Our Guardrail Fall Protection Systems
Our guardrail fall protection systems are easy to install, resulting in a short installation period. This enables you to save on the installation costs. Furthermore, when opting for the XSFlex guardrail, the surface isn’t damaged and the system can be folded down to hide it. With guardrail systems you provide edge protection to everyone working at height.
- High end, stable guardrail system.
- Competitive pricing
- Easy to install with only one tool
- Short installation time
- Flexible usage (fixed, removable and foldable)
- No damage to the roof surface (free-standing guardrails)
- Less uprights needed for longer distances
Types of guardrails
We distinguish two types of guardrails: free standing and fixed. All types of XSPlatforms guardrails have a maximum distance of 2.44 meters between each upright. This therefore means that less uprights are needed when long distance needs to be covered by the guardrail system
Our XSGuardrails Range
XSFlex Freestanding Guardrails
This type of guardrail is not fixed to the surface (roof). It is held in place by heavy counterweights (approximately 23 kg each) placed on the horizontal beam of the guardrail. The advantage of the these guardrails is that they can be removed if needed. Furthermore, no drilling is necessary to mount the system hence the risk of leakage is eliminated.
Our freestanding XSGuardrails have no impact on the structure. The risk of leakage is eliminated, because it is not necessary to drill holes in the roof. Furthermore, freestanding XSGuardrails can easily be removed.
This type of guardrails is fixed to the surface , as the name suggests. In general, this guardrail is mounted to a roof surface or parapet. The advantage is that the guardrail system is always present and safe access to the roof is always possible for anyone.
When a parapet is lower than the safety standards prescribe to safely access the roof, a guardrail can be mounted to raise the barrier and create a safe zone. This type of guardrail is either mounted on top or on the side of the parapet or wall.
Flexible Use (XSFlex)
Another feature of this type of guardrail is that it can be folded down when it is not in use. This results in a system that is not visible from a lower level, so the aesthetics of a building are not compromised.