CRL B7S10F Mill Aluminum 120" B7S Series Fascia Mount Heavy-Duty Square Base Shoe with 3/4" Glazing

Item #: B7S10F by CR Laurence

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CRL B7S10F Mill Aluminum 120" B7S Series Fascia Mount Heavy-Duty Square Base Shoe with 3/4" Glazing

Item #: B7S10F by CR Laurence

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  • For 3/4" (19 mm) Monolithic Tempered Glass
  • Typically Used as the Base Channel for Glass Railing Systems in Arenas
  • Drilled and Counter Bored 12" (305 mm) Center-to-Center, or We Will Custom Drill to Your Specifications
  • Custom Cutting and Mitering Service
  • Test Reports Available

Counter Bore X Depth

7/8" (22 mm) x 1/2" (12.7 mm)

Hole Size

9/16" (14.3 mm)

Minimum Order

1 Each

Stock Length

120" (3.05 m)

Holes Drilled C.T.C.

12" (305 mm)

The CRL B7S Series Heavy-Duty Square Base Shoe is used as the base channel for glass railing systems. It can be clad in six choices of architectural finishes. The most critical component in a railing system is the proper attachment of the Base Shoe to the substrate. CRL has engineered and tested a variety of attachment methods, and has developed an acceptable combination of drilling patterns and fasteners. A printed brochure with instructions, installation hints, cleaning, and refinishing techniques is available.
GLASS SPECIFICATONS:
3/4" (19 mm) Thick Glass when using TAPER-LOC® Dry Glaze System or Wet Glaze System. Important Notes: All heavy Base Shoes have a stock length tolerance of plus or minus 3/4" (19 mm). CRL does not recommend direct powder coating of this base shoe extrusion. Powder coated cladding applied over the base shoe is the recommended method. All pre-drilled CRL Base Shoes have a +1/8 (3 mm)/-1/16 (1.5 mm) tolerance between each hole drilled in the base. Before drilling installation holes in the concrete or steel substrate it is recommended that the installer place the base shoe into the planned final position, then mark the position of the holes to be drilled into the substrate.