The ORION II System features a powder-coated aluminum framework combined with horizontal stainless steel cable infill. The framework is made up of 3” x 3” posts, standard bottom rail and a flat, continuous top rail.
ATLANTIS RAIL CABLE RAILING SYSTEMS FOR DECKS, BALCONIES + STAIRS
Atlantis Rail offers a complete line of stainless steel cable railing systems. This innovative collection of low maintenance railings offers unobstructed views capable of fitting any indoor or outdoor, commercial or residential design. Our railing systems have been designed for assembly using a collection of patented railing fittings and components to allow for the delivery of turn key stainless steel railing systems at a low cost. Atlantis Rail designs and manufactures stainless steel railing systems to client specifications, making it ideal for all applications by offering a complete line of deck railing systems and components to suit every need.
RailEasy™ Cable Railing
RailEasy™ Cable Railing combines with most wood, composite or vinyl rail frames to provide unobstructed views.
Cable railings (also known as cable railing systems and wire rope railings) are a low maintenance alternative to traditional wood or metal railings. Quite simply, they are guard rails and hand rails that use horizontal cables in place of traditional spindles, glass, mesh, etc. for infill.
Cable Railing Code and Safety Facts
Many customers have never worked with Cable Railing previously or have some ideas that may be founded in traditional construction knowledge, but not applicable to Cable Railing today. Let us explain the basic factors regarding code and safety.
A Cable Railing System can be composed of a variety of materials including wood, metal and some plastics or composite materials. These materials are often mixed in a design to create a hybrid system like no other. Cable Railing is a unique railing design in itself, but with a little imagination it becomes one of a kind.
Stainless steel is a relatively new material compared to copper, steel and other commonly used metals so there are some misunderstandings regarding the material. The practice of making good stainless steel is not simple, but understanding the elements that make good stainless steel is fairly straight forward.
Maintaining a Stainless Steel Cable Railing is not much different than maintaining a nice car.
Limiting maintenance begins the day you install your cable railing by giving it a thorough washing immediately after install, and skipping this step because all looks new and shiny is a big mistake.