Steel railings are available in heights ranging from 600mm high to 2.4m high as a standard. They come in a variety of configurations and specifications to suit specific purposes. From heavyweight solid bar designs to hollow bar types, railings.
Railings can be adorned with finial tops ranging from simple points to ornate fleur-de-lys patterns. The inclusion of scroll pattern panels is common in heritage work. The solid steel construction makes this type of railing extremely robust and versatile.
Modern factory techniques used in the production of railings allow for the use of hollow bar with the strength of the product being formed in the crimped and rolled designs. This method produces railings at a more economical level and allows the panels to be made in a self-raking form to accommodate sloping ground with ease and negating gaps below the panels.
Matching gates are available and can be manufactured to any size required by the customer.
The standard finish is hot-dip galvanise, and can be coated with a P.P.C. finish to all the standard RAL colours.