Edgeguard Permanent is a freestanding guardrail with an anti-slip rubber mat under the base to ensure there are no adverse effects on the roof surface. Its unique cantilevered design removes the need for unsightly counterbalance weights, with the added benefit of reducing trip hazards.
Complies with Working At Height Regulations, BS EN 13374: 2013 subsection (E) and designed to meet the layout requirements of ISO 14122-3: 2016 sub-section (E-8).
The modular design makes Edgeguard easy to fit and adapt. It’s light and easy to erect, with just three main components.
There’s a reason we call it Edgeguard Permanent. Tested under extreme conditions, this system is incredibly tough, durable and abrasion-resistant. Once installed, it’s virtually maintenance-free.
It is multi purpose, not just for flat roofs – put the Edgeguard to work on fire escape routes or around hazardous plant machinery, roof lights or other places where access is required.
Double Male Inline Swivel – 167M- Sale only
Male Swivel Locating Flange – 169M- Sale only
Adjustable Tee – 129- Sale only
3-way Elbow – 128- Sale only
Slope Base Flange – 232- Sale only
Side Palm – 145- Sale only
Alloy Grab Claw- Sale only
800mm Sloped Base Unit- Sale only
1200mm Sloped Base Unit- Sale only
Upright Leg Raked- Sale only
D-End Unit- Sale only
Curved Leg- Sale only
800mm Folding Base- Sale only
End Caps- Sale only
Mobile Man Anchor
Elbow – 125- Sale only
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