A range of stainless steel balcony railing brackets that come with protective rubber pads to protect your paintwork/glass and a level adjustment mechanism that ensures your flowerpots or boxes are perfectly level (self-watering containers do not work properly unless they are level).
1. Adjustable widths (10-70; 10-135;10-270mm).
2. Curved/Hook (40-65;10-19mm).
3. L Shaped, for hanging a second lower-level from one of the above brackets.
Brick Railing-> (135w200d;275w200d).
Metal railing/metal bars, metal railing/glass wall-> (65hook230d;70w200d;70w400d;135w200d).
Glass freestanding-> (19hook200d;19hook400d).
Once you have chosen the type of bracket that fits your railing you need to choose the correct stand-off distance and planter box restraining mechanism.
Planter box restraining mechanism this is how the planter box is held in place on the brackets. There are 2 choices
1. Under the lip restraining mechanism - this is the most secure connection system but it only really works well with one type planter box which is the Decor 60 cm long self-watering planter box which you can purchase from us or you can get them from Bunnings.
2. Adjustable base box restraint - this mechanism attaches to the base of the bracket and you can move it in an out so that it presses firmly against the planter box, not as secure for tall plants in windy situations, although still better than most other bracket systems, but it will allow you to use a wide range of planter boxes even ones that are taller than the bracket i.e. higher than 200 mm.
3. None required if using the shelf.
Stand-off distance, this is basically the distance between the vertical of the bracket and the wall of the railing e.g. for a brick bracket with no capping on top or a stand-alone panel of glass, then the stand-off distance is 0 to 30 mm, this is the length of the bolt which is used to adjust the level of the planter box it comes with a protective cap so it will not scratched glass or metal.
Also to note, if the vertical of your railing is made up of horizontal or vertical slats then you may need the Brackets stand-off mechanisms to bridge the gap, in most situations you shouldn't need this as you can adjust the brackets horizontally so they line up with most vertical slats, but sometimes they are very small or you may be placing the end of the bracket through the slats at the top as in a paling fence that has gaps between the palings.
If it is a wall or fence see the next Product group Brackets for Walls & Fences.
For More Info. Click On-> Brackets for Balcony & Deck Railings.pdf
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