Railing, Balustrade or balcony, characterised by a containing framework for glass insertion
Balustrade characterized by panels of tempered and laminated glass, which can be fitted to the concrete through stainless steel pliers.
Balustrade characterized by tubolar stainless steel posts and handrail, and panels of tempered and laminated glass fitted in among the posts.
Balustrade characterized by panels of tempered and laminated glass, which can be fitted to the concrete in two ways: through a “U” profile containing shape, where the glass panels are inserted, (like Ringhiera T-N-Glass), or through stainless steel studs (like Ringhiera B-N-Glass).
Glass transparency gives light to your spaces, so why not to take the advantage on this balustrades' characteristic? Glass railings can be fitted to the wall through a “U” profile called “Tasca” (pocket), that can be standard or adjustable; or it can be fitted through pliers, or studs. In this last case glass panels will not be fitted on the floor/step, but laterally to them. Solutions are multiple and all conceived to satisfy a more and more demanding market. Glass types too are of different kind: there are natural, extraclear, craklé, brushed, Pvb white milk, and silk-screen printing glasses. On these last ones on can reproduce a proposed high definition picture.