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Cobalt MF Balcony System

Blue Chyp Ltd

Full-face blade balustrade system, with no visual welding
or exposed fixings, and non-combustible materials.

  • Wide range of balustrade blade and handrails
  • Multiple colour combinations - facia, balustrade and handrails can
    colour co-ordinate or contrast depending on the architectural choice
  • Balustrade blades 45 mm x 15 mm
  • 60 mm wide and sloped internally handrail to improve safety
  • Soffits panels are discreetly sloped to the balcony front for passive
    water management. Fully drained systems are available if required
  • All parts are serviceable from the balcony surface

Terra-34

Lang+Fulton

An anti-climb steel grating for cladding, security or balustrades with a rectangular aperture 34 mm wide available in 4 m high panels for covering large areas.

Stretto

Lang+Fulton

A steel grating with closely spaced horizontal flat bars which create a distinctive lateral appearance and provide diffused visual screening for balustrades or cladding.

Streamline Balcony

MultiBal

This unobtrusive design sits inside the window reveal and within the window elevation.

The streamline comprises a bracket design which allows all fixings to be concealed within the rails.

This contemporary style of balcony consists of a matching top and bottom bars and vertical spindles. This balcony is produced to customer sizes as specified by the client.

The balcony has multiple advantages such as:

  • Available in a range of styles and finishes including milled, anodised or painted to the client’s specification.
  • Concealed fixings
  • Manufactured & assembled in the UK.
  • Manufacture from aluminium which provides numerous advantages in building and transport including ease of handling and reduced installation costs.
  • Fully bolted system which removes the requirement for any welding or hot works.
  • Simple installation.
  • Exceptional level of corrosion resistance (up to 50 years).
  • Exceeds building regulations.

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