Railings for your garden - installation without welding
In gardens there often is a need for fall protection devices and hand rails. In that context even plant troughs can be framed with railings. According to DIN 18065 for stairs and railings and according to local regulations like the Landesbauordnungen (LBO) in Germany there have to be fall protection devices for any height over 1.0 m (≈ 3.28 ft). That also applies to raised beds higher than 90 cm (≈ 35.43 in), that are used as a fall protection device.
For many years we have offered plug-in railing elements with round posts, made from stainless steel, system BUNIA. In the private area this system works perfectly as it can mostly be installed easily and without a need for welding parts.
In the public sector, however, the requirements concerning stability and stiffness are much higher, leading to the development of our system LAVAL. The typical surfaces of these posts are corten steel or stainless steel. The handrail, however, is always sanded stainless steel.
Railing, made from stainless steel, using round posts
Post, made from stainless steel, base plate included
Post, made from stainless steel, 4 cross bars
Post, made from stainless steel, mounted on a plant trough, 2 cross bars
Handrail, made from stainless steel, using flat bars
The possibilities for web bracing between the posts are nearly indefinite.
The following variants are especially popular:
Flat bar with base plate
Flat bar with cross bars
Flat bar with glass panel or perforated plate
SurfacesThe following surfaces are available
material number 1.8965
material number 1.4404, V4A
Color-coated Stainless Steel
material number 1.4301, V2A