A point fixed system uses stainless steel pins bolted through pre cut holes in the frameless glass panels. The glass is extended below ground or decking level before being fixed in place by the bolts. Fixings come in round disc or square profiles with polished or satin finishes.
A mini post system uses small robust stainless steel posts to support the glass panels. They bring a minimalistic, classic combination of stainless steel with frameless glass. We can install a couple of styles, depending on the application or your personal preference.
Our channel system is a simple and effective method with clear lines and specifications that allow for relatively long panels of glass to be used. A channel balustrade can be face-fixed or down-fixed and is a great option for capturing the frameless look of glass and keeping costs down. The channel can be powdercoated to suit the colour of your deck.
Full height posts and clamps are used to support glass panels in this traditional fencing system. These are well suited to environments where a top rail is also required, such as balconies and stairways. Post balustrades are available in various colours and finishes and are the most wallet friendly option.
The interlinking rail provides a barrier to minimise the risk of people falling
If the glass breaks, glass fragments remain held in place, firmly bonded to the interlayer.
Highly resistance to collapse, the rigid interlayer keeps the glass erect even in the unlikely event of glass breakage.
For the finishing design touch, or just a little added privacy
Current lead time: 15-20 Working Days* Estimated lead time based on standard pricing model. In some standard panel systems costs can be reduced, but the lead time is extended for importing glass.
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