The Webforge Monowills Handrailing system is an economical, strong and simple form of handrailing. Specifically manufactured to suit Australian Standards and conditions, it is equally at home in industrial, commercial, municipal and general applications.
Because of its unique design, the Webforge Monowills System can be transported and erected quickly and economically in all applications. We can also manufacture to suit individual requirements.
Webforge can supply complete systems comprising stanchions, rails, bends, kickplates, grating and stair treads as required for any order.
Webforge Monowills Handrail Systems can be used in a multitude of applications including stairways, bridges, parking stations, schools, commercial premises, fire escapes, gangways, power stations, sewage treatment works and marinas.
They also meet the requirements of government departments and instrumentalities. Strategically located manufacturing centres and a strong distribution network throughout Australia and in Asia, New Zealand and China, mean that Webforge can give the best possible service to our customers.
The Webforge Group has in excess of 50 years experience as a specialist manufacturer of metal flooring and allied products to various national and international standards.
The company’s origins trace back to Western Australia when William Edward Bradshaw (WEB) commenced hand welded grating in Perth in the 1940’s. In 1968 Web Grating as it was then known purchased a grating welder and began providing the current range of forge welded style gratings we see today.
Expansion throughout the next 3 decades saw the company opening up operations in China, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and New Zealand as well as sales offices in the Middle East and Vietnam.
Today the core business remains access systems and is now complimented by Civil Products, Architectural Sunscreens, Safety Barrier, Engineering & Construction and Galvanizing Divisions. Webforge offers an engineering service in support of its product range, including design and installation of the economically appropriate system for a particular application.