A railway station in Essex is looking brighter and fresher after Laidlaw, the trusted architectural hardware supplier, installed its market-leading Nylon Line handrails.
It was asked to supply more than 180 linear metres of its premium 40mm nylon handrails for the bridge and stairs that connect the two platforms at Great Bentley Station, near Colchester.
This range is one of the most effective ways for organisations to comply with guidance in Approved Document M and BS8300 because its 4mm thick polyamide sleeve has a low thermal conductivity and is 68 times warmer to touch than stainless steel and 950 times warmer than aluminium.
And unlike cheaper coated handrail options, Laidlaw Nylon handrails have solid colour throughout the sleeve, which will look good for years, even with continuous use.
The range is also highly fracture resistant, has high thermal stability and is highly resistant to most solvents, chemicals, cleansing agents and disinfectants.
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