Overview: Our more than 75 years of American-made experience and superior manufacturing technology results in the most reliable, durable, and high-quality products.
Our pipe fittings and handrail systems today can be found everywhere you look. From rocket launchpads and complexes to oil rigs, from Hollywood movie studios and modern amusement parks to the fixtures in your favorite retail stores, and from water treatment plants to powergen facilities around the globe.
Combines transparency and visibility with cost effectiveness. Railing system can incorporate glass infill with other ornamental metal infills while utilizing the same aluminum frame and panel clip system.
Welded wire mesh infill panels are constructed from .120 inch diameter steel wire and every second wire is welded within the steel hem. Hems are constructed from 14 gauge steel. Three holes are drilled in the bottom hem to prevent water buildup.
These panels are available for level or raked (stair) applications and are manufactured using a hem or U channel. All panels are 14 gauge steel, held within a 14 gauge steel hem. To prevent any water buildup, 3 holes are drilled in the bottom hem.
Handrail systems with slotted hole pattern infill will cost 25-35% more per linear foot than standard infill. Decorative hole patterns cost approximately 35-40% more per linear foot than standard round or square patterns, and require special order. All patterns are in carbon steel, e-coated and powder coated.
Hollaender’s® component picket system uses mechanical connectors that are specially machined to attach pickets to top and bottom rails. These connectors prevent any turning or slippage of the pickets (a common problem) and have the usual advantage of mechanical systems in having no welding marks. When used with Speed-Rail® or Interna-Rail® frames, this is a very cost effective yet aesthetically pleasing solution. Pickets are ¾ inch Schedule 10, and railing is available in mill finish aluminum, anodized, or TGIC Polyester powder coat.
Hollaender’s® standard finishes for fittings and pipe are architectural mill finish and clear anodized aluminum. Our clear anodized coating is specified as M10C22A41. It is architectural class with a nominal thickness of .7 mil.
Powdercoat colors are available in a wide variety of colors with the standard being TGIC Polyester, a highly weather resistant and durable coating. Depending on the color requirement, TGIC Polyester products that are compliant with either AAMA 2603 or 2604 may also be available.