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Security Railing Systems & Gates

Railings are a very popular choice for many public and domestic locations, as they offer a safe and attractive design. Suitable for places that require a low to medium level of security, railing fences are useful for providing boundary demarcation around properties and other outdoor areas.

Our security railings and gates are made from high-quality steel that’s been galvanised with zinc to help prevent rust development. A powder coated finish is also an available option for our steel railings and gates, which is beneficial as not only will it enhance its aesthetic appearance, it will increase its resilience to factors such as weathering and vandalism too.

All of our range of fences and gates are available in a variety of heights – enabling you to determine the security fencing system that will best meet your security requirements. You also have the option of adding in a railing gate to act as an access point, in addition to a range of railing posts and accessories.

We offer a variety of security railings, each of which carry different benefits in terms of safety, security and style. Discover more below.

Standard Bow Top Railings

These bow top railings are a permanent fencing solution that have been designed for areas that require an aesthetically pleasing security fencing system, that’s less imposing.

Our standard bow top railings range from 1.0m – 2.4m high, and are galvanised as standard. However, you can request a polyester powder coating in a variety of RAL colours to further improve its appearance, whilst increasing the protection of your railing fence.

Self Raking Bow Top Railings

Our self-raking bow top railings can be installed on surfaces with a gradient of up to 20 degrees, and feature the same attractive design as our standard bow top railings. Ideal for residential areas and public areas such as parks, you can browse our range of self-raking bow top railings above.

Standard Vertical Bar Railings

Vertical bar security fencing is designed to be extremely hard to damage or vandalise, whilst being less intimidating and dangerous than palisade fencing. Offering a fantastic level of security, vertical bar railings are ideal for both industrial and domestic fences.

Like our range of bow top railings, all of our vertical bar security railings have been galvanised and polyester powder coated – with the double protective layer helping your fence to last throughout the years, despite exposure to the elements.

All of our vertical top rails are constructed from a flat plane, before being manufactured into a round, hollow bar.

Self-Raking Vertical Bar Railings

The same great level of security featured in our standard vertical bar railings can be found in our self-raking ones too.

You can choose to have your railing fence in any standard RAL colour at no extra charge – just let us know which colour you’d prefer.

Bow Top vs Vertical Bar

Bow top railings have railing bars which feature round tops, making the overall system extremely safe, as they’re difficult to climb over. The overall look is very appealing aesthetically, which is what makes it such a popular choice in residential areas.

The key difference with vertical bars, is that they feature square cut tops instead. However, this is still a difficult system to climb over, and is usually more popular in public locations.

Whilst both types of security railing systems offer a good level of site security, they still allow visibility into the area that’s being protected. Both of these systems can also be constructed to run in a straight line, go around corners, or join back on themselves.

Ultimately, the main difference when choosing between bow top railings and vertical bar railings, is which appearance you prefer.

What’s the Difference Between Standard and Self-Raking Security Railings?

Standard bow top and vertical bar railings contain solid railing bars that are welded to the bottom bar of the panel. They can be erected on level or sloping ground – although railing panels will need to be stepped if installed on sloping ground, as they can’t be adjusted.

In contrast, self-raking railings contain hollow railing bars that sit within the bottom rail of the panel, which allows it to be adjusted if it’s installed on a slope. In fact, if a self-raking railing system is erected on a sloping ground with an incline no greater than 20 degrees, then it can be adjusted so it runs parallel to the ground below.

Both styles of security railings are durable and robust, designed for permanent installation. Some of the more popular applications include (but are not limited to):

  • Schools
  • Commercial businesses
  • Parks
  • Housing Developments
  • Driveways

For more information on our range of security railings, or our wider permanent security fencing solutions, which include palisade fencing and mesh fencing, give us a call on 01283 512 111 and we’ll be happy to help.

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