available.

  • 3/8 in. Dia hollow stainless steel tube in 79 in. L
  • Post spacing with this in-fill should be 39 in. apart
  • Will provide 8-rows of horizontal in-fill between posts
  • For the 36 in. high post, post sold separate
  • Recommended for exterior or interior use
  • Elbows can be used to make turns - sold separate
  • Tube can mounted to post or to the wall - both sold separate
  • Connectors to join tubes together to create longer runs are included in each package
  • Rubber end caps for each tube included in package
  • Care free maintenance
  • Tubes can be cut to size with a hacksaw or an angle grinder
  • All other accessories and options are sold separately
  • Easy assembly no special skills required, basic hand tools
  • Homeowner is responsible to verify code compliance
  • 4 in. o.c. spacing

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Customer Questions & Answers

How many does it include?

If I understand correctly it comes with eight (8) tubes to fill one section of the railing...correct?
Asked by: German
8 per pack. They should put that in the product description on the websit.
Answered by: bodygrace
Date published: 2017-01-01

Can it be used for stairs?

Asked by: Manolita
Yes. That's where ours is. The trick is getting the same height on each side if your house is older, as ours is.
Answered by: bodygrace
Date published: 2017-01-01
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Customer Reviews

Prova PA5 79 in. Stainless Steel Tube In-Fill is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Work great for my project. Tubing can be easily cut with a blade intended for metal. Descripti... Work great for my project. Tubing can be easily cut with a blade intended for metal. Description doesn't reflect the fact that 8 tubes are in each package which makes the price much better. Has been installed for several months and looks as good as the first day.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good looking railing, and do-it-yourself friendly I'm using the Prova system on the interior of a small house with short individual railing runs. Initially, I purchased just enough for the level run around one stair opening, and ordered it with the cable infill option. Then I decided to replace the cable with the tube infill, and I like its appearance much better. I think the tube is a much cleaner looking option for short runs, and it has the added benefit of not having to mess around with adjusting cable tension. I researched lots of metal railing systems before becoming aware of Prova, and I immediately realized that, unlike the others, Prova seems designed to be fairly easy to assemble/install by a do-it-yourselfer, such as me.
Date published: 2014-07-09
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