Our safety team will make sure your mounted railing meets OSHA codes and your relevant local codes.
Due to its modular design, our railing can be configured to the exact specifications of your site.
Our guardrail is galvanized inside-and-out with a proprietary coating to ensure corrosion resistant, even in the harshest environments.
Whether you are self-installing or employing your favorite contractor, our railing requires no specialized tools or labor.
Corroded railing is unsafe. Our components are designed for longevity and strength.
The guardrail's modular design makes it easy to configure and install your exact specifications. Whether you need guardrail for pedestrian walkways or warehouse railing, we will work with you to select the right material, finish, post-spacing, and layout to be OSHA compliant.
Our railing is available in a variety of finishes. Standard railing comes in galvanized steel or aluminum finishes. We also offer additional colors in additional powder-coat finishes.
Plus, our guardrail can accommodate toeboards, in-fill panels, or safety gates - to meet all your safety needs.
Installation requires no special tools or labor. The pipe components are secured with a hex set-screw to achieve a strong connection. The pipe can be cut to length for you, or shipped in full lengths for precise fitting on site.
With the modular design, our railing is just as easy to modify as it is to install. The components can be repurposed in other areas if the plan is changed onsite.
Our railing is easy to repair, unlike traditional welded railing which needs to be completely replaced when damaged. Simply disassemble any bent section of railing, replace the damaged components, and reassemble. Typical repairs take minutes, not days.
Kwik Kit safety railing kits allow you to easily create a durable railing system to eliminate crash hazards, keeping your facility safe. Our weldless safety railing is ideal for creating a safe and compliant workspace.
The section of the OSHA code that specifies most of the primary guardrail and handrails as it directly relates to safety railing is 1910.26. Specifically, the following sections are the most relevant to handrail and stair rail requirements.
1910.29(f)(1)(i) - Handrails are not less than 30 inches (76 cm) and not more than 38 inches (97 cm), as measured from the leading edge of the stair tread to the top surface of the handrail (see Figure D-12 of this section).
1910.29(f)(2) - The minimum clearance between handrails and any other object is 2.25 inches (5.7 cm).
1910.29(f)(4) - No opening in a stair rail system exceeds 19 inches (48 cm) at its least dimension.
1910.29(f)(5) - Handrails have the shape and dimension necessary so that employees can grasp the handrail firmly.
1910.29(f)(7) - Handrails and the top rails of stair rail systems are capable of withstanding, without failure, a force of at least 200 pounds (890 N) applied in any downward or outward direction within 2 inches (5 cm) of any point along the top edge of the rail.
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