Stainless steel railings
  • Resistance to corrosion
  • Higher mechanical resistance to low carbon steels
  • Ease of cleaning / low surface roughness
  • Inert material: does not modify food color, taste or aroma
  • Ease of conformation
  • Ease of welding / joining
  • Strong visual appeal (modernity, lightness and prestige)
  • Favorable cost / benefit ratio
  • Low maintenance cost
Wrought iron railings
Wrought iron (also known as beaten iron) is commercially pure iron, which has a small amount of carbon (not more than 0.15%), but usually contains slag.

It is tough, malleable, ductile and easily weldable. Wrought iron is commercial iron (plain steel) which is basically an iron-carbon alloy with low carbon content and no alloying elements.
Aluminum Frames
Due to its low weight the alumina becomes an excellent material not only for mobile structures but also static structures, where the weight itself has an unimportant importance in the total loads of the project. Due to its own characteristics, aluminum is among the commercially available materials with the highest strength / weight ratio. Therefore, the use of aluminum in structural profiles can provide an economical metal structure. One of the main advantages of using the aluminum structure is its high resistance to environmental corrosion.