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Standoff glass railings are a type of railing system that uses glass panels supported by metal standoffs that are attached to the surface or substrate. The glass panels are typically secured by the standoffs using bolts or other fasteners, creating a floating effect where the glass appears to be suspended in place. Glass standoff railings are suitable for various spaces and are commonly used in outdoor spaces such as decks, balconies, and indoor spaces such as stairs, to provide safety and security purpose while still maintaining a modern and stylish look. Standoff railing system could provide clear view and it is popular due to its durability, and low maintenance requirements, commonly used in residential and commercial environments.

The glass panels are usually made of tempered or laminated glass, which is strong and durable. The glass standoffs are made of stainless steel or aluminum and zinc alloy materials. There is none-adjustable glass standoff type, adjustable glass standoff type, plate mount glass standoff type. Combined glass railing fittings products, such as glass clamps, top rail tubes, connectors of U profile, glass bracket, etc., with various surface treatments, to form a variety of different styles of standoff glass railing.

Glass Standoffs are mostly made of 2205 duplex stainless steel by casting or bar machining process. 2205 duplex stainless steel has high strength and corrosion resistance. For some other outdoor situations, stainless steel 316 or 316L materials may also be used to produce glass standoff. For indoor installations, many users also choose glass standoffs made of 304 materials.

Highco Metal can provide customers with one-stop service for standoff glass railings. We can not only provide standard products such as glass spigots, glass and glass railing fittings, but also provide customers with customized specifications and design services, and can provide free cost technical support during customer installation and use.

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