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A stylish and minimalist balustrade alternative to traditional balustrade is now available with the launch of Elan, a semi-structural glass balustrade from neaco.


Most balustrade designs secure glass infill panels in place by attaching them to the stanchions with a clip, but Elan’s glass panels are secured by a top rail above and a subtle floor channel below. The result is a sleek appearance, an economical use of materials and an easy-to-install solution. Designed for non-raked installations, Elan is also available as a modular balcony system complete with aluminium grille flooring.


Alan Green, Managing Director at neaco, said: “Elan offers all the classic characteristics that define our Spectrum balustrade and balcony range – namely its smooth contemporary aesthetics, maintenance-free durability and a modular system which provides exceptional design versatility and enables fast, low-energy construction with no welding or hot works required. Elan top rails and stanchions are powder coated for a non-chip, warm-to-touch finish and the glass is toughened with tinting options available. All of our latest modular balustrade and balcony options will be featured within a comprehensive new 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 huge choice of modular components. Systems can be specified in stainless steel or aluminium powder coated in a variety of solid colours, metallic colours and intricate wood-effect finishes.