Why come to A-MEZZ for your guardrail and industrial guard needs?
Our Guard Rail is available in more standard sizes than anyone else. We stock rail sections in one foot increments from 2 foot to 10 foot. The other guys only stock 4’,6’,8’, & 10’. If you need a size less then 4’ or something in-between, you’ll have to buy the next size up and also pay a cut charge for each and every piece cut
Our post is 5" square 3/16" tube, not 4" like some of the other guys
We will offset weld our base-plates for free. The other guys charge extra for this and most wont do it, even if you offered to pay more. Standard Guardrail lengths are most always based on center-to-center of the upright post. This does not take in to consideration the out-to-out measurement at the base. When proper fit is important, this oversight can add 10" to 12" to the overall system length.
Our Guard Rail is engineered and tested to meet federal standards. And will stop a 10,000 lb fork-lift truck moving at 4 miles per hour.
All assembly hardware is supplied, including proper anchor bolts. We called a well known industrial supply catalog company once and asked the sales representative "What size anchor bolts need to be ordered to properly install their Guardrail system". The answer we received was "We are not permitted to recommend the anchor bolts for installation of this equipment."
Our Guardrail is finished with a brighter, long lasting powder-coat tuff safety yellow enamel finish.
Protective Guardrails, Std. Sizes
Nominal Rail Length
Single Rail Post
SRP Height: 17" (Rail Ht. 15")
Double Rail Post
DRP Height: 44" (Rail Ht. 42")
(2 per rail)
Why should you use our industrial safety guardrail?
For the moment, lets set aside the fact that the use of proper guarding in certain areas of your facility is an OSHA requirement and lets consider these reasons:
Reduce down time for equipment and of course manpower.
Reduce workers comp claims.
Reduction in insurance premiums.
Protect electrical, gas, and sprinkler systems.
Pedestrian and lift-truck operators are incline to be more alert.
Protect building columns, walls and doors.
When you consider the IMPACT an accident with a 10,000 lb. moving fork-lift truck can have on your operation and bottom line, the proper use of guarding is a good business decision.