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Guldmann GH3 Rail Types

Specially designed to tackle particular spans and lifting weights.



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GH3 rails: A, B and C

GH3 rails

There are 3 different types of GH3 rails: A, B and C each specially designed to tackle particular spans and lifting weights. Combining these appropriately makes installation a quick, easy process.

The rails can be installed on the ceiling, on the walls, on floor-mounted brackets or any combination of these. The unsupported span can be as much as 8 metres wide, depending on the combination of rail types specified and what weight the system must be capable of bearing.

This means that installing the rails need not affect the layout of the room, and in most cases it will be possible to position furniture wherever you like.

The rails are available with special liners for charging the lifting module (GH3) automatically, regardless of where the module is placed in the rail system.

Guldmann rail systems are designed to allow the lifting module to be moved silently and with a minimum of friction so that it can be repositioned with a minimum of effort.

In rooms with suspended ceilings, it is a good idea to integrate the rails into the ceiling itself so that only the underside is visible. This applies to both single rails and room covering systems. A-rails are often the best choice for single rail systems, as the curves (30°, 45°, 60° and 90°), switch tracks and turntables are the same height as the rails themselves.

The traverse rail can be hung between the supporting rails or under the supporting rails. The modular design of the rails makes it possible to alter and expand the rail systems as required.

All ABC rails are made of anodised aluminium, which is extremely resistant to corrosion. The rails are therefore ideal for use in wet rooms and humid environments.



GH3 Rail Curves

GH3 Rail Curves


30°, 45°, 60°, 90°


email Click here to enquire about the GH3 Rail System – Rail Curves.



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