Tribute to Durability: Kee Klamp Railing from 1967
Lest one begin to imagine that we are simply tooting our own horn when we talk about hand rail durability, I submit to you the following evidence:
The following handrail was constructed in 1967 using the same fittings and pipe that we sell today. Notice what is missing from these pictures: rust! Even though the railing sits right on the edge of the Erie Canal (Medina, NY), it has stood the test of time and weather. In any environment, railings made with Kee Klamp fittings are a winner, but especially in water rich environments such as: dock railing and water treatment railing. Check out our OSHA Compliant Handrail page for more information.
Now this is really cool! Check out the railing on Google Earth Street View