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Custom Metal Fabricated Railings Manufactured for a Residental Application

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Private Residence Custom Railing
Private Residence Custom Railing
Private Residence Custom Railing
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Custom Railing Close Up
Custom Railing Close Up
 Metal Railing Details
Metal Railing Details
Metal Railing Details

Serving both commercial and residential clients, Quality Welding was pleased to fabricate and install an architectural wrought-iron railing for a private residence. Shop drawings were submitted for architectural approval after we verified all the field measurements, and we developed a sound manufacturing plan. To fabricate a wide range of components, we used a combination of cutting, bending, forming, and welding services.

The final, 630-foot exterior railing measured 31 ¼ inches tall and consisted of a 2 ¼-inch cover molding, which was stitch-welded together with a 1 ½-inch by ¾-inch cover molding steel bar. The middle and bottom rail steel bars measured 1 ¼ inches by ¾ of an inch: between the top and middle rails we installed a custom scroll, consisting of 10-inch, schedule 40 pipes which were cut and formed according to the design. Between the middle and bottom rails, we installed ¾-of an inch square bar pickets, with every other picket twisted. The railing post consisted of 2 ½-inch by 2 ½-inch by ¼- of an inch square steel tubing, with a custom made cap and sphere. The end base plates measured 3 ½ inches by 3 ½ inches by ½ of an inch, with a long, #7 rebar welded to the bottom of the plates for installation purposes. The middle post featured a larger base plate, measuring 12 ½ inches by 3 ½ inches by ½ of an inch, with 2, #8 rebars welded to the bottom. This increase in base plate size accommodated the 1 ¼-inch by 3/4-of an inch hand-forged scroll, which was welded to the back side of the post and base plate.

After fabrication, the wrought-iron rails were blasted, then powder coated with a zinc-based primer and 2 coats of black, exterior semi-gloss. After 100 percent quality inspection we then installed the railings at the residential site. To learn more about our custom fabrication and other projects, please contact Quality Welding.

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Custom Architectural Wrought Iron Railing Project Highlights

Product DescriptionThis architectural wrought iron railing was custom fabricated for a residential location in Connecticut.
Capabilities Applied/ProcessesCutting
Bending
Forming
Welding
Installation
  • Core Drilled 1" x 3" Deep Holes
Overall Railing Dimensions Components:
Cover Molding: 2 ¼" Cover Molding Steel Bar: 1 ½" x ¾"
Middle & Bottom Rail Steel Bar: 1 ¼" x ¾"
Custom Scroll: 10" Schedule 40 Pipe
Pickets: ¾" Square (Every Other Will be Twisted)
Post: 2 ½" x 2 ½" x ¼" Square Steel Tubing w/ Custom Made Cap & Sphere
End Base: 3 ½" x 3 ½" x ½" w/ 3" Long #7 Rebar Welded to Bottom for Installation
Middle Post Base Plate: 12 ½" x 3 ½" x ½" w/ Two #8 Rebar Welded to the Bottom to accommodate 1 ¼" x ¾" Hand Forged Scroll
Completed Project:
Length: 630 Linear Feet
Height: 31 ¼"
Material UsedWrought Iron
FinishBlasted & Powder Coated
  • Zinc Base Primer
  • Two Coats of Semi-Gloss Black
In process inspection performed100 % Inspection
Industry for UseResidential
Delivery LocationConnecticut
Standards MetShop Drawings Submitted for Architects Approval after Field Measurements are Verified
Product NameCustom wrought iron fabricated railing for residential application.


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