Fall protection systems – VersiRail® Guardrail/Handrail


VersiRail® is a freestanding or fixed guardrail system offering collective fall protection and can be used for protection against falls from height, access protection, perimeter protection and marking out walkways.

VersiRail is superior to other guardrail systems not only in its appearance, weight and ease of installation, but also the quality of its engineering. VersiRail is available in:
• Four style options (curved, inclined, straight and folding (freestanding only)
• Four fixed options (Slab mounting plate, wall mounting plate, Z-Type mounting plate, parapet mounting plate) and also a freestanding option utilising 25kg counterbalance weights to position the system.
• Three finishes (natural, polished or powder coated to a RAL colour) ensuring you can tailor the system to match your requirements and surroundings

A guardrail system should be designed to always provide a minimum edge protection height of 1100 mm. The fixed VersiRail system has upright supports that are available in various heights (from 300 – 1100 mm) to accommodate different parapet heights. For added safety VersiRail is supplied with kneerails as standard.

Key benefits include:
• Durable aluminium, corrosion-resistant construction
• Lightweight—quick and easy installation
• 30% lighter than steel alternative
• Fixed or freestanding (including folding) options
• Designer looks—three finishes available
• Adaptable, modular easy-fix system
• Fully weatherproof
• Tested and certified in accordance to EN 13374 and EN 14122-3


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