Internet #202088524

Model #9100I-601-HDBKD

Store SKU #622533

2-1/2 in. x 0.26 ft. Black Steel Heavy Duty Wall Rail Mounting Bracket

  • Designed to enhance interior stair designs
  • Flat mounting bracket compatible with most wall-rail profiles
  • Crafted from heavy-duty steel with durable powder-coated finish
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Price:
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Product Overview

The Surewood-LNL 2-1/2 in. x 3-1/8 in. Black Steel Heavy-Duty Wall-Rail Mounting Bracket is strong and reliable and has a simple satin-black steel design. It complements many types of rail and includes matching mounting screws. Its durable black powder-coat finish adds beauty and strength to your handrail system. From stair treads, stair railing and a complete selection of stair parts, Surewood-LNL makes your stairs beautiful.
  • Provides 2-1/2 in. of projection from the center point of the rail
  • Made of strong metal alloys
  • Satin-black powder-coat finish
  • Flat mounting bracket fits most wall-rail profiles
  • Matching screws included
  • For interior installation only

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.12
Product Height (in.)
2.5
Product Length (in.)
3.12
Product Width (in.)
2.5

Details

Cap/top included
No
Color Family
Black
Fillet included
No
Hardware Included
Yes
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Material
Steel
Prefinished
Yes
Primed
No
Product Weight (lb.)
0.2
Returnable
180-Day
Stainable/Paintable
No
Stair Part Type
Accessory
Water Resistant
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes, 1-year limited warranty against manufacturers defects, Limited to replacement of product only, not installation.

Questions & Answers

15Questions17Answers

What pilot holes sizes should be drilled ?

Asked by Bob September 13, 2018
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Hi Bob, it's recommended that your pilot drill bit size be smaller than the size of the screw. If you're drilling into the handrail, a bit 1/8" should work. In any case, be sure you're attaching the bracket to the wall by drilling into a stud behind the drywall. Use an electric stud finder to locate the closest stud. If you have additional questions, we'll reply as quickly as we can. Thank you.

can I mount this bracket to concrete wall

Asked by will July 21, 2019
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YES YOU CAN. I HAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE .

InkmanHow far apart should they be? Since they need to be screwed into a stud - should they be ev...

Asked by BInkman August 9, 2020
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Hi Binkman, thanks for the question. Code requirements vary by jurisdiction for the quantity of rail brackets required for wall rail. In some cases, codes do not apply! So double-check with your local authorities if that is a concern for you. Brackets should, at minimum, be installed within 12 inches of each end of the rail (into a stud behind the wall), and every 3-4 ft. along the length of the rail. Commercial and residential codes vary, so it depends on how and where the rail is to be used. I hope that answers your question, but if you have additional questions, we'll reply as quickly as we can. Or, if you prefer, you can contact our customer care team at 6748-455-5188 (M-F, 8am - 4pm ET). Thank you!

Can I attach this to a wrought iron post?

Asked by Stephanie September 5, 2019
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If you can drill into the iron post it would work. Maybe a lag bolt would be needed in place of the screw provided

Are the included screw suitable for anchoring the rail into concrete walls?

Asked by John September 26, 2020
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If you are using a good anchors, those screws should be fine.

does the handrail sit on the round part or the square flat part

Asked by poo August 9, 2018
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Hi Poo, the handrail rests on top of the flat part, and is mounted to the wall using a screw through the round part. It's important that the bracket be installed to the wall, with a stud behind the drywall. The screw used to attach to the wall must be attached to a stud. Do not use drywall anchors, or simply attach the wall bracket to the wall "anywhere" along the wall. The screw must go through the drywall and into a stud. If you have additional questions, we'll do our best to reply as quickly as we can. Thank you.

We live in a home built in 1936 and the handrail in the stair way is extremely heavy. I broke par...

Asked by WBW328 October 27, 2019
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I would think you would want to replace all of the handrail brackets, not just the broken one so they all look the same. The 30# weight is not an issue for these brackets.

Dose the stair part come in gold or Bass

Asked by Terry April 24, 2017
1
Answer

Hi Terry, the only solution that is available at the is a five-pack of brass brackets available on homdepot.com. The product # is 203810338. Search on that number, and you should be able to find it. Thank you.

What is the distance between brackets recommended? If you have a long Railing how many should you...

Asked by DaveV April 24, 2020
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Hi DaveW, thank you for asking this question, because it's a good one. It is recommended that a handrail bracket be installed underneath wall rail about every 3-4 ft along the run of handrail. It is also recommended that brackets be installed within 12-16 inches of each end of the rail. Not only that, the handrail brackets must be installed with the attaching screw(s) securely fastened through drywall, and into a supporting stud behind the drywall. Attaching handrail brackets to walls by using drywall anchors is unsafe, and may cause the handrail to be pulled from the wall.<p><p>Finally, it is now required by building code that wall rails be "returned" to the wall at each end. Picture wall rail turning 90-degrees at each end and terminating at the wall. This prevents bags, purses, loose clothing, etc., from catching or snagging on the end of the rail, and potentially causing a fall. Ultimately, putting wall rail along a staircase cannot be an afterthought. Properly installing wall rail will result in a safer staircase, and a safer home.<p><p>If you have additional questions, we'll be glad to answer them here! Again, thank you for the question.

What is the weight limit for these?

Asked by FrustratedCustomer June 11, 2018
1
Answer

Hi Curtis, when installed correctly (into studs, and handrail properly attached), these brackets meet code requirements of 220 lbs direct downward force. Codes may vary in your jurisdiction, so please consult with your local authorities as to the code requirements in your area. If you have additional questions, we'll do our best to answer them as quickly as possible. Thank you.

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Needed to install a handrail quickly for basement stairs. Got these for about $5 a pop. Heavy duty weight. Worked perfectly!
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Response from Steve VibertAugust 7, 2020
That's awesome, BKALLDAY! We're glad that your project was a success. SureWood-LNL
Make sure to pre-drill the holes....you get one chance with...
Make sure to pre-drill the holes....you get one chance with these screws before you run the risk of stripping them. Even with drilling, I stripped out 2 screws and had to replace them with other screws I had.
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Response from Steve VibertJuly 10, 2020
Hi EricInNH, thanks for sharing your experience with us. We're sorry that you had to go to extra lengths to get the bracket to work for you. Your comments about the screws have been forwarded to our product managers for their review. Also, your suggestion to pre-drill holes is a good one, no matter the type of screw. Pre-drilling holes not only reduces the chance to strip out a screw, it also makes the hole more accurate, so the screw doesn't "walk" over the material. SureWood-LNL
The wall mounted brackets were easy to install. I would reccomend this product to use . Will buy...
The wall mounted brackets were easy to install. I would reccomend this product to use . Will buy again if needed.
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Response from Steve VibertDecember 16, 2019
Thank you, Kina! We're happy that your project was a success. SureWood-LNL
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They were easy to install...
They were easy to install
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Response from Steve VibertJanuary 12, 2021
Thanks Karen! We're glad that your project went well. SureWood-LNL
very helpful. Thank you...
very helpful. Thank you
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Response from Steve VibertDecember 30, 2020
You're welcome, Lori! We hope your project went well. SureWood-LNL
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Response from Steve VibertDecember 28, 2020
Thank you for your review. SureWood-LNL
Easy to install and sturdy!
Easy to install and sturdy!
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Response from Steve VibertDecember 28, 2020
Thank you, Sonny! We're happy that your project was a success. SureWood-LNL
Worked well and they were very sturdy....
Worked well and they were very sturdy.
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Response from Steve VibertDecember 22, 2020
Thank you, James! We appreciate your feedback, and we're happy that your project went well. SureWood-LNL
Nice finish, easy to install, material is good....
Nice finish, easy to install, material is good.
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Response from Steve VibertDecember 21, 2020
Hi Blitzen, thank you for your review! SureWood-LNL
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