We wish to reassure our customers we remain fully open. Canal Engineering are committed to ensure all projects are delivered on time and to the highest standard. We continue to follow all relevant official guidance, with measures in place to protect our employees, suppliers and customers.


Bump Rails

Stainless Steel Bump Rails are used to add protection to wall kerbing, buildings, machinery or vulnerable fixtures.

The Stainless Steel Bump Rails are suitable for hygienic environments as it is manufactured from grade 304 stainless steel (British Standard 304S31, Euronorm 1.4301). The bump rail can also be manufactured in grade 316 stainless steel (British Standard 316S31, Euronorm 1.4401).

The standard Aspen bump rail is available in 3 sizes with a 3mm stainless steel wall thickness;

  • 48mm
  • 60mm
  • 73mm
  • 100mm

There are 3 fixing methods to choose from depending on your environment:

  • Plate Fixed (4mm stainless steel base plate)
  • Core Drilled

Rail options:

  • Top rail
  • Mid rail
  • Twin mid rails

Finishes:

  1. Top rail polished and left as laid, all other elements left as laid *
  2. Top rail ground and polished, all other connections polished and left as laid **
  3. Top rail ground and polished, all other connections ground and polished ***

Barrier Rail

The bump rail is a versatile product, which can be manufactured to any height, with a recommended minimum height of 270mm. Often low level hump rail is sufficient, however for areas where trolleys, mobile racking and other vehicles are manoeuvring, high level bump rails are usually recommended.

Photo: Bespoke stainless steel high level bump rail manufactured from square tubing.

Aspen-bump-rail-technical-datasheet: bump rail datasheet

Aspen-barriers-technical-datasheet: barriers datasheet

Call us Today

To discuss your bespoke requirements on your next project and to receive expert advice, please contact the Aspen Stainless Team; you’ll be glad you did!

Call: +44 (0) 115 986 6321 or Email Us
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.