LHR Low Profile Handrail
LHR Low Profile Handrail Measures 41mm High x 62mm Wide
Select your timber type and handrail length from the drop down boxes above
This low profile handrail be used with any 41mm x 41mm spindle either on the staircase or across the landing.
All LHR Hand Rails come complete with fillet strip/ Spindle Spacers used to fill the gap between each spindle. Spindle spacers are fixed in place with a suitable PVA wood adhesive, available in our shop, and can be pinned into place using panel pins. Panel pins should be sunk into the fillet strip of the rail and filled with a wood filler to match the timber.
We recommend that spindles and fillet strips are glued into the handrail and base rail using PVA wood adhesive. This will give strength and stop any potential spindle rattle.
90 Degree horizontal handrail bends are available to turn your handrail from the newel post back across the landing. These can be created during installation by cutting a miter in the handrail and forming a 90 degree bend.
Fixing Handrail to Newel Post
Handrails can be fitted to and design of newel post with a flat face by either a traditional Mortice and Tenon joint or by using our Low Profile handrail to newel post fixing kits.
HDR Rails can also be fitted to a wall as a wall mounted rail by using wall brackets designed to fit on the underside of the rail and then to a wall up the stair well or on a landing
Stair Case Building Regulations
IMPORTANT - Spindles should not be spaced more than 99mm apart to meet current building regulations
Current building Regulations state that a sphere of 100mm in diameter should not be allowed to pass between two spindles
Handrails height needs to be a minimum of 900mm. Measure from the floor to the top of the handrail on the landing area and measure from the front of a tread to the top of the handrail on the stairs
LHR Low Profile Handrail Dimensions
LHR Hand Rail Measures
Our Pine Stair parts are a Scandinavian Softwood, creamy white to yellow in colour. Naturally knotty timber with live sound knots.
Pine is ideal for painting, staining or varnishing.
If you are painting Pine rails remember to use a knotting solution to seal the knots before painting, tis will stop any sap seeping through the paint after installation. Primer, undercoat and top coats are required when finishing Pine.
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