Kee Safety Inc. Datasheets for Tube Fittings

Tube fittings connect runs of tubing for in-line, offset, multi-port, and mounting configurations to other tubing sections, pipe, hose, and other fluid transfer components.
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Product Name Notes
A 90 degree elbow joint, most frequently used as an end joint for the top rail of guardrailing on a level site.
A four point fixing base or wall flange.
A heavy duty, four point fixing, base flange. Ideal when a structural fixing is required.
A metal drive-in plug, which is difficult to remove after installation. For proper insertion, a rubber mallet should be used.
A swivel fitting for attachment of angled pipe to a flat setting. PA Warning: This fitting is not recommended for use as a base flange to support guardrailing or balustrading...
An internal swivel fitting, designed to accommodate varying angles on handrailing to staircases, ramps, or bracing. Used in conjunction with types L10, L15, L25, or L45 it eliminates the need...
Complete combination fitting. Reducing combinations of Type LC51 are available, Sizes 6, 7 and 8.
Complete combination fitting. Reducing combinations of Type LC52 are available in sizes 6, 7 and 8.
Complete combination fitting.
Designed to give a 90 degree butt joint between two tubes. Frequently used for the joint between end uprights and the middle rail on guardrailing where the site is straight...
Designed to give a 90 degree offset crossover joint. Frequently used on safety railing, where, to reduce cost by minimizing the pipe cuts, a continuous horizontal rail is used. It...
Designed to give an in-line joint between tubes of the same size. Frequently used to allow full pipes to be used in railing applications.
Ideal when a structural fixing is required. Type L62 should always be used to fix down guardrailing and balustrades. The holes are of sufficient diameter to give a good fixing...
Most commonly used as the 90 degree joint between the top rail and an intermediate upright on guardrailing. As there are two socket set screws in the sleeve, this Kee...
Most frequently paired with Type L20 to give a 90 degree corner joint for the middle rail of guardrailing and other rectangular structures. The upright passes through the fitting.
One half of a combination fitting. This can also be used for attaching flat panels to tubular structures.
Railing Flange with Toeboard Adapter The Type L69 fitting has been designed for guardrailing and balustrading applications and provides the added benefit of attaching a kick plate to the base.
Side palm fixing for guardrailing and balustrading to walls, parapets, steps and ramps. The upright cannot drop throught the socket. PA Warning: If the upright is required to pass through...
The female part of a swivel fitting combination.
The male part of a swivel fitting combination. The fitting can also be used to attach flat panels to tubular structures.
The simple but effective engineering principle of the Kee Klamp Fitting is the foundation of the most versatile pipe connection system available. There are many variations of fittings to suit...
This adjustable fitting can be used for railing on staircases between the mid-rail and intermediate upright which is required to remain vertical. It can be used at any selected angle...
This adjustable fitting is most frequently used for struts and braces. It can be used at any selected angle between 30° and 60°. Suitable for connecting an angled staircase rail...
This fitting is designed for side palm fixing of uprights to steel channels, walls, parapets, steps and ramps. The upright cannot drop through the socket.
This fitting, with holes provided for countersunk flat head screw fixings only, is designed to carry handrails along walls or to fix structures back to walls. The pipe passes through...
This flange, with holes provided for countersunk head fixing screws only, is used on structures where the fixing required is positional only. Frequently used as a wall-fixing bracket. PA Warning:...
Type L148 is a structural base fixing used to fix down guardrailing and balustrades. This fitting is available with 2 or 4 fixing holes which are of sufficient diameter to...
Used on racking to join horizontal carrying rails to the upright, leaving the socket to take a horizontal tie across the section. For shelved racking, it is usual to have...
Used to form variable angle joints between 60 and 200 degrees. These fittings are not designed to absorb bending loads at barrel intersection.