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SEVEN-RAIL BARRIER PROTECTS AGAINST TOPPLING

14-06-2018
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With the increasing cost of commercial floorspace, double and triple stacking of pallets is becoming more commonplace, increasing the risk of goods toppling.

Now, A-Safe has expanded its range of pedestrian barriers with the release of the iFlex High Level.

Like all A-Safe barriers, the iFlex High Level barrier both guides pedestrian traffic and protects it from moving vehicles. But with an overall height above 2.7 metres, the iFlex seven-rail barrier also protects against the dangerous toppling of stacked goods.

The patented A-Flex barrier design deflects and absorbs impacts, and the iFlex High Level barrier is also low in maintenance, hygienic and food-safe.

A-Safe Australasia
02 9625 8927
www.asafe.com

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