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MARKET LEADING RANGE - THE SMB SYSTEM FEATURES AN ARRAY OF INTEGRAL BENEFITS.

EDGE PROTECTION

SYSTEMS

Engineered to protect, designed to adapt Smarter Edge Protection

The SMB has been developed to offer an alternative

safety system for the most challenging construction

environments - combining a range of valuable

beneits such as strength, durability, speed of

installation and adjustability. The barrier is light to

carry and easy to manoeuvre for improved transport

and on-site handling.

THE STEEL MESH BARRIER SYSTEM (SMB)

The most commonly used system in our product range is the

Steel Mesh Barrier (SMB) - an innovative and highly adaptable

temporary edge protection solution used worldwide.

In terms of edge protection, staircases have traditionally

presented a signiicant safety challenge - previously even

providing basic safety features generally necessitated the

improvised cutting of tubes and timber boards which

themselves carried inherent safety issues.

Based on the trusted SMB system, the Steel Mesh Barrier

Stair System provides an unrivalled systemised solution

speciically designed to work alongside SMB protected

landings for exceptional continuous edge protection.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

STEEL MESH BARRIER STAIR

• Combined guardrails, toeboard and debris mesh.

• Steel mesh protection with impact-absorbing capacity.

• Closed and returned toeboard for enhanced debris containment

at the slab edge.

• Adjustable height with no need for disassembly.

• Available in 2.6m and 1.3m widths.

• Available in square and circular post variants, the SMB system

attachments and posts are compatible with most types of

access structures.

• The SMB range is fully compliant with European regulations

for temporary edge protection EN 13374.

• Returned top edge with no sharp edges.

• Reinforced side bars for enhanced durability.

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