Products that provide a safe working environment while working in airports.
Airports have some unique fall protection needs. We offer a rigid rail fall protection system that can be used to support workers who are working on top of airplanes. These special crane mounted fall protection units create a safe working environment to people who are repairing and cleaning large airline jets. In addition to fall protection, our railing systems are often a great solution for protecting a rooftop edge or a pedestrian walkway. Review the various products that apply to the airport industry below.
KeeGuard is a free standing guardrail and railing system that does not penetrate the roof membrane.
Kee Walk provides a safe, anti-slip, level walking surface for anyone who needs to access a roof in the course of their work.
Horizontal lifeline systems built to provide continuous protection for multiple users working at height.
Tether track is a rigid rail overhead lifeline system that does not sag or bend during a fall.
A fully modular, collective, free-standing, fall-protection solution for use around skylights, roof lights and dome lights.
KeeHatch is designed for safe egress and ingress through roof access hatches and for protection of the roof opening while the roof hatch is open.
Protection for structural platforms, in-plant offices, conveyors, water mains, valuable equipment & personnel.
Bollards help to protect your utilities and structures like electrical transformers and pedestrian walkways from damage caused by vehicle accidents.
Industrial Safety Gates have self closing spring hinges, and can be used to protect areas such as ladder access points and roof hatches.
Kwik Kit Safety Railing Kits allow you to create a sturdy railing system with no welding. Uprights are preassembled for fast and easy installation.
KeeGuard Contractor is a portable or temporary railing systems. The system is free standing, and has no need for any hardware connections.
A Weldless, Cost Effective Safety Rail System that Exceeds OSHA Safety Standards