Strut Post - SP160B Glass Balustrade System

Product Description

The Strut Post system is an adjustable clamping system, designed for 12-17.52mm toughened glass (base fix) without holes. Manufactured from 2205 Duplex Grade Stainless Steel, Strut Posts are a popular choice for their modern, minimalist finish. Strut Posts have crafted covers that hide the engineered stainless steel fixings.

Key Features

  • Available for base fixed (top) mounted applications for 12- 17.52mm glass.
  • Manufactured from 2205 Duplex Stainless Steel to withstand coastal conditions.
  • Cover plates conceal the fixings and provide a smart finish.
  • No holes required in the glass.

Material Finish

  • Made from 2205 Duplex grade stainless steel.
  • Available in machined, satin, or polished finish.
  • Powdercoated upon request. Note: Powder coating is available in a wide range of colours with commercially available surface integrity warranties from 10 to 30 years.
  • All fixings must be Stainless Steel.

Occupancy Type

  • Suitable for occupancy types A, A Other, B, E, and C3. (Subject to glass & fixing type)
  • Occupancy Types as per AS/NZ 1170.1.2002.

Interlinking Rail

  • All monolithic toughened frameless glass balustrades must have an Interlinking Rail to conform to NZS 4223.3.2016, including the latest amendment of NZBC B1.
  • Railing and Handrails Systems


  • Complies with AS/NZS 1170:2002, NZS 4223.3.2016, NZ Building Code B1, F2, F4, and F9.

Scope of Use

  • The SP160B and SP300S Strut Post is ideal for those seeking a more industrial looking Frameless Glass Balustrade aesthetic.
  • The strut posts assist with water draining and cleaning, making it an ideal choice for Pool Fence applications
  • The system is ideal for external balconies and stairs - as well as for internal stairs and landings. It can be fixed directly to either timber, steel or concrete surfaces.
  • An interlinking top rail finishes off the system, producing a low profile modern look.


  • Exceeds the wind loading for all Wind Zones up to and including Very High Wind Zone as set out in NZS 3604:2011.
  • Max design Wind pressure subject to glass type and fixing method.

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