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document Post Spacing- for Cable Railing
Cable Railing requires support (mid post) every 4 feet. Rail Easy products have been tested and shown to meet code at up to 5 feet but this should always be reviewed with a building inspector before proceeding. The bottom line is that spacing must be as necessary to maintain cable spans with...
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document Stainless vs. Galvanized Material
Both stainless and galvanized steels prevent corrosion by forming a "sacrificial" layer of protective oxides. Stainless forms an almost invisible layer of chromium oxide and galvanized forms a (comparatively) thick layer of zinc oxide, according the Metallurgical Consultants website. Eventually,...
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document Stainless Steel Maintenance
Stain -"less" Steel Materials The attractive surface appearance of stainless steel products cannot be regarded as completely maintenance free. All grades and finishes of stainless steel may in fact stain or discolor in normal service if not properly maintained. To achieve maximum stain...
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document Cable spacing - for cable railing
Our standard cable Spacing is 3" on center running the length of each post. To calculate your cable requirement you must measure from the top of your deck or bottom rail to the bottom of your top rail, then divide that number by the cable spacing (3") and subtract 1. example. 30 inches between...
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