The Wagner Companies Adds Type 316 Stainless Steel Glass Cap Rail to Product Offerings


Type 316 Stainless Steel Produces Better Corrosion Resistance.

Milwaukee, WI - The Wagner Companies has added Type 316 Stainless Steel Cap Rail to their offerings of Glass Railing and Lumenrail® Lighted Railing products.

Available in 1.660" and 1.900" outside diameter, these stainless steel tube sections have no visible seam. They may be used with ½" glass, Wagnerail(TM) Panels, or Wagner's Lumenrail® LED Light Stick. These railing sections are stocked in 18 foot lengths and are available with mill, satin or polished finishes.

Stainless steel is manufactured in various formats and can sometimes be selected to perform better in certain environments or applications. Type 316 is for use in severe environments that require a high level of resistance to corrosion including the marine environment

For copies of The Wagner Companies 2009 catalog or information on any products or services, go to www.wagnercompanies.com or contact The Wagner Companies at (888) 243-6914, P.O. Box 423 Butler, WI 53007-0423. E-mail requests should be directed to getcatalog@mailwagner.com.

The Wagner Companies has been in the metal business since 1850 as a manufacturer of handrail fittings and metal products for architectural and industrial applications. The Wagner Companies is made up of R & B Wagner, Inc. and The J. G. Braun Company. The main product lines include: Architectural Catalog, Architectural Custom and Industrial Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) products. Wagner offers laser, water jet, bending, stamping and finishing capabilities as well as engineering assistance. Wagner has a large inventory of raw materials and over 7,800 stock items in steel, brass, bronze, aluminum, and stainless steel.

The Wagner Companies
10600 W Brown Deer Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53224
Phone: 888-243-6914

Contact: Heidi Bischmann
The Wagner Companies
P.O. Box 423
Butler WI 53007-0423
Phone: (414) 214-8383
Fax: (414) 214-8324
hbischmann@mailwagner.com
www.wagnercompanies.com

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