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Bolt-On Curved Galvanized Guard Rail 8 Ft X 61 Inch Radius
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Bolt-On Curved Galvanized Guard Rail 8 Ft X 61 Inch Radius

Item #: WB652819

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Galvanized Guardrail
Rails prevent forklift and personnel mishaps. Corrosion resistant, 10 gauge galvanized steel rails measure 12"H x 3-3/8"W and include visibility stripes. Includes Mounting Hardware. Requires 2 mounting posts (sold separately). Constructed of 10 gauge galvanized steel. Crash rating of 4,000 lbs at 4mph.

ADDITIONAL NOTES: Crash rating applicable when railing is properly anchored. Floor thickness/conditions may cause post failure (bolt pullout) before the rail fails.

Product Specifications

    • LENGTH INCHES96
    • LENGTH FEET8
    • WIDTH INCHES3-3/8
    • HEIGHT INCHES12
    • COLOR FINISHGalvanized
    • ASSEMBLYUnassembled
    • BRANDVestil
    • CONSTRUCTIONSteel
    • DESCRIPTIONBolt-On Curved Rail
    • MODEL652819
    • TYPE8'L x 61" Radius Curved Rail
    • STYLEGuard Rail - Curved
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERGR-8-CRV
    • MOUNT TYPEBolt-On

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At what angle is the curved guard rail set to? The picture looks like 90 deg. Can the angle be greater? 120 deg.? 135 deg?

Question Asked By: Scott , Warwick Mills , May 29, 2012

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