Brushed Marine Grade Stainless 76mm numbers (3 inch) in Arial wide font
Stainless steel numbers have a variety of uses:
- Number on a letterbox
- Number on a fence / gate
- Number on a house
- Number on a door
These are just some examples of use.
76mm 3” stainless steel numbers are suitable for a range of our letterboxes:
- Our stainless steel range of letterboxes
- Estate (212), Freehold (224), Yvette (118), Laura (119), Aussie Mail (139), Arndale (110), Farndale (111).
- Also suitable for the number plates on our posts: Quest (410), Marquis (435), Grande (430).
76mm (3inch) numbers on the Number plates for the following posts, will fit however they don’t have enough room to “breathe” around them.
Numbers are usually glued with a heat resistance construction adhesive to the letterbox (door / fence / wall). This adhesive must be able to handle 180o, as stainless steel can get very hot in the Australian sun.
In addition there are occasions when customers need their numbers powder coated. The Letterbox Man can help with our standard colours as well as a number of custom colours.
For custom sized numbers please call our friendly staff at The Letterbox Man for assistance.
Customers also regularly use stainless numbers to make their fence stand out. For Example: a customer wanted a custom number (standing around 90cm high), offset from their wall so it could have some LED lights installed behind.
Which leads us to weld studs behind number/s.
Weld studs are a fastener or specially formed nut welded to a base material (eg. stainless numbers). Stainless steel weld studs are available for stainless steel numbers. The weld studs are M6 threaded and come in various lengths.
The length of the weld stud required is determined by the purpose. For example:
- Some customers like the aesthetic of having the number/s in relief. This is achieved by a 10mm spacer and a 50mm weld stud, welded behind the number/s.
- Attaching number/s to picket fences only requires a 25mm weld stud as the picket fence is usually 16mm thick.
The Letterbox Man can provide weld studs to the back of the number/s as required at additional cost.