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Landscape Chain Posts

 

Our BOSTON GARDEN POST is a full size
reproduction of the handsome posts and caps that line the walkways of America’s oldest park, the Boston Botanical Garden.

Our caps are cast in aluminum and secured to the post with two set screws just like the original. The posts are constructed from a heavy aluminum extruded “I” beam that has been notched to accept the chain. Therefore, there is no chance of rust or corrosion. Both the posts and caps are coated with a high quality black polyester powder coat.

New York CapTypically, the 48 inch posts are installed with 24 to 26 inches above ground. The 72 inch posts are installed with 36 to 42” above ground.

For Commercial installations we recommend that each post be set in concrete to a depth that will prevent frost heave.

 

 

New for 2017

We have added an option to upgrade our Landscape
Post and Chain system with a second string of
chain to create a unique and distinctive garden
or walkway edging. This option is easy to install
by simply drilling two receiving holes in our
aluminum posts and bolting the stainless Link to
Screw to the post with the chain threaded through it.

Link to
Screw to the post
with the chain
threaded through it. Each second chain adaptor kit is
supplied with two
black stainless steel links to screw (3484), two black bolts, nuts and lock washers.

 


Description With Boston Garden Cap With Central Park Cap
Product Code Price Product Code Price
48"Post and Cap 5200-48P $85.95 5200-48A $85.95
72" Post and Cap 5200-72P $113.85 5200-72A $113.85
Post Cap 5200-00P $28.44 5200-00A $28.44
Accessory Pack for Double Chain 5200-2CBSS $10.98 5200-2CBSS $10.98

"H" Profile

 

Aluminum Extrusion Profile at right. (2.25 " x 1.75")

 

 

 

LINKS TO PRODUCT INFO & RELATED PRODUCTS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
LANDSCAPE CHAIN INDEX PAGE
PLAIN LANDSCAPE CHAIN
VICTORIAN LANDSCAPE CHAIN
CHAIN ACCESSORIES


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