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Stainless Steel Rod Railing

Rod railing posts are designed to give you the sleekest and most modern railing system on the market. These posts are anchored securely to keep everyone safe while they tension your lines of rods. Viewrail rod railing posts come in aluminum, 304 stainless steel, and 2205 duplex stainless steel.

Rod railing posts can be used indoors and outdoors, on a project’s surface or side mounted to the fascia, on wood, tile, and concrete. When it comes to Viewrail rod railing posts the options are endless. Also choose between a flat top or universal top handrail bracket on each post.

Standard Surface Mounted Rod Railing Posts: these posts mount into wooden surfaces on either flat or angled runs.

Side Mounted Rod Railing Posts: these posts minimize the surface area of your project that is lost by attaching via bolts or screws to the fascia of your project.

Concrete Mount Rod Railing Posts: these posts are used to mount onto hard surfaces like concrete, tile, ceramic, and other hard surfaces. They are either core drilled, or come with a larger base than the standard application.

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Sours: https://www.viewrail.com/rod-railing/

Do I need Different Kits for Decks or Balconies?

The short answer is no. You can use the same kit for decks, balconies, or staircases. Each DIY cable railing kit is built to be used for cable railing in all its forms. The wire cable railing kits come with all the hardware and components needed to install stainless steel balcony wire to metal posts.

Stainless Steel Hardware for an Ageless Look

All cable railing hardware is made with stainless steel components — from wiring to fasteners to fittings. This high-quality metal is used by DIY homeowners and contractors alike, and it’s built to stand up under even the most extreme coastal and corrosive environments. The kits for steel cable fence come with all the components needed to tension one end of a line of cable to a post.

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Kits FAQ

When do I need a DriveTite Kit?

You will use a DriveTite Kit anytime you need to secure a line of cable to a wood post. Either kit will work inside or outside. It contains all the components and hardware you need to attach one end of a cable to a post — and the corresponding installation kit contains all the tools you need to install the components. Use DriveTite either on a level or at an angle.

When do I need an Inside Post Mount Kit?

You will use a Inside Post Mount Kit anytime you need to turn a corner using just one post. The kit can be used for posts on an angle or on a level. Keep in mind that you will need to purchase two kits for each line of cable — one for each side. If you choose the Inside Post Mount Kit, you will need to pair it with either the Level Tension or Angle Tension kit, because on its own, the Inside Post Mount Kit doesn’t have any tensioning ability.

When do I need a Level Tension Kit?

You will use a Level Tension Kit to secure your cable line to a metal post. This kit is built for projects on a level, such as a flat deck or balcony. Keep in mind that you will need to purchase a kit for the other end of your cable.

When do I need an Angle Tension Kit?

You will use an Angle Tension Kit to secure your cable line to a metal post. This kit is built for projects on an angle, such as a staircase. Keep in mind that you will need to purchase a kit for the other end of your cable.

Are cable railing kits DIY friendly?

Yes. All of our wire cable railing kits are built to be used by anyone from a contractor to a DIY homeowner. The kits use top-of-the-line technology to hide all our metal components inside the posts, keeping your views are completely wide open. Learn how to install cable railing kits!

What do I need to install your kits?

If you are working with StairSupplies posts, the simple answer is: nothing. The kits come with all the tools and components you need to install cable railing. If you are working with your own wood posts, you may need to make special modifications, such as drilling holes in the posts.

Will these wire cable railing kits meet code?

Yes, all StairSupplies cable railing kits are completely up to code. We have engineered our hardware to tension easily and our post hole spacing meets the 4 inch sphere code.

How are your cable railing kits installed?

Our cable railing kits are designed to fit with your system. They include everything you need for installation: screws, barrel fittings, tension receivers, and threaded crimp fittings. You will attach the fittings to the wiring in one of two ways: either with a swager or a crimper.

Sours: https://www.stairsupplies.com/product-category/cable-railing-systems/cable-railing-kits/
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WiseRail® Cable Railing Kits

WiseRail®WiseCable® Legacy WC-LS

Cable Railing on Level Straight Runs
DeckWise® WiseRail® Legacy 300 fittings

Use the WiseCable® Legacy WC-LS Series for any type of wood post as an inside to inside fitting on a straight run. The tensioning device is an adjustable body with hanger bolt which is a factory swaged, tensioning, face-of-the-post-mounted fitting. A push lock with threaded eye attaches the same way to the other end.

The lag thread of the hanger bolt portion of the fitting is driven into a pre-drilled hole in the wood end post. The cable is retained within the body portion of the fitting by a ferrule swaged onto the end of the cable. The lock nut is installed all the way onto the hanger bolt first, followed by the body, which is secured onto the hanger bolt, creating tension on the cable. Once sufficient tension is achieved, the lock nut is secured against the end of the body to prevent the fitting from loosening.

Tools needed for WiseCable® Legacy WC-LS Series on level straight runs:

  • 5/32 drill bit if 1/8” cable, 7/32 if 3/16”
  • 9/32 drill bit for lag eye installation
  • 7/16 wrench for tensioning adjustable body
  • 5/32 hex wrench to tighten mounting screws
  • Cable cutting tool
  • If using post protector tubes, 1/4 drill bit
  Installation Guide  Installation Accessories
DeckWise Legacy 300 deckDeckWise® WiseRail® Legacy 300 post to post

WiseRail®WiseCable® Legacy WC-LSS

Cable Railing on a Pitch or Stairs
DeckWise® WiseRail™ Legacy 500 fittings

Top posts are often corner posts, which may require the stair run to connect to the face of the post. The top and bottom of the cable run would be connected perpendicular to those posts, and only the intermediate posts would be drilled on the angle for the cable to run through.

Use the WiseCable® Legacy WC-LSS Series for any type of wood post as an inside to inside fitting on a pitch or stair application. The tensioning device is an Adjustable body with Threaded Eye, which attaches via a mounting screw to the lag eye, threaded tab. A push lock with threaded eye attaches the same way to the other end.

DeckWise® WiseRail® Legacy 500 stair with post connectorDeckWise® WiseRail® Legacy 500 post to post

Tools needed for WiseCable® Legacy WC-LSS Series on a pitch or stairs:

  • 5/32 drill bit if 1/8” cable, 7/32 if 3/16”
  • 7/32 drill bit for lag eye installation
  • 7/16 wrench for tensioning adjustable body
  • 5/32 hex wrench to tighten mounting screws
  • Cable cutting tool
  • If using post protector tubes, 1/4 drill bit
  Installation Guide  Installation Accessories

The WiseCable® Legacy WC-LSS Series can be used to go up a stair and across a landing by inserting post protector tubes (order separately) in the break-over post. The tube will prevent the cable from carving a groove into your post where it exits at an angle. For post protector tubes, see Cable Railing Accessories page.

DeckWise® WiseRail® Legacy 500 cable railing stairs

WiseRail®WiseCable® Estate WC-ES

Cable Railing on Level Straight Runs
DeckWise® WiseRail® state WC-ES fittings

Use the WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series for any type of wood post as an outside to outside fitting on a straight level run or on a pitch or stairs. The tensioning device is a 3½” long invisible receiver, which installs through the wood post on one end. The invisible receiver with invisible stud combination is a concealed, swaged, tensioning, through-the-post-mounted fitting that is suitable for level or pitched runs, and is available for wood applications. A pull lock fitting is installed through the other end.

Use the WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series for decks with dedicated end posts for each run where the posts are situated such that, the back sides of the posts are all accessible. Meaning you can use a through-the-post configuration. This fitting is placed and concealed within a pre-drilled hole in the wood end post (a minimum of 3” of clearance must exist on the back side of the post to allow installation of the receiver). The stud is swaged onto one end of the cable and is inserted and threaded into the receiver installed in the end post. Tension is created by rotating the receiver (with a hex wrench inserted into its broached end) and drawing the stud into the receiver.

DeckWise® WiseRail® Legacy 262 post to post

Tools needed for WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series on level straight runs:

  • 5/32 drill bit if 1/8” cable, 7/32 if 3/16”
  • 29/64 drill bit for receiver and pull lock installation
  • 3/16 wrench for tensioning receiver
  • Cable cutting tool
  • If using post protector tubes, 1/4 drill bit
  Installation Guide  Installation Accessories

When taking the WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series cable railing through a corner, do not bend the cable past 45⁰ at any one time. If turning 90⁰, a 2-step turn using a double corner post configuration is required as illustrated in the corner post instructions (view here).

DeckWise® WiseRail® Estate 262 wood

To keep the cable from biting in the wood, a post protector tube must be inserted into the wood post where the cable enters/exits at an angle. See Cable Railing on a Pitch or Stairs below.


WiseRail®WiseCable® Estate WC-ES

Cable Railing on a Pitch or Stairs

The cleanest approach to running cable on a pitch is to drill through both end both posts on the square (NOT at the angle of the stairs). Use the WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series for any type of wood post as an outside to outside fitting on any pitch or stair run. No beveled washers necessary. Only intermediate posts need to be drilled on the angle of the stairs.

For wood posts on a pitch or stairs, install the WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series the same as on straight runs. The tensioning device is a 3½” long Invisible receiver, which installs through the wood post on one end. A pull lock fitting is installed through the other end with a post protector tube, ordered separately. The WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series can be used to go up a stair and across a landing by inserting post protector tubes in the break-over post. The tube will prevent the cable from carving a groove into your post where it exits at an angle.

Tools needed for WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series on a pitch or stairs:

  • 5/32 drill bit if 1/8” cable, 7/32 if 3/16”
  • 29/64 drill bit for receiver and pull lock installation
  • 3/16 wrench for tensioning receiver
  • Cable cutting tool
  • If using post protector tubes, 1/4 drill bit
  Installation Guide  Installation Accessories
DeckWise® WiseRail® Estate 262 woodDeckWise® WiseRail® Legacy 262 post to post

WiseRail®WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS

Cable Railing on Level Straight Runs
DeckWise® WiseRail® state WC-HS

The WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS Series is a budget-friendly cable railing kit for any type of wood post as an outside to outside fitting on a straight level run or on a pitch or stairs. The tensioning device is a 2-7/8” long threaded stud which installs on the back side of one end post. A pull lock fitting is installed through the other end.

This through-the-post configuration is the only scenario in which the economical threaded stud kits may be used. These threaded stud kits are more economical than the WiseCable® Estate WC-ES Series, but the threaded studs are a basic, functional fitting, not a hide-in-the-post solution. A brass hex nut and some metal thread will extend beyond the back of the post on one end. (Brass hex nut end cap sold separately.)

Use the WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS Series for decks with dedicated end posts for each run where the posts are situated such that, the back sides of the posts are all accessible. Meaning you can use a through-the-post configuration. This is both the most economical solution and where the fittings are least visible.

When taking the WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS Series cable railing through a corner, do not bend the cable past 45⁰ at any one time. If turning 90⁰, a 2-step turn using a double corner post configuration is required as illustrated in the corner post instructions (view here).

Tools needed for WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS Series on level straight runs:

  • 5/32 drill bit
  • 9/32 drill bit for threaded stud installation
  • 29/64 drill bit for pull lock installation
  • 7/32 wrench for holding the stud
  • 7/16 wrench for tightening jam nuts
  • Cable cutting tool
  • If using post protector tubes, 1/4 drill bit
  Installation Guide  Installation Accessories
DeckWise® WiseRail® state WC-HS 102 deckDeckWise® WiseRail® state WC-HS 102 post to post

To keep the cable from biting in the wood, a post protector tube must be inserted into the wood post where the cable enters/exits at an angle. See Cable Railing on a Pitch or Stairs below.


WiseRail®WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS

Cable Railing on a Pitch or Stairs

The cleanest approach to running cable on a pitch is to drill through both end both posts on the square (NOT at the angle of the stairs). Use the WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS Series for any type of wood post as an outside to outside fitting on any pitch or stair run. No beveled washers necessary. Only intermediate posts need to be drilled on the angle of the stairs.

For wood posts on a pitch or stairs, install the WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS Series the same as on straight runs. The tensioning device is a 2-7/8” long threaded stud which installs on the back side of one end post. A pull lock fitting is installed through the other end with a post protector tube, ordered separately. The WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS Series can be used to go up a stair and across a landing by inserting post protector tubes in the break-over post. The tube will prevent the cable from carving a groove into your post where it exits at an angle.

DeckWise® WiseRail® state WC-HS 102 post to post

Tools needed for WiseCable® Heritage WC-HS Series on a pitch or stairs:

  • 5/32 drill bit
  • 9/32 drill bit for threaded stud installation
  • 29/64 drill bit for pull lock installation
  • 7/32 wrench for holding the stud
  • 7/16 wrench for tightening jam nuts
  • Cable cutting tool
  • If using post protector tubes, 1/4 drill bit
  Installation Guide  Installation Accessories
DeckWise® WiseRail® state WC-HS 102 stairs

If you have trouble inserting the cable into a push or pull fitting, it may be because the locking wedges have become stuck. This is not a defect! For push lock fittings for 1/8” cable, using either a PL-KEY or 1/4" diameter bolt, insert the PL-KEY or bolt into the fitting hole and press until the wedges move freely. Using anything larger than what is recommended to free the wedges could actually get stuck inside the fitting – NOT what you want to happen!

Sours: https://www.deckwise.com/deck-cable-railing-kit.html
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