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Balustrade Builder Checklist

Before you can use the balustrade builder, make sure you have all the information you need by using the checklist below.

 

I want to meet NCC regulations.

 

NCC Regulations

If you are unsure of what the NCC regulations mean for you, visit our regulations page to learn more. NCC regulations set out minimum safety requirements by considering wire sizes, wire spacing and post spacing. You are required to comply with the NCC regulations if the height of your platform is greater than 1000mm and less than 4000mm. If the height of your platform is 4000mm or greater you cannot use the balustrade builder, please contact Miami Stainless by visiting our contact page.

 
What Type of Balustrade System You Require
Find out more information on our wire balustrade systems by visiting our systems information page.
 

Length of Each Section

The length of section is the distance between the start and stop posts, see below infographic. The start and stop point, or terminations, are generally between post measurements.

 

Note: Tensioner Swage Stud System requires measurements between outside of posts.

 

What is a section? A section is the span between two posts that wire balustrade starts and stops, or terminates. It is common to have a span of wire balustrade pass through one or many posts between terminations, these posts are generally called intermediate posts. Contact Miami Stainless if you require  stainless steel intermediate posts.

 

Height of Handrail to Underside

The number of wires per section is important if you are needed to comply with NCC Regulations. Visit our Regulations page if you are unsure how many wires you need to meet NCC Regulations. If you have a kick board or plinth and require a different number of wires, simply enter in the quality you require.

 

What is a section? A section is the span between two posts that wire balustrade starts and stops, or terminates. It is common to have a span of wire balustrade pass through one or many posts between terminations, these posts are generally called intermediate posts. Contact Miami Stainless if you require stainless steel intermediate posts.

 


 

I don't want to meet NCC regulations.

 

Height of Handrail to Underside

If you are unsure of what thje NCC Regulations mean for you, visit our regulations page to learn more. If the height of your platform is 4000mm or greater, you cannot use the balustrade builder, please contact Miami Stainless by visiting our contact page.

 

What Type of Balustrade System You Require

Find out more information on our wire balustrade systems by visiting our systems information page.

 

Length of Each Section

The length of a section is the distance between the start and stop posts. See the infographic below. The start and stop point, or terminations, are generally between post measurements.

 

Note: Tensioner Swage Stud System requires measurements between outside of posts

 

What is a section? A section is the span between two posts that wire balustrade starts and stops, or terminates. It is common to have a span of wire balustrade pass through one or many posts between terminations, these posts are generally called intermediate posts. Contact Miami Stainless if you require stainless steel intermediate posts.

 

Number of Wires per Section

Determine the number of wires per section you require. What is a section? A section is the span between two posts that wire balustrade starts and stops or terminates. It is common to have a span of wire balustrade pass through one or many posts between terminations, these posts are called intermediate or middle posts. Contact Miami Stainless if you require stainless steel intermediate posts.

 

 

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Balustrade Builder Checklist - Dimensions

 

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