The free-standing showcase with frieze is made in accordance with the Ipi-2 guidelines for permanent signage for passenger railway stations.
The showcase consists of a hot-dip-galvanized steel frame, aluminum external elements and exhibition panels.
It is powder-coated and additionally protected with an anti-graffiti coating.
The back of the showcase is made from steel, and the front – from tempered safety glass (5 mm thick).
The showcases are available as free-standing or wall-mounted units, single- or double-sided, and with one, two or three panels.
Optionally, they can be equipped with LED lighting, magnets, snap strips and a bar for visually impaired people.
The showcases can be used to display information both indoors and outdoors.
Information (e.g. timetable posters, announcements and other messages) can be placed inside the showcases using magnets.
The panels are even and smooth; the doors are equipped with hidden hinges and patent locks.
The showcases can be found at passenger railway stations and stops, airports, metro stations, shopping malls, schools, administration offices, public transport stops etc.
They meet the requirements of PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe SA, the Polish railway infrastructure manager.
The signs are made in accordance with the Ipi-2 guidelines for permanent signage for passenger railway stations.
The front of the sign is made from aluminum sheet with a thickness of 3 mm. The graphics are painted or made from adhesive film with an 8-year warranty. The steel elements are galvanized and powder-coated.
The signs can be equipped with various kinds of mounts (free-standing, suspended, wall-mounted, for shelters and light poles).
We also manufacture box-style signs (with folded edges).
Signs are a basic information and traffic management tool. They indicate entrances and exits, ways in and out, as well as important information about relevant buildings, directions and locations.
Signs are an indispensable part of every passenger railway station and stop, airport, metro station, hotel, shopping mall, school, administration office, street, residential building, public transport stop etc.
A public transport shelter is an outdoor site furnishing element. Equipped with seats, it serves passengers of transport services.
The shelter is made from materials intended for use in public utility facilities, with technical parameters that ensure their fitness for this application. This includes materials that are highly resistant to mechanical and weather damage, as well as a design allowing the surface to be partly repaired and individual elements to be replaced.
The shelter can be grounded to the rails. It has an openwork design made from closed, rounded-edge steel profiles with a corrosion-resistant coating, which makes it easier to keep clean.
The bench shelter is equipped with:
• an ergonomic bench with wooden seat and backrest and an armrest on either side and
• a leaning rail allowing passengers to rest while standing up.
The wooden elements are coated to ensure protection from weather conditions for at least 5 years.
The transparent side walls can be made from flame-retardant polycarbonate, sheet metal or tempered glass. The transparent surfaces have a vertical stripe pattern that is visible to birds, minimizing the risk of them colliding with the shelter. The surface of the shelter is uniform and non-porous, which makes it easy to maintain and clean. The roof can be made from polycarbonate, composite or trapezoidal sheet.
The shelter complies with the Ipi-1 architectural guidelines for railway passenger service stations.
The benches are made in accordance with the Ipi-1 architectural guidelines for railway passenger service stations.
The benches are ergonomically shaped and can be bolted to the ground or embedded in concrete.
They are made from galvanized steel, which can be powder-coated in any RAL color.
The seat and backrest are made from deciduous wood that has been impregnated, painted and coated with a weather-resistant varnish. These coatings ensure that the product will last for many years. The color of the wood is adapted to the manufacturer’s palette.
The bench can be equipped with extra armrests or a luggage area.
The container is entirely made from plastic, including the fasteners (hinges, screws made from special plastic), and complies with the Ipi-1 architectural guidelines for railway passenger service stations.
Anti-terrorism waste container with a hinged lid, supporting garbage bags with a capacity of about 78 liters
The container can be used in locations such as:
This free-standing, round, transparent waste container is made in accordance with the Ipi-1 architectural guidelines for railway passenger service stations. It consists of a hot-dip-galvanized, powder-coated steel frame and a transparent plastic insert. Made from PET, the surface of the container is uniform and easy to clean and maintain.
The container can be used in locations such as:
Meets the standards and requirements of PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe SA, the Polish railway infrastructure manager. Containers for waste sorting are also available (paper, glass, metal and plastic, biodegradable waste).
The bicycle stands are made in accordance with the Ipi-1 architectural guidelines for railway passenger service stations.
They have an inverted “U” shape with a horizontal bar. They can be made from stainless or galvanized steel, which can be powder-coated in any RAL color.
The stand is universal and practical, making it possible to put a lock on the bicycle frame.
It can be embedded in concrete or bolted to the ground using a metal flange.