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Bump Rail

Bump Rail wall protection systems for health and aged care facilities. Also referred to as Crash Rails they provide a stylish finish with practical benefits of avoiding wall damage when moving beds around corridors.

How to choose your Intrim Bump Rail System?

There are 4 different Bump Rail profiles to choose from BR01, BR02 and BR03 are apart of the traditional Bump Rail System. BR04 is our ready to install, hidden fixing Bump Rail System. See below which option is best suited for you.

BR04 Bump Rail System

The BR04 Bump Rail System is a natural Oak timber wall protection system which is delivered to site, ready to go on the wall. It can be used as a base rail with the IHR10 Handrail System or as a dual rail with both a mid and base rail for wall protection only. Finished with 3 layers of a hard wearing coating makes for a durable, resilient handrail and wall protection system, with a unique secret fixing system for ease and speed of installation.

The NEW BR04 end is a stainless steel end plate that provides protection to the end of the bump rail.

See for yourself the difference in installation time with this time comparison video.Ā  BR04 ready-to-install vs the traditional bump rail system.

https://youtu.be/40ttoDpJ0Q0

Traditional Bump Rail System

The traditional Bump Rail System includes the BR01, BR02 and BR03 profiles. Installation involves space fixed plugs with dowel, noggins spaced evenly in wall and a clear coat applied to the rail after it has been installed.

 

BR01 has a wide break in the profile allowing for a simple clean line to add definition. Available in 185mm wide andĀ  18mm, 25mm, 30mm, 40mm thick. BR01 185x40mm VIC ASH
BR02 is a thick simple profile with soft curves around the edges so as not to create a sharp line. Available in 66mm, 90mm, 115mm, 135mm, 185mm, 230mm, 285mm wide and 18mm, 25mm, 30mm and 40mm thick. BR02 90x25mm Vic Ash
BR03 is another broad profile which is slightly sharper and more defined than the above. It is a popular profile in hospitals for itā€™s simple style. Available in 66mm, 90mm, 115mm, 135mm, 185mm, 230mm, 285mm wide and 18mm, 25mm, 30mm, 40mm thick. BR03 135x25 Vic Ash

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Why choose Intrim BR04 Bump Rail?

A superior wall protection system that creates a warm, residential feel for aged care, health and commercial applications. The Intrim BR04 Bump Rail System is a natural Victorian Ash timber wall protection system which is delivered to site ready to go on the wall. Finished with 3 layers of a hard wearing coating makes for a durable, resilient handrail and wall protection system, with a unique secret fixing system for ease and speed of installation.

Why would I use the Intrim BR04 Bump Rail System over competitor options?

The 4 reasons that make IntrimĀ  BR04 Bump Rail system the ideal choice for your next project.

  1. Time saving of 407% on site as BR04 crash rail is delivered to site, cut to length, and ready to go on the wall with our unique concealed fix system.
  2. Pre-finished with a triple layer of hard wearing, durable coating prior to delivery therefore eliminating coating on site and problems associated with a wet trade.
  3. Cost saving of 35% as sanding and coating are completed through our high speed coating line rather than manual application on site.
  4. Project completion shortened as elimination of on-site coating can sometimes save days or weeks of time on larger projects.

Is the BR04 Bump Rail System suitable for health and aged care facilities?

Yes, in hospitals and aged cares where there is a lot of traffic Bump Rails are an important component to have. The BR04 Bump Rail system has been installed in many aged care facilities and hospitals providing adequate protection from knocks and bumps to the wall from beds, wheelchairs and other forms of wheeled traffic.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do Crash Rail and Bump Rail mean the same thing?

Yes! Crash Rail or Bump Rail are different names for the same thing. They both refer to a timber wall protection system that absorbs impacts keeping your wall safely intact. Other names for a bump or crash rail include bumper rails, bumper guards or wall guards.

When do I install the BR04 crash rail?

We recommend installing the bump rails at the very last stage of the project. It will be easier as that way the painter does not have to deal with covering up the bump rails or accidentally splattering them with paint. Any minor mistakes that could be made with screws or missing studs would be hidden by the secret fix baton. If the product gets damaged, we have a warranty although this does not cover general wear and tear. If the damage is minor, we would coat over or replace the length if required. The paint we recommend using is the Cabots Cabothane clear water base which you can get from your local hardware store.

Why do you use Vic Ash timber on Intrim Bump Rail?

Victoria Ash is an Australian hardwood manufactured from high quality materials which is easy to install and light in colour, allowing for the option of darker staining. We only use select grade Vic Ash which eliminates any bad knots. As it is a natural product there will be slight variations in colour which is to be expected. We choose to use Vic Ash for several reasons. The uncertainty of supply with other hardwoods is not a concern as Vic Ash can be readily sourced in Australia providing greater certainty on lead times for our clients projects. It also provides a superior finish as it machines a lot better than other hardwoods resulting in a smooth finish, which is preferable for a handrail product. Vic Ash is also at a cost effective price point when compared to other hardwoods, and with price pressures on all projects, we aim to supply the best solution in terms of price and a quality finish.

What is the largest length of Bump Rail you provide?

3.7 metres long. We recommend to have a 50mm gap between lengths of bump rail if greater than 3.7 metres.

What height should your Bump Rail be?

You can go with any suitable height you want for your application but generally we recommend 900 millimetres - 1 metre. If you are installing two different heights of bump rail we recommend the bottom rail to be 300mm from the top bump rail.

What happens after you place your Bump Rail order?

Once order has been placed, we will need an exact site measured cutting list which will need to be provided by your team. We wonā€™t proceed until we have your cutting list. We will then create a quote to align with the cutting list and then send through approval with attached drawing profile.Ā  Once that is approved it will go into manufacturing. Lead time starts once the updated order has been approved. We do estimate at earlier changes but if there are any changes once the cutting list comes through the lead time canā€™t change. If the wall is longer than the length of timber beyond 3.7 metres long, we will split the lengths up into even sections running with a 50mm gap. Usually, will split the wall accordingly. The timber is supplied to us in random lengths between 1.5 to 4 metres. So, anything from 3.7 metre lengths is few and far between. So, we allow them to be split and just need the customer to give us the lengths and we will work it out.

What materials are needed to install the BR04 bump rail?

99% of all materials are included in the BR04 Bump Rail System. The only thing you will need are screws to suit your substrate.

Why do hospital and aged care architects and interior designers care about salutogenesis and biophilic design?

They tend to favour salutogenesis and biophilic design which support health and wellbeing. Timber being a natural material, aids in achieving such interior design appeal with more traditional and simple styles working perfectly in a functioning space.

Do you provide a product warranty?

We have a warranty and maintenance schedule plus a data sheet which we send towards the end of the project to personalise it with your companies details. This allows you to include it with your other warranties for the job when you hand it over to your client.

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