Handrail Bracket - Magnetar Square


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The Stainless Steel Handrail Bracket - Magnetar HD Square - is for Flat Bottom handrail, modern in design, easy to install and safe and sturdy upon completion. This bracket leaves a 1 9/16" gap between a wall and the top rail, meeting ADA requirement of a 1 1/2" gap.  ANSI 316 stainless steel construction ensures an extremely durable handrail bracket that can withstand corrosive substances, such as saltwater, rain and cleaning solutions.



Customers are encouraged to call their local city to get information about their local building codes. Local building codes supersede national building codes. Inline Design is providing this information in an advisory capacity only and is not liable for any code non-compliance.

Adult Height Requirements:

Top of gripping surfaces of handrails shall be 34 inches (865 mm) minimum and 38 inches (965 mm) maximum vertically above walking surfaces, stair nosings, and ramp surfaces. Handrails shall be at a consistent height above walking surfaces, stair nosings, and ramp surfaces.

    1. Height from Surface 34" - 38"
    2. Consistent height Across Run

Adult ADA Height Requirements

Children Height Requirements:

When children are the principal users in a building or facility (e.g., elementary schools), a second set of handrails at an appropriate height can assist them and aid in preventing accidents. A maximum height of 28 inches (710 mm) measured to the top of the gripping surface from the ramp surface or stair nosing is recommended for handrails designed for children. Sufficient vertical clearance between upper and lower handrails, 9 inches (230 mm) minimum, should be provided to help prevent entrapment.

    1. Height from Surface Max 28"
    2. Vertical Clearance between handrails Min 9"
    3. Consistent height Across Run
ADA ADA Standards
OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration
USAB U.S. Access Board
NFPA National Fire Protection Association
DOJ Department of Justice ADA


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These are instructions for proper installation of a Handrail Bracket - into into sheetrock, wood, or drywall surfaces 

This bracket comes with a saddle for both flat and round tubing and a wall bracket screw/hanger bolt

Brackets should be installed with a maximum distance of 4’ 


Wear protective ANSI approved safety glasses, working gloves and breathing mask at all times  

Tools Required: 

    1. Stud-finder
    2. Handheld Drill
    3. 3/16”-1/4” Drill Bit 
    4. 13mm Wrench 
    5. 4mm Hex Wrench
    6. 2.5m Hex Wrench 
Parts List:


1) Using a stud finder, locate a stud and the vertical point from the nose of your stair (typically 31” vertically depending on your stair angle) and pre drill a hole in the stud using 3/16” drill bit.

2) Loosen the 2.5mm Allen set screw enough on the underside of the main horizontal column to clear a few threads; a small internal sleeve (#3) will be released.

3) Place the wall flange (#2) over the machine threaded end of the wall bracket screw (#1) and use fingers to tighten #3 over the machine threads.

4) Drive assembled screw and flange into the wall; secure the lag end of the stud with a 4mm hex wrench.

5) Position the flat or round saddle onto the vertical column, and tighten the connection bolt with a 4mm hex wrench to secure the saddle.  

6) Back out the Allen set screw on the underside of the horizontal column with a 2.5mm wrench, then insert the assembled vertical column into the open square of the horizontal column to the desired height and tighten.

7) Slide the complete main assembly onto the mounted sleeve in the wall, adjust to your desired angle and tighten the 2.5mm screw with a hex wrench

Refer to Tip Sheet - Installing Stainless Steel Handrails for further instructions

NOTE: A small amount of surface corrosion is not uncommon after some exposure to weather or salty conditions; we recommend using our passivation solution or a stainless steel polish to prevent surface corrosion; more information available on our Engineering Specs Page

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