neaco have added to the vast range of modular options available within our Spectrum balustrade range with the introduction of some attractive new stanchion designs.
Combining a stylish contemporary appearance with economical use of materials, our new Shape stanchion’s defining feature is ovular shaping which is also applied to the infill clips. The top of the stanchion meets the top handrail with a minimalist stem connector. As well as providing an alternative aesthetic option, the inherent strength of the Shape design allows the stanchion centres to be maximized to help work within budget constraints. Infill options include toughened glass, rails, wire, mesh and perforated panels.
Our new Quad stanchion provides another alternative to tubular stanchions with a square design which also uses a stem connector to meet the top handrail. Quad is also economical in its use of materials and provides an offset glass infill option in addition to inline toughened glass, rails, wire, mesh and perforated panels.
Alan Green, Managing Director at neaco, said: “We are delighted to be introducing Shape and Quad to the Spectrum range – they are the first of a wide range of exciting new product developments in the pipeline for 2014. These two new options now complement our ever-popular Centric tubular stanchion and Slim flat-bar stanchion. All of our latest modular options will be featured in a new comprehensive Spectrum brochure which is due for release this summer.”
Available with a class-leading Lifetime Guarantee, neaco’s Spectrum range of handrails, balustrade, balconies and structural glass offers a comprehensive choice of modular components to suit virtually any design need with low-energy, eco-friendly construction.
Available in powder coated aluminium or stainless steel, Spectrum’s smooth, clean lines offer a high architectural aesthetic which is maintenance-free. Aluminium Spectrum is available in a variety of solid or metallic colours as well as a wood-effect finish.