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The smart and versatile way to achieve paved balconies. Paving rail sits perpendicular to balcony joist, providing totally stable support for paving tiles. Patent-pending, application number GB2100210.0.
*Valid when used as part of a complete RYNO IGNO system
A complete range of stunning Ryno finishes is available with various thicknesses of tile to account for increased foot traffic and loading.
Our stylish & newly expanded range of pavers is inspired by nature and designed to complement the aesthetics of any interior & exterior design.
Each is hard-wearing and ultra-durable, with excellent slip resistance.
Placed between the system and balcony steels. In the unlikely event of tile breakage, membrane provides complete safety and fall restraint for balcony user and eliminates risk of falling debris.
Aluminium top rails provide complete support for the paving. They can be cut and laid at any centre interval, to cater for varied paving course widths. Rails feature an integrated 2mm shock-absorbent gasket, a channel for the paving spacers to lock into, and side flanges for robust fixing into the primary rail.
Paving spacers twist into top rail to ensure equal spacing of slabs and no movement.
Paving stops hold paving in place to ensure no movement because of foot traffic. They fix into the top rail around the perimeter of paving area.
Cross-spacers, t-spacers, and straight-spacers are available to achieve a wide range of paving formats and consistent spacing between slabs, with 2 or 4mm spacer thickness options. Spacers lock into place in the top rail with a simple twist action.
As always with Ryno systems, options are available to keep the system as efficient as possible. Rails come as standard in 27mm depth, but where existing balcony steels are set at more than 600mm apart, a 62mm version is available to double the span capability all the way up to 1200mmm.
A simple but effective addition to a paving area. The edge spring clip fits on top of paving supports around the periphery of paved areas to ensure uniform spacing against wall abutments, helping ensure rapid drainage. The spring mechanism tensions the tile bed, counteracting creepage and movement.