The Gatic Parade range of stainless steel and aluminium access covers is designed to be much easier on the eye and yet, just as robust as our better known ductile iron covers. The Parade range is available in single, duct, trench and multi-span configurations, making it both attractive and versatile.
The Parade range is available in single, duct, trench and multi-span configurations, making it both attractive and versatile.
Indoor and outdoor applications
Weather resistant construction in aluminium or stainless steel means that Parade access covers are a practical choice for both internal and external use, where regular but discrete access to concealed services is required, with the minimum of visual disruption.
- Hospitals and other hygiene sensitive environments
- Shopping centres
- Car showrooms
- Commercial buildings
- Educational establishments
- Civic and public buildings with areas of heavy pedestrian traffic
- Railway stations and airport terminals
- Storage areas and courtyards, subject to light vehicular traffic
- Athletic centres and sports stadia
Gatic Parade offers the architect or designer a convenient means of ensuring effective access wherever required, without compromising the overall visual integrity and style of the project. Attractive features and options Building on the natural attractiveness of their stainless steel and aluminium framework, Parade access covers are conceived as a means of seamlessly integrating access with the textures and materials specified for the environment into which they are fitted.
Covers can either be hinged or lift-out, with the aid of custom engineered lifting keys. Installation is straight forward and requires the minimum of disruption. All parts are finished or fabricated in house, to our exacting standards for both function and finish.
Designed to disappear
Parade access covers are designed to blend into the background as far as possible and, to this end, they come with options to accommodate decorative surfaces from lino, a few millimetres thick, to granite that could be several centimetres deep. The range of possible surfaces that can be used is extensive and well considered and the covers provide special design features, where appropriate, to cope with requirements particular to the specific materials involved.