An ADA rail is the framework of (usually) two horizontal rails supported by vertical posts, manufactured from fittings and pipe. This particular type of railing provides a continuous gripping surface throughout its length.
ADA rails provide a grip to help support an individual with a disability. ADA rails are also used on ramps to help a person in/with a wheel chair, walker or cane safely go up the ramp.
ADA rails are used by architects, engineers, contractors, safety managers, government installations, public buildings, offices, banks, schools, and anywhere a person with a disability would need to access, particularly where a ramp is required.
The ADA rail does not require a welder or detailed design drawings and can be assembled on site by standard labor. Materials are all aluminum and will not rust or deteriorate.
A Rivet Nut tool is required to assemble Interna-Rail fittings