135 Degree Level Turn is used on balconies and other places with a 135 degree turn. This fitting is designed to sit on the top of a pin top newel for an over the post system. This piece can be cut and re-assembled to create custom angle fittings for stair balconies that are at a non standard angle. All stair parts are manufactured to close tolerances for a precise fit. Be sure to use proper glues and mechanical fasteners such as our rail bolts for a strong connection that will last a life time.
7022 – fits 6010 profile handrail
7222 – fits 6210 profile handrail
7622 – fits 6610 profile handrail
7722 – fits 6710 profile handrail
7822 – fits 6800 profile handrail
StairSupplies guarantees the tolerance on our fittings to match our handrail within 1/32″ (will be within 1/32″, once centered on the handrail). Please be aware that the part numbers on our handrail & fittings are industry standard numbers, but the actual profiles can vary from one supplier to another. For example, we do not guarantee that our 6010 profile will match 6010 profile you purchased elsewhere. Let us know if you have additional questions about this policy.
Wood Grain & Color Variation
At StairSuppliesTM we strive to match the grain and color of all of our wood products as closely as possible. However, due to the natural character of wood products, there may be instances in which a perfect grain and color match is not possible. By ordering from StairSuppliesTM, you acknowledge that there may be some variation in the grain and color of your wood products.
I live in a split level house with a stairway that goes up to a landing then turns 180* and continues on up. Do you sell a section that would turn 180* and angle up or down to continue the railing?
We don’t have a single fitting that will accomplish this task, what you would need to do is purchase multiple fittings and assemble them on the job site. With what you described, you’d need the following:
1 Overeasing – to transition from angle back to level.
1 Upeasing – to transition back from level to angle.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.