|Product Depth (in.)||3.125 in||Product Height (in.)||3 in|
|Product Width (in.)||0.25 in|
|Builders Hardware Product Type||Accessory||Fasteners included||Yes|
|Features||No Additional Features||Finish||Satin Nickel|
|Finish Family||Silver||Handrail Hardware Type||Handrail Bracket|
A: The Everbilt Satin Nickel Light-Duty Handrail Bracket will rust if used outdoors.
A: For the Everbilt Satin Nickel Light-Duty Handrail Bracket, it has a weight capacity of 200 lbs.. Thank you for the information and we will be updating this information.
A: Yes that’s exactly what I used to install my handrail
A: That's how mine is installed and I think it is the intended application. Works well.
A: The Everbilt Light Duty Handrail Bracket is ideal for supporting handrails at any angle and can be used in hallways or stairwells.
A: That's what they were designed for.
A: Yes, just make sure the screws are placed into a wall joint or are anchored as they could pull out quickly.
A: Yes. That's exactly what I used them for. Because they are described as light duty, I put one at every other stud, about 32 inches apart. I also made sure to screw them into the studs. They are very sturdy and stable.
A: The longest screw with the handrail bracket is 1-1/2 inches.
A: I don't remember; however, I installed four of these on an 8' wooden rail and it holds weight when leaned on. Over 200lbs.