Straight staircase MARINARA F
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straight staircase
straight staircase
straight staircase
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steel frame
wooden steps
without risers
Technical characteristics
central stringer


This stair model has been projected for everyone having reduced spaces or ceiling holes, to offer in this way the opportunity to insert a staircase also in very small contexts. Not by chance it is usually employed in order to climb into lofts. Standard product description: open staircase realized with modular mono steel structure centrally fitted under thye treads. The treads are in wood, and they are stuggered; while the stair railing is characterized by “L” bended steel tubolars, becoming both newel posts and handrail. As optional on can have extra balustrade on the arrival floor in order to protect the ceiling hole or the loft, and others according to the specific customer request. If you want a different stair railing, you have only to ask to us, and we will analyse the possibilities and the costs. Stair shape: the stair is available in shape “I” (straight). Dimensions: Step 240 mm – Riser from 200 to 250 mm – Stair width from 550 to 600 mm – Standard tread thickness 40 mm. The wood basically employed is the laminated beech. Standard colours: Laminated beech: Cod.150 Natural - 151 Fumé - 152 Walnut 2 - 153 Walnut 3 - 154 Cherry - 155 Doussié - 156 Oak - 157 White - 158 Wengé - 159 Dove grey Steel: Cod. 212G Embossed white - 220 Embossed grey ral 9006 - 221 Embossed dark grey - 242 Embossed black - 250 Embossed russet (rust) - 260 Embossed dove grey Optional colours: Steel: 212 Semi gloss white and If requested on evaluate the entire ral colours table. Our staircases are all projected, realized for every customer, and are so custom made.
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