Compare the benefits of a non-welded OSHA compliant handrail to the costs and work associated with building a welded OSHA compliant handrail.
|Kee Klamp Railing||Traditional Welded Rail|
|Specialized Labor||No, Simple to Install||Yes, Professional Labor Union Employee|
|Time||Typically it would take 2 people 8 hours to install 100 ft. of railing.||Varies on availability and skill level.|
|Special Permits||None||Hot Permit Required|
|Safety Factor||Use of simple tools such as drill, hammer, and allen wrenches.||Welding creates a greater potential for bodily harm.|
|Overall Costs||After the consideration of all factors you can save up to 50% when installing a Kee Klamp component railing over a welded rail solution.|
|Breakage||The systems modular components allow for the broken section to be replaced by loosening the surrounding fittings and replacing the broken fittings and pipe.||A professional welder must replace the affected section|
|Rust||The Kee Klamp system components are galvanized or anodized to resist corrosion. Kee Klamp railing are known to last for 20 years without showing the least bit of rust.||Because galvanization is removed during the installation processes, welded connections and ground fixings are known to show rust under a two year period.|
|ADA Compliance||Use of our ADA Handrail System combines smooth surface ADA Compliance with our modular, weldless system.||Welding used to be the only way of providing an ADA smooth surface railing.|
|OSHA Compliance||When installed properly, railings built with our fittings exceed OSHA standards.||Can be constructed to OSHA Specification|
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