The Panel Railing S is a modular railing, 2.62 ft high and 2m long, which can be combined with different types of enclosure panels to be installed on any Tecrostar mezzanine belonging to S range.
This railing is designed for placing panels, 3/16 inch thick, made of different materials. The vertical posts are placed at a maximum distance of 3.28 ft, and the panels pass through the posts thanks to the grooves along them.
Panels are not included in this kit.
This railing is not scalable because of the panels, and is therefore suitable for children.
Elegant, minimalist, strong and easy to install.
It includes steel posts with 2 vertical grooves to place the panels, tube stoppers and screws.
- Total Length: 6.56 ft (Each side of the mezzanine, in which you want to install railing, needs an initial railing kit with 3 posts. The length can be reduced placing the posts closer to each other, and can be extended using the railing extension kits).
Dimensions of the panels
- Thickness: 3/8 inch (if glass is used, laminated security glass is recommended, 5+5mm)
- Height: 13 inch
- Length: 6.56 ft (the length of the pieces can be adjusted)
|Net weight (Lb)||7|
|Gross weight (Lb with packaging)||9|
|Which height above the flooring board is needed?||From 63 to 68, From 68 to 82 1/4, From 82 1/4 to 91 3/4|
|Maximum length (inch)||78 3/4|
|No of poles||3|
|Maximum distance between railing posts||1|
|Material and finish of the posts||Steel painted with powder coating|
Tecrostar mezzanines and stairs are supplied with everything you need to install the kit at its maximum surface area or height.
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Tecrostar products are manufactured with the most suitable materials for the proposed technical solutions, combining wood, steel and top quality aluminium.
TECRO has earned certification from the AEM, the federation of Spanish materials handling. We have also received a Gold Medal Award of Merit from the INPEX (Invention and New Product Exposition), the top award for innovation at the largest Invention Exposition in the USA.