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Safe movement of goods between different floors and levels
Kee Pallet Gates
Kee Pallet Gates are part of the Kee Gate range of safety gates and have been designed specifically to allow goods to be moved safely up or down from mezzanines or raised working surfaces.
The range is easy to install or retro-fit to guardrails and barriers where openings need to be protected such as on mezzanines in warehouses and logistics centres. Each gate is counterbalanced for a positive open and close action, adding to the gate’s ease of operation.
Kee Gate pallet gates are fully adjustable in width and are available in four different models to accommodate the type of operation required.
Mode A – Standard Model
Can take pallets up to 1.4m x 1.48m with a maximum height capacity of 1.6m. A toe-board is mounted on the mezzanine edge side to provide protection for workers below.
Type B – Narrow Pallet Gate
The Narrow Pallet Gate is ideal for use on mezzanines where space is limited. The gate accepts pallets up to 1.4m and 1.48m with a maximum height capacity of 1.8m
Type C – Tall Pallet Gate
This gate offers the tallest capacity of the range. The gate’s cantilever design provides maximum height with minimal ceiling height requirements and can accommodate gates up to 1.4m x 1.48m with a maximum height capacity of 2.2m
Type D – Premium Wide Pallet Gate
The premium pallet gate offers the wides load capacity and provides maximum load width, whilst giving workers a 2m head clearance. The gate is made from aluminium and accepts pallets up to 1.4m x 1.95m with a maximum height capacity of 1.6m
High safety standards
Fully tested to meet or exceed current safety standards including:
- EN 14122-3
Safe movement of goods
- Complies with EN 14122-3 for assured safe operation
- Available in galvanised or aluminium
- Cycle tested for 50,000 openings for guaranteed durability
- Salt spray tested for corrosion resistance
- Constructed from Kee Klamp and Kee Lite fittings
- Supplied part assembled for ease of on-site installation
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