Are you unfamiliar with Kee Klamp fittings? Review this section to learn more about how to use our fittings and get answers to common questions.
There a several different ways of attaching your handrail post to your walkway or stairway. Review the information below to explore the different methods for attaching your railing.
Our unique design does not require any drilling on site or in the shop. A slot on the back of the toe board accepts a bolt head which prevents the bolt from spinning during assembly. Upright hardware and splice kits for corners and straight sections are also available. Toe board comes in 24' lengths or can be custom cut.
When building handrails you want to be sure to use Schedule 40 pipe. This size pipe will ensure that your railing is able to resist the proper forces. Expand this section to learn more about pipe.
Save time on the job site by ordering prebuilt uprights. Prebuilt uprights come with all the upright fittings properly placed. If you want to space your uprights yourself use the guides in this section.
A Kee Safety Handrail System can designed to meet and exceed the requirements of standards like OSHA and ADA. Explore the requirements of these national standards using the navigation below.
Here are some basic pieces of information to bear in mind when constructing a handrail to comply with OSHA Standards.
Panels come in a variety of materials, sizes, and finishes. The standard 4" x 4" welded wired mesh is available in sizes up to 4' wide by 8' long. Smaller openings are available (2" x 2" or 1" x 1"). Material can be provided with a galvanized or powder coat finish, or in bare stainless steel. Virtually any custom configuration or material option is available.
Architects, engineers and specifiers may find this three part specification for Kee Klamp railing to be helpful