Dura/Flex Guard Rails
- Provides maximum
security against forklift accidents
- Can take 10,000 lbs.
at 4 MPH with only 12" of deflection max
- Easiest to install in the
industry - flange nuts are welded inside each bolt hole for
quick, easy installation
Features and Benefits
- Ideal for preventing damage to expensive
machinery, equipment, office walls, electrical boxes, water mains,
mezzanines and most importantly personnel from forklifts and other
- Easy installation with nuts welded at every bolt
hole and hardware and floor anchors included
- Smooth plastic plugs are provided to fill unused
holes in columns
- Painted safety yellow for high visibility
- Designed, tested and rated to withstand 10,000
lbs at 4 M.P.H.
- Simple layout with universal column design
- In stock for fast delivery
- Columns are steel square tube mounted on 10" x
10" base plates
- Rails are formed from high-tensile 10 gauge steel
for impact strength
Guarantee and Warranty
- Personal and professional customer service is
offered on all Dura/Flex Guard Rails. Our Guard Rail carries a
one-year limited warranty on all materials and workmanship.
- When it is necessary to access equipment or space
behind the guard rail system, lift-out rail systems are available
for use. These systems allow the rails to be removed and then
dropped into the slots to replace the rail after accessing the area
behind the rail
Dura/Flex Guard Rail Specifications
What's to Be Protected
- Protection equipment is used anywhere through
out the plant. Key areas are office walls, mezzanines,
water mains, electrical boxes, expensive equipment and
personnel. The cost of the protection equipment is minimal
when considering what is being protected and the cost to repair
or replace if it is damaged.
- To ensure the proper protection consider the
- Measure overall length of area that is to be
- Is there a protruding object or other unusual
configuration to meaure? (Going around corners)
- Is this a single or double rail application?
- Placing protection equipment a minimum of 12"
in front of what you're protecting is required to achieve proper
- Do columns need to be offset on the base
plate or is the column to be placed in the corner of the base
plate? (Tight space conditions govern this decision.)
- Once you have measured the overall length of
the area to be protected, you must divide length of area by
length of rails. It is recommended to use as few of the
the longest rails evenly as possible and still protect the
designated area. The reason for using the longest rail
possible in even numbers is both for esthetic and economic
- Columns are one of the following: 18"
tall for single rail and 42" for double rail. The most
common columns are 18" tall for single rail applications and 42"
tall for double rail applications.
- Specific dimensional information must be
obtained when designing guard rail systems using lift-out rails.
Add 1" to column dimension for lift-out rail design
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