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CRL introduces new catalogue

March 1, 2011  By administrator


CRL introduces new catalogue
CRL’s new full colour, 552-page architectural railings catalogue, CRL63R, is now available online.

March 1, 2011 – CRL’s new full colour, 552-page architectural railings catalogue, CRL63R, is now available online at

“Our railing line has increased so dramatically that we decided to create a master catalogue dedicated exclusively to railing hardware,” says Chris Hanstad, brand manager of CRL’s architectural railing division. “In the past, our railing products were featured in our architectural hardware catalogue, but with such an expansive railing line, it soon became apparent that we needed to create a separate catalog for our customers. A new CRL63A will be published soon, featuring all the architectural hardware, except railings.”

The CRL63R catalogue features glass railings and balustrades, CRL’s proprietary Taper-Loc rail systems, cap, aluminum and hand railing systems, welded and post railings, swinging gate systems, glass walls and windscreens, plus tools and accessories for installation. Many new components and fittings for CRL’s different railing systems have been added, as well as a variety of CRL-Blumcraft products.

Hanstad explains, “Blumcraft railing systems have been installed in some of the most prestigious buildings throughout the world, and we’re proud to have Blumcraft as part of the CRL family of companies. We are currently manufacturing CRL-Blumcraft products at our Los Angeles facility, including hand railing, smoke baffle and glass gate systems. These are all included in the CRL63R catalogue.”

“This extensive catalogue includes all the information required to select the perfect railing system for a particular project, and our technical sales department is ready to assist with suggestions, guidance, or alternate designs. Most of the featured products can also be custom manufactured by CRL,” Hanstad says.

For additional information, visit the company’s web site at

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