Installation Barrier - Rapid System - Lift Shaft Protection
Elevator Equipment Ltd is one of the leading innovators and suppliers of lift parts and safety products. And we would like to introduce you to the latest development in lift shaft entrance protection.
'RAPID SYSTEM SHAFT PROTECTION'
Our kit includes only 4 components, 2 poles and 2 barriers. With no small fixings, no nuts, bolts or screws and requires no drilling.
It is light weight, easy to carry, convenient to store and transport and requires only one man installation.
INSTALLATION TIME IS .......67 SECONDS
Available in one width -
RAPID/1.4M for entrance widths up to 1.2m
Door entrance height max 2.2m
Bespoke size barriers can be made on request.
**Please note that the barriers are sold with standard EEL signage labels at no additional cost.
If you wish to add your own company logos then please send us your artwork. A set of two labels (one entrance) will cost £26.00 + vat. Additionally, If you order under 30 sets then we will have to charge you for the artwork as well. Price to be advised.
When installed, the barriers can be quickly and easily removed for ease of access and in an emergency they can be dismantled, in seconds, from both inside and outside the lift shaft.
The Rapid system is fully tested and certified to BSEN 13374 2013 CLASS B and offers a highly visible barrier that is perfect for raising your corporate identity on site.
Our Rapid system is completely re-usable and will provide you with huge cost saving over the medium to long term. When dismantled there are no small parts to lose. Just two barriers and two poles.
You no longer have to throw valuable timber hoardings in the skip after each job, benefiting the environment and eliminating disposal costs.
There is no need to plan in advance for outside contractors to install or dismantle it. You are in complete control.
Supplied with comprehensive assembly instructions.
Due to the size and weight of this product we have to charge carriage separately.
We have put together a short video that can be viewed on YouTube. Please click the link above.