The Clear Choice in Glass Railing Systems

Our PanelGrip® glass shoe railing system is a high-performing, aesthetically pleasing system that is faster to install and more cost-effective than other standard dry glaze glass railing options. Its unique, durable locking mechanism and specially designed, lighter weight aluminum base shoe moulding makes installation a breeze. With a no-post design and a glass infill system, it offers great sightlines, which maximizes light flow for a brighter, more appealing environment.

An innovative and modern glass railing system, PanelGrip® offers:

  • An ideal solution for guard, stair, ramp and balcony applications
  • A postless design offering great sight lines, maximizing light flow
  • A dry glaze system featuring unique, durable locking mechanisms
  • A non-weld, modular system requiring no special tools or training for proper installation
  • Base moulding that can be painted to match the existing application environment

ICC-ES Compliant Options Now Available!

We have achieved an ICC-ES Evaluation Report, ICC-ESR 3950, for our PanelGrip® Dry Glaze Glass Railing System. This report gives contractors, architects, engineers, and building officials peace of mind that our products meet building codes when the system is installed to the specifications outlined in the ICC-ES report.

The ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES) is a subsidiary of the International Code Council and the most widely accepted and trusted authority in performing technical evaluations for IBC compliance. The ICC-ES evaluation committee ensures codes across the US are addressed.

ICC-ES performs ongoing audits of our PanelGrip® system and manufacturing facility to ensure that products continue to comply with the latest codes. To meet the specifications of the report, the glass base shoe, mechanism, top rail, and sometimes handrail are required. For a variety of design aesthetic options, Wagner offers 11 bracket options and 14 top rail options that are ICC-ES approved for use with the PanelGrip® system.

The ICC-ES report should be used by the installer as an application guideline to ensure ICC-ES code compliance when installing the PanelGrip® system. Please contact our estimation department to take advantage of our consultative quoting services.

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