Type Post and rail
Post material Cast iron
Rail material Stainless steel
Fixing Baseplate fixed
Root fixed
Aboveground post height (mm) 1400
 
 
 

ASF produces the Hawick cast iron post and rail system.

  • Hawick cast iron posts - Quayside and straight.
  • Curved and straight profile post and rail system.
  • Curved version has characteristics of a Quayside post but critically does not interfere with path/walkway dimensions on inland face.
  • Finished spun galvanised.
  • Stainless steel rails with plastic/neoprene interfaces.
  • Post and rail centres designed to minimise debris build-up and assist in flood avoidance.


ASF produces the Hawick cast iron post and rail system.

  • Hawick cast iron posts - Quayside and straight.
  • Curved and straight profile post and rail system.
  • Curved version has characteristics of a Quayside post but critically does not interfere with path/walkway dimensions on inland face.
  • Finished spun galvanised.
  • Stainless steel rails with plastic/neoprene interfaces.
  • Post and rail centres designed to minimise debris build-up and assist in flood avoidance.


 
 
 
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