Our steps and stairs have become an extremely popular alternative to the traditional structural or concrete stair. Manufactured from high tensile marine grade aluminium, the applications are endless - from the ground to the roof. We have a range of standard designs, right through to a full custom built projects. Their lightweight and easy fixing methods are ideal for rooftop applications including pipe bridges or step overs.
We also offer full design and manufacture for external stairs, fire escape stairs and general access stairs.
All components used in the construction of the stairs are non-corrosive, therefore eliminating the need for costly protective coatings, especially critical in the coastal environs of New Zealand.
MonkeyToe Stairs are directed towards commercial and industrial applications where durability, safety and weight are critical considerations. The system is very versatile and can be configured to suit most applications.
|42 Degree Stair System||Excellent for use where a high volume of service traffic is required or service staff are generally carrying tools and equipment so are not able to climb a vertical or 70 deg ladder.|
|42 Degree Stair Towers||MonkeyToe provides stair tower options where unsupported access to upper levels is required. Stair towers are modular in design with simple bolt-up features.|
|65 Degree Stair System||MonkeyToe 65-70o Stairs provide access to those hard-to-get-to areas, over pipes, up to valves and over parapets, or fire escape stairs, whatever your need may be. The MonkeyToe system uses standard designs but can be customised to your specific requirements.|
|Small stair with landing|
|Step overs/stiles - no handrails||Excellent for use in plant rooms or roof areas where access over ducts and pipes are required but height is not such that handrails are required.. Often used where parapet walls need to be traversed. Full handrails are supplied subject to heights. These systems are lightweight, durable and come in range of sizes from 200mm high to 2000mm. We can custom build these systems to your site requirements.|
|Steps||Small steps can be useful when a full stair is not required.|
|Step over/Stiles with handrails||Can be single or double handrail to suit the locations|
NZS/AS 1657:1992. AS/NZS1170; part 0, 2002; part 1, 2002; part 2, 2011; part 3, 2003; part 4, part 5 2005. Structural loadings.