Balustrade

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A '''balustrade''' is a protective barrier approximately 900 - 1,200 mm high at the edge of openings in the [[floor]] or at the side of stairs, [[land]]ing, [[balcony]], [[mezzanine]]s, galleries, raised walk ways, or other location to prevent accidental falls from one level to another. Such a barrier may be solid or may have openings through it.
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A '''balustrade''' is a protective barrier approximately 900 - 1,200 mm high at the edge of openings in the [[floor]] or at the side of stairs, [[landing]], [[balcony]], [[mezzanine]]s, galleries, raised walk ways, or other location to prevent accidental falls from one level to another. Such a barrier may be solid or may have openings through it.

Current revision as of 14:43, 7 August 2009

A balustrade is a protective barrier approximately 900 - 1,200 mm high at the edge of openings in the floor or at the side of stairs, landing, balcony, mezzanines, galleries, raised walk ways, or other location to prevent accidental falls from one level to another. Such a barrier may be solid or may have openings through it.

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