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Glass Fencing Spigots Structure
Glass Fencing Spigots Glass Fencing Spigots Structure

Post In-ground Glass Spigot

Part No. LS-HRC

Glass Thickness 12mm
Weight 1.25Kg
Outline Dimension 245mm*50mm
Material 2205/304/316
Application: Outdoor glass railing, Fence, Balcony railing, Pool fence, Stair handrail, Garden fence, etc.

Glass Spigot Description

This Post In-ground Glass Fencing Spigot is used for glass below 12mm, applicable to securing frameless glass panels around areas like pools, balconies, or decks.. The glass spigot is equipped with a groundable wire, with anti-conductivity function, to ensure the safety of use.

In-ground glass fencing spigots are designed to be installed directly into the ground or a solid surface, such as concrete or a deck, providing a sturdy anchor for the glass panels. These spigots are longer and designed to be embedded into the ground for added stability and support.These glass spigots come in various designs and finishes to accommodate different installation requirements. They can be used with a wide range of glass panel thicknesses and styles, including tempered glass, laminated glass, and patterned glass, allowing for customization and design flexibility.

Glass Spigot Specifications

Product Name

Post In-ground Glass Spigot

Outline Dimension


Glass Thickness





Classic Satin/Mirror
Powder Coat Matte Black/White
PVD-Black/Gold/Rose Gold/Gun Grey
Anti-conductive Black/White
Transparent Satin/Mirror


Duplex Stainless Steel 2205, Stainless Steel 304/316


Outdoor Glass Railing, Fence, Balcony Railing, Pool Fence, Stair Handrail, Garden Fence, etc.

Casting Process  

Siica Sol Technics Lost-wax Process


Australian Standard Test/Patent




Annual Output


Tooling Leadtime

2--4 Week

Delivery Time

4--5 Week

Package Specification

Plastic Bag, Bubble Bag.
Paper Carton, Wooden Case, or as Required.



The glass spigot is an economical product, which reduces the weight of the product as much as possible in order to reduce the cost, while ensuring that it meets the customer's needs for maximum load-bearing capacity.

Installing in-ground glass fencing spigots involves digging holes in the ground or drilling into a solid surface to accommodate the spigots. The spigots are then inserted into the holes and secured with concrete or an anchoring system to ensure they are firmly fixed in place. Glass panels are typically attached to the spigots using clamps or other securing mechanisms.

Glass Fencing Spigots Application

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