Handrails

Handrails

Handrails for Glass Balustrades All the above methods of fixing frameless glass balustrades require some style of interlinking handrail whenever the fall from the balcony is 1 meter or more. This is to comply with AS/NZ1288-2006. Ask our qualified technicians about...
Pin Standoff System

Pin Standoff System

Standoff Pins or Button Fixings have long been used to secure the glass to facades and other structures. They are usually fixed to a vertical face with glass cantilevered off them via holes in the glass. The correct number of Pins is usually determined by the loads...
Spigot System

Spigot System

Spigot-fixed glass balustrades are a standard method of fixing frameless balustrades. However, they should only be used in residential domestic situations at low levels no more than 5 meters off the ground. They offer a simple, fast and low-budget method of installing...
Channel System

Channel System

Channel-based balustrades are the latest in the evolution of Frameless Glass balustrade systems. They give the user an ultra-streamlined appearance as well as are quick to install. Channel fixed balustrades can often comply with stringent engineering conditions in...