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General access handrails and balustrades are safety features used in buildings and other structures to provide support and prevent falls. Handrails are typically mounted on walls or posts and are designed to be grasped by the hand to provide stability and balance when ascending or descending stairs or ramps. Balustrades, on the other hand, are assemblies of vertical posts or balusters, a handrail or railing, and sometimes a bottom rail, that provide a protective barrier along balconies, decks, or stairways. They are designed to prevent people from accidentally falling from elevated areas and can also serve as an architectural feature to enhance the aesthetic appeal of a building.

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