BIL-Guard Hatch Railing System by The Bilco Company

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09/15/2011

BIL-Guard Hatch Railing System by The Bilco Company

 

Designed to satisfy OSHA standard CFR 1910.23, the BIL-Guard is a fixed railing system that provides a permanent means of fall protection for hatch openings. Using an attachment system that does not penetrate the roofing membrane, the BIL-Guard mounts directly to the capflashing of any brand of roof hatch. The railing system is constructed of a fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) material, offered in high-visibility yellow, and features a self-closing gate.

BIL-Guard Hatch Railing System by The Bilco Company.
(203) 934-6363
www.bilco.com

 

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Visit our website today to learn about the design flexibility of a Morton building and the endless possibilities of partnering with our designBUILD team.

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