Items Tagged with 'Rite-Hite Corp.'

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Dual reciprocating barrier

What’s a dual reciprocating barrier, and why do workplaces with an elevated platform or mezzanine need one?
What’s a dual reciprocating barrier, and why do workplaces with an elevated platform or mezzanine need one?
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High-speed door

The LiteSpeed HZ High-Speed Door has a Class II, Division 2 listing from UL, carrying a Group Code G and Temperature Code 6.
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Intersection warning system

The ceiling-mounted Safe-T-Signal Intersection Warning System uses LED lights in the shape of red stop signs and amber yield signs to alert workers when traffic is approaching from other directions.
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LED communication system

The LED Countdown Light Communication System lets workers know exactly how much time is left before a high-speed door closes.
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Perimeter safety cell

The Guarding Defender Cell restricts access and provides point-of-operation guarding around potentially dangerous automated and automatic processes, including stretch-wrap machine operations.
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Loading dock control system

The Dok-Commander Control System integrates the controls of multiple loading dock devices into a centralized, easy-to-operate control system.
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Vehicle restraint

The Dok-Lok SHR-5000 Vehicle Restraint uses a patented “shadow hook” design to secure traditional trailers as well as intermodal container chassis and trailers with rear-impact guard obstructions.
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Trends in ... fall protection

A streamlined approach

Talk to people within the fall protection industry, and you will encounter a common mantra: fall-related worker deaths are preventable. And yet, according to preliminary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, falls to a lower level resulted in 574 work-related fatalities in 2013. If these deaths were preventable, where is the disconnect?


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Dock-sealing system

When loading and unloading at docks, large gaps can present safety hazards. The Eclipse shelter dock-sealing system blocks light and seals gaps where previous enclosures have failed, guaranteeing the darkest, most environmentally secure dock possible.
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