• Wall mounted barres for ultimate stability
• These hinged brackets provide 3 usable barre height positions: Center, 5” up and 5” down.
• When not in use the barre may be stored flat against the wall up or down.
• Wood barres provide a traditional, natural design element.
• Proudly made in the USA
• Exclusive 10-Year Limited Warranty
• Barres are Natural Ash wood 1-1/2” diameter, sanded smooth – ideal for hands of all sizes.
• Barres are only available in 40", 56" and 72" lengths because the hinge mechanisms work best with just 2 brackets. Multiple barres may be mounted side by side for longer lengths.
• Heavy duty indexing brackets are manufactured from laser cut and formed 3/16" steel and are powder coated in a beautiful textured matte black finish.
• These hinged brackets have pull pins to change the barre height; there are 3 usable barre height positions - center, 5” up and 5” down as well as storing flat against the wall.
• Bracket mount plate is 1-1/2” wide x 4” tall. (See Guides & Diagrams)
• Distance from mounting surface to center of barre is approximately 8” when barre is set at the center position. (See Guides & Diagrams)
• Barres supports 150 lbs. distributed weight when properly installed.
• Brackets may be placed anywhere along the barre; this should allow for mounting into 2 wall studs.
• The use of a backerboard securely mounted to the wall to attach the bracket to is recommended when stud spacing is a problem.
• Systems include all components and hardware needed for installation into wood studs or a wood backerboard.
• Wood screws are provided for use underneath each bracket collar to secure the barres.
• The use of a backerboard securely mounted to the wall is recommended so that the brackets may be mounted at the required spacing.
• Ballet barres are typically mounted at 42” top of barre height for ballet/dance.
• Barres for barre fitness are typically mounted between 36” and 40” top of barre height.
Care Of Wood Barres
Most people use the wood barres unfinished as they are and let them naturally patina. We do not recommend staining or varnishing the barres because this may cause a sticky buildup or may wear and need to be re-finished. For a wood preserver, we do recommend using a Danish oil or Linseed oil every few months. For cleaning, we recommend using 600 grit sandpaper and lightly sanding the affected areas.