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Wall Bars

From 1130,00 


Classic piece of gym equipment that serves as a platform for a multitude of exercises as well as adds visual interest to any interior.

Wall bars is a truly multifunctional piece of fitness equipment. You can use them on their own as well as attach additional equipment, like our adjustable bar, gymnastic rings or resistance bands.

Top bar is slightly offset for hanging exercises. The shorter version works well for persons under 180 cm (5.9′) height while the taller version is optimal for persons over 175 cm (5.7′) height, ceiling height permitting. Going too short means that you will have to bend your knees when hanging from the top bar. Going too tall means that you won’t reach the top bar easily while standing on the ground.

This product is made of solid wood of selected species and decorative brass details.

Package Contents

  • Side rails × 2
  • Rungs × 14 / 16
  • Brass plugs × 4
  • Longer wood screws × 2
  • Shorter wood screws × 26 / 30
  • Screwdriver bit for wood screws × 1
  • Screwdriver bit holder × 1

If solid wall installation option was selected:

  • Expansion fasteners × 4
  • Screwdriver bit for expansion fasteners × 1

If timber stud 40 cm (16″) installation option was selected:

  • Construction wood screws × 4
  • Screwdriver bit for construction wood screws × 1

If mounting cross bars installation option was selected:

  • Mounting cross bars × 2
  • Bolt × 4
  • Washer × 4
  • Square nut × 4
  • Screwdriver bit for bolts × 1

Assembling Wall Bars

  1. Place a thin protective layer on the floor (you can use some of the packaging material for the purpose)
  2. Place one of the side rails on the protective layer with oval packets facing up
  3. Insert rungs into the oval pockets of the side rail
  4. Take another side rail with oval pockets facing down and put it on top of the rungs making sure each rung fits into each pocket
  5. Take two long wood screws and drive them into the top screw hole of each side rail (top rung is slightly offset and requires longer screws)
  6. Take short wood screws and drive them into all other screw holes

Tip: Since wood is a natural product with significant variability, you can choose which side of each rung you like better and turn that side to face the front of the wall bars.

Tip: Only insert decorative brass plugs into the large holes in side rails after the wall bars are fully fastened to the wall – they fit tightly and may be tricky to remove.

Installation on Solid Walls

  1. Select a mounting location on the wall so that no electrical cables or piping inside the wall is damaged when drilling
  2. Put assembled wall bars against the wall, making sure side rails rest on the floor and all four mounting spots have contact to the wall
  3. Hold wall bars steadily in place to make sure they do not move during drilling
  4. Take an electric drill with a 10 mm drill bit of at least 200 mm length and drill a hole 90-100 mm deep into the wall
  5. Vacuum drilling dust out of the holes in the wall and out of the mounting holes in wall bars
  6. Insert solid wall anchors into the mounting holes fully (you can use a hammer carefully if they are too hard to insert by hand)
  7. Take a screwdriver with a wall anchor drill bit and drive wall anchor screws fully until wall bars are properly fixed to the wall
  8. Insert decorative brass plugs to conceal fasteners

Tip: If you don’t have a 10 mm drill bit of sufficient length, you can mark mounting hole positions on the wall, remove wall bars from the wall and drill the holes with a shorter drill bit.

Installation on Stud Frame Walls

  1. Take two wooden slats that came with your order and place them against the mounting holes on the wall bars with square holes facing the wall
  2. Place a washer on each of the bolts
  3. Insert bolts (with washers) into the mounting holes on the wall bars all the way in until the ends of bolts appear in the square holes in the wooden slats
  4. Place square nuts into the square holes in the wooden slats
  5. Take a screwdriver with a screwdriver bit for bolts attached and fasten the bolts until each slat is securely fixed to the wall bars
  6. Put assembled wall bars against the wall, making sure side rails rest on the floor and all four mounting spots have contact to the wall and making sure wall bars are centered between two studs of your wall
  7. Mark the centers of studs on wooden slats
  8. With a wood drill bit of selected diameter (based on your selected fasteners) drill wooden slats at marked locations
  9. Fasten wall bars through holes in wooden slats to wall studs with selected fasteners
  10. Insert decorative brass plugs to conceal fasteners

Tip: Do not overtighten the bolts as unsightly cracks may develop on the sides of wooden slats.

Installation on Other Walls

Installation on walls of other types must be carried out by professionals. Some wall types may not be strong enough to support wall bars without significant modification. Professional assessment is and installation is required.

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