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SafetyRail 2000 - Architectural Series

SafetyRail 2000 - Architectural Series

The World's Most Versatile Non-Penetrating Guardrail System – now in an Architectural Series! SafetyRail 2000 Architectural Guardrail combines our non-penetrating guardrail system with an architectural appeal for those applications where appearance of the railing is important. A great solution for projects which need to maintain a certain aesthetic.

Use SafetyRail 2000 Architectural Guardrail for:

  1. New building construction
  2. Adding passive fall protection to an existing building or
  3. As an addition to existing guardrails

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SafetyRail 2000 Architectural Guardrail combines our non-penetrating guardrail system with an architectural appeal for those applications where appearance of the railing is important. The SafetyRail 2000 Architectural Series has a pleasing sight line and can enhance the overall appearance of your building while maintaining a rooftop fall protection railing around the roof edge that meets OSHA regulations. Since the Architectural Series utilizes the same patented, non-penetrating base as the Safety Rail 2000, your roof system will maintain its integrity and not be compromised by having to penetrate the roof surface for installation. The vertical stanchions are available in a few different configurations, including, straight, inclined, or curved.

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