Free Standing Flatbed Truck Netting
Why invest in truck netting?
Pivoting Free Standing Truck Netting System
Classic Free Standing Truck Netting System
- Bases: 4000 lbs (2 tons per base)
- Custom net sizes based on each project
- Material: 3000 lbs net – nylon
- U.V. protection
- Net colour: black
- Fire rated (FR) (NFP 701)
- Load rated netting panels
- Engineered offset brackets
- Customized solutions available
Frequently Asked Questions
Passive fall protection does NOT require any action by people. Examples include: Guardrails, Safety Nets, etc. Active fall protection requires training and direct connection to an engineered fall protection system or anchor point. Examples include: Body Harnesses and Lanyards, Anchor Points, etc.
OSHA 12.10 (1.1), every employer shall provide a fall-protection system to any person, other than an employee who is installing or removing a fall-protection system in accordance with the instructions referred to in subsection (5), who works: (a) from an unguarded structure or on a vehicle, at a height of more than 2.4 m above the nearest permanent safe level; (b) from a temporary structure at a height of more than 6 m above a permanent safe level.
ANSI A10.11 All nets supplied are manufactured and tested in accordance with Industry Standards, and all such netting has been tested to strict ANSI standards as laid out in ANSI A10.11. This includes the complete system with all hardware installed onto a racking system and tests made to simulate a real-case product fall.
Yes, all of our systems include a user manual, custom drawing, and detailed installation instructions. If needed, we offer installation services.
Untested and/or self-fabricated remedies are risky. You are responsible for any accidents relating to the failure of hardware and installation. Incorrect installation could result in a system that does not provide the protection you require.
Netting is used anytime a fall hazard may exist. It is used to protect workers when performing a job on or around a parked flatbed truck.
Get in touch with our sales reps, and they can provide you with a Quote Request Form that is easy to fill out. The form asks for information such as the width of your bays, the height of your rack frames, and the weight of the pallets you are looking to protect.
The amount of space available beside the “typical” trailer location when loading/tarping/etc.
The further away from the trailer you can position the posts, the lower the posts have to be.
Overhead cranes. Do they load from the side, the end or both? If from the side, how high can the posts be without interfering with the loading process?
Connection to the trailer – the standard system requires attachment directly to the trailer while the pivot system does not.
Forklift loading from the side – is this done at all? If so, the trailer safety nets will not work.
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