The Techno perimeter guarding system is a cost-effective steel solution that is easy to install and is ideal for customers who need to separate and enclose hazardous areas. This product was created as a freestanding panel with a frameless mesh strengthened with transverse folds, designed to facilitate on-site guard installation of challenging or tailored designs without the need of a separate frame surround kit.
Size & Colours
The costs are minimised because it is made as a frameless self-supporting mesh panel. The ability to cut panels to size on site without specialist tools or the need to cut and weld new outer framed surrounds to fit the altered panel.
All components are modular so the same panels can be used both as fixed elements and, with the help of a kit, as a double or sliding door.
The innovative 32×67 mesh improves vision of the machinery inside the restricted area.
A key advantage of this system is that it can easily be modified on site, with the use of a few tools, and it does not have to be repainted afterwards. The mesh panels can be angled and cut to suit your application or altered should unforeseen difficulties arise.
Techno Fix Kit
This is an accessory that optimises assembly time and even enables installation by a single operator. The kit contains three brackets specially designed to ensure that the product complies with current standards. When finished the kit needs to be removed.
Kit for fixing Techno special panels after removing or shortening a transverse fold.
This accessory allows you to fix the panel to the posts after having adjusted or shortened it horizontally.
Kit for convex corners
This accessory is used to make convex angles of 90°.
Kit for inclination panels
This accessory permits to make angles from 30° to 180°.
Doors with Customised Logo
Doors can be customised with your company logo on request. Corporate identity that adds value and individuality.
For 40×40 and 40×80 posts. This kit enables vertical adjustment of the posts and compensates for un-even floors.
The single-hinged door is designed for all day, general use. Simply held closed by magnets it allows access and egress of the segregated area by simply pushing or pulling the door panel.
– Light 735 wheel base 775 (Panel B=700)
– Light 1035 wheel base 1075 (Panel B=1000)
– Light 1235 wheel base 1275 (Panel B=1200)
– Light 1535 wheel base 1575 (Panel B=1500)
The double hinged door uses the same principle as the single-hinged door, but a vertical deadbolt is fitted that anchors one of the two door panels to the ground.
– Light 1450 wheel base 1490 (Panel B=700+700)
– Light 2050 wheel base 2090 (Panel B= 1000+1000)
– Light 2450 wheel base 2490 (Panel B= 1200+1200)
– Light 3050 wheel base 3090 (Panel B= 1500+1500)
SUSPENDED SINGLE SLIDING DOOR
The suspended single sliding door uses an upper monorail carriage, while the lower fixing has an aluminium profile with nylon rollers which reduces oscillation of the panel.
– Light 830 wheel base 870 (Panel B=1000)
– Light 1030 wheel base 1070 (Panel B=1200)
– Light 1330 wheel base 1370 (Panel B=1500)
SUSPENDED DOUBLE SLIDING DOOR
The suspended double sliding doors allows the opening of both doors in opposite directions and uses the same principle as the suspended single sliding door.
– Light 1200 wheel base 1160 (Panel B=700+700)
– Light 1760 wheel base 1800 (Panel B= 1000+1000)
– Light 2160 wheel base 2200 (Panel B= 1200+1200)
– Light 2760 wheel base 2800 (Panel B= 1500+1500)
SINGLE SLIDING DOOR
The single sliding door uses a floor mounted rail (optional fit on smooth, level floors) and the door panel has a wheel at each end allowing smooth, oscillation free operation. The same panel is guided by an upper plate with nylon rollers.
– Light 770 wheel base 860 (panel B=1000)
– Light 970 wheel base 1060 (panel B= 1200)
– Light 1270 wheel base 1360 (panel B= 1500)
DOUBLE SLIDING DOOR
The double sliding doors allows the opening of both doors in opposite directions and uses the same principle as the single sliding door.
– Light 1035 Wheel base 1205 (Panel B=700+700)
– Light 1635 Wheel base 1805 (Panel B=1000+1000)
– Light 2035 Wheel base 2205 (Panel B=1200+1200)
– Light 2635 Wheel base 2805 (Panel B=1500+1500)
SINGLE OR DOUBLE TELESCOPIC DOOR
The telescopic door has the advantage of not having guides at the top or at the bottom and is ideal for forklift truck operation or for those who have space problems. Its operation exploits the efficiency of the telescopic guides or linear movement systems that guarantee optimum efficiency and long service life.
TELESCOPIC DOOR ASSEMBLY
The compact telescopic door assembly is used mainly when there is limited space and a large area to cover. This unique design is ideal for raised loading bays or when a safety barrier is required between two existing fixed points. Its operation exploits the effectiveness of the telescopic rails and floor guides, providing excellent efficiency and a long service life.
VERTICAL SLIDING DOOR – MANUAL
The manually operated vertical sliding door is counterbalanced via a system of pulleys, linear guides and weights that ensure safety, functionality and years of trouble-free operation.
VERTICAL SLIDING DOOR – AUTOMATIC
The vertical sliding door is operated by a pneumatic cylinder. The door panel is guided by a system of pulleys, linear guides, and bearings. An additional safety control panel linked to a laser scanner, safe edge or light curtains is recommended to prevent possible injury to the operator.
HORIZONTAL SLIDING DOOR – AUTOMATIC
ANTI PANIC KEY LOCKS FOR HINGED DOORS
These allow the doors to be locked with a key from outside and ensures safe keyless opening from inside in case of accidental confinement.
KEYED SAFETY LOCKS FOR HINGED OR SLIDING DOORS
The safety lock allows the hinged door or sliding door to be locked with a key and thus prevents access to unauthorised personnel. The device is equipped with an internal anti-imprisonment lever that prevents involuntary closure. Fixings comply with current standards. It is designed for use with one to three padlocks to prevent operators or maintenance personnel becoming accidentally locked within an enclosure or confined space.
TRAPPED KEY LOCK
The trapped key lock allows an increased degree of safety in mechanical operating systems. It prevents the restart of a machine or process against the will of those who are within the segregated area through a coded key that cannot be duplicated. It is easy to instal on both new and existing systems and does not require electrical integration.
The multi-lock lock is applied to the hinged doors and functions as part of an integrated system that controls access to the dangerous area. The device is equipped with an internal anti-imprisonment lever that prevents involuntary closure from inside and allows emergency exit. Fixings comply with current standards. It is designed for use with one to three padlocks to prevent operators or maintenance personnel becoming accidentally locked within an enclosure or confined space.