|Product family:||Stair profile|
|Product group:||Stair insert profile|
|Date of publishing:||2019-04-02|
|Type:||Object (single object)|
Step Master offers a comprehensive range of architecturally designed profiles to meet every demand, from heavy duty traffic in railway stations to the more general retail/office use, providing maximum pedestrian safety and colour contrast.
Step Master Stair Nosings and inserts are manufactured to meet and exceed the New Zealand standards of the Department of Building and Housing D1 accessible routes.
Anodized Aluminium strips for rebating into stair treads. Each strip has a lip on each side to cover any chips made from cutting the groves into the treads. It is recommended to have 3 strips on each tread. The first one back 25mm from the front face of the stair and the other two at 30mm centres from the first one.
The SMI501 is Red List-free.
Usage: Rebated strips for a very architectural minimal look. Can be used as an anti-slip strip for decks, walkways and ramps etc.
Dimensions: 8mm wide x 12mm high (4mm above the surface)
Colours: Black or Silver
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|Designed in:||New Zealand|
|Manufactured in:||New Zealand|
|BIMobject Category:||Construction - Stairs|
|UNSPSC name:||Stair parts|
|Uniclass 1.4 Code:||L4322|
|Uniclass 1.4 Description:||Stairs|
|Uniclass 2.0 Code:||SS-30-10-85|
|Uniclass 2.0 Description:||Stair And Ramp Structural Systems|
|Uniclass 2015 Code:||Pr_20_85_47_84|
|Uniclass 2015 Description:||Stair stringers|
|NBS Reference Code:||30-10-47|
|NBS Reference Description:||On-Ground Stairs Nosing Finishes|
|OmniClass Number:||23-17 23 17 11|
|OmniClass Title:||Stair Component Products|
|CSI UniFormat II Code:||C2020|
|CSI UniFormat II Title:||Stair Finishes|
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