Stair tread with safety nosing
For the purposes of slip resistance and in order to increase their load-bearing capacity, stair treads are provided on the front edge with a perforated, specially shaped angle section. This so-called nosing is welded together with the endplate and the bearing bar and contributes to reinforcing the stair tread. It can also be produced from non-slip steel flooring or checker plate. We comply with specific customer wishes as well as with deviating foreign standards.In the case of publicly accessible staircases, regulations are increasingly specifying a maximum clearance of 120 mm between the treads. We have taken this specification into account with a 70 mm-high nosing and therefore fulfil ONORM B 5371, which in the case of pitches of up to 190 mm permits a maximum step-through height of 120 mm.