Extend your cable runs with a minimal visual footprint. Venture series intermediates are sleek, structural pass-through posts, designed to support both your top rail and cables. Each post includes pre-drilled, elongated holes with 3-inch spacing to offer support on both level and sloped runs. Side mount posts include a removable bracket for securing railing to the fascia or outside face of a structure, making installation on stairs easier and maximizing surface space.
Please Note: Side-mount brackets are optimized for use on wood structures only and should not be attached to concrete or stone! Mounting screw holes are tightly spaced to maximize their holding strength in wood. However, in a masonry application, this highly increases the likelihood of damage between adjacent pilot holes, compromising the safety of your railing. Venture series top mount posts are designed for use in most masonry applications.
Each post features tapered, elongated holes that allow cables to pass through seamlessly without kinking. The patent-pending universal top is also designed to accommodate handrails on both level and angled runs.
Minimal Profile for a Cleaner View
Industry-leading slim 3/4-inch profile with far less obstruction to your view versus traditional 2-inch posts. Mount intermediates to the outside face of your deck or stairs, and maximize your surface space.
Structural Support That Meets IRC Guidelines
You won't have to worry about the strength of your railing again! Each intermediate is machined from solid stainless steel and built for strength, durability, and lasting beauty, even in coastal environments.
Made Exclusively in the USA
All components of the Venture series railing are proudly designed and made in the USA.
What's included with each post?
(1) Structural intermediate post
(1) Universal stainless steel post top (handrail mounting bracket)
(1) Side Mount Bracket
(2) 1/4-20 x 1-1/8" Stainless Steel Socket Head Cap Screws for securing the post column to the bracket
What tools & supplies will I need to install my posts?