Cenpart offers barrier safety measures that ensure maximum protection. These solutions come in various forms. For example, in our inventory you can find handrails and guardrails. There is also fencing and gates. As an ISO 9001 company, you can expect top quality from our merchandise.
Surprisingly streets have been home to railings since the 17th century. There are lots of different styles to suit various needs. As a result it is essential for us to differentiate between every kind.
Generally, boundary rails and railings refer to those that enclose parks and buildings. They can mark out a space, boost safety and also provide a bit of character.
With guardrails, you can typically spot them adjacent to steps. They are also common between pavements and roads to prevent a collision between a vehicle and pedestrian.
Guardrails and railings must do their job properly. For this to happen, you have to carry out an inspection of their placement. Here, you need to weigh the risks up against the level of protection.
One thing you may want to do is position the rails in places where there is a small divide between traffic and pedestrians. This will ensure they offer prime protection. A good example would be on corners where vehicles pass near pedestrian areas.
Impacting the lines of sight
There is one crucial thing you can’t ignore when examining sites and picking guardrails. This is the possible impact on lines of sight. These are something you cannot obstruct. You need to pay extra attention to the visibility of the disabled and children. Their lower height profile can make things problematic and compromise their viewpoint. You must ensure that this doesn’t happen.
At Cenpart, we have plenty of handrails and guardrails for you to choose from. This includes ball standard types, fabricated, and also pedestrian style. All three come with powder coated and galvanised finishing options. You can use any of them to achieve your barrier safety goals.
If you would like to know more about our products, you are welcome to contact us anytime.