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    Conectabal™ balustrade and handrail system

    Conectabal® Commercial Balustrades

    Conectabal Commercial Balustrades prevent injuries or falls from retaining walls and elevated areas, with single or double handrail options designed for AS 1428.1:2009 compliance. Manufactured from hot dip galvanized steel with solid steel balusters, Conectabal Commercial Balustrades are pre-engineered and preconfigured for compliance with the National Construction Code (NCC/BCA) and independently load tested for compliance with Australian Standard AS/NZS 1170.1:2002. Flush connection points achieve a smoother, safer finish, with standard or fire stair configurations available.

    Why Conectabal®?

    Conectabal Commercial Balustrades offer significant benefits over traditionally welded alternatives

    • Proprietary designs are pre-engineered for structural integrity
    • Hot dip galvanized steel for enhanced corrosion protection
    • Easily repaired, modified or extended with Ezibilt parts
    • Eliminate design and fabrication costs, hot works permits and site shut-downs
    • Reduced safety risk for installer / public
    • Unlimited off the shelf configurations and available in a range of paint finishes
    • Designed to comply with Australian and New Zealand building codes and standards
    • Modular, no-weld components for simple and fast assembly
    • Flat pack delivery for difficult access areas
    • Flush connection points for a smoother, safer finish
    • Standard and fire stair handrail or balustrade options
    • For new projects, retrofitting or upgrades


    • Retaining walls and carparks
    • DDA access ramps and stairs
    • Accommodation units
    • Sports and recreation centres
    • Public transport and sightseeing
    • Fire and access stairs
    • Footbridges and culverts
    • Loading bays and mezzanines
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