Press Release Summary:
Style B formed handrail brackets offer 1? in. horizontal and vertical clearance to meet 2004 ADAAG (Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines) Section Advisory 505.6 code requirements. Product ensures space between wall and handrail is 1? in. and that horizontal projections occur 1? in. below bottom of handrail gripping surface. Brackets come in steel (part No. 3319), satin stainless steel (No. 3320), and satin muntz (No. 3321).
Original Press Release:
Style B Formed Handrail Brackets
NEW HANDRAIL BRACKETS FROM WAGNER
The Wagner Companies Introduce New Brackets to Meet 1-1/2" Clearance Requirements
Milwaukee, WI ? The Wagner Companies has announced that an addition has been made to its product line ? the Style B formed handrail brackets will now offer a 1-1/2" horizontal and vertical clearance to meet code requirements and the recommendations of the newly published Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG).
The 2004 ADAAG Section Advisory 505.6 states the space between a wall and a handrail must be 1-1/2 inches. Additionally, there is a requirement that "horizontal projections shall occur 1-1/2 inches (38mm) minimum below the bottom of the handrail gripping surface." Wagner's new formed bracket will meet both of these clearance requirements. Wagner style B brackets are available in steel (part #3319), satin stainless steel (#3320) and satin muntz (#3321).
For further information, go to www.wagnercompanies.com or contact The Wagner Companies at 800-786-2111 or email@example.com.
The Wagner Companies has been in the metal business since 1850 as a manufacturer of handrail fittings and metal products for architectural and industrial applications. The Wagner Companies is made up of R & B Wagner, Inc. and The J. G. Braun Company. The main product lines include: Architectural Catalog, Architectural Custom and Industrial Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) products. Wagner offers bending, stamping and finishing capabilities, including assistance with CAD technology. Wagner has a large inventory of raw materials and over 11,000 stock items in steel, brass, bronze, aluminum, and stainless steel.
December 13, 2004