The Montreal classic spiral stairs flaunt varnished beech / oak steps ø110 and an elegant spiral staircase with a modern look and solid design. It has been developed for the customer with a taste for the Scandinavian design style, that would like to bestow a personal touch to their interior. These stairs are perfect for adapting the attic or as an entrance to the mezzanine. These stairs can easily be adapted to a small space and can be installed as free-standing with either a left or right turn. All metal elements are made of high-quality anthracite powder-coated steel, resistant to heavy loads and mechanical damage. The bannister is made up of stable metal posts and a PVC plastic handrail in the same colour as the structure. An additional baluster is available on request. A platform railing is included.
Available in a range of varnish colour options, as seen in image- please enquire before purchase.
If you would like additional steps please make an enquiry before purchase.
Available in fi 100 cm, 110 cm, 120 cm, 130 cm, 140 cm, 160 cm. These can be found in our ‘Spiral Staircases’ category.
Dolle Montreal Classic- Standard Set
11 steps – 281 cm
12 steps – 304 cm
13 steps – 328 cm
The steps are made of varnished beech / oak wood, 35 mm thick, with a height adjustment from 20.5 to 23.5 mm. The standard stairs are equipped with 11 steps and a comfortable landing, which allows you to overcome a height difference of up to 282 cm.
Recommended installation opening – at least 100/100 cm.
Stair Diameter: 140 cm
Number of steps: 11 steps + landing (max. 14 steps + landing)
Storey height: 282 cm (max. 352 cm)
Adjustable step height 20.5 – 23.5 cm
Weight 140 kg
Materials: Powder coated steel, oak steps
Construction colour: Anthracite RAL 7016, metal grey, RAL 9006
Step colour: Natural, varnished
One-sided balustrade: Vertical round posts.
Handrail: Plastic, Ø40mm, in anthracite or grey.
Recommended size of the opening in the ceiling: at least 105 x 105 cm
Step width: 45 cm
Load: 150 kg
Spiral stair type
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