Child safety list
In an open staircase (without risers), a strip is mounted under each step to prevent children from getting through and getting stuck. Abbreviated b-list.
In the context of stairs, the joist refers to the visible edge of the opening between the floors.
The cladding of the opening should be carried out and planned at the same time as the staircase. On the one hand, the cladding affects the opening dimensions, and on the other hand the cladding can be manufactured so that it matches the stairs.
Floor joist opening
The opening between the floors where the stairs are located.
The bottom step of the stairs has been made slightly wider than the others to give a more inviting feel.
Refers to a wall piece that is not mounted against a wall.
A staircase that, viewed from below, bends to the right is called a right-hand turn.
Usually refers to the railing in an inside turn.
Inner wing piece
Refers to the wing piece in the inside bend, usually hanging freely but not always.
The supervisor that is mounted on the railing posts. Designated as HL followed by a number that describes the profile.
Another name for the sticks (slats) in the railing. Designated as RS followed by a number that describes the design.
The rule that the railing posts stand on.
Side wing piece
See wing piece
The front edge of the flat steps can be manufactured with different profiles.
The stronger sticks that begin, end and are mounted in any corners of the stairs. Designated as ST followed by a number that describes the design
The vertical board between the landings of a tight staircase.
Refers to a staircase with vertical boards (steps) between the flat steps.
Wing piece where the ladder is attached on top of the wing.
See railing support.
Handrails that are mounted on the wall on stairs with one side running along a wall. Designated as HL followed by a number that describes the profile.
Vang / Vangpiece
The piece of wood that the ladder is attached to (or on top of). Handrails are completely missing on some stairs.
A staircase that bends to the left when viewed from below is called a left turn.
Outer flange / Outer flange piece
Refers to the wing piece in the outer turn. Is often (but not always!) mounted on a wall.
Outer edge rail
The railing in the outer turn.
Round wall guides can be finished with a turned knob.