Railings are classified into two categories, according to their material
Each category exhibits particular characteristics, which guide customers to the best choice based on their needs.
All our railings are made with the utmost attention to detail, and can be installed indoors or outdoors to fit any dimension and design.
After every installation, center al will provide you with written instructions regarding the necessary maintenance.
Aluminium railings are available in a wide range of traditional and modern designs, featuring a long-lasting aluminium alloy and a corrosive-resistant profile.
The railing systems have multiple applications, e.g. in balconies, fences, interior and exterior stairways, and are distinguished for their durability, with almost no maintenance required, as they are manufactured with seaside class processing.
They can be produced in any RAL colour shade.
Their advantages over iron railings are:
- zero maintenance costs
- modern designs
- simple and quick installation
- security combined with low installation costs
- many design options
ΙΝΟΧ type aluminium railings
They are used for outdoor structures, on balconies, terraces and stairways, as well as indoors, as handrails and room dividers.
INOX type aluminium railings are made of aluminium, and, after undergoing a special treatment (anodizing), they acquire the appearance of stainless steel (INOX), without, however, reaching its high cost. At the same time, they are lighter than INOX railings, a fact which renders them ideal for numerous implementations (stairways etc.).
The images show many of our completed projects, including several in coastal areas!
Aluminium - glass railings
The most reliable glass pane support system available, offering impressive results for projects with high architectural standards, without restricting views.
Anodizing, as an aluminium surface treatment, has been in use for over 60 years. This period has allowed manufacturers to detect any potential problems and develop suitable techniques for eliminating them.
Anodizing transforms the aluminium surface, artificially creating an oxide layer (rust). This process is carried out under strictly controlled conditions, resulting in an extremely consistent and hard oxide layer..
Some of the particular characteristics of the anodizing process include:
- The anodizing layer is created by the metal itself and is fully integrated into it, thereby removing any adhesion problems.
- The anodizing process results in exceptional anti-corrosion properties, as long as it is properly applied, implemented, and used.
- Anodized aluminium products exhibit a metallic appearance