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Column Protector - Heavy Duty

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Unleashed Column Protector

Unleashed Column Protector

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Unleashed Column Protector - Wall Mount

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Column protectors serve as a protective barrier around columns, pillars, or structural supports.

Column Protectors safeguard your building’s support columns and down-pipes from vehicle impact, preventing structural damage to your building as well as the risk of workplace injury.

These protection barriers are designed to safeguard columns and pillars from accidental damage caused by forklifts, pallet jacks, and other heavy equipment. Not only do they prevent costly repairs and downtime, but they also ensure the safety of employees and visitors.

These post protectors come in a variety of materials, including steel, plastic, and foam, and can be customised to fit any column size or shape. Investing in these protectors is a smart decision for any business that values safety and wants to protect their assets. Structural columns are common in warehouse facilities and often situated near vehicle traffic.

Column Protectors absorb impact and distribute force evenly, protecting structures and equipment from costly damage while enhancing overall safety in any workplace. Explore our selection of column protectors. From heavy-duty steel to impact-resistant wall-mount options, find the perfect protection for your structural columns.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are column protectors suitable for both indoor and outdoor use?

Column protectors are available for both indoor and outdoor use. Some outdoor protectors are designed to withstand exposure to the elements, while indoor protectors may be less weather-resistant.

Do column protectors fit all column sizes?

No, column protectors come in various sizes and designs to accommodate different column dimensions. Choosing a protector that fits the specific column size you want to protect is essential. Please check the dimensions before purchasing.

What types of column protectors are available?

There are various types of column protectors, including steel and plastic options. The choice of protector depends on factors like the level of protection required, the column’s size, and the specific application. 

How do I choose the right column protector for my facility?

Choosing the right column protectors for your facility is an important decision that can impact the safety of your employees and visitors, as well as the longevity of your building. Here are some key factors to consider:

1. Assess your facility’s needs

The first step in choosing the right column protector is to assess your facility’s needs. Consider the traffic flow in your facility and the types of vehicles and equipment that are present. Are there any areas with a higher risk of impact, such as loading docks or parking garages? The answers to these questions can help you determine the level of protection needed for your columns.

2. Choose the right material and size

Once you have assessed your facility’s needs, you can begin to narrow down the options for material and size. Steel protectors offer the highest level of protection, but may be overkill for lower-risk areas. Plastic protectors are a cost-effective option that still offers good protection, while foam protectors are ideal for low-impact areas.

When choosing the size, make sure to measure the diameter and height of your columns to ensure a proper fit. Most column protectors are available in a range of sizes to accommodate different column types.

3. Installation considerations

Another important factor to consider is the installation process. Some protectors require professional installation, while others can be installed by your own staff. Make sure to read the installation instructions carefully and consider any additional equipment or tools that may be needed.

4. Compatibility with other safety equipment

Finally, consider whether your column protectors need to be compatible with other safety equipment, such as bollards or guardrails. Some are designed to work in conjunction with other safety equipment, while others may need to be installed separately.

By considering these factors and selecting the right column protection for your facility, you can ensure the safety of your employees and visitors, protect your building’s columns from damage, and ultimately save your facility time and money in the long run.

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