Painted Iron Staircase with Central Structure

The staircase with painted iron central structure is made of tubular iron with a 100 x 100 mm cross-section with 4 mm iron plates folded to obtain higher torsional rigidity, the structure is very stiff, with no fastening screws in the parts in view.

It can be painted to the customer’s sample or to preference from our catalogue. The steps are made of wood of various types (Beech, Oak, Doussie, Wenge, Teak, Iroko) and with several finishes (oil, bleached, polyurethane varnishes, etc). The staircases are tested with a certified load test for a total capacity for each step of 150 Kg. The banisters, the model of which is registered, are completely made of stainless steel with no welds and only with mechanical fastenings or in wrought iron.

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