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Simplicity is Kubit handrail's strength

Minimalist and functional, HDI Railing Systems' Kubit balustrade offers architects a thin profile, maximum durability and a choice of infills and lighting options

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HDI Railing Systems' Kubit balustrade features trademark elliptical posts that hide all mechanical connections from view.
HDI Railing Systems' Kubit balustrade features trademark elliptical posts that hide all mechanical connections from view.

HDI is a leading provider of modular and bespoke balustrade systems. The various designs allow architects to tailor their chosen balustrade systems with a variety of attachments and infill types. 

Kubit, one of HDI’s most conservative balustrade selections, has mechanical connections hidden from view ensuring a design as secure and functional as it is elegant.

Infill panel materials are typically glass (standard or low iron) to maintain the open minimalist design. LED systems are also available as a continuous beam or point source lighting on the underside of the top rail.

HDI uses Revit and AutoCAD to prepare submittal drawings for clients, which include 3D renderings to clearly show the design concept and how it fits in the surrounding area. BIM/Revit and AutoCAD libraries are available to architects for download from hdirailings.com.

  • Kubit balustrade fixing options include core mounting, side mounting and weld mounting.
    Kubit balustrade fixing options include core mounting, side mounting and weld mounting.
  • The Kubit balustrade system provides sculptural simplicity while maintaining exceptional structural integrity.
    The Kubit balustrade system provides sculptural simplicity while maintaining exceptional structural integrity.
  • Kubit is compatible with a variety of infill materials, including glass, resin, perforated stainless-steel panels, woven stainless-steel cables and steel infill rods.
    Kubit is compatible with a variety of infill materials, including glass, resin, perforated stainless-steel panels, woven stainless-steel cables and steel infill rods.
  • All HDI handrails feature the highest quality stainless steel – AISI 304 or 316 provides the perfect application for any environment.
    All HDI handrails feature the highest quality stainless steel – AISI 304 or 316 provides the perfect application for any environment.
  • Minimalist design realised through invisible engineering: Kubit balustrades at the New York corporate offices of clothing retailer Fullbeauty Brands.
    Minimalist design realised through invisible engineering: Kubit balustrades at the New York corporate offices of clothing retailer Fullbeauty Brands.
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For more information and technical support, visit: hdirailings.co.uk

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