In-Plant Safety Barriers

Your plant can be a dangerous place. When it comes to protection, a yellow line painted on the floor just doesn’t cut it. A common alternative is steel posts and fixed warehouse guard rail systems, which do an excellent job of separating common areas from dangerous ones.

Separating and defining work areas and walkways and providing drop-off protection for interior loading and rail docks has long been a challenge for facilities. The traditional yellow line is low cost and easy to change, but offers little to no protection for pedestrians against material handling equipment. Warehouse guard rails help separate and protect these areas, while some even feature movable guard rails for easy access.

GuardRite Flex

  • Custom configurations
  • Modular design
  • Removable rails

GuardRite Removable Handrail

  • Impact resistant
  • Modular design
  • Removable rails

GuardRite Retractable

  • Bollard stores flush with floor
  • Heavy-duty protection
  • Stop up to 30,000 lbs.

GuardRite Steel

  • Heavy-duty protection
  • Single or double rail
  • Stop up to 30,000 lbs.

GuardRite Strap

  • Spans up to 60’
  • Stop up to 30,000 lbs.
  • Straps absorb impact

SAFE-T-GATE SWING

  • Lightweight personnel barrier
  • Modular design
  • Pedestrian access

Safe-T-Gate Vertical

  • Lightweight personnel barrier
  • Modular design
  • Pedestrian access

Safe-T-Signal

  • 4/3/2-way traffic detection
  • Adjustable detection zone
  • Help prevent accidents

Safe-T-Vu

  • Adjustable traffic detection zone
  • Signals approaching pedestrian hazard
  • Versatile mounting

SpanGuard Mesh

  • Excellent visibility
  • Separates and defines
  • Up to 60’ clear span

Sure-Stop

  • Low profile barrier
  • Modular design
  • Separates and defines

Additional Content

Benefits of Retractable Safety Barriers

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Pedestrian Safety

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