Stay safe with NHP’s new industrial fencing

15-09-2010

NHP has unveiled a new range of industrial safety fencing from ISF to complement its existing safety product range.

ISF specialise in the manufacture of standard modular safety fencing components, offering a complete project solution.

This durable and exceptionally safe modular fencing system, designed in accordance with Australian Standards, is ideal for any industrial or commercial application.

The system offers a high degree of flexibility and it can be easily modified.

Complete with an accessory range that includes light curtain protectors, stainless steel pushbutton stations, spreader bars and mounting brackets, a tailored fencing system can be designed to suit any installation.

The standard design of NHP’s new range of ISF safety fencing is manufactured from mild steel, however, this can easily be substituted with stainless steel if specified.

NHP’s partnership with ISF ensures customers get “what they want, when, where and how they want it.”

The companies are working together with the end user to design safety fencing that meets the most demanding project needs.

NHP Electrical Engineering Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9429 2999
www.nhp.com.au

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