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Headroom mm
Mõõt >=  mm
Run mm
Mõõt >=  - mm
Rise mm
Mõõt >=  - mm
Effective width mm
Mõõt >=  mm
Stair formula mm
Mõõt >=  - mm

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    L-Shape

    stair

    L- shaped or 90 degree turn staircase

    Compared to I- and U-shaped stairs, L-shaped stairs are the most common. L-shaped stairs are the most compact in the solution and enable economical use of the building’s interior. L-shaped stairs are an important element of room interior design. Compared to I-shaped stairs, there are more options for different designs. More difficult to measure and install than an I-shaped staircase. Requires previous stair installation experience. L-shaped stairs are more expensive than I-shaped stairs, but cheaper than U-shaped stairs.
    L-shaped stairs can be solved as a fan shaped tread staircase or with a landing or a stair platform.

    A fan shaped tread staircase requires less interior space than a staircase with a landing. However, the space under the stairs is more spacious and has a greater use in the case of a staircase with a landing. The staircase with a landing provides an opportunity for a safer staircase solution and, if necessary, facilitates a rest stop for the user of the stairs when moving up the stairs. A fan shaped tread staircase allows the user with a normal health to move faster between floors. A staircase with a landing is easier to measure and install, it is cheaper than the equivalent fan shaped tread staircase. The fan shape tread staircase contributes to minimalist modern room design.
    When choosing the shape of the stairs, it is definitely worth consulting an architect, interior designer or STAIR24 specialists to find the most suitable solution.

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    Turn type

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    Landing

    Stringer

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    Riser

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    Open step

    Handrail and railing position

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    Handrail profile

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    No handrail

    Post profile

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    Trepi
    Materjalid ja viimistlus

    Treads, Handrails

    Wood

    Wood

    Oak

    Undoubtedly the most valuable wood species growing in the Northern Hemisphere. A very suitable material for products that require a decorative appearance and high mechanical strength. The natural tonality of the wood varies from gray-brown to dark brown.

    Wood

    Ash

    Like oak wood, belongs to the list of exclusive joinery wood. With an outstanding texture, the natural tonality of the wood can vary significantly (from white to dark brown).

    Wood

    Beech

    Joiner's wood with good mechanical strength, moderate price with a pink shade and little texture. In the case of stairs, a good choice for a product with an affordable price and resistant to mechanical impact

    Wood

    Pine

    Widely used construction and joiner’s wood in the Nordic countries. With a beautiful texture, but significantly changing tone under the influence of UV radiation. Affordable staircase material. Susceptible to mechanical impact (it is recommended to avoid the use of outdoor footwear on stairs, as well as a significant risk of nail marks in the case of pets).

    Finishing

    Finishing

    Without finishing

    Finishing

    Lacquer

    Finishing

    White stain 008-S + Lacquer

    Finishing

    White stain 010-S + Lacquer

    Finishing

    Brown stain 018 + Lacquer

    Finishing

    Brown stain 2755-S + Lacquer

    Finishing

    Black stain 888-S + Lacquer

    Finishing

    White paint RAL 9010

    Wood range

    Wood range

    Premium

    Lamella without finger joints, selected material with a uniform tone, the more visible side of which is class A and the other side is class B.

    Lamella without finger joints, knotless.

    Lamella without finger joints, selected material with a uniform tone, the more visible side of which is class A and the other side is class B.

    Wood range

    Natural

    Knotty lamella without finger jointing.

    Wood range

    Smart

    Finger-jointed lamella, selected material with a uniform tone, the more visible side of which is class A and the other side is class B.

    Finger-jointed knotless lamella.

    Finger-jointed lamella, selected material with a uniform tone, the more visible side of which is class A and the other side is class B.

    Finger-jointed lamella, small knots.

    Wood range

    Economy

    Finger-jointed lamella, includes branches, in the same piece there is both light and dark wood, the more visible side of which is class B and the other side is class C.

    Finger-jointed lamella, includes branches, in the same piece there is both light and dark wood, the more visible side of which is class B and the other side is class C.

    Finger-jointed knotty lamella.

    Stringers, posts, balusters, risers

    Wood

    Wood

    Oak

    Undoubtedly the most valuable wood species growing in the Northern Hemisphere. A very suitable material for products that require a decorative appearance and high mechanical strength. The natural tonality of the wood varies from gray-brown to dark brown.

    Wood

    Ash

    Like oak wood, belongs to the list of exclusive joinery wood. With an outstanding texture, the natural tonality of the wood can vary significantly (from white to dark brown).

    Wood

    Beech

    Joiner's wood with good mechanical strength, moderate price with a pink shade and little texture. In the case of stairs, a good choice for a product with an affordable price and resistant to mechanical impact

    Wood

    Pine

    Widely used construction and joiner’s wood in the Nordic countries. With a beautiful texture, but significantly changing tone under the influence of UV radiation. Affordable staircase material. Susceptible to mechanical impact (it is recommended to avoid the use of outdoor footwear on stairs, as well as a significant risk of nail marks in the case of pets).

    Finishing

    Finishing

    Without finishing

    Finishing

    Lacquer

    Finishing

    White stain 008-S + Lacquer

    Finishing

    White stain 010-S + Lacquer

    Finishing

    Brown stain 018 + Lacquer

    Finishing

    Brown stain 2755-S + Lacquer

    Finishing

    Black stain 888-S + Lacquer

    Finishing

    White paint RAL 9010

    Finishing

    Black paint RAL 9005

    Wood range

    Wood range

    Premium

    Lamella without finger joints, selected material with a uniform tone, the more visible side of which is class A and the other side is class B.

    Lamella without finger joints, knotless.

    Lamella without finger joints, selected material with a uniform tone, the more visible side of which is class A and the other side is class B.

    Wood range

    Natural

    Knotty lamella without finger jointing.

    Wood range

    Smart

    Finger-jointed lamella, selected material with a uniform tone, the more visible side of which is class A and the other side is class B.

    Sõrmjätkatud oksavaba lamell.

    Finger-jointed lamella, selected material with a uniform tone, the more visible side of which is class A and the other side is class B.

    Finger-jointed lamella, small knots.

    Wood range

    Economy

    Finger-jointed lamella, includes branches, in the same piece there is both light and dark wood, the more visible side of which is class B and the other side is class C.

    Finger-jointed lamella, includes branches, in the same piece there is both light and dark wood, the more visible side of which is class B and the other side is class C.

    Finger-jointed knotty lamella.

    Trepiava kuju

    UP

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    Well hole sizes

    Well hole height measurements

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    Ceiling thickness C

    Floor to floor height H

    2700 mm H = 300 mm C =
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    Well hole opening measurements

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    Opening side W1

    Opening side W2

    UP 2700 mm W2 = 2359 mm W1 =
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    Gap -mm
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