All we need is a rough idea of the total metres required. After that, we can issue you with a quote today. We are also happy to tallk you through your project and come up with the best solution, one which suits your budget. We will recommend what components you need and which is the best, most cost-effective method of installation.
We are always available to talk you through your project, at each stage of your club fencing project. Often, pitch railing installations are subject to receiving Sports Capital Grants, so we are more than happy to provide you with an initial quote, then revisit your project as soon as funding has been made available.
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While there are no regulations directly applicable to pitch rails, we can still assume many of the same rules apply when installing your railing:
-Going by Part M of the Building Regs, a landing(flat area) should have a handrail height of between 900mm and 1100mm. We would usually send posts at 1500mm to leave enough for bedding into concrete. -The rail should terminate appropriately and not have any rail ends exposed. Finishing the rail on a post is the best way to finish the rail and avoid clothing getting snagged. -Part K states that there shouldn't be a gap between bars on a safety rail. However this relates to stairs where there may be a drop. For spectator rails, infill panels are not a necessity as the rail is more of a demarcation/segregation barrier.
Installing pitch fencing keeps spectators at a safe distance from the edge of the playing field. Our barriers can be seen at sports grounds throughout the country, including GAA grounds, soccer, rugby and athletic tracks.
Our rails not only provide a demarcation zone around the playing surface, but are often used to segregate walking tracks and spectator/parking areas. This provides a safety barrier system throughout the entire grounds.
Kee Klamp fittings are used to quickly and easily connect steel tube rails without the need for welding. The fittings each have grub screws which are tightened with an allen key or hexagonal headed drill bit. This erases the need for specialised labour to install the rails and allows for someone from within the club to install at a much discounted rate.
All steel tube clamps are galvanised to EN 1461.
The posts will either need to be fixed to existing concrete, or bedded into concrete if there is no concrete track in place. In this case, someone from a construction background will more likely be needed to mix and pour the concrete correctly.
When bedding the fencing posts into concrete, allow for approximately 300mm(1 foot) of concrete to allow adequate strength. Allow for post spacings of 2000mm.
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We are more than happy to talk you through your options and help you to come up with the best, most affordable handrail solution for your project. Whether it's a standard Kee Klamp rail or a Part M compliant access rail, we are always on standby for you.
Components hot dip galvanised to EN 1461
Industrial strength steel tubing and fittings
Easily installed with basic DIY skills
No need for specialised labour or tools
Kee Klamp pitch safety rails use heavy duty galvanised steel tubing. The fittings are also galvanised to EN 1461 and are designed to withstand the harsh weather which Ireland presents.
The posts should leave the rail between 900mm and 1100mm from ground level. If posts are being bedded into concrete, allow an extra 300mm-400mm on the posts.
Most people space the posts at 2000mm apart. This means that a 6000mm tube length end can be joined with a 25-8 Three Socket Tee, cutting down on the amount of cutting required.
Yes we deliver to sports grounds all over the country.
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