Wire mesh railings
... Ceiling, Wall, Balustrade • Robust mesh with good stability. • The spacings within the warp wires increases the structural appearance of the mesh on large surfaces. • ...
... applications: Facade, Ceiling, Balustrades • The strength of the utilized material and the special weave structure make it a robust specification while offering a high degree of transparency. • The spacings within the ...
... transparent version of the EGLA-TWIN meshes - flat surface on one side creates homogenous light reflections - the direction of the mesh can run either vertically or horizontally - suitable for almost any application
... services for its new stainless steel cable and mesh balustrades. Warrnambool Foreshore Pavillion used Ronstan Tensile Architectural’s services for its stainless steel cable and Carl Stahl X-TEND® mesh ...
Design by : Alain Baillargeon - Objectif Paysage Materials : Painted aluminium
ARCHI-NET® wire meshes can be applied to safety balustrading whenever a suitable structure, appropriately sized by the designer, is available.
Here every special dimension which is technically possible is taken into account.
Press-locked gratings for fencing or solid balustrades are manufactured from galvanised steel, with a powder-coated finish if required. They are quick to assemble and offer good resistance. Whether in stadiums, factories, ...
... thermal regulation requirements, while giving the façades an exceptional design. There is also the option to match designs to railings and fences. Designs may be customised.
... for this railing. These clips are available in several different sizes, making this system extremely versatile in what panels can be attached to the rails. For the Clip Rail system, we offer the following infill panels: • ...
... barriers up to a 3m span (BS 6399-1). Micro-34: mesh 34×100 mm; max panel 1543×3000 mm (hxw); bearing bar 25×3 mm Micro-25: mesh 25×76 mm; max panel 1200×3000 mm (hxw); bearing bar 25×2 mm Micro-15: ...
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