Nystrom s complete line of roof hatch and safety products meet building codes fire and life safety requirements.
Roof hatch for sloped roof.
Bilco roof hatches provide safe and convenient access to roof areas by means of an interior ladder ship stair or service stair.
The heavy gauge materials used to manufacture this hatch are ideal for applications in banks prisons hospitals and more.
Type l roof hatch service stair access.
For ultimate corrosion resistance and outstanding exterior durability nystrom provides powder coat finish.
Acudor security roof hatches are designed to provide convenient economical access to the roof of a building while adding an additional level of security.
Nystrom roof hatches provide safe and convenient access to commercial building roof areas using interior ladders and stairs.
If the finished floor is not level the slope will impact the vertical height of the stair.
Babcock davis complete line of roof hatch and safety products meet building codes fire and life.
Babcock davis roof hatches provide safe and convenient access to commercial building roof areas using interior ladders and stairs.
Type l roof hatches 30 x 96 762mm x 2438mm are ideal for installations where frequent use may be expected.
They wanted the most economical roof hatch solution that had a low profile to match the roof slope.
Available in galvanized steel aluminum or stainless steel construction.
Bilco roof hatches have a reputation among architects engineers and the construction trades for dependability and for products that are unequaled in design and workmanship.
All products feature engineered lift assistance for easy one hand operation.
A variety of special sizes are also available to provide an accessible way to install or remove large pieces of equipment from a building.
For ultimate corrosion resistance and outstanding exterior durability babcock davis provides powder coat finish.
For roof hatches the height is measured from a where the top landing of the stair is flush with the finished surface of the roof to b the lower finished floor where the foot of the stair will be secured.