Glass Rail balustrade system has been developed to provide full security in residential buildings with minimal visual disruption. This is a fully transparent glass balustrade system compatible with a range of terrace and staircase applications. At this balustrade system security meets aesthetics, thanks to its design thought to allow full sight line aesthetics with zero visual interruptions, according to today’s architectural standards. All vertical components are totally removed to create a complete wall of glass effect. This allows for a total connection between two distinct spaces, transforming the building appearance.

Different assembly options

Glass Rail can be fully integrated into the building envelope. It has four options for fixing to the base support and can be fixed to the floor framing either internally or on one of the profile flanks. When the design requirements necessitate taking the glass pane surface to the limit, the system can be installed on the front of the floor framing.

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  • Features

    • No vertical components
    • Base level fixing only
    • Clean lines to enhance light and space
    • 16.76 / 17.52 / 20.76 / 21.52 mm glass thickness
    • Up to 1100 mm high
    • Available on stock in anodized and mill finish
    • Wide range of colours available in 2 weeks lead time

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    Technical information

    • Tested to BS-6180
    • Loads up to 0,74kN
    • 4 mounting options available Top U, Top F, Side U and Side Y

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    FAQ

    Are glass balustrades safe?

    Glass balustrades are very safe. Glass is a strong material and toughened laminated glass is used in balustrades to increase their strength and durability.

    What is a glass balustrade?

    A glass balustrade is multiple glass panels put together to make a barrier. They can be used as fencing and barriers for balconies. They add a modern style to the inside or outside of buildings.

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