SUPPORTS AT 2000 MAX. CENTRES AND TO BE EQUALLY SPACED WHERE POSSIBLE HANDRAIL - 32 NB.(42.4 OD) x 3.

2 GAUGE PIPE CHAINHOOK OPTIONAL

NOTES
1. THIS DRAWING TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH GENERAL STRUCTURAL NOTES DRAWING. 2. THE DETAILS SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING ARE BASED ON REQUIREMENTS OUTLINED IN A.S.1657 (S.A.A. CODE FOR FIXED PLATFORMS,WALKWAYS,STAIRWAYS AND LADDERS) AND ARE MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE. THE TYPE AND EXTENT OF HANDRAILS IS SHOWN ON THE DESIGN DRAWINGS. CONTACT SURFACES OF HANDRAILS SHALL BE SMOOTH AND FREE FROM BURRS AND SHARP CORNERS. ALL HANDRAILS ON THIS DRAWING ARE MONOWILLS HANDRAILING. ALL HANDRAIL STANCHIONS AND RAILING TO BE HOT DIPPED GALVANISED U.O.N.. TYPE ’P’ STANCHIONS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED WHERE CUT-OUTS IN THE FLOORING ARE REQUIRED FOR STANCHION INSTALLATION. IF BENT PIPE IS NOT CONTINUOUS THROUGH STANCHION BALL, USE SPLICE (DETAIL P) OR FULLY WELD PIPE TO STANCHION.

460

STANCHION - 40 NB. (48.3 OD) x 3.2 GAUGE PIPE

3. 4.

’a’
5.

1020

560

KICKPLATE (TYP)

505

485

FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL 10 MAX.

CHANNEL, UNIVERSAL BEAM OR UNIVERSAL COLUMN

KNEERAIL - 25 NB. (33.7 OD) x 3.2 GAUGE PIPE KICKPLATE - 100 x 6 FL WELDED OR ’D’ ’D’ BOLTED 1 - M12-4.6/S

KICKPLATE SUPPORT BRACKET

6. 7.

5

ES RI VA

45

8.
ES RI

’D’

’D’

’D’

’D’

55

75

’D’

150

VA

’a’

75

90° BEND

5

PIPE SLEEVE Ex 50NB. MED. GAUGE PIPE

PIPE SLEEVE Ex 50NB. MED. GAUGE PIPE 5

5 102 OFFSET TO SUIT STRUCTURE 2 OFF M16 8.8/S BOLTS-TYP.

’a’ = ANGLE OF STAIR STANCHION & ANGLE CLOSURE BEND

PREFERRED ANGLE ’a’ = 37°

OFFSET TO SUIT STRUCTURE

SIDE - ’S’

A

SIDE-OFFSET-’SO

B

PLATFORM-’P’

C

WELDED-’W’

D

SIDE CONVEYOR -’SC’

E

CORED-’C’

F

OFFSET CORED -’C’

G

DRILLED ONE SIDE ONLY -’DOSO’

H

ANGLE MOUNTED - ’AM’

J

R140 TOP OR INTERMEDIATE STANCHION BALL

’B’ INSIDE FACE
’A’

WELDED

TYPE ’AM’ STANCHION

6

TYPE ’P’ STANCHION ’A’
0 14 R

00 20

NT CE X. MA

S RE

COMPLIMENTARY ANGLE TO STAIR ANGLE TYPE ’SO’ STANCHION TOP OR INTERMEDIATE RAIL ’B’ STANDARD 90° BEND:'A' & 'B' = 300 NON STD BEND : 'A' + 'B' = 6500 MAX. 'A' OR 'B' MINIMUM =200 STANCHION CENTRES REMAIN AT 2000 DESPITE BEND LENGTH. STANDARD ANGLE BEND: 'A' & 'B' = 300 NON STD. ANGLE BEND : 'A' +'B' = 6500 MAX. 'A' OR 'B' MINIMUM = 200 STANCHION CENTRES REMAIN AT 2000 DESPITE BEND LENGTH.

5

1-M16 8.8/S

STD PIPE SLEEVE 152 LONG
3

ANGLE BENDS 5 W.P. 20

100 x 6 FL

TYPICAL STANCHION/ HANDRAIL JOINT

K

TYPICAL 90° STD. & NON STD. BENDS SEE NOTE 8.

L

TYPICAL STANDARD & NON STANDARD ANGLE BENDS
8MM-CHAIN LINK (TYP)

BOLTED

M

TYPICAL KICKPLATE SPLICE

N

TYPICAL HANDRAIL SPLICE

P

FLANGED CONNECTION (ALTERNATIVE)

a

2000 100 x 6 KICKPLATE MAX. 700 NOMINAL W.P. 58 ANGLE CLOSURE BEND (ACB) ANGLE TO SUIT STAIR PREFERRED ANGLE ’a’= 37° 140 RAD. KICKPLATE SUPPORT
20 00 MA X.

2000 MAX.

100 MAX.

TYPE ’S-DOSO’ STANCHION WITH KICKPLATE MOUNTING BRACKET & CHAINHOOKS

PROVIDE HORIZONTAL CLOSURE BEND WHERE COLUMNS DO NOT ALLOW CONTINUATION OF HANDRAIL

5

10 (MAX.)
ONE BALL ’C OB’ STANCHION (ONE BALL) WITH CHAIN HOOKS 300 300 TYPE ’C’ STANCHION 10 GAP GREATER THAN 1200: REMOVABLE STANCHIONS AT 2000 CTRS. MAX. KICKPLATE SUPPORT 100 x 6 KICKPLATE

0 R14

HORIZONTAL CLOSURE BEND (HCB)

CE NT RE S

W.P.
VA W RI AN ITH ES GL E

TYPE ’SO’ STANCHION WITH KICKPLATE MOUNTING BRACKET

900 MIN. CLEARANCE TYP K 100 x 6 FL KICKPLATE

1200 OR LESS: REMOVABLE STANCHION NOT REQUIRED

TYPICAL REMOVABLE SAFETY CHAIN & RAIL/COLUMN CONNECTION DETAILS TYPICAL REMOVABLE PANEL
NOTE 8. OR DETAIL P

PREFERRED MIN.

3

1

Q DETAIL, NOTE 8 & KP BRACKET RE-NUMBERED FROM STD-018r3
PARTICULARS

MR 01/08/07 TW 19/5/05
BY DATE

280

2 OFF 90° BENDS

TYP

K

100

TYPICAL CLOSURE TYPICAL STAIR & PLATFORM HANDRAIL DETAILS HANDRAIL JOINT

Q

FO

GEN R

E EAS EL LR ERA

0
REV

WEBFORGE (WA)
24 TENNANT STREET, WELSHPOOL WESTERN AUSTRALIA A.C.N. 009 419 756
Phone (08) 9361 8933 Fax (08) 9361 7057

CLIENT: JOB: DETAIL:
WEBFORGE GRID TYPE DRAWN CHK CUST. O/N.

STANDARD HANDRAIL DETAILS STANCHION WELDING
SURFACE TREATMENT REQ’N No. DRAWING No.

STD - 101/0
REV.

TAW
DATE

11/94

JOB No.

STD - 101

1

STATIONARY DATE: 27/10/04

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