Safegate Manhole Guard

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SKU CCW-12-021-01125
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  • Longer life than metal
  • Easy transport and storage
  • Easy installation
  • Ideal for utility work and temporary restriction of access
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$167.98

Product Overview

Looking for a way to temporarily protect an area and restrict access to it? The Plasticade Safegate Manhole Guard is your solution! Made without any metal whatsoever, this product is durable and has a longer lifespan, while at the same time easy to set up, store and transport! Check it out!

Includes:
Safegate Manhole Guard

Features:

  • Nonconductive (dielectric), no metal used
  • Longer life than metal
  • Hinged clips make it easy to configure sections into rectangles of various sizes (locking clamp is to be used for straight sections)
  • Easily and quickly set up
  • Folds up for storage
  • Carry handles for transport
  • Ideal for utility work and great for protecting any area requiring temporary restriction of access 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Composition: Polyethylene
  • Size: 39.4”H x 29.5”W
  • Weight: 17.6 lbs. (4.4 lbs. for a single section)
  • Color: Yellow
  • Reflective Sheeting: White and orange stripes

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