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Rack Guard protects people and reduces product damage in warehouses, stock rooms and other storage facilities. Unlike knitted and woven nets the joint structure of this extruded polypropylene grid retains the original hole size and resists sagging. You can easily trim rack guard safety netting to fit over sprinkler heads or other irregular shapes without losing the structural integrity of the mesh. It won’t fray or unravel if a joint or strand is cut. 

Rack Guard Netting can be used for numerous tasks, including back of rack, safety net and end of aisle protection, shelf dividers and lighter duty box applications. But remember, it should only be used in vertical applications and never be considered as catch netting for people. 


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Installing Pallet Rack Safety Netting

Installing rack guard netting is pretty straightforward. All it takes is a tin snips and plastic ties. For best results. You’ll want to use cable ties that you’ve stabilized to maximum service life. The ties used in the video are rated at 175 pounds of tensile strength. To get started with installation. Place the rack guard roll on the floor parallel to the rack. Next, pull one end of the rack guard netting to the top of the rack and wrap the rack guard grid around the top beam, then use ties to secure the center and ends in order to hold the rat guard netting in place. 

Working from the top down, pull the netting snug as you go and install cable ties every four to six inches. Once the rat guard netting is secured, use tin snips to trim off any excess material. And that’s all there is to installing rack guard the best way to defend your products while protecting your people.

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Rack Guard Netting is Available in Master Rolls,

Rack Guard Netting is available in master rolls but most prefer that we pre-cut to specific sizes at our factory for quicker and easier installation. 

Safety netting is a type of safety barrier used to prevent items from falling off of pallet racks in warehouses, distribution centers, and other storage facilities. These safety nets are typically made of heavy-duty mesh materials and are designed to create a physical barrier between the pallets and the surrounding area, thus preventing products from falling and causing potential injury to workers, damage to equipment or inventory, and other safety hazards.

Video on Pallet Rack Safety Netting

The safety nets are usually installed at the back and sides of the pallet racks to create a secure enclosed area, preventing products from sliding off the shelves, while still allowing easy access for loading and unloading. Pallet rack safety netting is an important safety feature for any warehouse or storage facility and can help prevent accidents and injuries. It is important to ensure that the safety netting is installed properly and meets all safety standards to ensure maximum protection.



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Who would use pallet rack safety netting?

Netting is mainly used in warehouses, manufacturing plants, distribution centers, and other industrial settings to help prevent items from falling off warehouse racks. This type of safety system is also often used in cold storage facilities or similar settings where items need to be securely stored.

How to prevent inventory from falling off pallet rack?

You can prevent inventory from falling off pallet rack by installing pallet rack safety netting. This is a type of grid netting made from PVC or flexible industrial plastics that is designed to fit around the edges of the racks and help secure items in place. Additionally, you can install barriers such as guard rails or panels for further protection.