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CRL B5T10 B5T Series Mill Aluminum 120' Tapered Base Shoe Undrilled for 1/2" Glass
Item #: B5T10 by CR Laurence
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- For 1/2" (12 mm) Monolithic Tempered Glass
- Works with TL5X10 TAPER-LOC®'X' Taper S
- Typically Used as the Base Channel for Glass Railing Systems Requiring a Flush Installation Embedded in Concrete
- Custom Cutting and Mitering Service
- Test Reports Available
- CRL Glass Railing Systems Meets NBC Load Requirements When Installed in Accordance to ICC-3269
Counter Bore X Depth
Extrusion Only (Without Holes)
120" (3.05 m)
The CRL B5T Tapered Base Shoe is typically 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.
Material: 6063 Aluminum Alloy T52 Temper
Typical Use: Heavy-Duty Tapered Base Shoe for 1/2" (12 mm) glass. Typically used as the base channel for glass railing systems requiring a flush installation embedded in concrete. Also available counter bored and drilled.
CRL does not recommend direct powder coating of this base shoe extrusion.
Powder coated cladding applied over the base shoe is the recommended method.
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