picket architectural handrail by hollaender
About. With more than 75 years of American-made experience and superior manufacturing technology has resulted in the most reliable, durable, and high-quality products hand railing systems. Our pipe fittings and handrail systems today can be found all over the world. From rocket launch pads to oil rigs, from Hollywood movie studios and modern
Norfolk Premium Outlets Dark bronze anodized vertical component picket railing with square top rail Architectural Railing Systems The Hollaender Manufacturing Company produces a wide array of architectural hand railing systems, from non-welded aluminum rails to stainless steel structural glass. Infill Panels Architectural Handrail by HollaenderAll Hollaender® infill panels are manufactured to meet the all appropriate building codes. In most cases, this means the IBC handrail/guardrail code calling for support of 50 lb. on a 1 square foot area of the infill panel. To do this, all materials, whether wire mesh or perforated, must be the correct dimensions and thickness. Hollaender has rigorously tested our equipment to ensure our our panels will meet the
Hollaender® component aluminum railing systems are installed in every geographic region of the U.S. and in a variety of applications. We have a long history of supplying railing systems to such demanding industrial and military customers such as NASA, United States Army Corps of Engineers, and Bechtel. [DOC]SECTION 05521 ALUMINUM HANDRAIL AND RAILINGS · Web viewUse Hollaender anodized aluminum 156-85 component picket tees, machined from 6063-T6b aluminum alloy, to attach ¾ in IPS, Sch. 10 picket to top and bottom rails. Picket tees to be attached using threaded self-tapping machine screws, size 1/4-20 x 1. Picket tees to have notch that allows water to escape from picket and prevent freezing.
Picket. Our component picket railing system uses mechanical connectors that are specially machined to attach the pickets securely to the top and bottom rails. These connectors prevent any turning or slippage of the pickets which is a common problem