AN15 aluminium stair nosings

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Aluminium ramp back stair nosing with concealed fixings suitable for resilient flooring, stone, timber and stairs with no surface covering. 

Suitable when a 50mm x 50mm nosing is required.

Available in Mill, Polished, Satin Aluminium and also Black Anodised.

A wide variety of coloured PVC infill options to offer suitable LRV contrasts to the floor covering installed. PVC infills are available both smooth PVC or CAT Castellated PVC for greater SRV.

Solid Aluminium inserts are available in mill, satin , polished aluminium and black anodised where a solid aluminium looking nosing is required with concealed fixings.

Also available in Carborundum for use in very high traffic or exterior areas

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IFC IFC - 1 2.1
Revit Revit - 1 2.1

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IFC
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COBie
BOS_General
NBS_Data
Accessories
n/a
Applications
To finish the nose edge of stone and timber stairs and stairs fitted with ceramics or hard flooring, e.g. laminates, LVT, vinyl, linoleum
BaseSectionFinishOptions
Mill, Polished, Satin
BaseSectionMaterial
Aluminium alloy 6063 T6
FixingOptions
Can be supplied pre-drilled and countersunk in the channel for concealed fixing and on-site retro fitting of the infill. Can also be supplied undrilled for adhesive fixing using F. Ball & Co. Ltd Stycco Flex Rapid Curing Flexible Adhesive
InsertsColourOptions
Dependent on infill, consult manufacturer's literature
InsertsMaterialOptions
ATI49.5, Castellated PVC, Olympic grip carborundum, Smooth textured PVC
Profile
Single channel/ square front
SizeGauge
4 mm ramping down to 0.5 mm
SizeRiseXGoing
30 x 63.3 mm
Pset_CoveringCommon
Pset_CoveringFlooring

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