Here at Origin we can supply you with the appropriate glass channel fixing for your frameless glass channel. The type of glass channel fixing that you will need depends on what you are fixing to and which profile you are using.
Using an effective fixing for glass channel is one of the most important parts of ensuring that your balustrade is securely fixed. Any weakness in the glass channel fixing can lead to a small movement a the bottom of the profile. This can then lead to a far greater movement at the top of the glass. Here at Origin we can advised on which frameless glass channel fixing is best for you.
Which ever channel you are using, the best material to fix to for any of our channel systems is always to steel or concrete.
If the glass channel fixing that you are using is for steel, we would recommend an M12 x 100mm countersunk socket. This glass channel fixing is supplied with a screw nut and washer.
If the glass channel fixing that you are using is for concrete, we would recommend using an expansion bolt. We distribute our anchor bolts on behalf of Fischer. It is their FH II 12/50 SK anchor bolt. This is one of the most effective glass channel fixings that we supply. You can also resin fix using a glass channel fixing. We can supply the threaded bar, countersunk head for fixing to concrete and resin/resin gun.
If the glass channel fixing that you require is fixing to timber, we can supply a chipboard screw which is countersunk and is 120mm in length.