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Are you looking for the perfect handrail system for your spiral staircase? It’s likely that you have found it to be quite a difficult task, but luckily for you we have the ideal product in the new stainless steel Flexinox handrail system.

Traditionally stainless steel handrails for spiral staircases were hard to manufacture and fit.

Spiral staircase handrail problems

Traditionally, spiral staircase handrails made from stainless steel have been very difficult to manufacture, as they have to be rolled out to the exact size shape of the spiral staircase (in 3D). Stainless steel is also typically very difficult to cut because it is so hard and usually requires the use of special tools for cutting and drilling.

Not only are spiral staircase handrails in stainless steel hard to manufacture, but also particularly difficult to fit. Attaching a traditional stainless steel handrail to the support posts involves drilling holes using a special cobalt drill bit and then tapping a threaded bolt to attach the handrail to the post. This task is long and laborious, taking a significant amount of time, which of course leads to a significant amount of money being spent.

Our innovative solution

With this in mind, we decided to create a stainless steel handle that offered an easy, quick and high quality fit. Our fully flexible handrail doesn’t need rolling to shape or size and can be easily cut with your average handsaw. Fitting requires standard screw fixings (no pre-tapping necessarily) and the handrail remains just as durable and hardwearing as the traditional offering.Doesn’t that sound a whole lot better?

Well let us introduce you to the Flexinox handrail system, an innovative stainless steel handrail that is perfectly designed for awkward (yet wonderful) spiral staircases.

The new Flexinox handrail system has a stainless steel outer skin with a polyurethane core, making it extremely flexible. The use of the two materials makes for the best combination, as customers can benefit from the beautiful and stylish aesthetics offered by stainless steel, but at a fraction of the cost!

Stainless steel handrails look fantastic in all homes and businesses, whether they are traditionally or contemporarily styled. Being both stylish and practical, the Flexinox handrail system is the perfect choice of handrail for your staircase.

Stainless steel handrails look great in all settings and are also extremely durable

Stainless steel handrails look great in all settings and are also extremely durable.

Suitable for all types of staircases in all settings

Another benefit of the Flexinox stainless steel handrail system is that it can be curved or straight, making it suitable for a wide range of applications from spiral staircases to landing balustrades. It has something to offer everyone, which is why we can easily see it becoming the next big thing.

Easy to cut and install

As we previously mentioned, the Flexinox handrail system is made from both stainless steel (outer) and polyurethane (core). Not only does this make the handrail more affordable, but also much easier to fit. Seeing as the handrail’s polyurethane core is much easier to cut through, than solid stainless steel, the process of fitting the entire handrail system is much more straightforward and thus quicker. The quicker and easier it is to fit, the less money you have to spend!

DIY fit

You may even find that you are able to fit the Flexinox stainless steel handrail system yourself. It is very easy to cut to length using standard hand tools and can be attached to the support posts using standard stainless steel self-tapping screws.

Conclusion

A lot of work has been put into the handrail’s design to make it as stylish, practical and user-friendly as possible. If you have any questions about it feel free to call our sales team on 0121 351 1533 and we’ll be happy to answer them!

Image credits: michald* and coofdy

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