Designed to give a 90 degree butt joint between two tubes. Frequently used for the joint between end uprights and middle rail where the railing site is straight and level. Also used for base ties on racking. This fitting cannot be used where the tube passing through the sleeve is required to be jointed within the fitting.
|Model||Measurements (in.)||Weight (lbs.)|
|Model||Measurements (mm)||Weight (kgs)|
References A, B, C refer to the Outer Diameter of the pipe that fits inside the fitting.
Pipe Size Chart
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|Dimensional Weight (kgs)||0.2500|
|Actual Weight (kgs)||0.25|
|Material||Ductile Iron to BS EN 1563|
|Fitting Function||Cross, Railing, Tee / Socket|
|Loads||A Kee Klamp component (size 5 to 9) can support an axial load of 2000 lbs. per set screw with the set screw tightened to a torque of 29 lbs/ft. (rating includes a safety factor of 2:1).|
|Set Screw||Case hardened steel, Kee Koat corrosion resistant coating|
|Standards||ASTM A47-77-32510, BS EN ISO 1461|