VR453 Handrail Bracket

Stainless Steel Handrail Bracket – VR453

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Product Description

The VR453 Modern Stainless Steel Handrail Bracket is the perfect compliment to our cable railing offering. The brushed finished, and modern design make it a must have for any wall mounted handrails.

Projects from the wall is 3 1/2″. Available in any of our powder coating finish options.

Ships unassembled for easy installation, included necessary screws for both wood & metal handrail installation. At least 2 of the 4 wall mount screws must be mounted into a stud.


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Product Q&A

Jim Biven
8 months 4 hours ago

IBC requires compliance with 50 lb. per lineal foot support. Any data on allowed supported loading per bracket (in other words, how many brackets are required for a given handrail system)?

8 months 13 minutes ago

Thank you for your question, Jim. We suggest placement of a handrail bracket at intervals no more than 48″ apart.

6 months 17 days ago

NO less than 48″ apart. What is the max spacing? For a 11/2″ diameter rail

6 months 16 days ago

Alex, It appears we may have made an error in our previous answer to Jim. We have corrected the answer to read “no MORE than 48″ apart”. We apologize for the confusion this typographical error may have caused.

7 months 9 days ago

Can this be mounted to dry wall?

7 months 9 days ago

Hi Rose,
We strongly recommend that you install 2 of the screws into a stud. However, if that’s not possible you could probably find a drywall anchor that is strong enough to support the handrail. You’d want to check the specifications of the anchor before relying on it.

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Phil Scholl
6 months 21 days ago

For the wall mount, how far apart are the mounting screw holes? I need to mount all four screws into existing studs

6 months 21 days ago

Thank you for your question, Phil. The holes are spaced at 1 1/4″.

5 months 20 days ago

What is the difference between a “flat bracket” and a “rounded bracket”?

5 months 14 days ago

Thanks for contacting us. The flat bracket is what is pictured on this page. The rounded bracket is bent to accept a round handrail.