Round Stainless Steel Handrail

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The Round Stainless Steel Handrail provides an ergonomic gripping surface as well as a sleek and simple brushed finish. Compliant with ADA requirements for handrails, our stainless steel handrails are highly resistant to the elements and are easy to clean and maintain. Standard length is 12'.


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Round Stainless Steel Handrail


How will my order be shipped?

Most orders will be shipped direct via FedEx Ground. Orders containing 12′ long parts, such as WX6 wall guards, will require shipment via a LTL Freight Carrier. If your order must be shipped via freight, you will be contacted after placing your order by a Customer Service Representative.

How do you determine shipping costs?

The shipping rates displayed at checkout are based on the size and weight of the items ordered. The FedEx Ground prices shown reflect the actual cost of your shipment. Due to the length of the products additional shipping and handling costs are included in the quoted price.

Will I be notified when my order ships?

Yes, you will receive an email with your carrier and tracking information on the day that your order is shipped.

Installation Instructions



  • Wall Returns
  • Mounting Brackets
  • Inside/Outside Corners
  • Stainless Steel Tubing
  • Splice Units
  • Level
  • Chalk Line
  • Tape Measure
  • Phillips Screw Driver
  • Electric Drill/Screwdriver
  • Hack Saw/Cut Off Saw
  • File
  • Channel Lock Pliers

Step 1

Measure where you will be installing the handrail and make a simple sketch of your handrail layout to verify returns, corners, and splices.

Step 2

Verify that you have the required amount of brackets, a bracket should be placed 6” from the end at each side of the handrail run. Then space out the brackets for the remainder of the run at 36” on center.

Step 3

Using the appropriate plans, layout the handrail runs along the wall. Measure and mark the center line for the brackets placing a bracket at 6” from each end of the run and then 36” on center for the remainder. The bracket required a solid braking at least 3/4”.

Step 4

The tubing comes wrapped in a layer of plastic film that should be left in place as long as possible during the installation process to protect the finish of the metal.

Step 5

Once you have the height and position of the brackets, begin to attach the brackets loosely to the wall with one screw.

Step 6

Place the tube on the brackets and adjust the brackets for proper angle before you securely tighten the brackets to the wall with the rest of the brackets screws.

Step 7

Securely tighten the tube to the brackets with setscrews.

Step 8

To secure returns or corners, apply a continuous bead of LIDO Weld® around the interior of the surface of one part and press and rotate it into place.

Step 9

Once the installation is complete, remove the existing protective plastic film from the handrail.