Machine guard posts and panels combine to form barriers that keep people away from moving machinery and hazardous processes in factories, manufacturing plants, and other industrial facilities. Doors can be added to allow personnel to enter and exit through the machine guard. Machine guards can be moved and reconfigured as floor plans change. Their wire mesh panels have openings that let light and air pass through. People can see through the panels to view what's behind them.
Easy-Access Welded-Wire Machine Guard Components
Easy-access welded-wire machine guard components do not require bolts, clips, or other hardware to assemble. Brackets on the panels slip onto protruding pins on the posts to connect them and form barriers that keep people away from moving machinery and hazardous processes in industrial facilities. The panels can be lifted off to provide quick access to the area on the inside of the machine guard. The panels consist of crossed wires that are welded everywhere they intersect to form a mesh. Welded-wire panels are more durable and stable than woven-wire panels. They will not unravel if they are cut to accommodate pipes and other obstacles.
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