All the fittings in the Kee Access range are designed to construct handrails which are compliant with the recommendations made by the National Disability Authority, whose aim is to make handrails suitable for people with disabilities. The ideal construction of the handrail is outlined in Part M of the Building Regulations. It involves the handrail being smooth and continuous, with no terminations or breaks. The Kee Access range enables this to happen because the fittings are designed to align snugly with the outer edge of the tube, keeping the rail consistent.
Galvanised Steel Fittings
|Model||Measurements (in.)||Weight (lbs.)|
|Model||Measurements (mm)||Weight (kgs)|
Pipe Size Chart
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|Dimensional Weight (kgs)||0.3800|
|Actual Weight (kgs)||0.38|
|Material||Ductile Iron to BS EN 1563|
|Fitting Function||ADA, Tee / Socket|
|Loads||A Kee Access component (size 5 to 9) can support an axial load of 800Kg. per set screw with the set screw tightened to a torque of 39Nm. (rating includes a safety factor of 2:1)|
|Set Screw||Case hardened steel, Kee Koat corrosion resistant coating|
|Standards||BS EN ISO 1461|