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24/02/2017 10:47

Stainless steel post

Stainless steel post on the blog by Iamdesign.comThe IAM Design anchor systems, sturdy and rapid for the installation, meet all the design and aesthetics requirements. They are made up of stainless steel, that is an alloy of iron characterized, beyond the typical mechanical properties of carbon steels, by a remarkable resistance to corrosion, especially in moist air or in fresh water. Such ability of resisting to corrosion is due to the presence of alloying elements, mainly chromium, which is able to become covered by a layer of thin, tacky oxides, practically invisible, which protects the metal, or alloy, underlying the action of chemical external agents.

 

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21/02/2017 10:41

Steel fence parts

Steel fence parts on the blog by Iamdesign.comThe fences solve many problems that you might have, for example, with a neighbor. A good fence not only ensures security and a superior privacy, but let you give style and elegance to inhabited buildings. There are different types of fences that you can take into consideration, and IAM Design provides modular fences and railings Easy Fence, accompanied by the Easy Hold system.

 

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Stainless steel glass clamps suppliers on the blog by Iamdesign.comThe IAM Design product range includes more than 2,500 stainless steel elements useful to produce railings, fences, canopies, staircases and other structural elements, both for external and interior spaces. The linear and modern design of the several elements allows an easy and quick installation, in order to adapt them to any setting and use.

 

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Stainless steel railing with glass on the blog by Iamdesign.comGlasstree is the system used by IAM Design to create stairs made up of stainless steel railings with glass steps. The support of the steps, in its Glasstree Spiral version, evokes the branches of a tree. Glasstree Spiral is the spiral version which recalls the structure and the form of a tree, composed by a central trunk and branches distributed all around.

 

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Stainless steel railing components on the blog by Iamdesign.comRailings, as functional and decorative parts of gardens and interior spaces, embellish and safeguard architectural elements such as staircases and other overhanging structures. It is certainly true that they are principally built to guarantee security, but designers must admit that the choice of railings can be one of the most difficult tasks. Railings are sometimes hulky and hard to harmonize with the rest of the architectural parts, particularly because they tend to stop light and to give the impression of a blocked and suffocating environment.

 

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18/01/2017 12:14

Tubular steel handrails

Tubular steel handrails on the blog by Iamdesign.comA balustrade is a row of shafts, called balusters, topped by a rail, installed along the edge of a balcony or of a terrace. The first examples of balustrades in the history of architecture date back to Assyrian Palaces in Mesopotamian ancient cities, and they were made of stone. From that time, the function of balusters has remained the same, but their design has changed and other materials have been adopted for their construction.

 

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12/01/2017 12:09

Steel cable fence

Steel cable fence on the blog by Iamdesign.comA balustrade is a row of shafts, called balusters, topped by a rail, installed along the edge of a balcony or of a terrace. The first examples of balustrades in the history of architecture date back to Assyrian Palaces in Mesopotamian ancient cities, and they were made of stone. From that time, the function of balusters has remained the same, but their design has changed and other materials have been adopted for their construction.

 

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10/01/2017 12:03

Steel balustrade design

Steel balustrade design on the blog by Iamdesign.comA balustrade is a row of shafts, called balusters, topped by a rail, installed along the edge of a balcony or of a terrace. The first examples of balustrades in the history of architecture date back to Assyrian Palaces in Mesopotamian ancient cities, and they were made of stone. From that time, the function of balusters has remained the same, but their design has changed and other materials have been adopted for their construction.

 

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