Atlantis Rail Models – Mixing Wood with Steel
Atlantis Rail is a revolutionary approach to conventional railing systems. The long lasting quality and non-corrosiveness of type 316 stainless steel allows us to add value and durability to your railings. This innovative collection of low maintenance railings offers unobstructed views capable of fitting any indoor or outdoor design situation. Enjoy the streamlined look of our four unique Atlantis Rail models with infill options of cable railing, balusters and glass panels. These models mix traditional wood or optional vinyl with the clean, modern look of stainless steel.
SunRail™ Systems – Complete Stainless Steel Railing Systems
For a completely stainless steel railing system, Atlantis Rail offers the SunRail™ systems. These modular systems allow for easy installation while achieving a custom look. The SunRail™ models are available with infill options of cable railing, balusters and glass panels, as well as, ADA compliant handicap railing systems. The streamlined look of these systems provides the enjoyment of unobstructed views without compromising the structural integrity. With the choice between a highly polished or brushed finish, these stainless steel railing systems blend nicely with every décor.
Advanced Patented Technology
The cable infill is attached to the posts using patented RailEasy™ tensioners which secure the wire with simple hand tools. Featuring mechanical swaging capabilities, these tensioners allow installers to cut cable on site, removing the hassle of pre-measuring and the cost of miscalculations. With a slotted base that angles up to 45°, these tensioners are ideal for stair applications.
Finish any railing project off with MicroStar™ LED lighting to illuminate the architectural features. These super bright white lights are ideal for accenting indoor or outdoor railing applications. The small size and easy installation allows for endless design possibilities. Brighten up any railing system by placing MicroStars™ underneath the top railing.
Last Update: 2016-01-29