You may have a few questions when buying a closet rod/curtain rod about which rod best suits your needs. Whatever your choice, you can rest assured that SignatureThings' closet rods are designed to last, durable, and less prone to bending than regular wooden rods.
We manufacture our closet rods from brass of the highest quality. Besides being the strongest, they also have a great deal of endurance. Brass is resilient, so it is likely to bounce back to its original shape even after being overloaded. Corrosion resistance also adds to the benefits.
Our custom Brass tube / Brass tubing has a wide range of applications, curtain rod, closet rods, shower rods and railing & more. We can handle your requirements via email at email@example.com or over the phone at +1 480-463-1912.
Dimensions and Sizes:
- 3/8" Diameter X 12' L
- 1/2" Diameter X 12' L
- 5/8" Diameter X 12' L
- 3/4" Diameter X 12' L
- 1" Diameter X 12' L
- 1-1/4" Diameter X 12' L
- 1-1/2" Diameter X 12' L
- 2" Diameter X 12' L
The wall thickness is 0.040 inches. For 6 feet or larger spans it is recommended to insert a wooden dowel inside the tube to make it sturdy, and/or also use a center bracket. This product is also available in thickness of 0.062 and 0.125 inches, please see related products for pricing.
- 0.040 = 1/24" thick wall
- 0.0625 = 1/16" thick wall
- 0.125 = 1/8" thick wall
PLEASE NOTE: We are not allowed to ship a 12-foot rod/tubing via the mail system. The maximum we can do is 7 '-9" we can ship 10 footer with additional costs. Please specify the cuts you will need. We can now arrange Longer Tubing shipments up to 12 feet via YRC Roadway guys to transport the 12-foot long tubing via road, but will require more shipping charges based on the Zip Code the product is being shipped to, call 480-463-1912 if you need longer tubing.
Color and Finish
Brass curtain rods are a stylish way to display drapes. When it comes to curtain rod color and finish, there are a few popular options. Antique Brass usually has a rich, dark brown shade with golden undertones. An attractive, low-luster finish that resembles natural brass without tarnishing.
Among the Satin brass, bronze,chrome, black, oil-rubbed bronze, and nickel finishes are available. Choose a finish that complements other fixtures in your room. Also, consider the finish of your curtains and furnishings. Make sure your curtain rod supports your drapery without drawing too much attention.
Questions & Answers
1. How long can closet rods go without support?
Closet rods are available in custom lengths from 72" to 144" inches. When the beams are longer than 48 inches, a center support must be used. It is recommended to add additional closet rod supports if the closet rod will have to support heavy items (such as winter coats, suits, etc.).
2. For curtain rods and closet rods, what diameter brass tubing do people usually use?
Picking the right Diameter and Wall Thickness has to do with the span of the opening, brackets used for mounting, mounting of the hardware to the wall, weight of clothes expected, is some sagging acceptable, and the desired look you are trying to achieve.
We can supply Hollow Brass Tubing in Multiple Diameters, Wall Thickness, lengths, and Finishes. Diameters available : 3/8" , 1/2" , 5/8" , 3/4" , 1" , 1 1/4" , 1 1/2" and 2". Lengths available : 6'-0" and 12'-0" we can cut these to sizes as per your measurements.
Guideline recommendations for 1 1/4" D Tubing's, Your designer and contractor should make decisions per the project requirements.
1) 0.040 MM Standard rods should be supported at every 2 to 2 1/2 feet by center brackets
2) 0.062 MM Thicker rods should be supported at every 3 to 3 1/2 feet by center brackets
3) 0.125 MM Standard rods should be supported at every 4 1/2 to 5 feet by center brackets
Most People use 1 1/4" Diameter brass tubing for their Closets Rods, these work best for standard clothes hangers. 1" or 1 1/2" diameter work fine as well.
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