Glass railings are also referred to as Fall Protection Glazing in the context of legal building regulations and must comply with these codes (TRAV).
- The balustrade filling of the glass railings is made of 20 mm thick laminated safety glass (VSG). The curved panes made of semi-tempered glass (TVG) and tempered safety glass (ESG) are glued with a clear PVB film, the edges are polished.
- The filling brackets for the panes are welded into the upper opening of the steel ramps. These steel fishplates are inserted into the ramps construction with an intermediate layer of neoprene and casted with an inspected and approved sealing.
Individual approval for glass railings (ZiE)
- For the individual approval for glass railings the application to the governmental department was necessary.
Fire protection requirements F30 for ramps
- To comply with the fire protection requirements F30 the construction of the ramp had to be coated specifically by painting and rolling. According to the manufacturer the thickness of the layer has to match with the strength and thickness of the different steel sheets