The Panther Stair Nosing range is a bendable Stair Nosing that suits any staircase. Manufactured from 6061 T6 aluminium, this cement compound infill product is compliant with all Australian and New Zealand Safety Standards.
Send your radius of the stair edge and we do the rest for curved Stair Nosing.
We normally design a radial type design for curved installations.
Panther varieties of stair edging and other products The finish is subject mainly to the floor/stair surface consistency. If the surface is inconsistent, the product may replicate this.
In addition, this product is hand-made and based on drawings/specifications we receive. We do not guarantee perfection.
The infill is further subject to the circumstances of the day of installation such as temperature, humidity, the skill of hand, the colour of the insert, lighting, other trades interference, delays, and the like.
The normal width of the Stair Nosing (70mm) has a tolerance of +/- 7 mm. However, this is governed by the surface applied to (the front edge of the stair).
We do not guarantee smooth surfaces or consistent lines. It may not suit front-of-house architectural aesthetic requirements.
We do not accept issues with the finished look as a defect. However, we aim to create the best finish possible on the first application as we take pride in what we do and always looking to improve our methods.
Optional Panther Nosing Available:
CCRG 10 LIP OFF ON CARPET AND TILE
Minimum Radius: 900mm
PVC or Panther Insert
CCRG 10 RAMP OFF LIP OFF
Minimum Radius: 600mm
Panther Insert Only
Rebate or Flush Finish
CCRG 10 RAMP ON/LIP ON FOR HARD SURFACE
Minimum radius: 1800mm
PVC or Panther Insert
- Lip On – For Carpet Installation
- CCRG Lip On Ramp On For tiles, Concrete & Hard Surfaces
- CCRG Lip Off For Recess Applications
- CCRG 10mm Lip On – For Carpet Installation
Installation drawing of CCRG on carpets
If requested screw holes will be predrilled and countersunk. If you wish to cover up these screws for better aesthetics we will send a jar of insert paste. You will need a spatula cloth and water to patch holes like patching house wall plaster type work. However, the finish you leave is generally what you keep. Practice elsewhere if well done patch-up holes will not be noticed by the general untrained eye. If there is dust and dirt around the wet patch may collect this dirt and end up showing a spot.