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Fe26 Iron Railing

Level Pre-Welded Fe26 Iron Railing Panel with Advanced Coating Technology

(Shown: Fe26 Iron Railing Level Panels with 2" post, 2" Pressed Dome Caps and Universal Brackets)

Iron Made. Fortress™ Strong.

Fortress™ Railing Products Fe26 Iron Railing is a pre-welded, easily customized and enhanced version of traditional wrought iron railing that brings unparalleled quality to any patio, deck or balcony.

It provides a clean, classic appearance that is versatile for a variety of applications and surfaces. Pre-galvanized steel, zinc phosphate, e-coat and premium powder coating make it the most elegant and durable iron railing system on the market.

Features & Benefits

  • Pre-welded panels with patent-pending bracket system
  • FortressShield Coated utilizing the automotive coating process to resist rust and corrosion
  • Many customization options to choose from
  • Use with wood, composite, vinyl or Fortress™ Railing Products iron posts
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Fortress™ Railing Products Fe26 Panels are tested in accordance with AC273 & OBC/NBCC

Virtually Maintenance Free

Fortress™ Railing Products Iron Railing is virtually maintenance free, which translates into more time enjoying your fortress and less time maintaining it! We coat our products with durable, multi-layered anti-corrosion coating technology adopted from the high-end automotive industry, which translates into virtually maintenance free and long lasting railing products.

Premium Finish

Fortress™ Railing Products Fe26 is available in 3 premium textured finishes to provide you with even more ways to customize your railing to your unique design aesthetic. And these finishes offer more than just style—each one is engineered to withstand the elements.

Gloss Black

Antique Bronze

Black Sand

Code Compliance

CCRR

Intertek's ANSI-accredited ETL-listed mark provides the evidence, technical information, and professional evaluation that a building official relies upon to determine that a product, component, or method complies with international building codes. This means that our products have been:

  • Tested and evaluated for conformance to building code requirements
  • Manufactured under a recognized and approved quality control system
  • Conforms on an ongoing basis via unannounced inspections by a qualified independent agency

Code Testing

Fortress™ Railing Products is committed to rigorous, continual code testing, so you can feel secure that your railing will withstand the toughest elements.

Type IRC IBC NBCC OBC ABC BCBC
Fe26 Traditional Panels (up to 8' panels) with Fe26 Universal Brackets and Fe26 Posts      
Fe26 Traditional Panels (up to 8' panels) with Fe26 Universal Brackets and Wood Posts      
Fe26 Traditional Panels (up to 8' panels) with Fe26 Collar Brackets and Fe26 Posts    
Fe26 Traditional Panels (up to 8' panels) with Fe26 Collar Brackets and Wood Posts      
Fe26 Posts (2' and 3") Stand-Alone Posts Test (200 lb force)      


It is the responsibility of the installer to meet all code and safety requirements, and to obtain all required documentation for building permits. The deck and railing installer should determine and implement appropriate installation techniques for each installation situation. The installer should ensure all testing documentation satisfactorily complies with the local authority having jurisdiction. The Fortress Company, Fortress Railing Products nor its distributors shall be held liable for improper or unsafe installations.

ICC — International Code Council
AC273 — Acceptance Criteria for Handrails and Guards (Railing)
USA
IRC (International Residential Code) — Single Family 1&2 Story Dwelling (ICC-ES AC273)
IBC (International building code) — All-Use Groups (Commercial / Multi-Family) (ICC-ES AC273)
Canada
OBC (Ontario Building Code) — Guards serving not more than 2 Dwelling Units
ABC (Alberta Building Code) — Guards serving not more than 2 Dwelling Units
NBCC (National Building Code of Canada) — Guards serving not more than 2 Dwelling Units
BCBC (Building Code of British Columbia) — Guards serving not more than 2 Dwelling Units