CableRail Conceal Kits Make it Easy™
CableRail Conceal Kits are an easy-to-install cable railing system which provide an alternative solution to our original CableRail Kits for customers looking for the look and feel of a slightly lower profile of the fittings on the end posts.
Conceal Kits for Level and Stair Applications
All fittings and cables are manufactured from high-quality 316-grade stainless steel for weather-tough durability, ultra-low maintenance, and lasting beauty.
Each kit includes the following:
- 1⁄8″ diameter cable with Conceal Terminal pre-attached to one end
- Conceal Quick-Connect® Fitting
- Conceal Receiver.
Available in 5-ft increments starting at 5-ft (#105), all the way up to 50-ft (#150). All kits can be used for stair applications using beveled washers.
100 SERIES (1/8″) FOR WOOD POSTS
Available in 5-ft increments starting at 5-ft (#105), all the way up to 50-ft (#150). Choose the increment based on your cable run length. These items are available in bulk for large projects; ask your retailer for more information.
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All level kits can be used for stair applications using beveled washers.
Comparison to Original CableRail Kits
CableRail gets even sleeker! Conceal Kits are an easy to install cable railing system providing an alternative solution to our original CableRail Kits for customers looking for the look and feel of a slightly lower profile of the fittings on the end posts.
Care and Maintenance
Feeney offers comprehensive care and maintenance documents categorized by material: one for stainless steel fittings and cables, and another for powder-coated aluminum products.
For best protection of CableRail, Feeney recommends using SteelRenewal™ and SteelProtect™, a stainless steel cleaner and protectant kit combo pack to help maintain your stainless steel surfaces.
Do I need protector sleeves at every hole?
No. Protector sleeves protect the wood from cable abrasion, and they are only needed at those hole locations where the cable enters the post at an angle and would have a tendency to cut into the wood. Typical locations are at the transition posts on stairs or ramps or the outside faces of double corner posts.
Can I run the cables continuously around a single corner post or do I have to terminate?
In most cases, you will need to terminate the cables at a single corner post. To run the cables continuously around a corner, you would need to have double posts at the corner. For basic guidelines to help prepare your railing frame, please see our Feeney CableRail Installation Instructions.
What’s the longest cable run I can have?
When using our standard CableRail Kits, we recommend that straight runs of cable (no corners or bends) should not exceed 70 feet. Runs with corner bends (using double corner posts) should not exceed 40 feet and should not have more than two corners per run. Maximum run lengths may be less if using CableRail Conceal Kits or other Quick-Connect® or swage-type fittings. Give us a call to confirm the maximum run lengths for your specific project.