Safety Barrier Fencing
Safety Barrier Fencing offers an innovative engineering solution for railway maintenance. A universal and adjustable rigid barrier fence system for the protection of the workforce against moving trains.
Vortok Safety Barrier Fencing: Vortok Safety Barrier Fencing offers an innovative engineering solution for railway maintenance. A universal and adjustable rigid barrier fence system for the protection of the workforce against moving trains. The fencing barrier is permitted to be positioned 4ft from the running rail, whilst allowing train speeds up to 100 mph. The Safety Barrier is quick to assemble and dismantle, with no tools required and provides an immediate enclosed ‘Green’ zone. Furthermore, by clamping directly to both flat bottomed and bull head rail, Vortok Fencing is non penetrative to the ballast meaning sub ballast services are undisturbed. As the UK’s largest stockist of refurbished Vortok Safety Barrier we are ideally suited to meet your Vortok fencing needs.
Magnetic Safety Barrier Fencing: Magnetic Safety Barrier Fencing is more than 20 times faster to erect and dismantle, in comparison with conventional methods. The product requires a lot less physical effort, significantly reducing possession times and/or mobilisation costs. This safety barrier fence provides the same level of safety that is currently available from other products in the market. The installation creates a fenced green-zone to increase the safe environment for workers. Utilising magnetic fence greatly increases the productivity of the workforce deployed to install & dismantle resulting in less overall expenditure. Magnetic fencing can be used in all railway infrastructure areas apart from 3rd Rail. The system also works well in S&C areas. The only obstacle to a sleeper level finish is the ballast shoulder which may need opening to accept the stanchion. With no requirement to remove or replace under track ballast, the barrier system is simple, safe and fast to assemble/disassemble with a magnetic attachment to the web of the rail.