Interior Handrails

Interior Handrails ensure the safety of staff, residents, clients and visitors at transition points in and around your building. Protect your interior walls from damage and safeguard the people who rely on your buildings from slips, falls and dangerous microbes with our variety of ADA and ANSI compliant handrails. Our handrails for interior are available in a wide range of design options; with so many styles to choose from we have something for every space and every budget.

Available in a huge range of vinyl colours, metal and wood grain looks, wood, bamboo, metal and antimicrobial vinyl. Selected interior handrails are available with wall guards, if extra protection if required.

Acculine delivers a large range of interior handrails in Melbourne with wooden and metal

  • Antimicrobial
  • Antiligature options
  • G2 BioBlend (PVC free) option
  • Available in full colour range
  • Single Rail Systems

    Single Rail Systems (5)

    In low to medium traffic areas, a single rail handrail system provides a smooth, round functional handrail, whilst providing effective robust protection to walls from patient, trolley and bed damage. Available in various materials, including Palladium®, timber and stainless steel. Unlike timber and stainless steel handrails, the Palladium® cover is designed to cushion impact and wont chip or splinter over…
  • Handrail Crashrail Combination Systems

    Handrail Crashrail Combination Systems (8)

    In high traffic areas, a handrail-crashrail combination system provides a smooth, round functional handrail, whilst providing effective robust protection to walls from patient, trolley and bed damage. Available in various materials, including Palladium®, timber and stainless steel. Unlike timber and stainless steel handrails, the Palladium® cover is designed to cushion impact and won't chip or splinter over time. Available in…

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