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CRL 8B Series Mill Aluminum 120" Square Base Shoe Drilled for 1/2" Glass

Finish/Color: Mill
Substitutions: B5S10D
Item #: 8B10D
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Shipping Weight : 60.0 Pounds
Shipping Limitations : No UPS - Common Carrier Only
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CRL 8B Series Mill Aluminum 120" Square Base Shoe Drilled for 1/2" Glass
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CRL 8B Series Mill Aluminum 120" Square Base Shoe Drilled for 1/2" Glass
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Product Details
  • Drilling Center To Center (Inches)
    12
  • Finish/Color:
    Mill
  • Glazing Thickness (Inches)
    1/2
  • Glazing Type
    Monolithic
  • Height (Inches)
    4-1/8
  • Length (Inches)
    120
  • Material
    Aluminum
  • Profile
    Drilled
  • Width (Inches)
    2-1/2
Product Overview
  • 30% Lighter Than CRL's Traditional B5S Series Shoe
  • Designed and Engineered for Glass Railing and Windscreen Applications
  • For Use with 1/2" (12 mm) Monolithic Tempered Glass
  • 10' and 20' Stock Lengths Available Drilled and Undrilled
  • Environmentally Friendly (Green Product)
  • Easily Cut to Length Using Your Chop Saw
  • Use Monolithic Tempered Glass
  • CRL Glass Railing Systems Meets NBC Load Requirements When Installed in Accordance to ICC-3269

This CRL 8B Series Square Base Shoe is the same profile as our standard B5S Series, but it is 30% lighter, which means it is more price competitive, environmentally friendly, and will reduce your shipping costs. Designed to work with CRL's patented TAPER-LOC® System, 8B can be easily cut to the required length using a chop saw with a minimum 10" (254 mm) saw blade for aluminum.

Product Warning:

CRL does not recommend direct powder coating of this base shoe extrusion. Powder coated cladding applied over the base shoe is the recommended method.

All pre-drilled CRL Base Shoes have a +1/8 (3 mm)/-1/16 (1.5 mm) tolerance between each hole drilled in the base. Before drilling installation holes in the concrete or steel substrate it is recommended that the installer place the base shoe into the planned final position, then mark the position of the holes to be drilled into the substrate.

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