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ABS Mobile Guard - flat

Temporary guard rail for flat roofs - secured using weights
Image showing our ABS Mobile Guard - flat guard rail system - specially designed to secure a flat roof surface on a temporary basis
Image showing a roof worker unfolding an ABS Mobile Guard - flat guard rail
Our ABS Mobile Guard - flat guard rail system can be installed in just a matter of minutes
Presenting our ABS Mobile Guard guard rail in moving images: Watch our short product video to find out more about its most important features!

Product information ABS Mobile Guard - flat

This temporary guard rail, which is made of high-quality aluminium, is simply flipped open and erected. On a flat roof surface (pitch of up to 10°), the posts of this guard rail system are weighed down using special weights - each weighing 25 kg. The compact design of the system when folded up makes it really easy to transport.

  • EN 13374:2013, A
  • Handrail height: 1100 mm
  • Designed for temporary usage
  • Extremely simple installation
  • Easy to transport
  • Can be easily adapted to fit your architecture

Find out more about our ABS Mobile Guard - flat

Simiply flipped open and erected: Mobile guard rail for flat roofs

Our ABS Mobile Guard - flat guard rail system was specially designed for temporary usage on roofs with a pitch of up to 10° and is weighted down using special weights. It is manufactured from robust, weather-proof aluminium material and is folded up for easy transport. It can be set up in just a few easy steps.

Concrete weights, each weighing 25 kg, are used to secure the posts of our ABS Mobile Guard - flat guard rail system. The posts are simply folded out or folded back up - making them really easy to transport. Once the posts have been set up, the guard rail elements (hand and knee rails) are simply hooked on. Our ABS Mobile Guard - flat system requires a parapet of at least 100 mm and has been certified in accordance with EN 13374, A.

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