This website uses cookies to manage authentication, navigation, and other functions. By using our website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.

Technical Appendix - Railings

RAILINGS :

Certain GHM models in their static or removable versions are modular and can be adapted to different urban situations. All the wood used is of certified origin and has benefited from the best protective and highlighting treatments.

The materials

coulée

Produced in grey or ductile cast iron, steel, stainless steel, or combinations of materials such as aluminium and wood, the GHM railing collection offers a true solution to urban issues.

Colour

Corrosion protected using zinc coating, galvanisation or anodisation, depending on the materials used, and coated with a thermosetting polyester paint, the products in this line are proposed in a selection of colours from the RAL colour chart, along with specific GHM colours.

Finishes

All our products are carefully prepared before the final coating is applied. Surface preparation: Cast iron: zinc coating / Aluminium: phosphating passivating / Steel: hot dip galvanisation / Wood: varnish sanding, sanding. Coating: cast iron, aluminium, steel: application of a thermosetting polyester powder coating in RAL shades using the colours proposed in the technical section.

Options

Some railings are also proposed with different fixing versions: models with a sole, with chemical fixing, or removable railings for temporary access, for example. Please contact us for a quote. It is, however, recommended to use galvanised or stainless steel fixings for installation on finished ground surfaces. Some models can also be produced bearing a customised emblem.

Symbols

picto ville

recommended for
city centers

picto pose encastrement embedded installation
picto jardin recommended for
parks and gardens
picto pose sol fini installation on finished
ground surfaces
picto kit delivered as a kit picto amovible removable
picto bois lasure surface coated wood  
picto pmr

compliant with the French 18th September 2012 order covering the technical requirements for street and public space accessibility.