S-Rail 1-Rail Standing Seam Brackets
Berger S-Rail aluminum snow rail for standing seam roofs are available in Mill Finish or with a black Epoxy Primer. The Berger S-Casting is a device designed to be used with tubing to create a rail system for the prevention of damage caused by the sliding of snow and ice off standing seam metal roofs. This is a 1-rail, low-profile system for standard snow loads. It functions below the standing seams on metal roofs, helping to control the possibility of dangerous ice slides. It requires no penetration of the roof. This system is easy to install, and uses a 7/32 Allen wrench. Watch the video below to see how to install the brackets. The brackets weigh 0.55 lbs each.
Self-Tapping Screws – #8 x 0.5” (stainless steel) are included with the rails (keeps the rail from sliding sideways).
The S-Casting is designed to accommodate a seam of up to ½" (0.516") thick and up to two inches (2") high.
SCSTSF: Mill Finished Cast Aluminum - natural appearance of aluminum as it comes from the mill, with no external mechanical or chemical finishing. $34.00
SCSTSFE: Medium Gloss Black E-Coat Epoxy Primer - requires a final color coat after purchase. $37.00
#TBSS20 Stainless Steel Tubing: Tubing is available in 16-gauge stainless steel, 20 ft. long by 1" square (ASTM-A-554, type 304). Sold in full lengths only, currently at $246.00 each.
Tube end caps: (TUBCAP) available in black plastic at $0.50 each.
Our manufacturer charges a flat fee of $350.00 for LTL shipping east of the Mississippi. Free shipping is offered for sufficient quantity orders. Pipes must be shipped by tractor trailer to a commercial destination. No residential deliveries! Call Joe for pricing (814-786-9085).
NOTE: Returned Berger and Mullane snow guards incur a 25% restocking fee. Please call (814) 786-9085 or email us with any questions to make sure you're ordering the correct product for your project.
We offer free shipping on snow guard orders over $1,000.00. If ordering tubing also you can still receive free shipping if the order is substantial. Call for more details.