SS154FT-NB502T

  • Description
    • A light-duty four arm face-mounted spider fitting complete with four 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. glass bolts
    • A single fixing bolt and shear pin provides secure fastening of the spider onto the structure
    • Formerly named the S15-4-NB1a Spider Assembly
  • Description
    • A light-duty four arm face-mounted spider fitting complete with four 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. glass bolts
    • A single fixing bolt and shear pin provides secure fastening of the spider onto the structure
    • Formerly named the S15-4-NB1a Spider Assembly
    • A little more about the NB502T glass bolts:
      • A light-duty non-articulating front-mounting glass bolt
      • Allen key connection on the outside face      
      • Useful for situation where access from the back is not possible – this bolt can be fixed from the front of glass 
  • Key Dimensions
    • Spider Fitting  
      • Four arms
      • 150mm between feet of spider
      • Approximately 92mm from the face of the structure to the outside face of glass when installed (distance will  change with glass thickness)
    • NB502 Non-articulating Bolt                                            
      • 50mm diameter tapered face
      • M10 support bolt with a M8 hole in glass
      • Minimum 22mm [7/8”] diameter hole in glass
  • Suggested Applications
    • Used with smaller pieces of glass  
      • Interior glass walls, infill panels or canopies with minimal or no snow or wind loadLoads created by positive or negative wind pressure (the blowing on or sucking in on glass).  
      • Walls – Glass panels up to approximately 2.4m by 1.5m 
      • Canopies – Glass panels up to approximately 1.5m by 0.8m
    • Face-mounting onto steel structures, HSS profiles or concrete 
    • Monolithic and 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. from 10mm to 19mm thick
  • Loading Capabilities
    • Spider is capable of withstanding 0.8kN [180lbf] in plane and 1.5kN [337lbf] perpendicular to plane of glass
  • Materials
    • Stainless Steel Grade 304 (standard)
    • Stainless Steel Grade 316 (optional)
  • Finish
    • Similar to No. 4 Satin (standard)
    • Bright polish mirror similar to No. 8 (optional)

 

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  • Description
    • A light-duty four arm face-mounted spider fitting complete with four 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. glass bolts
    • A single fixing bolt and shear pin provides secure fastening of the spider onto the structure
    • Formerly named the S15-4-NB1a Spider Assembly
    • A little more about the NB502T glass bolts:
      • A light-duty non-articulating front-mounting glass bolt
      • Allen key connection on the outside face      
      • Useful for situation where access from the back is not possible – this bolt can be fixed from the front of glass 
  • Key Dimensions
    • Spider Fitting  
      • Four arms
      • 150mm between feet of spider
      • Approximately 92mm from the face of the structure to the outside face of glass when installed (distance will  change with glass thickness)
    • NB502 Non-articulating Bolt                                            
      • 50mm diameter tapered face
      • M10 support bolt with a M8 hole in glass
      • Minimum 22mm [7/8”] diameter hole in glass
  • Suggested Applications
    • Used with smaller pieces of glass  
      • Interior glass walls, infill panels or canopies with minimal or no snow or wind loadLoads created by positive or negative wind pressure (the blowing on or sucking in on glass).  
      • Walls – Glass panels up to approximately 2.4m by 1.5m 
      • Canopies – Glass panels up to approximately 1.5m by 0.8m
    • Face-mounting onto steel structures, HSS profiles or concrete 
    • Monolithic and 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. from 10mm to 19mm thick
  • Loading Capabilities
    • Spider is capable of withstanding 0.8kN [180lbf] in plane and 1.5kN [337lbf] perpendicular to plane of glass
  • Materials
    • Stainless Steel Grade 304 (standard)
    • Stainless Steel Grade 316 (optional)
  • Finish
    • Similar to No. 4 Satin (standard)
    • Bright polish mirror similar to No. 8 (optional)

 

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NB502T - 50mm dia Button Face (Front)