SECTIONAL RAILING, PLANNING AND DESIGN
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Balusters and brackets for side mounting.
Here, there are a number of different standard versions. For fixing to concrete, a baluster with base plate welded on is used. For fixing to our Flex gangways, a railing baluster without base plate and only through holes is used. For our mezzanines, an extended railing baluster is needed, these are also available as standard in a number of different lengths.
Baluster and fixing for top installation.
The baluster is manufactured with a base plate at the bottom.
Kick strip for railing with intermediate rail. Height 130 mm. Delivered in 3 metre lengths. Includes drill screw.
For our sectional railing, we also off corner railing. These are stocked for sectional railing Intermediate and Round Bar. We also offer solutions with a pivotable handrail.
Intermediate rails are made of untreated ø42 mm stainless steel and are attached using stainless steel clamps.
The railing infill comprises 25×8 mm flat-steel top and bottom rails. Round bars ø11 mm. Max. opening 100 mm.
We offer perforated sheet metal with a choice of hole patterns as standard.
Our most common patterns:
- ø15, square pattern c/c 40
- 15×15, square pattern c/c 40
- ø20, square pattern c/c 50
- 20×20, square pattern c/c 50
- ø15, triangular pattern c/c 50
- ø20, triangular pattern c/c 60
Other options are available.
Laminated glass 8 mm (4+4) incl. foil. Fine-ground edge on all sides. Clamp brackets for railing baluster.
Film sectional railing assembly
As standard handrails are made of stainless steel tube, Ø 42 mm. For wood handrails, the handrail is ø 50 mm as standard.
Since 2003, we have used stainless steel handrails in our sectional railings.
We see a number of customer benefits in this, such as a more beautiful product with an even higher sense of quality. Combined with our modern production park, the stainless steel handrail also contributes to very fast delivery times.
Many years of experience with a proven method and a good relationship between anode and cathode where the results do not show any rust, make us very confident that the relationship between hot-dip galvanized and stainless does not cause any corrosion.