NB501C - 50mm dia Countersunk

  • Description
    • A light-duty non-articulatingThis term refers to the ability of a glass bolt to rotate in such a way that the glass can flex under load, relieving the stresses around the holes in the glass. countersunk glass bolt
    • Countersunk flat head cap screw
    • A variety of back nuts available
    • Secure locking set screw on machined back nut reduces vandalism
    • Formerly named Stella NC1 Glass Bolt
  • Description
    • A light-duty non-articulatingThis term refers to the ability of a glass bolt to rotate in such a way that the glass can flex under load, relieving the stresses around the holes in the glass. countersunk glass bolt
    • Countersunk flat head cap screw
    • A variety of back nuts available
    • Secure locking set screw on machined back nut reduces vandalism
    • Formerly named Stella NC1 Glass Bolt
  • Key Dimensions
    • 50mm diameter back plate with countersunk bolt face (flush with glass surface)
    • M8 support bolt (up to 60mm long)
    • 12mm spacing between glass and mounting surface
    • Suitable for monolithic glass from 10mm to 12mm thick
    • When using Stella countersunk bolts – to prevent breakage in glass around the holes, glass must be at least 10mm monolithic OR if you’re using laminated glassConsists of two or more pieces of glass held together with an interlayer. In the event of a breakage, the interlayer holds the shards of glass together. Tempered laminated glass is required by most codes for overhead applications such as canopies and is recommended for situations where people could be injured by falling glass., the outer liteTerm generally used in laminated or double-glazing. Refers to the glass located on the exterior of the building. must be at least 10mm thick
    • Minimum 19mm [3/4”] diameter countersunk hole in glass (upon order we can supply a sample bushing for you to forward to your glass fabricator to ensure correct sizing)
  • Suggested Applications
    • Screens, interior partitioning walls, and many more
    • Not recommended for canopies
  • Materials
    • Stainless Steel Grade 316 (standard)
  • Finish
    • Similar to No. 4 Satin (standard)
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  • Description
    • A light-duty non-articulatingThis term refers to the ability of a glass bolt to rotate in such a way that the glass can flex under load, relieving the stresses around the holes in the glass. countersunk glass bolt
    • Countersunk flat head cap screw
    • A variety of back nuts available
    • Secure locking set screw on machined back nut reduces vandalism
    • Formerly named Stella NC1 Glass Bolt
  • Key Dimensions
    • 50mm diameter back plate with countersunk bolt face (flush with glass surface)
    • M8 support bolt (up to 60mm long)
    • 12mm spacing between glass and mounting surface
    • Suitable for monolithic glass from 10mm to 12mm thick
    • When using Stella countersunk bolts – to prevent breakage in glass around the holes, glass must be at least 10mm monolithic OR if you’re using laminated glassConsists of two or more pieces of glass held together with an interlayer. In the event of a breakage, the interlayer holds the shards of glass together. Tempered laminated glass is required by most codes for overhead applications such as canopies and is recommended for situations where people could be injured by falling glass., the outer liteTerm generally used in laminated or double-glazing. Refers to the glass located on the exterior of the building. must be at least 10mm thick
    • Minimum 19mm [3/4”] diameter countersunk hole in glass (upon order we can supply a sample bushing for you to forward to your glass fabricator to ensure correct sizing)
  • Suggested Applications
    • Screens, interior partitioning walls, and many more
    • Not recommended for canopies
  • Materials
    • Stainless Steel Grade 316 (standard)
  • Finish
    • Similar to No. 4 Satin (standard)
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