1/4 inch Industrial CableRail Kit for Aluminum Posts By Feeney
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Keep your cable deck railing costs low and your installation time fast with the affordable and convenient stainless steel CableRail kit from Feeney. An attractive and low-maintenance metal wire deck railing kit measuring in at 3/16 inch thick creates a virtually invisible cable deck railing between your existing aluminum or metal deck posts with completely open views. Crafted from durable and consistent grade 316 stainless steel, these cable fence railing kits are corrosion-resistant for a long-lasting look and increased safety for family and friends.
Feeney CableRail Kits are available for installation in existing metal, deck or patio, posts. Boasting a standard 4-1/4 inch terminal and two nylon Flat Washers to complete your installation smoothly with no extra parts, effort or pieces required.
Each Feeney steel cable railing kit includes one strand of the heavy-duty 1/4 inch diameter cable for commercial and industrial applications. Feeney CableRail kits are offered in 5-foot increments up to the maximum 70-foot length to help reduce waste and keep your budget low. Included in the Feeney cable railing kit are one pre-attached Threaded Terminal fitting, one Quick-Connect® SS fitting, and one stainless steel Snug-Grip® washer nut.
Wanting to add cable stair railing to your design and layout? Check out the Feeney Cable Stair Railing Kit for the innovative one-package solution you're looking for. Perfect your finished railing by concealing Washer Nuts and Quick-Connects with a variety of End Caps including colored or stainless steel options (sold separately).
DecksDirect recommends a few tools to help get the job done quickly, easily, and without frustration. Discover the convenience of: CableRail Cable Cutter, CableRail Lacing Needle, and the Cable Tensioning Tool for Cable Rail.
Will CableRail pass building code?
Building code varies by location, it is best to check with your local building department before installing or updating your deck.
How far apart should I space my cables?
It is recommended spacing cables no more than 3 inches apart. The International Building Code states that a 4 inch sphere cannot pass through any opening in your railing, and since the cable is non-rigid, the flex of the cable must be taken into account.
How far apart should I space my posts?
It is recommended to have a post or intermediate picket at least every 3 feet. This combined with cables spaced 3 inches apart, enables the cables to be tensioned such that they won't open past the 4-inch sphere code requirement.
Don't forget to add lighting to your project so you can enjoy your deck longer every night! View available lighting options here.
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|Type||4-1/4 in Terminal (3 in or smaller metal post)|
|Lengths||5 ft, 10 ft, 15 ft, 20 ft, 25 ft, 30 ft, 40 ft, 50 ft, 55 ft, 60 ft, 65 ft and 70 ft|
|Material Type||316 stainless steel|
|Included Accessories||(1) selected length of 1/4 inch cable with pre-attached Threaded Terminal fitting, (1) Quick-Connect® SS fitting, (2) stainless steel Flat Washers (or two nylon Flat Washers with 4-1/2 in terminal kits) and (1) stainless steel Snug-Grip® washer nut|
|Warranty||View CableRail Warranty Information|