Fontanot Stainless steel Inox22 Wire railings
Railing INOX22 WIRE is made from AISI 316 stainless steel with a polished finish. AISI 316 steel is particularly resistant to atmospheric pollution and to the chlorides typical of marine environments. That is why the INOX22 Wire railings are ideal for use in atmospherically aggressive outdoor environments. The baluster have a circular section with a height of 96 cm with fixing directly on the floor. The baluster kits contain the fixings to join them to the steel handrail with the relative rivets. The balusters to be fastened on the floor also come with plate covers. The steel handrail comes in 150 cm modules.
AISI 316 stainless steel (18/10 stainless steel) with a polished finish.
- Installation environment:
The railing Inox22 Wire is particularly resistant to atmospheric pollution and to the chlorides typical of marine environments. That is why the INOX22 Wire railings are ideal for use in atmospherically aggressive outdoor environments. If used outdoors, scrupulous observance of the maintenance periods is recommended.
Indoor useLow-aggressive outdoorAggressive outdoor
- Table of items to be purchased:
Table of items to be purchased in relation to the length of the railing to be constructed and considering a distance of 1 m between the balusters. For each change of direction purchase 1 extra DA1322 kit and 1 extra DC0422 kit.
- Railing resistance:
The structural strength can be doubled by halving the distance between the balusters. The structural strength tests to verify compliance with the provisions laid down in Ministerial Decree dated 14/01/2008 and the requirements according to the UNI EN 1991-1-1 (EUROCODE 1) standards have been conducted in Italy at the Giordano Institute laboratories, SIT / SINCERT accredited and authorised by the Ministry for Infrastructures to conduct tests and issue test certificates for the construction materials. The test certificates can be viewed at the link: Railing Certification
Resistenza Railing Inox22 Wire
The INOX20 WIRE components are made of 100% AISI 304 stainless steel (18/10 stainless steel); the visible surfaces have been treated to obtain a uniform satin finish. The satin finish makes the surface easily susceptible to attack by corrosive agents, therefore, in seaside environments or areas with heavy atmospheric pollution, as soon as spots start appearing on the railing or handrail, immediately clean the surfaces. Rust spots on the stainless steel do not compromise the structural integrity of the parts; they just become more difficult to remove if not cleaned immediately and left to extend over the surface. Therefore, as soon as spots visible to the naked eye appear, clean them off. Periodic cleaning also needs to be carried out:
• at least every 12 months in unpolluted suburban or rural areas,
• at least every 4-6 months in polluted urban areas or close to the sea,
• whenever solid substances (dust) or liquids deposit on the surfaces.
For cleaning, use plenty of water and non-abrasive and non-aggressive detergents specifically for stainless steel or metals. After cleaning, dry the surfaces thoroughly with a microfibre cloth to remove the haloes that form because of the limestone in the water. NEVER use abrasive scourers. In the case of “extensive and deep” rust spots, use stainless steel or metal cleaning products generally sold in a pasty or creamy form and rub the oxidised surface in the direction of the satin finish until all the spots have completely been removed. When you have finished cleaning and after perfectly drying all the surfaces, use a soft or microfibre cloth and spread a film of commercial protective oil suitable for stainless steel (silicone oil that can be bought in any hardware shop).
AISI 316 stainless steel polished
|Use||Railing module for indoor and outdoor staircases with floor fixing|
|Material||AISI 316 stainless steel|
|Dimensions||Module 150 cm in length and a recommended distance of 1 m between the balusters|
|Structure||The railings are made up of 2 circular-section balusters, adjustable height, joined to each other with 5 parallel tubes and a circular cross-section handrail. The fixings and half ball joints are included.|
|Warning||The kits do not contain the glue, the screws and plugs for floor and wall fixing|
All spiral staircases whether new or replacement need to comply with the UK building regulations - there are also special requirements for Spiral Stairs and Space Saver stairs which are detailed in BS5395-2, the British Standard which applies to staircases of this type, BS5395-2 is referred to in building regulations as the general standard for spiral staircases and helical stairs.