SAFETY RAILS

Product Specification

IMAGEMODELDESCRIPTION

GRAB BARS

These stainless steel grab bars are available in 25mm (1″) and 32mm (1-1/4″) sizes, both sizes feature 1-1/2″ wall clearance. Stainless steel tube is type 304 with .049″ thick wall. Polished to a satin finish. Flanges are stamped in 12 gauge stainless steel and full 360 degree heliarc welded to a 18 guage bar for maximum strength. All stainless steel grab bars feature concealed fastener mounting, set screw concealed mounting and snap flange concealed mounting designs.Grab bars are of an all stainless steel construction. The brushed and peened finish make this an attractive cost effective product to specify for any installation. Grab bars comply with handicap codes requiring 1-1/4″ to 1-1/2″ bar diameter and wall clearance of 1-1/2″. Barrier free access specifications may vary depending on jurisdiction.

Please call for your specific sizes, shapes and lengths for left or right side installation.

FR-1055-W

FR-1055-S

FLIP UP SAFETY RAIL

These units are highly recommended by barrier-free design experts because they provide the optimum approach path for wheelchair use. Grab bar is manually lowered to horizontal support position and raised for departure. Large inner web eliminates potential pinch point during operation.

Availalble in white or stainless steel.

 

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