Maclock Fencing - Red Phoenix - Custom Stainless Products
40 Ingleston Road, Wakerly, QLD, 4154, Australia
Telephone: +61 7 3390 8399, Fax: +61 7 3390 6947, email: info@maclockproducts.com.au

Maclock Fence Bracket
SERIES - 2 For Continuous Rails

Fencing Made Easy

 

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Type S for Square Posts

Maclock Fence Brackets Series 2 are used for the fixing of rails to the face of posts. Checking and morticing of the post is eliminated as the rails are carried by the brackets. Splitting of timber rails, particularly at rail joints, is a thing of the past.
Rails fixed in this way provide a stronger, neater finish
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Type R for Round Posts

Using Maclock Fence Brackets Series 2
1. After the timber posts are concreted in position, mark the rail levels required.

2. Fix the Maclock Fence Bracket Series 2 to the post at the correct level. (A temporary nail holding the bracket in place will allow adjustment of rail level before final fixing of the bracket.) Nail the bracket to the post using Drivegrip Spiral Nails (3.75mm (0.15") x 40mm (1.57") for hardwood and Woodgrip Nails for treated pine).

3. Once the Maclock Fence Brackets are secured to the posts the fixing of rail can commence. Rail joints should be made in the centre of the fence bracket. Using the holes provided drive nails from both top and bottom sides of the bracket to firmly secure the rails.

 

 

Bracket Sizes: For 100mm (4"), 95mm (3.7"), 90mm (3.5"), 75mm (3") and 70mm (2.8") rails

Bracket Material: Pre-galvanised Grade 550 High Tensile Steel
        Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel

Bracket Thickness: 1mm (0.04")

Nails for Brackets: Drivegrip Spiral Nails - 3.75mm (0.15") x 40mm (1.57") = hardwood.
Woodgrip Nails - 2.85mm (0.11") x 30mm (1.18") = for treated pine.

Bracket Usage: Type R = for Round Posts
Type S = for Square Posts

Packaging: Boxes of 50 Brackets
Boxes of 100 Brackets

 

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Maclock Fasteners hold timber together