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Kee Safety - L70- 6 - Aluminum Railing Support, 1" Dia.
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Kee Safety - L70- 6 - Aluminum Railing Support, 1" Dia.

Item #: WB296524

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Railing Support

This fitting, with holes provided for countersunk flat head screw fixings only, is designed to carry handrails along walls or to fix structures back to walls. The pipe passes through the fitting and cannot be joined within the fitting. Type 70 is also used to attach toeboards to the bases of guardrail uprights. Warning: These fittings are not to be used as base flanges for full height guardrails. 5/16" diameter fixing holes.

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    • COLOR FINISHGray
    • ASSEMBLYAssembled
    • BRANDKee Safety
    • CONSTRUCTIONAluminum
    • FITTING INSIDE DIAMETER1.38
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERL70-6
    • MODEL296524
    • NOMINAL PIPE SIZE INCHES1
    • PIPE O.D.1.315
    • TYPERail Support
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"The pipe passes through the fitting and cannot be joined within the fitting." is part of this description. Does this mean the pipe does not connect to the fitting it only slides back and forth?

Question Asked By: john , Texas , May 22, 2017

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What kind of 1" pipe can I use, iron, electric conduit, or both? I think conduit od is 1.163 and iron is 1.12

Question Asked By: Robert , January 24, 2016

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