Balustrades

Follow our three step process and find the perfect frameless glass balustrade for your home.

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From assisting with selecting the right balustrade system through to installing it as a time that is convenient to you, our expert team is always ready to help. We have created a three step system to make sure that you have the right system, glass type and safety level.

We recommend using a SentryGlas interlayer between two pieces of glass for added strength and protection

Step 1. Choose a system

From completely seamless looks without visible fixings or showcasing the structure in its entirety, each system can be designed to suit your needs.

Step 2. Choose your glass

For pure unobstructed views choose Vfloat SuperClear™. Clearer than ordinary glass, it enables a seamless transition between the glass and the view beyond. Or, to provide privacy or to add flair choose a tinted or Pixagraphic™ glass.

Step 3. Glass Safety Level

There are three glass safety levels. Safe features toughened glass. Safer features an EVA laminate between two panes of glass, and Safest features a Sentryglas Laminate. Accessories such as interlinking handrails and glass clamps may be required.

Specifications

Glass Testing

Glass testing by Viridian Glass & Euroglass

  • 19mm fully tempered glass versus Sentryglass Click Here
  • Demonstration of SentryGlass by Viridian Click Here
Technical Drawings

For all balustrade technical specifications,containing our DWG’s, CAD and PDF drawings please refer to our EBOSS pages located here:
https://www.eboss.co.nz/library/euroglass/category/enclosure-balustrades

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Brochure

Take a look at our new residential balustrade brochure

Technical Information

Balustrade information from our Hardware Catalogue

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Glazing Selector

Use our FREE online glass calculator to help you find the right glass for your windows.

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