The Prova railing system from Dolle is a component based, easy to install, interior and exterior railing system. The Prova railing system offers several different configurations that offer a sleek, contemporary, and custom look at DIY pricing. Prova railings are adept at creating dramatic sight lines outside and making small spaces seem larger inside.
The Prova PA29 stainless steel cable roll is a 1/8 in by 82 ft cable roll is designed to offer 4 in spaced cable infill on all sized Prova posts. Each roll will cover 123 linear inches when used with 36 in posts and 98 linear inches when used with 42 in posts. Do not sacrifice the perfect view for safety’s sake, choose Prova cable infill instead. Cable can be cut to the exact length you need using a standard hand cable snip or cutter. Please ensure hand cutting tool is appropriate size to cut through 1/8 diameter cable.
Dolle recommends no single cable run to go over 60 feet. Prova PA28 stainless steel cable connectors are available to join cable strands together for runs longer than 60ft. Cable infill spools also come with rubber sleeves to inset into your Prova post to ensure cable does not move while running through your infill fittings located on your Prova posts.
Easy assembly with basic hand tools, no special skills required. Prova railings by Dolle are the perfect railing system for today’s modern, open floor plans inside while also providing excellent, unobstructed sight lines outside!
- Stainless Steel cable infill roll comprised of grade 304 stainless steel
- Cable spool measures 82 ft long by 1/8 in diameter
- Used as cable infill on 36 in and 42 in Prova posts or using Prova wall terminals
- Provides code compliant 4 in spacing cable to cable
- Can be used in both exterior or interior applications
- Pair with PA26 cable post adjustment terminals for connecting to Prova posts or PA27 cable wall terminals for attaching to the wall
- Not recommended for use near salt water areas, this includes close proximity to coastal areas
- Easy assembly no special skills required, basic hand tools to install
- Homeowner is responsible to verify code compliance