Commercial safety rails are meant to provide maximum protection from vehicle collisions as well as heavy duty impact resistance. So as to multiply their protective power, commercial rail systems can rely on two or more guardrails that are working together.

They can offer protection to both equipment and personnel by providing a visible and impenetrable barrier against the impact of heavy vehicles. The metal guardrails are built in such a way that they can withstand the impact of the material handling equipment, that of forklifts, as well as the impact from trucks and automobiles.

Commercial safety rails can also come in custom dimensions such as;

  1. Galvanized Guard Rails

Commercial galvanized stall rails provide maximum protection and durability through the use of some of the hardest metal available in the world. Apart from being economical, this type of safety rail can be used outdoors and indoors.

A client can request that the system is built anywhere from one to three rails high. Tubular posts are there to ensure that the rails stay in place and are machined for vertical or continuous rail mounting.

  1. 90 Degrees Galvanized Guard Rails

These types of guard rails form right angles that offer protection around walls and corner buildings. They are meant to provide protection to thebuilding in areas where vehicles and fork trucks often collide with structures.

The 90 degrees commercial safety rails can also work well drive way corners where traffic should be directed.

Specialty Commercial End Guards

The specialty commercial heavy duty end guards offer protection to buildings, walls, personnel and pallet racking from fork truck and vehicle traffic damage.

The end guards can easily attach to the corner connection or end of a guard rail. They include;

  • Structural Guard Rail Systems

Formerly known as C channel guards, they are constructed of basic C channels consisting of 8.2 lbs for each foot meant to provide maximum protection and strength. They come in a drop in design style intended to protect machinery and personnel. If it becomes necessary, the railing system can be dismounted within a matter of seconds.

  • Structural Guard Rail( Drop in, Bolt On Technique)

The drop in and bolt on technique offers a stronger barrier but with much easier accessibility. They can be used in the creation of a modular system that will provide protection to individuals, equipment, and inventory from injuries or damages.

The rails are triple ridges and are corrugated. The material used in constructing the tracks is very thick and is intended for high impact resistance for both the indoors and the outdoors.

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