Reer StairFlex Safety Gate Adapter Kit for Railings
Designed to provide mounting surface for safety gates at areas with metal railings
Suitable for use with most pressure-mounted & wall mounted gates
Easy to install
The Reer StairFlex Safety Gate Adapter Kit for Railings (46906) is designed to facilitate installation of safety gates at areas with metal railings particularly at stairways. Pressure Mounted gates requires flat surface with sufficient space to install and wall mounted gates needs to have areas where screwing is possible. The Reer StairFlex Gate Adapter can be easily attached to railings to provide the necessary mounting surface for both pressure mounted & wall mounted safety gates.
- Suitable for parallel thin railings with separation of about 50-115 mm, round posts with a diameter of about 45-120 mm, square posts with a diameter of about 44-107 mm
- Suitable for most pressure mounted & wall mounted gates
- Power2Fix-System: the innovative mounting allows simple & safe fastening without damage to the railing
- Dimensions: length 87 x width 5 x thickness 2 cm
|Product Article Number||46906|
|Material||Pine (Pinus Pinea, New Zealand), plastic, metal|
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With the safety solutions from Reer, parents can create a safe living environment with minimum effort, where their little ones can grow up and explore the world safely.
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