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Knee Rails

Known as Knee rail due to its general height (Knee Height or between 450mm and 750mm), and commonly known as trip rail. Knee Rail is available in all timber, all steel or a mix of both. Knee rail is often popular with local councils and is used as a simple, cost effective way of creating a boundary generally to stop the public walking or driving where they shouldn't.

Feature Post

Feature Post
A solid steel pine cone was applied to every third post.

Feature Post 2

Feature Post 2
Box section posts were mixed with flat bar posts. A range of finials can then be applied.

Cranked Post

Cranked Post
The cranked post projects the rail over the kerb.

Cranked Post 2

Cranked Post 2
Coated to the specified RAL colour

Cranked Post 3

Cranked Post 3
Designed to suit the site

Feature Post

Feature Post
Heavy cap and rings applied to the post

Feature Post 2

Feature Post 2
Neatly placed keyblocks around the post

HD Box & Tube

HD Box & Tube
A Heavy duty rail

Proctor Court

Proctor Court
A box section feature post

Proctor Court 2

Proctor Court 2
The knee rail compliments the vertical bar railing.

Wardley

Wardley
The overhanging cap and ball top creates this design.

Wardley 2

Wardley 2
Painted Green RAL 6005


Knee Rails Information

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01833 640595

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Email info@middletonforge.co.uk

 
 
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