MaxiRAIL FRP Handrail System
MaxiRAIL FRP Handrails combine corrosion and chemical resistance, long life, easy installation and low-maintenance design.
Composite Engineering’s MaxiRAIL FRP Handrails combine corrosion resistance, long life, and low-maintenance design, and are superior to conventional steel and aluminium edge protection.
These advanced systems are designed and manufactured to be easily installed with no guesswork involved. FRP Handrail components are lightweight and easy to fabricate on-site. Savings on labour and equipment often make the total installed cost comparable to that of galvanized steel.
Combining its low cost of installation with low-maintenance and long life, our FRP handrails and FRP ladders offer a life cycle cost that is significantly lower than that of its alternatives.
Our new modular FRP Handrail System allows you to make further savings, by building your handrails yourself. Simply work out how many posts and rails you’ll need, then contact us to have the off-the-shelf parts ready for dispatch the next day, including instructions on how to assemble your kit.
Composite Engineering’s MaxiRAIL handrails self-closing safety gates are individually designed to meet each for each application, yet still, adhere to the strict Australian Standards. These can be fabricated in a wide range of styles, from basic industrial arrangements to complex architectural and aesthetically pleasing designs.
The handrails can be coupled with our walkway and grating systems to produce bespoke installations, that are safe and comply with the highest standards. We can design, fabricate and installation a system to suit any of your needs. Our FEA and physical load testing capabilities allow us to provide the right solution for you, without over-engineering your project, saving you money.
We ask more questions during the design stage to ensure you get the best possible solution for a well thought-out and clever design, that not only assembles easily once on site but is also built with modular design principals to ensure minimised cost through partial disassembly for economical transportation.