Guardrail systems and handrail systems are both helpful components in many buildings and structures; however, because of their similar placement and design, they are often confused with one another. These systems play two separate but often supporting roles in enhancing the safety and usability of a property.
Topics: Guardrail, handrail, Code Requirements
When it comes to industrial handrails or grab rails, choosing durable materials that are easy to install and maintain is important. Your handrail systems should also meet International Building Code requirements, OSHA, and ADA compliance guidelines.
Reconstructing a bridge in a coastal area comes with its own unique set of hurdles. With all of the rain, sun and salty air, corrosion is a significant problem. Kauai is the garden island with more annual rainfall than any other Hawaiian Island, further intensifying the risk of corrosion. When renovation began on a bridge in Kauai, the materials chosen needed special attention.
Topics: FRP, Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic, Corrosion Resistant, Railing, Custom Railing, Dynarail, Guardrail, Marine