Marine applications of stainless steel have traditionally relied on the material’s corrosion resistance and strength. But when it comes to marine rescue vessels, safety is also a top priority.
Southport’s Volunteer Marine Rescue (VMR) is currently trialling an Australian innovation designed to enhance safety.
The Klein Architectural Grip (KAG) Rail, developed by ASSDA Accredited Fabricator Klein Architectural (Slacks Creek, Queensland), has permanent swages and ridges that fit the shape of a closed hand.
The ‘non-slip’ rail was originally designed for the industrial marine sector, where rails and workers’ hands are often wet and