Alsysco Balustrades

Alsysco aluminium balustrades are both sturdy and elegant in design, making them the contemporary choice for areas around the pool, balconies and staircases. These railings are also corrosion resistant which means they will last significantly longer and require low maintenance.

Alsysco aluminium balustrades are PERFECT FOR:
Balconies & Patios
Living Spaces
Office Spaces


The modular construction is adaptable and will therefore fit most budgets. Choose Alsysco for reliable quality as well as superior functionality.

Safety Tested

Alsysco aluminium balustrades are fully compliant with South African building regulations, giving you peace of mind that they will secure the space where they are installed.

Modern Design

Alsysco's contemporary balustrade systems are available in a range of colours and finishes to suit your indoor or outdoor space.

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Balustrade Resources

Stay compliant and informed with Alsysco! We’ve created a handy summary of relevant SANS codes for balustrades and handrails, available for download on our website.

This free resource makes it easy for you to:

✅ Understand key requirements for safe and compliant installations.

✅ Ensure your projects meet all necessary safety standards.

✅ Adhere to Alsysco’s Quality Control Processes.

Alsysco Accredited Fabricators

Our Accredited Fabricators have completed Alsysco training and are qualified to install our systems according to our strict quality standards. We partner with fabricators nationwide to make Alsysco as accessible as possible to you.

Balustrades FAQ

If the drop-off is greater than 750mm, a balustrade must be installed at a minimum height of 1000mm above the finished floor level.

No, by law any drop-off greater than 750mm requires a balustrade to be installed.

No, there should be no gaps in a balustrade system that allow the passage of a 100mm diameter ball.

Yes, provided the system has been designed and tested by a qualified structural engineer and complies with all relevant SANS Codes.

Yes, provided all four sides of each panel are fully framed and the system has been tested by a qualified structural engineer.

The selection of the correct grade of stainless is vital, along with a routine cleaning and maintenance schedule.

There are a lot of unscrupulous operators who offer thinner material, sub-standard quality and no certification of compliance.

All balustrade installations must pass a line load, point load and a soft body impact test on glass panels.

Yes, blanket compliance is not possible as every installation must be tested and signed off by following SANS Codes.

Yes, a registered qualified structural engineer can do testing by calculations.

Absolutely, correctly designed, installed and powder-coated aluminium is an ideal balustrade material.

Yes, but that is a small part of the Code, but they must also comply with SANS 10160, SABS 0104, SANS 10137 & SANS 1263

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