offers Conectabal galvanised balustrade systems that can be configured to comply with BCA standards for primary schools.
Conectabal steel balustrades are designed to help schools meet safety compliance requirements as prescribed by the BCA.
Recommended for schools around Australia undergoing renovations and updating their safety features, Conectabal galvanised balustrade systems deliver high quality and durability. School boards and councils would be well advised to consider Moddex handrails and balustrades to ensure student safety.
Specifically designed to comply with AS 1428 as well as stringent BCA standards applicable for primary schools, Conectabal CB50 includes two offset handrails with one handrail fixed at a height of no less than 865mm while the other runs between 665mm and 750mm.
Conectabal CB50 fully galvanised handrails are available in a variety of finishes with their unique designs allowing installation in multiple configurations while their stainless steel, anti-vibration locking screws ensure security and safety.
The ISO 9001:2008 accredited Moddex also manufactures a handrail system for the disabled called the Assistrail, an AS 1428.1-2009 compliant system also suitable for primary schools. Assistrail handrails can be deployed on ramps, stairs, or any place where a handrail for persons with disabilities is needed.
Assistrail handrails are also available in an unlimited number of configurations, allowing easy installation in older buildings.