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Modern appeal, maximum versatility

The HDI Circum balustrade system offers clean lines and enduring design in a range of railing and infill options, making it a versatile choice for specifiers

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HDI's Circum balustrade system with stainless steel top rail and rods.
HDI's Circum balustrade system with stainless steel top rail and rods.

The HDI Circum post handrail system is available in wood or steel handrails, round or square posts and various infill options. Whether you want an organically-inspired wood and glass design or a sleek, all-steel aesthetic, Circum offers the versatility to bring your vision to life.

Suitable for indoor or outdoor sites, Circum is constructed with mechanical threaded connections built to exceed tension and support standards and is shipped pre-assembled for optimum ease of installation.

  • A round all-steel solution at Sundial House, Colorado.
    A round all-steel solution at Sundial House, Colorado.
  • HDI Circum railings with perforated stainless steel infills.
    HDI Circum railings with perforated stainless steel infills.
  • Stainless steel railings provide a clean modern fit with wood and stonework.
    Stainless steel railings provide a clean modern fit with wood and stonework.
  • HDI Circum railing system with LED light and speciality resin panel.
    HDI Circum railing system with LED light and speciality resin panel.
  • HDI Circum railing system at Sundial House, Colorado.
    HDI Circum railing system at Sundial House, Colorado.
  • Circum railings with LED lights at the World Trade Center, New York.
    Circum railings with LED lights at the World Trade Center, New York.
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Infill options:

  • Glass
  • Resin
  • Stainless steel (perforated or woven)
  • Rods
  • Pickets

Railing options:

  • AISI 304 or 316 steel
  • 240 grain or bead blasted finish
  • 38.1mm or 63.5mm railing width
  • Optional LED

For more information and technical support, visit: hdirailings.co.uk

 

Contact:

info@hdirailings.co.uk


 

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