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Tag: handrail bracket

Metal Railings Are What We Do Every Day

We live and breathe metal railings — steel, aluminum, stainless steel, brass, and bronze, metal railing components and systems are what we do every day. Since the start of R & B Wagner in 1955, Adolph A. Wagner manufactured components for pipe railings that are still sold to this day. A.A. Wagner was the first […]

April is National Inventor’s Month

 At Wagner, Innovation is a core value and has been since the beginning. During his time at Wagner Iron Works, Adolph A. Wagner had already proven his talents as an inventor by receiving several patents and developing a line of hydraulically operated tractor loaders. He also was the first to introduce stamped handrail brackets and the […]

Why Is There No Consistency of Clearance Requirements for Handrail Brackets?

Here are two standard handrail brackets. The one on the left has a minimum 1-1/2″ clearance between the wall and handrail. It will meet International Building Code (IBC), International Residential Code (IRC), (Americans With Disabilities Act Standardards for Accessible Design) ADASAD, and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A117.1 requirements for handrail graspability. It will not […]

Clarifying Handrail Bracket Clearance

Handrail Bracket Clearance: Required clearance between a handrail and other building elements continues to confound and confuse. Here’s a quick review of where present codes now stand. The 1992 Americans With Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) stated that there was to be an absolute dimension of 1-1/2″ between a handrail and a wall. This was […]

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