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Product / DDA Compliant Handrails

Kee Access® meets the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 (previously DDA)

 

Access for all

The Kee Access® range has been developed in order to fulfil the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 (previously DDA) and the Building Regulations Part M.

The range has been designed to provide a smooth, continuous handrail in size 7 tubes to ensure compliance with the regulations. Fittings can also be powder coated in any RAL colour to enhance the guardrail, handrail or balustrade and to provide a visual contrast that is not cold to touch as required by legislation.

Kee Access® fittings offer a versatile solution for ground based applications. The fittings are made of galvanised cast iron to BS EN 1461.

 

DDA compliant handrails benefits

  • Conforms to requirements of Building Regulations Part M for DDA compliance
  • Meets specified loadings up to 1500 N/m
  • Colour coating provide “not cold to touch” finish
  • Ideal for retrofit solutions
  • Corrosion protected for guaranteed durability.
  • No welding or hot works permits required
  • Cost effective alternative to welding

 

Ease of installation

Kee Access® features 19 special fittings and is designed for fast and easy installationwithout the need to weld or fabricate.

Kee Access® fittings are hot dip galvanised and feature KEE KOAT corrosion protected grub screws and THREDKOAT recess protection for guaranteed durability. An “Add-on” offset fitting allows new handrails to be added to existing structures.

 

Setting safety standards

  • Kee Klamp® fittings are manufactured to meet current standards
  • BS EN ISO 1461
  • Meet specified loadings up to 1500 N/m

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