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Railway Footbridge Cladding

Fire Rated Cladding and Façade Panels for Rail Footbridges and Platforms

Manufactured exclusively by Dura Composites to a patent-pending design with Class B fire rating, our footbridge cladding panels combine strength, durability and minimal maintenance allowing them to be used in a variety of footbridge applications either externally or internally as attractive panelling.

The composite panels are incredibly lightweight and meet the requirements of BS EN 13501, allowing for the footbridge parapets to be enclosed with less risk to passengers thanks to the Class B fire rating.

Attractive, woodgrain finish without the maintenance

Utilising the same composite material design as our market-leading station platform Dura Dagger Boards, the panels have an attractive woodgrain effect finish which mimics traditional timber detailing but is more robust and requires significantly less maintenance over time.

Lightweight, easy to install station cladding

The lightweight design means that the panels can be easily manually handled into position without the need for special lifting equipment and ensures that existing bridge structures can take the load of the wood-look composite cladding without the need for intervention at track level. The non-conductive Dura Composites material is long lasting and has an anticipated design life of sixty years, making it suitable for new build footbridges as well as footbridge refurbishments.

Versatile to suit various projects

Dura Composites railway footbridge cladding and façade panels are ideally suited to modular footbridge designs with differing span arrangements that can be modified for each unique location.

The material can also be used to replace worn timber soffit details under station canopies to give a modern clean look to the canopy whilst concealing the unsightly structure underneath. The lower weight nature of the composite means that panels can be quickly and easily removed if the substructure requires inspection or remedial works.

Click here for more information on our corresponding station canopy dagger boards.