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					Double Step for Brick
These steps are suitable for building into new brickwork or fitting in existing
structures. Steps can be built into the mortar gap between the bricks or into a
14mm drilled holes. The galvanised steel and virgin polypropylene offer excellent
corrosion resistance and a bright, non-slip surface for safety. A stainless steel
version is available for highly corrosive environments. Contact us for chemical
resistance details of polypropylene and other technical information.
     Fitting to New Brickwork

          1. The steps are designed to suit the
             joints between bricks.
          2. Double steps will fit between a full
             brick and one cut just less than
             half a brick or in the horizontal
          3. Insert a step every three to four
             courses of bricks depending on
             the size of brick and application.
          4. Vertical joints need to be at
             320mm for double steps.

     Fitting to Existing Structures

          1. Drill two 14mm diameter holes
             parallel and 320mm apart at least
             150mm deep.
          2. Apply an epoxy grout or suitable
             cementitious to the tails and push
             into the holes.

                                                          Order Details
                          Description                          Quantity per Box                Product Code   Price
                        Step 320 Brick                                   10                         SS402

                                         Caswick Ltd
                      Sandtoft Road, Belton, Doncaster DN9 1PN England
  Telephone +44 (0)1427 872017        Fax +44 (0)1427 873541     Email –
All information in this sheet is supplied in good faith on the basis that the company reserves the right
to amend specifications at any time. The final responsibility for selection and use of the product
must rest with the designer of the project.                                                                       January 2007

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