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Balustrading & Parapet Screening Fine garden ornaments and architectural stonework


ARCHITECTURAL STONEWORK BALUSTRADES There are four types of balustrade:

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The Standard Range

The 1100 Balustrade

The Kensington Balustrade (USA only)

The Spiral Balustrade

Illustrated on pages 137, 138 and 139, the standard range is available in six styles: Flat, Part-Weathered or Weathered, each available to suit central or side run-in situations, with a choice of standard balusters. If balustrades are to be used as a parapet wall or a raised terrace edge, we have several optional under-copings that can be used below plinth course to increase the height of the balustrade, or to cope a substructure.

Shown on page 140, this is a heavier balustrade designed to comply with the Building Regulation height of 1100mm (43 5⠄16 �) required in certain instances. It comprises a weathered rail, weathered plinth, Georgian-style baluster and rectangular pier.

Shown on page 140, this is an imposing balustrade of handsome proportions.

Shown on page 141, the Spiral Balustrade is available only with flat rail, K533G-style baluster, standard style of plinth and optional T920 style of under-coping to the radii and falls indicated.

It comprises weathered rail, upper and lower plinths, Regency-style K610B square balusters and rectangular piers. The plinth moulding is used to frame the inset panel of the pier shaft.


The Standard Range Style FC: Flat Central Run-in

The Standard Range Style FS: Flat Side Run-in

See page 144 for balusters.

See page 144 for balusters.

TS Tech Sheet No.B10 & B70

TS Tech Sheet No. B15 & B70

Plans below show Pier Caps. For component weights see page 143

Plans below show Pier Caps. For component weights see page 143. 350 (133⁄4")

350 (133⁄4")

135°

K140A

K130A

16”) 377 (14 (14713⁄ 8⁄")

135°

K250A

K150A

K260A

K270A

194 (7 5⁄ 8")

194 (7 5⁄ 8")

K280A

FC style with K533G Balusters / T930 Under Copings 7⁄ 8") 377 (14 (1413 377 ⁄16”)

337 (131⁄ 4")

K290A

K300A

FS style with K533G Balusters / T925 Under Copings 377 (14713⁄ 8⁄16 ")”) 377

230 (91⁄ 16")

230 (91⁄ 16")

T110A RAIL

86 (33⁄ 8")

T110A RAIL

86 (33⁄ 8")

T900A PLINTH

102 (4")

T900A PLINTH

102 (4")

Standard length of rail/plinth supplied 900mm (357⁄16")

279 (11")

190 (71⁄ 2")

337 (131⁄ 4")

Standard length of rail/plinth supplied 900mm (357⁄16")

K110A

K170A

230 (91⁄16")

K120A

279 (11")

190 (71⁄ 2") 7⁄ 8") 377(14 (1413 377 ⁄16”)

7⁄ 8") 377(14 (1413 377 ⁄16”)

K100A

377(14 (14137⁄⁄168") 377 ”)

377 (14713⁄ 8⁄16 ")”) 377

K160A

K200A

K210A

K230A

K240A

K220A

377(14 (14137⁄⁄816")”) 377

230 (91⁄16")

Free-standing

Custom-made products are available on request.

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The Standard Range Style PC: Part-Weathered Central Run-in

The Standard Range Style PS: Part-Weathered Side Run-in

See page 144 for balusters.

See page 144 for balusters.

TS Tech Sheet No.B20

TS Tech Sheet No. B25

Plans below show Pier Caps. For component weights see page 143.

Plans below show Pier Caps. For component weights see page 143. 377 377(14 (14137⁄⁄816")”)

230 (91⁄16")

K110C

350 (133⁄4")

16”) 377 (14 (14713⁄ 8⁄")

K120C

135°

K260C

K250C

16”) 377 (14 (14713 ⁄ 8⁄")

K270C

194 (7 5⁄ 8")

K100C

K160C

K170C

K290C

K280C

K300C

Free-standing

PS style with K533G Balusters

PC style with K457G Balusters / Q560 Plinth (custom piers) 7⁄ 8⁄16 377 ")”) 377(14 (1413

230

7 ⁄16”) 377 377(14 (1413 ⁄ 8")

1⁄ 16")

254 (10")

337 (131⁄ 4")

230 (91⁄ 16")

254 (10") T120A RAIL

105 (41⁄ 8")

T900A PLINTH

102 (4")

Standard length of rail/plinth supplied 900mm (357⁄16")

279 (11")

190 (71⁄ 2")

337 (131⁄ 4")

T120A RAIL

105 (41⁄ 8")

T900A PLINTH

102 (4")

Standard length of rail/plinth supplied 900mm (357⁄16")

279 (11")

190 (71⁄ 2") 377(14 ”) 377 (14137⁄16 8")

( 33⁄4") (1

135°

K130C

K140C

377 (14 (14713 ⁄16”) ⁄ 8")

K150C

K200C

K210C

K230C

K240C

K220C

7⁄ 8⁄16 377(14 ")”) 377 (1413

194 (7 5⁄ 8")

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Custom-made products are available on request.

230 (91⁄16")


The Standard Range Style WC: Weathered Central Run-in

The Standard Range Style WS: Weathered Side Run-in

See page 144 for balusters.

See page 144 for balusters.

TS Tech Sheet No.B35

TS Tech Sheet No. B35

Plans below show Pier Caps. For component weights see page 143.

Plans below show Pier Caps. For component weights see page 143.

WC style with K610G Balusters

WS style with K533G Balusters

377 377(14 (14713⁄ 8⁄16 ")”)

337 (131⁄ 4")

377 377(14 (14713⁄ 8⁄16 ")”)

230 (91⁄ 16")

230 (91⁄ 16")

T120A RAIL

105 (41⁄ 8")

T120A RAIL

105 (41⁄ 8")

T900A PLINTH

102 (4")

T900A PLINTH

102 (4")

Standard length of rail/plinth supplied 900mm (357⁄16")

279 (11")

190 (71⁄ 2")

337 (131⁄ 4")

Standard length of rail/plinth supplied 900mm (357⁄16")

279 (11")

190 (71⁄ 2") 377 (14 (14713 16”) ⁄ 8⁄")

377 16”) 377 (14 (14713⁄ 8⁄") K100D

K110D 377 377(14 (14137⁄⁄816")”)

230 (91⁄16")

K200D

K210D

Free-standing 230 (91⁄16")

377 (14713 16”) 377 (14 ⁄ 8⁄") K120D

K220D

K160D

K230D

K240D

Custom-made products are available on request.

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The 1100 Balustrade

The Kensington Balustrade

The 1100 Balustrade is offered as an alternative to the Standard Range should you require a heavier design of balustrading. It also complies with the Building Regulation height of 1100mm (43 5⁄16 ”), which is required in certain instances, without the need to use additional under-copings or to construct upstands.

The Kensington Balustrade is an imposing balustrade of handsome proportions. It comprises weathered rail, upper and lower plinths, unique K610B square balusters and rectangular piers. The plinth moulding is used to frame the inset panel of the pier shaft.

(USA only)

TS Tech Sheet No. B45

TS Tech Sheet No. B40 503 (19 13⁄ 16") 554 (2113⁄ 16") T905 RAIL

T940 RAIL 922 (361⁄ 4") Excluding joints

K610B BALUSTERS

1100 (433⁄ 8") Excluding joints

K725G BALUSTERS

T945 PLINTH T910 PLINTH 528 (2013⁄ 16")

T950 PLINTH

Standard length of rail/plinth supplied 535mm (211⁄16")

416 (163⁄ 8")

Standard length of rail / plinth supplied 850mm (337⁄16")

550 (215⁄ 8")

400 (153⁄ 4") 450 (1711⁄16")

503 (1913⁄ 16")

554 (2113⁄ 16")

K725G Baluster - 20kg (44 lb) Standard Pier (complete) - 212kg (466 lb) Corner Pier (complete) - 296kg (651 lb) T905 Rail - 67kg/m (45 lb/ft) T910 Plinth - 121kg/m (81 lb/ft)

K120M 296 (115⁄8")

K260M

K210M

K220M 250 (913⁄16")

388 (151⁄ 4")

Free-standing

PLANS SHOW PIER CAPS

503 (1913⁄ 16")

K200M

K270M 388 (151⁄ 4")

K110M

296 (115⁄ 8")

383 (151⁄ 16")

503 (1913⁄ 16")

250 (913⁄ 16") 150 (515⁄ 16")

100 (315⁄ 16")

554 (2113⁄ 16")

725 (289⁄ 16")

610 (24")

K100M

102 (4")

225 (87⁄ 8")

110 (45⁄ 16") 166 (69⁄ 16")

300 (1113⁄ 16") 362 (141⁄ 4")

230 (91⁄ 16") 280 (11")

PLANS SHOW PIER CAPS

330 (13") 430 (16

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Custom-made products are available on request.

503 (1913⁄ 16")

Free-standing

120 (4 3⁄4")

K610B Baluster - 21kg (46 lb) K200 Corner Pier (complete) - 300kg (660 lb)

554 (2113⁄ 16")

250 (97⁄ 8")

383 (151⁄ 16")

15⁄ 16")

K210 Intermediate Pier (complete) K220 Terminal Pier (complete) K260 Freestanding Pier (complete)

}

T940 Rail - 37kg/m (25 lb/ft) T945 Upper Plinth - 41kg/m (28 lb/ft) T950 Lower Plinth - 57kg/m (38 lb/ft)

232kg (510 lb)


ARCHITECTURAL STONEWORK BALUSTRADES

The Spiral Balustrade This is a very special type of balustrade and can be offered, as standard, only in the components and dimensions indicated in the table below.

2018 (797⁄ 16")

1979 (7715⁄ 16")

TS Tech Sheet No. B60

T110Q RAIL

Dimensions Left and Right-handed 90° sweeps: Total Rise: 1500mm (59 1⁄16 ”) Outer c/l Radius: 4112mm (1617⁄ 8 ”) Inner c/l Radius: 1865mm (73 7⁄16 ”) Width of Staircase: 2018mm (79 7⁄16 ”)

797 (313⁄ 8") Excluding joints

1500 (591⁄ 16")

T900Q PLINTH T920Q UNDER-COPING

Left hand Spiral Balustrade illustrated above.

797 (313⁄ 8") Excluding joints

Components FS-style balustrade comprising: T110-style Rail T900-style Plinth KG533-style Baluster T920-style Under-Coping (optional)

Custom-made products are available on request.

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ARCHITECTURAL STONEWORK BALUSTRADES

THE STANDARD RANGE REGENCY URN A530 377 (147⁄ 8") 279 (11")

Assembly Details

E

C

We recommend that non-ferrous fixings (available as part of the X950 Balustrade Installation Pack - UK only) be incorporated at all rail joints and in horizontal beddings in all cases. All balusters are supplied with stainless steel dowels for installing to rails and plinths. All rails, plinths and under-copings are supplied in standard lengths, cutting and drilling to final specification to be undertaken by your installation contractor.

RAIL

PIER CAP

BALUSTER PIER SHAFT

Professional advice should be taken particularly where Building Regulations / Codes and local bye-laws need to be complied with. It is recommended that, if pier shafts are in-filled with concrete, the shaft section should be lined with polystyrene, Styrofoam or similar to act as an isolating medium.

PLINTH

PIER BASE

6 (1⁄ 4")

337 (131⁄ 4") Y (BAY LENGTH)

Haddoncraft Forge has a range of wrought iron Baluster Bars for use in conjunction with Haddonstone balustrading, see image below. The bars can be used to meet Building Regulation spacing requirements.

X (OVERALL BASE DIMENSION) 20 (13⁄ 16")

20 (13⁄ 16") C = Centre Baluster Spacing. E = End Baluster Spacing

PS style with K610G Balusters and T920 Under-Copings

It is most important to refer to Tech Sheet GAR1 to ensure correct installation. Standard assembly recommendations and typical details are available on request. Please ask for the relevant Tech Sheet. Cutting Recommendations:

General Assembly:

TS Tech Sheet No. B50

TS Tech Sheet No. GAR1

TABLE A For normal baluster spacing: approx. 305mm (12”) centres Select highest band available unless there are other overriding factors

Bay Lengths

Rails/Plinths

Band

(centreline to centreline of piers) in mm

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

-829 -32 5/8” 1 830-1129 3211/16 ”-44 7⁄16 ” 1 1130-1249 441/2”-493⁄16 ” 1 1250-1429 491/4 ”-561⁄4” 2 1430-1729 565/16 ”-681⁄16” 2 1730-2029 681/8”-79 7⁄8” 2 2030-2155 7915/16”-8413⁄16” 2 2156-2329 847/8”-9111⁄16” 3 2330-2629 913/4”-1031⁄2” 3 2630-2929 103 9/16”-115 5⁄16” 3 2930-3061 115 3/8”-1201⁄2” 3 3062-3229 1209/16”-1271⁄8” 4 3230-3529 127 3/16”-13815⁄16” 4 3530-3829 139”-1503⁄4” 4 3830-3967 15013/16”-1561⁄8” 4

(centreline to centreline of piers) in inches

No. of 900mm (35 7⁄16”) long rails/plinths and under-copings where applicable)

Balusters

1 2 3 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 12

This table has been compiled to give an approximate Centre Baluster Spacing (see diagram) of 305mm (12”) and a fixed End Baluster Spacing of 200mm (8”).

FS style with K724G Balusters

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Haddoncraft Forge Baluster Bar

Custom-made products are available on request.


The Standard Range

3. Divide each run into suitable bays, generally incorporating piers at ends and corners.

Tables A, B, C, D and E have been compiled to simplify the ordering of the STANDARD RANGE of balustrade components and enable you to design and price your own balustrade. Alternatively, approximate guide prices can be obtained from the price list.

4. When determining bay lengths, as a guideline, the highest band should be selected, but other overriding factors may need to be taken into account, such as achieving aesthetic balance, correlating with other architectural elements, relating bays to the height of the balustrade and the overall scale of the surroundings.

You will also find below tables of the many horizontal curves and ramps available in the STANDARD RANGE – these are shown in Tables C and D. The terms Weathered and Part-Weathered refer to the style of the balustrading rails and caps and not to the maturity of the stonework. For standard colours and finishes see page 206. Haddonstone (USA) Ltd offers additional Balustrades and Parapet Screening designs to comply with specific Building Codes. For further details, refer to the Architectural Supplement or view:

www.haddonstone.com/view-catalogue HOW TO USE TABLES A and B By following this simple procedure you will be able to design, price and order your own balustrade from the STANDARD RANGE: 1. Choose type of baluster (see page 144) and style of balustrade (see pages 137, 138 and 139). 2. Measure the overall base dimension of each run of balustrade giving consideration to the fact that, particularly where balustrade abuts a wall, the cap oversails the base by 20mm (13⁄16 ”), see diagram opposite.

TABLE B For close baluster spacing: approx. 225mm (9”) centres Select highest band available unless there are other overriding factors

Bay Lengths

Rails/Plinths

Balusters Band

(centreline to centreline of piers) in mm

(centreline to centreline of piers) in inches

No. of 900mm (35 7⁄16”) long rails/plinths (and under-copings where applicable)

Balusters

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

-691 692-916 917-1141 1142-1249 1250-1366 1367-1591 1592-1816 1817-2041 2042-2155 2156-2266 2267-2491 2492-2716 2717-2941 2942-3061 3062-3166 3167-3391 3392-3616 3617-3841 3842-3967

-273/16” 271/4”-361⁄16” 361/8”-4415⁄16” 45”-493⁄16” 491/4”-533⁄4” 5313/16”-625⁄8” 6211/16”-711⁄2” 719/16”-803⁄8” 807/16”-8413⁄16” 847/8”-893⁄16” 891/4”-981⁄16” 981/8”-10615⁄16” 107”-11513⁄16” 1157/8”-1201⁄2” 1209/16”-1245⁄8” 12411/16”-1331⁄2” 1339⁄16”-1423⁄8” 1427/16”-1511⁄4” 1515/16”-1561⁄8”

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4

1 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 14 15 16

This table has been compiled to give an approximate Centre Baluster Spacing (see diagram) of 225mm (9”) and a fixed End Baluster Spacing of 150mm (6”).

5. To calculate bay lengths, first deduct 337mm (131⁄4”) from the overall base dimension to determine the distance between the centres of the end piers, then divide this figure by the number of bays required. Then refer to Tables A and B. 6. Should extra height be required or coping to a substructure, select appropriate under-coping to suit balustrade type (see page 145). 7. Choose piers to suit balustrade layout, i.e. number of end piers, number of intermediate piers, number of corner piers. 8. ORDER CHECKLIST The order should comprise total number of balusters, total number of rails, total number of plinths, total number of piers incorporating end piers, intermediate piers and corner piers as required.

TABLE C

TABLE D

Horizontal Curved Balustrade Rails and Plinths Available in both Flat and Weathered configurations in the following radii:

Ramped Balusters

  500mm (19 /16”)   1000mm (393/8”)   1500mm (591/16”)   2000mm (783/4”)   2500mm (987/16”)   3000mm (1181/8”)   3500mm (13713/16”)   4000mm (1571/2”)   4500mm (1773/16”)   5000mm (1967/8”)   6000mm (2361/4”)   7000mm (2759/16”)   8000mm (31415/16”)   9000mm (3545/16”) 10000mm (39311/16”) 11

All radii to centrelines of plinth/rail.

KG311 16° 18° 27° KG356 20° 27° KG430 13° KG457 13° 20° 27° 30° 33° 40° KG464 16° 23° KG520 23° KG533 13° 16° 20° 21° 27° 30° 36° KB609 27° 33° 42° KG609 30° KG610 13° 16° 20° 21° 23° 27° 30° 33° 36° KJ610 27° 30° 36° KG629 20° 27° 29° 31° 33° KG724 13° 16° 20° 23° 26° 27° 29° 30° 33° KG725 34° 1100 Balustrade The ramp angle is the angle of rise/pitch measured from the horizontal.

TABLE E Typical Component Weights Baluster Type:

K724G K610G K533G K457G K356G 15kg 11kg 10kg 8kg 4.5kg (33 lb) (24 lb) (22 lb) (18 lb) (10 lb)

tandard pier to suit (complete): S 105kg 97kg 87kg 81kg 75kg (231 lb) (214 lb) (191 lb) (178 lb) (165 lb) 135° pier to suit (complete): 154kg 147kg 134kg 121kg 120kg (339 lb) (323 lb) (295 lb) (266 lb) (264 lb) T120A 900mm Standard Rail 31kg (68 lb) T900A 900mm Standard Plinth 30kg (66 lb)

Custom-made products are available on request.

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ARCHITECTURAL STONEWORK BALUSTRADES Standard Balusters These balusters are circular in section except top and bottom blocks which are square. TS Tech Sheet No. B75

Non Standard Balusters Unless otherwise stated, these balusters are circular in section except top and bottom blocks which are square. TS Tech Sheet No. B75

No piers available for this Baluster. For suitable rails and plinths see page 150.

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(USA only) For use with Kensington Balustrade, see page 140.

FS style with KG533 Ramped Balusters and T920 Wide Under-Copings


BALUSTRADE UNDER-COPINGS Pier Under-Coping 20kg (44 Ib)

Optional, for use with the standard balustrade range. Available in 900mm (357⁄16”) lengths only. 135° Pier Under-Coping 29kg (64 lb)

Narrow Central Run-In Under Copings

TS Tech Sheet No. B90

377 (147⁄ 8")

K100H

377 (147⁄ 8")

265 (107⁄ 16")

K110H

377 (147⁄ 8")

K120H

K140H

60 (23⁄ 8")

76 (3") 265 (10 ⁄16")

377 (14 ⁄ 8")

215 (87⁄16")

327 (127⁄ 8")

Plans show Pier Under-Copings

Deep cental run-in under copings also available (USA only)

Narrow Side Run-In Under Copings

K240H

TS Tech Sheet No. B91

377 (147⁄ 8")

377 (147⁄ 8")

K210H

K220H

K250H

377 (147⁄ 8")

265 (107⁄ 16")

K230H

K270H

Pier Under Coping

T925A Under Coping 31kg (68lb)

337 (131⁄ 4")

190 (71⁄ 2")

K260H

60 (23⁄ 8")

350 (133⁄ 4") 135°

76 (3")

60 (23⁄ 8")

7

377 (147⁄ 8")

K280H

76 (3") 7

K150H

194 (7 5⁄ 8")

K200H

337 (131⁄ 4") 60 (23⁄ 8")

7

135°

377 (147⁄ 8")

Pier Under Coping

190 (71⁄ 2")

350 (133⁄ 4")

K130H

T935A Under Coping 31kg (68lb)

265 (10 ⁄16")

377 (14 ⁄ 8")

215 (87⁄16")

327 (127⁄ 8")

K300H

K290H

76 (3") 7

194 (7 5⁄ 8")

Plans show Pier Under-Copings

Deep side run-in under copings also available (USA only)

Wide Central Run-In Under Copings 377 (147⁄ 8")

TS Tech Sheet No. B92 377 (147⁄ 8") K130K

K110K

K100K

350 (133⁄ 4")

K140K

377 (147⁄ 8")

K120K

194 (7 5⁄ 8")

7

377 (14 ⁄ 8")

7

377 (14 ⁄ 8")

135°

K150K

377 (147⁄ 8")

K160K

377 (147⁄ 8")

T930A Under Coping 46kg (101lb)

Pier Under Coping

76 (3")

K240K

327 (127⁄ 8")

327 (127⁄ 8")

K170K

Free-standing

Plans show Pier Under-Copings TS Tech Sheet No. B93

377 (147⁄ 8")

377 (147⁄ 8")

K210K

K220K

377 (147⁄ 8")

K230K

K260K

K250K

T920A Under Coping 46kg (101lb)

Pier Under Coping

377 (147⁄ 8")

194 (7 5⁄ 8")

K280K

K290K

K300K

337 (131⁄ 4")

190 (71⁄ 2")

60 (23⁄ 8")

76 (3")

60 (23⁄ 8")

76 (3")

7⁄ 8")

377 (147⁄ 8")

327 (127⁄ 8")

327 (127⁄ 8")

377 (14

135°

76 (3") 377 (147⁄ 8")

350 (133⁄ 4")

K270K

60 (23⁄ 8")

377 (147⁄ 8")

Wide Side Run-In Under Copings

K200K

337 (131⁄ 4")

190 (71⁄ 2")

60 (23⁄ 8")

Plans show Pier Under-Copings

Custom-made products are available on request.

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ARCHITECTURAL STONEWORK Parapet Screening

For a less formal and more decorative alternative to balustrading, parapet screening provides an effective solution. As shown in the drawings, the length of parapet unit can be varied by using different combinations of the two basic panels J248 and J362. We show six of the most commonly used bays (TYPES A-F). The bay dimensions shown are from centreline to centreline of pier. The piers are specially designed and produced for end, centre and corner use as well as for 135° angles; so when ordering please state clearly the number and reference of each type required. All rails and plinths are supplied in standard lengths as indicated, cutting to final specification to be undertaken by your installation contractor. TS Tech Sheet No. PS10 & PS11 Parapet Screening (showing TYPE F bay) Typical Component Weights

229 (9")

J400A Rail: 16kg (35 lb) J400F Plinth: 25kg (55 lb) J248 End Panel: 9kg (20 lb) J362 Centre Panel: 13kg (29 lb) Standard Pier (complete): 76kg (167 lb) 135° Pier (complete): 151kg (332 lb)

229 248 248 1 (93(14 ⁄ 4")1⁄ 4362 ") (14 ⁄ 4") (93⁄(9") 4") 362

311 (121⁄ 4") 311 (121⁄ 4")

J400A RAIL J400A RAIL PIER

J248 PIER

J248 J362

127 (5") 127 (5")

J362

495 (191⁄ 2")

Standard length of plinth Standard length of plinth 3 3 supplied supplied 628(24 ⁄4") 628(24 ⁄4") 5

2200 (8652200 ⁄ 8") (86 ⁄ 8") 292

292 (111⁄ 2")

495 (191⁄ 2")

774 (301⁄ 2") 774 (301⁄ 2") joints ExcludingExcluding joints

152 (6") 152 (6")

J400F PLINTH J400F PLINTH

Plans showing Pier Caps

1 165 (61⁄ 2")165 (6 ⁄ 2")

Standard length of rail

Standard length of rail 7 A 7 TYPE A TYPEsupplied supplied 621(24 ⁄16") 621(24 ⁄16")

1

140 (51⁄ 2")140 (5 ⁄ 2")

(111⁄ 2")

TYPE B TYPE B

J100

1⁄ 2") 165 (61⁄ 2") 165 (6J120

J100

311 311 (1211⁄⁄44") ") (12

311 J120 (121⁄ 4")

J110

J110

135

135

J130 311

(121⁄ 4")

9 2428 (9592428 ⁄ 16") (95 ⁄ 16")

J130

3 182 (73⁄16") 182 (7 ⁄16")

TYPE C TYPE C

TYPE D TYPE D

7 1698 (6671698 ⁄ 8") (66 ⁄ 8")

1 740 (291⁄ 8740 ") (29 ⁄ 8")

1 311 (121⁄ 4") 311 (12 ⁄ 4")

J140

J140

J150

J150

TYPE E TYPE E

TYPE F TYPE F

1 968 (381⁄ 8968 ") (38 ⁄ 8")

(577⁄ 8") 1470 (577⁄1470 8")

1 311 (121⁄ 4") 311 (12 ⁄ 4")

Free-standing Free-standing 311 (121⁄ 4")

311

J160 (121⁄ 4")

J160

1 311 (121⁄ 4") 311 (12 ⁄ 4")

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Custom-made products are available on request.

Refer to the Architectural Supplement for specific US designs.


ISBN: 978-0-9563891-2-1

Back cover images: Designs recently replicated in partnership with the Sir John Soane’s Museum, see pages 8-10.

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